Articles by Brent Fuchs

About Brent Fuchs

Brent Fuchs is an editorial and commercial photographer based in Edmond. He received a B.A. in photojournalism from UCO, where he minored in history. His work has appeared in numerous area publications, and his photos have received awards from both The Associated Press and The Oklahoma Press Association.

Brad Myers, founder of Butcher House Meats & Market

Butcher House Meats & Market

By Brent Fuchs | February 22, 2024

Butcher House Meats & Market is the place for those searching for quality, freshness, and a genuine farm-to-table experience. Brad Myers, a seasoned professional with a rich background in sales and a fervent advocate for the local food movement, founded the business. Brad Myers started his business for those searching for quality, freshness, and a genuine farm-to-table experience.

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From festivals to fine dining

By Brent Fuchs | September 7, 2023

Eddie Wrenn, III has made a mark in the Edmond culinary scene, owning multiple restaurants and driving innovation in the food scene. We dive deep into his life, experiences, and aspirations for the future. Q: When did you first get started in the food industry? A: I was probably ten or eleven. My grandfather owned,…

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Cool treats in Edmond

By Brent Fuchs | August 8, 2023

We are well and truly into the dog days of summer. Each day feels hotter than the last, and the nights don’t bring much relief. But there is hope! Edmond has some of the finest treats for keeping cool in the entire metro. Our team braved the heat and visited local ice cream shops, snow cone stands, and even the sole physical Bondi Bowl store in Oklahoma to find the best treats in town.

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Junkies for flavor

By Brent Fuchs | April 4, 2023

For many, the lockdown in 2020 led to new hobbies, skills, and interests. But what about a new business? 

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Staying sharp as an entrepreneur

By Brent Fuchs | March 7, 2023

For many, the COVID pandemic created hardship in business. However, for Joshua Cassella, it brought a new opportunity: Stay Sharp OK.

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Bringing film culture to Edmond

By Brent Fuchs | March 1, 2023

Back for another year, the Simply Indie Film Festival showcases films and photography from across the state and beyond. The festival, March 2-4, brings filmmakers and audiences together in Edmond, building a community around film. Edmond Business sat down with Simply Indie’s Marissa and Lynzi Carlson to learn more about what this year’s event offers.

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More than a grain elevator

By Brent Fuchs | February 21, 2023

When it comes to local restaurants, it’s not out of the ordinary to hear the phrase “family business.” However, Farmers Grain, located just west of downtown Edmond, takes the concept to new heights. 

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Rose Creek invests $6 million in renovations

By Brent Fuchs | December 6, 2022

In early 2022, Rose Creek Golf Club was sold to Innovative Club Management with private equity from local investors. After acquiring the golf club, the new owners spent millions of dollars renovating the course with new sod and bunkers, cart path repairs, and a host of other improvements. They added pickleball and an entertainment center with games for kids and adults. The restaurant renovations include a 1920s-style speakeasy lounge for members.

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Downtown Edmond hosts Sunny Dayz Mural Festival

By Brent Fuchs | August 30, 2022

The Sunny Dayz Mural Festival hosted its second annual event in downtown Edmond on August 6, with more than 40 female artists creating new public art. The event is Oklahoma’s first and only mural festival dedicated to celebrating women in the arts. Sunny Dayz, established in March 2021 by Virginia Sitzes, sets out to empower, elevate and celebrate female and nonbinary artists and muralists through the creation and advocacy of public art.

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Edmond hosts first Children’s Business Fair

By Brent Fuchs | June 28, 2022

Edmond’s inaugural Children’s Business Fair took place at the Edmond Railyard on June 17, bringing together entrepreneurial youth to sell their homemade or homegrown goods. The event was organized by Chisholm Creek Acton Academy to encourage kids to launch their own startups.

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