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  Oklahoma City, Oklahoma - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Oklahoma City is the 29th-largest city in the nation, according to a 2003 report from the U.S. Census Bureau.
Oklahoma City was the site of the Oklahoma City Bombing in 1995, the largest act of terrorism on American soil prior to the September 11th attacks and the most destructive act of domestic terrorism in American history.
The Oklahoma City Public School district is the largest in the state and is one of the few urban districts in the nation with a growing enrollment, due largely to the so-called MAPS for KIDs city-wide improvement plan.
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 Oklahoma   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Oklahoma was the last remnant of the Indian Territory.
Oklahoma City is the principle economy of the state, centred on the Finance, Retail, Governance, Entertainment, and Tourism sectors.
As of the 2000 census, the population of Oklahoma is 3,450,654.
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 Oklahoma City - Information, Maps, Facts, What to do, Links, and much more.
Oklahoma City (sometimes abbreviated as OKC) is the capital and principal city of the state of Oklahoma in the United States of America.
Oklahoma City is one of the largest cities in the country in terms of geographic area, although its urbanized zone is only 244 miĀ² - resulting in an urban population density more comparable to that found in other major cities with unlimited growth available far into the future.
The Oklahoma City Public School district is the largest in the state and is one of the few urban districts in the nation with a growing enrollment, due largely because of the so-called MAPS for KIDs city-wide improvement plan.
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 Bricktown - Oklahoma City   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Bricktown is an integral part of the Metropolitan Area Projects.
Bricktown remained Oklahoma City's industrial hub until the 1950s, when the west side of the city began to develop sprawling industrial parks.
In 1993, the residents of Oklahoma City passed the Metropolitan Area Projects plan, which has raised over $300 million for downtown redevelopment, which includes the ballpark in Bricktown, a new arena by the Cox Business Services Convention Center, the Bricktown canal and a host of other major projects.
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 Oklahoma   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Oklahoma ranks 27th in population, 3.5 million, and 26th in percent population growth from 1990 to 2000...
Oklahoma's two U.S. senators are James M. Inhofe (Republican) and Tom Coburn (Republican).
The U.S. Representatives are John Sullivan (Republican) of District 1, Dan Boren (Democrat) of District 2, Frank D. Lucas (Republican) of District 3, Tom Cole (Republican) of District 4, and Ernest Istook (Republican) of District 5.
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 Entertainment's OK in Oklahoma City's Bricktown District
Bricktown is the name given to the city’s warehouse district for its predominance of brick buildings.
Bricktown’s revitalization is the result of a "massive infusion of public funds over the past 10 years," Jones said, transforming the area from a vast array of abandoned buildings to a thriving office and entertainment district by beefing up police patrols, improving streets and lighting and funding new public buildings.
Bricktown is one of nine projects in a massive downtown revitalization project being conducted by the OCURA (405-235-3771).
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 Oklahoma City   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Oklahoma's capital city has a tradition of welcoming strangers that dates back to its pre-statehood 1889 Land Run, when settlers staked homestead claims in exchange for developing the territory.
A 17-acre garden spot in the heart of downtown Oklahoma City, the Gardens revolve around the impressive cylindrical conservatory---complemented by rotating displays of flowering tropicals and a 35-foot waterfall.
Anchoring this stretch of water are the 12,000-seat Southwestern Bell Bricktown Ballpark--home to Oklahoma City's AAA baseball team, --and the restored Santa Fe Depot, an Art Deco beauty that recently opened daily Amtrak rail service between Oklahoma City and Fort Worth.
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 Oklahoma City   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Those unfamiliar with Oklahoma City’s resurgence might assume that the effort to refurbish and rebuild came in the aftermath of the April 19, 1995, bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building.
Oklahoma City’s Capitol is magnificent, but it has lacked one architectural element since it was completed in 1917 — a dome.
The city of 482,660 is 157 miles from Wichita, Kan.; 208 miles from Dallas/Fort Worth; 340 miles from Little Rock, Ark., and Kansas City, Mo.; 400 miles from Shreveport, La.; 470 miles from Memphis, Tenn., and Omaha, Neb.; and 543 miles from Albuquerque, N.M. Transportation: Interstates 35, 40 and 44 converge in Oklahoma City.
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 Corporate Housing Oklahoma City - SuiteOptions
Oklahoma's largest city and state capital is an easygoing patchwork of cosmopolitan and country.
Growing tremendously over the past several years, the population of Oklahoma City is estimated at over one million with a median age of 33.8.
Oklahoma City was also recognized as the 46th best city to live in (out of 351) by Places Rated Almanac.
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 Oklahoma City KEY - Restaurants
It is truly a destination spot for visitors to the city and state.
Oklahoma's premier wine bar features a Wine Spectator award-winning wine list and offers an eclectic bistro menu in a casual and relaxed setting.
Bricktown’s original seafood restaurant, featuring a variety of crab appetizers, crab dinners and seafood, steaks, chicken and pasta.
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 KOTV - The News on 6 - Committee Cautious But Open-minded About Bringing Casino To Oklahoma City’s Bricktown
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- A building design committee says it's cautious but open-minded about a proposal to build a tribal casino in Oklahoma City's downtown entertainment district.
Tribal officials haven't purchased any land in Bricktown and they say a casino is probably years down the road.
The Bricktown Urban Design Committee normally must sign off on a project before building permits are granted.
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 BRICKTOWN REAL ESTATE, Bricktown Properties for sale, Oklahoma City Bricktown
However, on the same weekend Bricktown Keys was named best blues club in a newspaper survey, its doors were locked and a "For Lease" sign hung in the window.
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 Bricktown Canal   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
Oklahoma City also has The largest Hispanic Population in the State with the majority on the Southside of the City And West Oklahoma City.
the largest mall in the state, is located in South Oklahoma City, at the I-240 and I-35 junction.
Oklahoma City is home to many colleges and universities, including
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 Film-Tech Forums: Harkins Bricktown 16 in Oklahoma City
An early press release about the Bricktown 16 claimed the theater would have the largest screen and seating capacity of any theatrical cinema screening room in the state.
City Engineer Paul Brum said a pedestrian bridge immediately south of the Sonic Corp. headquarters and new sidewalks through the area should be open within the next few weeks.
Both are old theaters, but the Sikes was remodeled in 1997 from a small six-plex to a 10 plex with even smaller screens (all but two of which have this suck-ass fixed 1.85:1 type screen that crops the sides of 'scope shows).
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 City of Oklahoma City | Bricktown Vending Permits
July 5, 2005 is the deadline for applications to be submitted to the City Clerk’s Office.
Street entertainers and vendors interested in operating an outdoor cart vending business or performing on public property along the west end of the Bricktown Canal must possess all the applicable Federal, State and City licenses and permits in order to apply for a Bricktown Canal vending permit.
The Bricktown Canal Vending Permit does not apply to, or include, private property adjacent to the Bricktown Canal.
www.okc.gov /parks/bricktown   (330 words)

 Oklahoma City hotels: The Sheraton Oklahoma City - the heart of downtown - Formerly the Westin Oklahoma City Hotel
When you stay at The Sheraton Oklahoma City Hotel, formerly The Westin Oklahoma City Hotel, you not only will have the best night's sleep in our Sheraton Sweet Sleeper Beds, but are also within walking distance to most of the city's major attractions!
Attentive service is the hallmark of The Sheraton Oklahoma City Hotel, where newly enhanced guest rooms and suites feature modern conveniences, Sheraton's Sweet Sleeper Bed, and many of the comforts of home.
The hotel is located in the heart of Oklahoma City's business and entertainment districts.
SheratonOklahomaCityDowntown.com   (205 words)

 Oklahoma City Hotels & Accommodations – Crowne Plaza
Discover the view from the high-rise Crowne Plaza Oklahoma City, nestled in the upscale northwest corridor of the Sooner State capital.
Our comfortable accommodations are located in the heart of the city’s corporate and medical centers.
This hotel is independently owned by Driftwood Hospitality Management Oklahoma City Hotel GP, LLC and operated by Driftwood Hospitality Management Oklahoma City Hotel, LP.
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 SUPER 8 MOTEL - OKC/BRICKTOWN/I-35 Oklahoma City hotel reservations.
Overview : Super 8 Bricktown is located 2.5 miles south of downtown Oklahoma City.
With nearly 2200 of the world's most exotic animals exhibited throughout 110 acres, the Oklahoma City Zoo is one of the top zoos in the nation.
A 220,000 square foot facility that has assumed a presence as a living memorial to the indomitable spirit of the West.
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 Oklahoma RedHawks - Oklahoma RedHawks
John Hudgins starts for the Oklahoma RedHawks, who finish July with a day game at the Las Vegas 51s.
RedHawks lefty Derek Lee tossed seven innings of one-run ball Saturday night, leading Oklahoma to a 6-1 win over the Las Vegas 51s in the series opener at Cashman Field.
The RedHawks have won two straight and are 2-3 on the current trip.
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 Travel America: Oklahoma City
What Stockyards City is to cattle, State Fair Park is to horses.
Anchoring this stretch of water are the 12,000-seat Southwestern Bell Bricktown Ballpark--home to Oklahoma City's AAA baseball team, the RedHawks--and the restored Santa Fe Depot, an Art Deco beauty that recently opened daily Amtrak rail service between Oklahoma City and Fort Worth.
For more information, visit the Oklahoma City Convention & Visitors Bureau website at www.visitokc.com or call (800) 225-5652.
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 Guesthouse International Bricktown Hotel - Oklahoma City - Guesthouse International Bricktown Hotel reviews - ...
I stated in the Bricktown Suites, 6/12-13,2003 on I-35 south.
Explore our site to find travel information and unbiased reviews on Oklahoma City tourism, restaurants, attractions, maps and much more.
Check out our Oklahoma City, Oklahoma weekend itinerary for a weather forecast and hotel and attraction suggestions.
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 City of Oklahoma City | Bricktown   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
This project (officially known as MAPS Project MC-0206) encompasses the area south of Reno below Bricktown.
It includes Bass Pro Outdoor World, the new Sonic corporate headquarters, a new multiplex movie theater — plus restaurants, shops and a hotel — all tied together by the MAPS Canal.
MAPS is funded by a temporary one-cent sales tax approved by city voters in December 1993.
www.okc.gov /projects/bricktown   (160 words)

 Visit Oklahoma City -- Water Taxi on the Bricktown Canal
The dock is located below Mickey Mantle Boulevard, across the street west from the third base entrance of the SBC Bricktown Ballpark.
Passengers may board boats (subject to seat availability) at dock areas in Lower Bricktown by hailing boats as they pass.
Businesses in Lower Bricktown include Harkins (a 16 screen stadium style theater), corporate headquarters for Sonic Drive In restaurants, a Sonic sit-down eatery, Nothing But Noodles, Earl's Rib Palace, Marble Slab Creamery, and coming this spring: Toby Keith's I Love This Bar and Grill.
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 Bricktown in Oklahoma City
Reborn with the help of a 750 million dollar project which includes a beautiful new baseball stadium and a canal with water taxis.
It seems someone named Mickey Mantle was a well known baseball player from the last century with ties to Oklahoma City.
A statue of the aforementioned Mickey Mantle stands in front of Oklahoma City's beautiful minor-league baseball stadium, Bricktown Ballpark, with Grauman's (or Mann's) Chinese Theater-type handprints of other famous players from long ago immortalized in cement.
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 Oklahoma City KEY - Story
The Phillips 66 Big 12 Conference Baseball Tournament is returning to Oklahoma City and the Southwestern Bell Bricktown Ballpark May 16-20.
The tournament will shift to Arlington, Texas for one year beginning in 2002 and will then alternate with Oklahoma City through 2005.
In additional to the tournament, Bricktown will also be host to the second-annual Southwestern Bell Bricktown Festival on May 18-20.
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 Oklahoma City Convention & Visitors Bureau - Tourism and Meetings Information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
And historic Bricktown, our renovated entertainment and dining district with a summer of baseball with the Oklahoma RedHawks.
Visit our press room for news on Oklahoma City events, attractions and more.
All events are subject to approval of the Oklahoma City CVB.
www.okccvb.org   (589 words)

 BRICKTOWN GUEST SUITES - OKLAHOMA CITY , OK Information Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The Bricktown Guest Suites offers its guests opportunities to broaden their horizons and rejuvenate.
The guest suites are equipped with two telephones with free local calls, two color televisions with free cable, complimentary newspaper, whirlpool tubs in each room, interior corridor with electronic locks, microwave ovens and refrigerators.
The Bricktown Guest Suites is a great choice, with great amenities, and convenience to area points of interest.
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 Bricktown Brewery   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-04)
The Bricktown Brewery is the proud recipient of the
Bricktown Brewery opened in October 1992, making history, quality beers and great food.
In keeping with the Brewery's standard of providing our patrons with the exceptional, we have transformed this historical turn-of-the century building, built in 1903, into a great place to find award winning beers, great food and plenty of all ages fun.
www.bricktownbrewery.com   (223 words)

 SBC Bricktown, Oklahoma City, OK - No. 1 - Top Ten (10) Minor League Baseball Parks 2004 - MLN Sports Zone - A Minor ...
A few years into a new ballpark's life, the newness begins to wear off and the fans' enthusiasm for the facility begins to wane.
Not so for the Oklahoma RedHawks, where the glow of SBC Bricktown Ballpark is every bit as bright as when it opened in 1998.
SBC Bricktown Ballpark, Oklahoma City, OK Dr Pepper/Seven Up Ballpark Frisco, TX FirstEnergy Stadium Reading, PA The Dell Diamond Round Rock, TX Rickwood Field Birmingham, AL Isotopes Park Albuquerque, NM The Diamond Lake Elsinore, CA KeySpan Park Brooklyn, NY Ray Winder Field Little Rock, AR Holman Stadium Vero Beach, FL Page
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