Hideaway Pizza today announced the winners of a contest to name a new specialty pizza made in collaboration with local Chef Donnie Ferneau marking the pizzeria’s first year in North Little Rock, Arkansas. The Tulsa-based pizza company also confirmed plans to open its second Arkansas pizzeria, located at 1170 S. Amity Rd. in Conway, Ark., at 11 a.m. on Monday, Nov. 13.
We’re happy to be sponsoring this year’s Tom Skinner Skyline Music Fest, the second annual festival to benefit the Red Dirt Relief Fund. The Red Dirt Relief Fund is a non-profit organization that provides a safety net of critical assistance to Oklahoma musicians facing financial difficulty due to emergencies or crises. Since it began in 2012, the fund has given over $65,000 to musicians across Oklahoma.
Tulsa's Paul Benjaman Band will headline the final show of the 2017 Summer Sunday Concert Series in downtown Bartlesville from 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. on Sunday, August 13 at Hideaway Pizza, 100 SW Frank Phillips Blvd. The all-ages concert is free to the public, featuring hot pizza, cold drinks, giveaways, a fun kids zone for the little ones, and great live music!
According to The New York Times, Americans alone spend over 37 billion hours a year waiting in line. It seems like by now someone would have come up with a way to cut down on all the time wasted waiting in line, right? Well, someone has. Say hello to the NoWait App. It's designed to put an end to your waiting in line woes.
Oklahoma City's Historic Automobile Alley District will be a hub of Volkswagen love with a show-and-shine car show and free, open air concert from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, May 6 at N.W. 8th Street between Broadway and Robinson Avenues.
V-Dubs on Automobile Alley is a free, family-friendly block party hosted by the VW Club of Oklahoma City featuring more than 80 new and classic Volkswagens, live music and a pop-up park.