Downtowner's Last Week on Twitter

Ride OKC is now open seven days per week.


Chad and Chelsea, from As Told by OKC, canvas for their favorite candidate.


The Oklahoma Craft Beer Summit was Friday at the Tower Theater.


Chris & Heather visit the Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum.


The OKC Dodgers packed the park with pink, a promotional night that benefits Susan G. Komen Foundation.


Gatewood Elementary raised money at Live on the Plaza!


Former Oklahoma Governor, David Walters threw a little partisan shade.


Engaged citizens dropped some messages on the sidewalk outside of Senator James Lankford's field office on North Broadway in downtown.  


OK Exclusive Softball team honored their coach with a trip to Fuzzy's Tacos. 


i2E announced a free Entrepreneurial Summit on September 28th. 


Maples Nix Law firm made sure that every student at F.D. Moon Academy started school with a backpack. 


Cajun Corner restaurant announced for 23rd and Hudson in Uptown. 


Capitol renovation uncovered a newspaper from 1917.


Oklahoma City is the best-run large city in the nation, again.  


Super-talented young OKC artist, Kyla Sellon is looking for a break.


College football season starts in two weeks and it isn't too early for some Red River Rivalry trash-talk. 


The Tower Theater turned 80. 


The carousel from Plaza Mayor at the Crossroads relocated to the Myriad Gardens. 


@CaddieTravels is staying at all eight 21c Hotels in the country, including OKC's near the intersection of Main and Classen on the west side of downtown.


COOP Ale Works released their Oktoberfest beer, and threw a party at Schlegal Bikes in Automobile Alley. 


Speaking of beer parties, there was another at the Brewers Union taproom. 


Rob and Ann of @travelLatte visited downtown OKC. What great photos from the Oklahoma City Museum of Art, at Walker and Colcord, in the Arts District. 


Next weekend is the 60th anniversary of OKC's 1958 sit-ins.