Southwestern Publishing, the matriarch of Oklahoma City's royal family of affluent magazines, apparently went out and changed its masthead this week.
Instead of five separate community publications - Nichols Hills News, Edmond Monthly, NWStyle, Downtown Monthly and Norman Living - they are now one super-mag called Slice Magazine, available all over the metro.
For what it's worth, we think this is a smart move on their part. OKC is experiencing a growth spurt of late, in size and psyche. For the first time in recent memory, the populace isn't grumbling about how much it sucks to live in Oklahoma City. And that brings a tear of joy to our eye.
Plus, we can read the whole thing online on the Slice website. Which means we're just one step closer to never having to go out into public ever again.
As the Slice digital boards say, there really is more to love about OKC than ever before. Even if you have agoraphobia.