Several years ago a Palestinian immigrant, Wes Salous, came to Oklahoma City from Dallas Texas, and purchased an IHOP restaurant He now owns several of those establishments in the Oklahoma City area, including the one located in Bricktown.
Immigrant-owned businesses find success in Oklahoma
Sicily Splitt is 2010 Bishop McGuinness Junior Homecoming Queen
The 2010 Junior Homecoming for Bishop McGuinness Catholic High School was a smashing success on the basketball court, as both the boys and girls teams won important games against Turnpike rival Bishop Kelley of Tulsa.
Oklahoma Heritage Association celebrates successes
Last Thursday’s reception for members and guests of the Oklahoma Heritage Association provided an opportunity to look back on a successful 2009 and bring new vigor to continued efforts to tell “Oklahoma’s story through its people,” the association’s motto.
Asian festival good luck for onlookers at the Norick library
Breast-bone vibrating drum beats filled atrium of the Ronald J. Norick Downtown Library last Saturday as the Arashi Japanese Taiko Drummers from the University of Oklahoma performed in the fourth floor auditorium.
Downtown Rotary, allies raise funds for Haiti
In rapid response to the devastating earthquake in Port-au-Prince, the capital of Haiti, Rotarians in Oklahoma City responded with generous hearts and practical gifts.