Soak up the Sun

Hey homies!!!

Its finally time to get outside and get your sunshine on!

There are some rad options to get you outside this weekend check them out…

Your Friday night

Live on the Plaza (Check out our review here)

The Plaza District is getting taken over by toons tonight! There will be a giant projector for fans young and old to watch their favorite cartoons. Guests will also be able to watch the pros at work as Tree & Leaf’s Drink N Draw members will be giving cartoon drawing instruction while offering a great group environment for creating new characters and super hero!

They will have live music in their backyard from Bored Wax. The Parish will be showcasing works from Kristen Brown, as well as providing beer samples with Roughtail Brewery.


Norman’s 2nd Friday!


ACM@UCO Presents Rocks Bricktown

The Bricktown Entertainment District in downtown Oklahoma City comes alive with a pulse and beat during ACM@UCO Rocks Bricktown. Featuring over 70 local musicians performing at 13 stages, this evening packed full of music is sure to be a blast. All of the venues are within walking distance of each other with a combination of indoor and outdoor stages so you can easily move from one performance to the next. With every kind of music represented at this festival, there’s something for everyone. The headliner in 2014 is DJ and music superstar Moby.



After your night out.. Saturday wake up and lend a helping homie hand and get our state clean!

OKC Beautiful LitterBlitz

Saturday, 8:30am-2pm, Overholser Pavilion – NW 14th and Overholser Drive

If you want more info- which we know you do- check out there page at
 Then head out to Norman for the 89er’s Day parade!! at 10am
Parade route: Begins at Norman High School (Main & Pickard), travels east down Main Street to Crawford Ave.

We hope you all get out and have a solid weekend! We are going to be out and about gathering reviews and info for our lovely okla-homies ;)
Oh and No we didn’t forget the friday dance…

Homie up this weekend….

Howdy Homies…need something to do this weekend?


38th Annual Medieval Fair

All weekend, 10am-7pm, Reaves Park – 2501 Jenkins Ave., Norman

It’s time for the Medieval Fair.

Entertainment for the whole family includes minstrels, dancing, theater and reenactments, jugglers, knights jousting on horseback and human chess games. Brightly costumed characters include King Arthur, mermaids, and the fair’s royal court.

 Browse through the medieval village of over 200 art and craft booths offering unique and handcrafted wares. Offerings include pottery, wood crafts, stained glass, armor, costumes, fairy wings, jewelry, leather crafts, hair garlands, and much more. Watch master crafters demonstrating their skills.

There will be plenty of food, art and crafts to look at and think about buying, but probably won’t.



Paseo First Friday:The smART Show

Friday, 6-10pm, The Paseo Arts District, Free

The event is part of Paseo’s First Friday Gallery Walk. The smART Show (small+art=smART, I think) gives the locals the chance to spread their art all over the place. All works will be priced between $25 and $199. This means us other locals will be able to buy tasteful décor at a great price. Right on!!


Feel like cycling, running or walking  with other homies….









Made in Oklahoma Festival   – Saturday, April 05, 2014

9am-4pm, free admission

The Made in Oklahoma Festival in Seminole invites fellow okla-homies to browse food, wine, crafts and a number of other products that are Oklahoma grown and Oklahoma made.  Main Street in downtown Seminole will be filled with live entertainment, a poker run, quilt show and a wide assortment of food vendors. Local crafters will display and sell their homemade wares. Children can enjoy jumping in the inflatables and parents can stop by the popular wine-tasting tent to sample locally-produced wines. Celebrate the products of this great state by attending the Made in Oklahoma Festival. You never know what rad local goods you may find!


Get medieval…get artsy….get moving and get local this weekend homies!

Backdoor BBQ and Koozies?


Happy Thursday Okies and friends of okies:)

We hope everyone is having a great week so far. We are so excited that it is starting to warm up again.

A few weeks ago we visited our friends at Backdoor BBQ in Uptown. While we had to make it a fast trip we did get a few snaps of the place before we left. We plan on making it back there soon… it was delish yo!

their homemade sauces are so rad!

we both tried the Ruben bbq sandwich and the potato salad. we give it a 10!

and then this happened… the famous.. pie in a jar


no worries.. we didn’t leave any behind

If you are in the area check them out.. the staff was chill and helpful. If you aren’t in the area… get there ;)


Then you can always stop by next door at Grandad’s Bar … try to find  the koozie we left there with our name!!! :)

(here is a hint.. its not on this one.. its a green koozie!!!!)