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The Outlook is a monthly, full color, glossy magazine mailed free of charge to 50,000 homes in Edmond and North Oklahoma City. Since 2005, we've published more than 1,200 stories about local people, places and events—stories of heroism, compassion, generosity and just plain quirkiness. 

Monthly departments include Arts, Sports, Food, Business and our beloved columnist Louise Tucker Jones. The magazine is designed and managed entirely in-house at Back40 Design.

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Arts - Brought to life in each month’s featured Arts story, see Edmond’s fresh, funky and refined tastes breed an eclectic culture of local talent.

Sports - Action-packed accounts of persistence, discipline and victory chronicle the athletic prowess and team spirit of noted individuals and local sports organizations.

Louise - Louise Tucker Jones, inspirational speaker, award-winning author and co-author of four books, captivates readers with slice-of-life tales of wit and wisdom.

Food- From Bricktown to Downtown Edmond and beyond, metro eateries attract scores of Edmond diners with their messages in the popular Food section 

Business - In this complimentary section each month, Edmond Outlook is proud to showcase two to three businesses professionally written and photographed stories.

Before & After - Everyone loves a great success story, be it a remarkable home renovation, brilliant business feat or personal achievement, as chronicled in this high-profile, full page advertorial.

My Outlook - Meet the colorful personalities in a riveting Q & A narrative at the close of each magazine issue – a signature Outlook tribute to the remarkable people who motivate us all to dream and excel beyond conventional limits.


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December 3rd, 2015 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Richard McKown’s focal piece to this exhibition is his “A Last Supper” Painting. This painting, influenced by the Rothko Chapel in Houston and the French film Of Gods and Men, is unique to most with the same subject. Also on display will be a series of paintings inspired by three of Oklahoma City’s mayors who strived to make sure that projects previously started were completed. This series expresses Richard McKown’s appreciation towards the work done in the OKC community.
December 3rd, 2015 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
On Thursday, December 3, beginning at 7 p.m. in the Sanctuary of Crossings Community Church, Crossings is excited to welcome the Shane & Shane/Phil Wickham 2015 Christmas Tour with special guest, Micah Taylor. These artists will perform some of their original songs, but the majority of the evening is devoted to our favorite Christmas carols. It’s the perfect event for the whole family.
December 4th, 2015 8:00 PM - December 12th, 2015 - 8:00 PM
About the Show: In this classic and revered American comedy from the middle of the 20th century, famous writer Sheridan Whiteside, having dined at the middle-class home of the Stanley’s, slips on ice on their doorstep, breaking his hip. A tumultuous six weeks of confinement follow. The Stanley living room is monopolized by the irascible invalid, ex-convicts are invited to meals, and transatlantic calls bring a $784 phone bill. The arrival of strange gifts from his friends further destroys domestic tranquility. It would take a stoical housewife to harbor penguins in her library, an octopus in her cellar, and 10,000 cockroaches in her kitchen. When Maggie, Whiteside’s secretary, falls in love with a local reporter, Whiteside pulls out all the stops to thwart the relationship and keep his secretary by his side. A glamorous actress, a crazed movie comedian, and a mummy case all feature prominently in this story of love triumphing over all. This holiday story is appropriate for all ages. Directed by Hal Kohlman.
December 6th, 2015 2:00 PM - 7:00 PM
A tour through Oklahoma City’s most historic and breathtaking churches is the newest addition to OKC’s highly successful Downtown in December festivities. The Downtown Oklahoma City Historic Church Tour and Holiday Concert is slated for Sunday, December 6, from 2:00-7:00 p.m. The event will include a tour of local historic churches from 2:00-5:30 p.m., and will be followed by a tour of the Good Shepherd Ministries Clinic from 5:00-6:00 p.m. A live performance featuring concert pianist Matt Schinske will take a place at 6 p.m. at First Baptist Church, located at 1201 N Robinson. The self guided tour through iconic landmarks includes the First Presbyterian Church, City Presbyterian Church, St. Joseph Old Cathedral, First Church, St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Frontline Church, First Lutheran Church and First Baptist Church. Each church will be showcasing their church to offer visitors a more intimate and detailed learning experience. A wristband will be required to attend all events costing $25, or $20 each for groups of 10 or more. There will also be a raffle for an Amish Quilt with tickets going for $5 each or $20 for 5. Proceeds from the event go to fund operations and services at Good Shepherd Ministries. Sponsorships are available for companies and organizations at various levels, and donations are also accepted to continue the work of Good Shepherd Ministries. Good Shepherd Ministries is a charitable clinic in the heart of downtown Oklahoma City. Its purpose is to provide quality medical and dental care to the uninsured, and to meet the emotional, social and spiritual needs of its patients. For more information about the event please go to http://goodshepherdokc.org/tour/ or call (405) 232-8631 x204.