Griffin Communications Donates Tapes To OK Historical Society
The donation includes more than 30,000 tapes of Oklahoma history from the past 50 years.
The Graffiti Bridge from NW 59th Western in Oklahoma City - you always looked up to read what was currently on it as you drove as it always changed. Early days of social networking. For years people painted on this bridge without getting into trouble. This was a billboard to tell the world who you loved, which High School football team was the best, or even to advertise your business. But it was torn down in the mid 1990's.
Nine of the Most Beautiful Buildings We Ever Razed - OKC Edition
The folks over at Gizmodo are out with a list of buildings that many will look at and wonder “what were they thinking?” in tearing them down.