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HER 2021 INDUSTRY LEADER - ASHLEY BASNIGHT⁠⁠✨⁠⁠One of the most empowering parts of Basnight’s do-it-yourself home buildi...
10/25/2021

HER 2021 INDUSTRY LEADER - ASHLEY BASNIGHT⁠⁠
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One of the most empowering parts of Basnight’s do-it-yourself home building projects? Not a man in sight. Not even another person usually. She busts out her own power tools in front of a custom-designed art mural in her OKC garage and gets to work. Basnight builds furniture, designs homes, installs floating decks, customizes closets, lays brick and more—all while looking adorably fashionable. She has an undeniable star quality, yet still manages to be kind and approachable with an easy laugh. ⁠⁠Read more about this incredible woman at the link below!

https://www.405magazine.com/her-ashley-basnight/

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Written by: Editor in Chief, Julie Sallee Partin
Photography: Shevaun Williams & Associates, Commercial Photography, Inc.
Apparel Stylist: Samia Moses Harroz
Hair & Makeup: MarloHaus Makeup and Hair Artists of Oklahoma
Location: Omni Oklahoma City Hotel
HER Winner: Ashley Basnight

HER 2021 INDUSTRY LEADER - ASHLEY BASNIGHT⁠⁠
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One of the most empowering parts of Basnight’s do-it-yourself home building projects? Not a man in sight. Not even another person usually. She busts out her own power tools in front of a custom-designed art mural in her OKC garage and gets to work. Basnight builds furniture, designs homes, installs floating decks, customizes closets, lays brick and more—all while looking adorably fashionable. She has an undeniable star quality, yet still manages to be kind and approachable with an easy laugh. ⁠⁠Read more about this incredible woman at the link below!

https://www.405magazine.com/her-ashley-basnight/

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Written by: Editor in Chief, Julie Sallee Partin
Photography: Shevaun Williams & Associates, Commercial Photography, Inc.
Apparel Stylist: Samia Moses Harroz
Hair & Makeup: MarloHaus Makeup and Hair Artists of Oklahoma
Location: Omni Oklahoma City Hotel
HER Winner: Ashley Basnight

Raise your hand if you're craving falafel!🖐️😍⁠⁠⁠⁠Falafel arrived in Oklahoma with Lebanese immigrants before statehood, ...
10/23/2021

Raise your hand if you're craving falafel!🖐️😍⁠⁠
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Falafel arrived in Oklahoma with Lebanese immigrants before statehood, and because Lebanese food is truly Oklahoma food, falafel is a favorite and staple all over the state. We've come up with a list of some of our favorite falafels in the metro! Head to the link below to read all about it!📲🔗⁠⁠

https://www.405magazine.com/falafel-favorites-in-the-oklahoma-city-metro/
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Written by: Greg Horton
Photos by: Lexi Hoebing Photography

Cabernet Sauvignon is king in Oklahoma, and it’s not likely to change anytime soon.🍷✨⁠⁠✨⁠⁠Our palates shift toward heavi...
10/22/2021
California Red Wines You Need in Your Life - 405 Magazine

Cabernet Sauvignon is king in Oklahoma, and it’s not likely to change anytime soon.🍷✨⁠⁠
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Our palates shift toward heavier reds when the weather gets cooler, and Cabernet is one of the obvious choices: blackberry, plum, cassis, to***co, black pepper, and spices just work in the fall and winter. Rather than trot out a bunch of famous brands Cab drinkers know well, we decided to dig a little deeper to find a few lesser-known wines.⁠⁠
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Head to the link below to learn more about lesser-known California Cabernets that you need this fall! 📲⁠

https://www.405magazine.com/red-wines-you-need-to-try/

Written by: Greg Horton
Photos by: Lexi Hoebing Photography

Cabernet Sauvignon is king in Oklahoma, and it’s not likely to change anytime soon. Check out a list of some of our favorites!

HER 2021 COMMUNITY VISIONARY - DEBORAH MCAULIFFE SENNER✨⁠“I worked around the clock, seven days a week, managing both ef...
10/21/2021

HER 2021 COMMUNITY VISIONARY - DEBORAH MCAULIFFE SENNER
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“I worked around the clock, seven days a week, managing both efforts for months on end,” Senner said. Last year’s fundraising campaign represents a small portion of the $56 million Senner has helped garner for the arts throughout the past 20 years. For Senner, the arts aren’t optional; the community needs the arts just as much as the arts need the community. “We need a strong arts community to attract businesses, retain talent, and boost quality of life,” she said. Along with Allied Arts’ partners, Senner builds programming, raises continued support, and advocates to make the arts available to all. ⁠Head to the link below to read more.📲✨

https://www.405magazine.com/her-deborah-mcauliffe-senner/

Written by: Associate Editor Evie Klopp Holzer
Photography: Shevaun Williams & Associates, Commercial Photography, Inc.
Apparel Stylist: Samia Moses Harroz
Hair & Makeup: MarloHaus Makeup and Hair Artists of Oklahoma
Location: Omni Oklahoma City Hotel
HER Winner: Deborah McAuliffe Senner ✨

HER 2021 COMMUNITY VISIONARY - DEBORAH MCAULIFFE SENNER
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“I worked around the clock, seven days a week, managing both efforts for months on end,” Senner said. Last year’s fundraising campaign represents a small portion of the $56 million Senner has helped garner for the arts throughout the past 20 years. For Senner, the arts aren’t optional; the community needs the arts just as much as the arts need the community. “We need a strong arts community to attract businesses, retain talent, and boost quality of life,” she said. Along with Allied Arts’ partners, Senner builds programming, raises continued support, and advocates to make the arts available to all. ⁠Head to the link below to read more.📲✨

https://www.405magazine.com/her-deborah-mcauliffe-senner/

Written by: Associate Editor Evie Klopp Holzer
Photography: Shevaun Williams & Associates, Commercial Photography, Inc.
Apparel Stylist: Samia Moses Harroz
Hair & Makeup: MarloHaus Makeup and Hair Artists of Oklahoma
Location: Omni Oklahoma City Hotel
HER Winner: Deborah McAuliffe Senner ✨

Like the Ridleys, you may find the most hospitable cocktail lounge is your own!🥂 ✨The room is bounded by beautiful raise...
10/19/2021

Like the Ridleys, you may find the most hospitable cocktail lounge is your own!🥂

The room is bounded by beautiful raised paneling, but it’s saved from being too dark by well-placed splashes of brilliant colors: a beautiful spindle back chair to anchor the Miró, cerulean tufted leather wingback chairs in an eclectic grouping that also features an antique table with turned spindle legs and the open bar itself that cleverly leaves the colorful bottle labels exposed. Read more about this incredible home bar and the Ridleys' exquisite art collection at the link below! ✨⤵

https://www.405magazine.com/local-couple-designs-a-hospitable-home-bar/

Written by: Greg Horton
Photos by: Carli Economy

HER 2021 MEDICAL HERO - DR. JORDAN MORTON✨⁠⁠When Dr. Morton discusses her patients, their genuine bond is evident. In so...
10/18/2021

HER 2021 MEDICAL HERO - DR. JORDAN MORTON
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When Dr. Morton discusses her patients, their genuine bond is evident. In some situations it is as if she is talking about a close friend. She remembers details about their lives, hobbies, likes, and dislikes—she is fully invested in their care, and it shows. ”I’m inspired by the resilience and grit of my patients going through daunting treatments. I’m honored to have the opportunity to build relationships with them. They inspire me to want to be a better physician,” she said. Read more at the link below!

https://www.405magazine.com/her-dr-jordan-morton/ ⁠⁠
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Written by: Editor in Chief, Julie Sallee Partin
Photography: Shevaun Williams & Associates, Commercial Photography, Inc.
Apparel Stylist: Samia Moses Harroz
Hair & Makeup: MarloHaus Makeup and Hair Artists of Oklahoma Location: Omni Oklahoma City Hotel
HER Finalist: Jordan Morton

HER 2021 MEDICAL HERO - DR. JORDAN MORTON
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When Dr. Morton discusses her patients, their genuine bond is evident. In some situations it is as if she is talking about a close friend. She remembers details about their lives, hobbies, likes, and dislikes—she is fully invested in their care, and it shows. ”I’m inspired by the resilience and grit of my patients going through daunting treatments. I’m honored to have the opportunity to build relationships with them. They inspire me to want to be a better physician,” she said. Read more at the link below!

https://www.405magazine.com/her-dr-jordan-morton/ ⁠⁠
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Written by: Editor in Chief, Julie Sallee Partin
Photography: Shevaun Williams & Associates, Commercial Photography, Inc.
Apparel Stylist: Samia Moses Harroz
Hair & Makeup: MarloHaus Makeup and Hair Artists of Oklahoma Location: Omni Oklahoma City Hotel
HER Finalist: Jordan Morton

Yesterday, the nation united to celebrate and honor the unique histories and cultures of Native American peoples for Ind...
10/12/2021

Yesterday, the nation united to celebrate and honor the unique histories and cultures of Native American peoples for Indigenous Peoples' Day. ✨⁠⁠
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A great way to learn more about these cultures is to visit the newly opened First Americans Museum. According to their September press release, "The FAM celebrates American history through the collective stories of 39 distinct tribal nations in Oklahoma today. The museum promotes awareness and educates the broader public about the unique cultures, diversity, history, contributions, and resilience of the First American nations."⁠⁠
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Get tickets at the link below.📲🔗

https://famok.org/visit/

Throughout the month of October, we will be spotlighting the seven incredible HER 2021 Honorees. Next up: our HER 2021 R...
10/11/2021

Throughout the month of October, we will be spotlighting the seven incredible HER 2021 Honorees. Next up: our HER 2021 Rising Star, Ashleigh Robinson.
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As an advocate for the special needs community, Robinson said she hopes to expand her mission to encourage students to create relationships with their peers who have developmental disabilities, and to create new employment opportunities for individuals with these conditions. “Everyone deserves an equitable life in every way. How and who you choose to include has a lasting impact,” she said. Head to the link below to read more! 📲⁠⁠

https://www.405magazine.com/her-ashleigh-robinson/
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Written by: Editor in Chief Julie Sallee Partin
Photography: Shevaun Williams & Associates, Commercial Photography, Inc.
Apparel Stylist: Samia Moses Harroz
Hair & Makeup: MarloHaus Makeup and Hair Artists of Oklahoma
Location: The Omni Hotel Omni Oklahoma City Hotel

Throughout the month of October, we will be spotlighting the seven incredible HER 2021 Honorees. Next up: our HER 2021 Rising Star, Ashleigh Robinson.
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As an advocate for the special needs community, Robinson said she hopes to expand her mission to encourage students to create relationships with their peers who have developmental disabilities, and to create new employment opportunities for individuals with these conditions. “Everyone deserves an equitable life in every way. How and who you choose to include has a lasting impact,” she said. Head to the link below to read more! 📲⁠⁠

https://www.405magazine.com/her-ashleigh-robinson/
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Written by: Editor in Chief Julie Sallee Partin
Photography: Shevaun Williams & Associates, Commercial Photography, Inc.
Apparel Stylist: Samia Moses Harroz
Hair & Makeup: MarloHaus Makeup and Hair Artists of Oklahoma
Location: The Omni Hotel Omni Oklahoma City Hotel

Throughout the month of October, we will be spotlighting the seven incredible HER 2021 Honorees. First up: our HER 2021 ...
10/07/2021

Throughout the month of October, we will be spotlighting the seven incredible HER 2021 Honorees. First up: our HER 2021 Woman of The Year, Rachel Cannon.
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When actress Rachel Cannon moved back to Oklahoma after two successful decades in Los Angeles, she didn’t know where to focus her energy. When you’ve been working on mega-hits like “Fresh Off the Boat,” “Mad Men,” “The Big Bang Theory,” and “Two and a Half Men” … what’s a girl to do? ⁠⁠
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“[I thought] Oklahoma could be the next production hub if we had sound stages,” said Cannon. “With no sound stages, you’ll never get television. And without television you won’t get the bigger movies, because there’s no ecosystem to support the industry.” Tap the link below to learn more about Rachel's incredible impact on Oklahoma City.📲⁠⁠

https://www.405magazine.com/her-rachel-cannon/
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Written by: Associate Editor Evie Klopp Holzer
Photography: Shevaun Williams & Associates, Commercial Photography, Inc.
Apparel Stylist: Samia Moses Harroz
Hair & Makeup: MarloHaus Makeup and Hair Artists of Oklahoma
Location: Omni Oklahoma City Hotel

Throughout the month of October, we will be spotlighting the seven incredible HER 2021 Honorees. First up: our HER 2021 Woman of The Year, Rachel Cannon.
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When actress Rachel Cannon moved back to Oklahoma after two successful decades in Los Angeles, she didn’t know where to focus her energy. When you’ve been working on mega-hits like “Fresh Off the Boat,” “Mad Men,” “The Big Bang Theory,” and “Two and a Half Men” … what’s a girl to do? ⁠⁠
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“[I thought] Oklahoma could be the next production hub if we had sound stages,” said Cannon. “With no sound stages, you’ll never get television. And without television you won’t get the bigger movies, because there’s no ecosystem to support the industry.” Tap the link below to learn more about Rachel's incredible impact on Oklahoma City.📲⁠⁠

https://www.405magazine.com/her-rachel-cannon/
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Written by: Associate Editor Evie Klopp Holzer
Photography: Shevaun Williams & Associates, Commercial Photography, Inc.
Apparel Stylist: Samia Moses Harroz
Hair & Makeup: MarloHaus Makeup and Hair Artists of Oklahoma
Location: Omni Oklahoma City Hotel

When it comes to women's pelvic health, you have to be your own biggest advocate.⁠⁠⁠⁠✨⁠⁠Lavinia Creswa, PTA, LMT has com...
10/05/2021

When it comes to women's pelvic health, you have to be your own biggest advocate.⁠⁠
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Lavinia Creswa, PTA, LMT has come up with a list of answers to some of the most frequently asked women's health questions. As a women's health physical therapist, Creswa receives countless DMs from people who want her opinion on "taboo" topics.⁠Head on over to the below to learn the answers to common women's health questions!📲⁠⁠

https://www.405magazine.com/expert-answers-to-common-womens-health-questions/
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Written by: Lavinia Creswa, PTA, LMT
Illustrations by: Trisha Thompson Adams

Want this to be your Friday night? Complete our 5 minute 405 Reader Survey at the link below for a chance to win a $50 g...
10/01/2021

Want this to be your Friday night? Complete our 5 minute 405 Reader Survey at the link below for a chance to win a $50 gift card to Black Walnut! 😍

https://www.405magazine.com/survey/

Photos by Scotty O'Daniel

We are beyond thrilled to release our October issue and introduce you to our HER 2021 Honorees: Rachel Cannon, Ashleigh ...
10/01/2021

We are beyond thrilled to release our October issue and introduce you to our HER 2021 Honorees: Rachel Cannon, Ashleigh Robinson, Elizabeth Larios , Dr. Jordan Morton, Deborah McAuliffe Senner, Ashley Basnight, and Delisa Jones of Second Chances Thrift Store.
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HER stands for Honoring, Empowering, and Raising up women. As we pored over the vast number of submissions of amazing women, we were deeply moved. With everything going on in the world right now, it brings us great hope to see the beautiful side of humanity at work in our city. ⁠⁠
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The seven women chosen this year as HER Award Recipients will blow you away. They are changing the game, improving the lives of others and creating a promising future for Oklahoma City.⁠⁠
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The magic within this year’s feature would not have been possible without our incredible production team.⁠⁠
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Written by:
Editor in Chief, Julie Sallee Partin &
Managing Editor, Evie Klopp Holzer
Photography: Shevaun Williams & Associates, Commercial Photography, Inc.
Apparel Stylist: Samia Moses Harroz
Makeup & Hair: MarloHaus Makeup and Hair Artists of Oklahoma
Location: Omni Oklahoma City Hotel

https://www.405magazine.com/her-2021/

We are beyond thrilled to release our October issue and introduce you to our HER 2021 Honorees: Rachel Cannon, Ashleigh Robinson, Elizabeth Larios , Dr. Jordan Morton, Deborah McAuliffe Senner, Ashley Basnight, and Delisa Jones of Second Chances Thrift Store.
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HER stands for Honoring, Empowering, and Raising up women. As we pored over the vast number of submissions of amazing women, we were deeply moved. With everything going on in the world right now, it brings us great hope to see the beautiful side of humanity at work in our city. ⁠⁠
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The seven women chosen this year as HER Award Recipients will blow you away. They are changing the game, improving the lives of others and creating a promising future for Oklahoma City.⁠⁠
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The magic within this year’s feature would not have been possible without our incredible production team.⁠⁠
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Written by:
Editor in Chief, Julie Sallee Partin &
Managing Editor, Evie Klopp Holzer
Photography: Shevaun Williams & Associates, Commercial Photography, Inc.
Apparel Stylist: Samia Moses Harroz
Makeup & Hair: MarloHaus Makeup and Hair Artists of Oklahoma
Location: Omni Oklahoma City Hotel

https://www.405magazine.com/her-2021/

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Always a must read at our house...thanks 405 Magazine!
Here is a picture of the old Central Oklahoma Transportation and Parking Authority's MASSTRANS maintenance building which was at 300 E California Ave. The Oklahoma City Dodgers ballpark now sits in the same place the old Central Oklahoma Transportation and Parking Authority's MASSTRANS headquarters and maintenance shop was located at.