Letter from the Editor

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Technology has changed people’s lives in many ways over the past 25 years. With Valentine’s Day approaching, Oklahoma Magazine looks at how it has changed dating in our Single in the City feature this year. We talk with people about their dating experiences and how heavily many people rely on websites or apps to find other singles, often texting or messaging them for weeks before actually meeting. Of course, dating is more than messaging, so we also look at some fun first-date ideas – and some safety tips for when you meet someone face to face the first time.

The cocktail craze has swept the nation, and Oklahoma is no exception. Many bartenders in the state take the craft very seriously – we talk to a few of them about the growing mixology scene, their favorite drinks and how they ended up behind the bar.

Also this month is our annual Image Matters feature. Many people consider cosmetic surgery, but it’s important to understand your options. Doctors offer more noninvasive procedures than in the past, and it’s become possible to achieve more with less time and effort than ever before.

Finally, choosing a college can be a stressful time for both parents and students, but with the right approach and the proper planning, it’s possible to complete the process successfully.

As always, feel free to contact me at editor@okmag.com

Sincerely,

Justin Martino
Managing Editor

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