OKC Second Time Around chronicles a 50-year period in which hundreds of buildings were demolished in downtown OKC, the demise of Urban Renewal, early development of Bricktown, and downtown's recent resurgence.
Saturday, June 26, 2010
So What's New?
It's been a while. We're excited over an upcoming announcement that we believe will revolutionize how Oklahoma City history is presented, shared and enjoyed by the entire community. Coming July 15th ... something so new, it's Retro...
We started this site as a way to promote our first publication, "OKC Second Time Around." In just one year, the title saw the first printing of 2,000 copies sell out, with a second printing of 1,000 copies to follow. With more publications coming in future months, we're now blogging about OKC history in general, with more in-depth offerings to be found at our sister web site, www.okchistory.com.
“Cooking is an art. Have fun with it,” is my motto. I believe in breaking the traditional rules and letting the creative juices flow. When it comes to food and cooking, that means combining a variety of cuisines to create an unexpected taste.
I am a native of Jamaica, and I spent my early career working at some of the Caribbean’s top resorts.
After traveling the world I joined The Peabody as executive sous chef. I then was invited to help reopen the historic Skirvin Hilton Hotel as its executive chef.
I am now the Vice President of Culinary Operations for Williams Associates Hospitality, LLC.