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A-LIST Hall of Fame

The A-List Hall of Fame recognizes all the winners that have been named to the list for five or more years.

A-LIST 2018: Editors' Picks

Our editors got in on the fun, too. We called out our picks for Dine Local, Fun, Services, Shop Local and Head to Toe.

A-LIST 2018: Dine Local

From Asian fare to weekend brunch, these are Tulsa's best restaurants in 22 categories, according to our readers.

A-LIST 2018: Head to Toe

Get your hair done. Enjoy a facial. Indulge in a spa treatment. Treat yourself with Tulsa's top providers in all things body, according to our readers.

A-LIST 2018: Services

From architects to veterinarians, these are Tulsa's top service providers in 20 categories.

A-LIST 2018: Shop Local

From antiques to shoes and everything in between, here are Tulsa's top shopping spots in 23 categories, according to our readers.

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ahha recognizes Tulsans with Harwelden Awards

In March, ahha Tulsa honored individuals and organizations that have been exemplary advocates of the arts and humanities.

Legends: Emily Wood

Educator, writer and passionate political supporter

Tulsa hosts Sierra Club director

Michael Brune will speak at Tulsa Earth Day Celebration, presented April 20 by the Tulsa Earth Coalition.
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4 art events not to miss in April

Visual art takes center stage this month at Tulsa Girls Art School, Trail of Tears Art Show, Kendall Whittier and Gilcrease.


CAN celebrates everyday superheroes at new event

Child Abuse Network will host the inaugural Superhero Soiree on April 27 to recognize those who have contributed to the organization’s success.


Meet a 10-year-old recycling entrepreneur

Brenden Stahle, a fourth grader at Oakcrest Elementary, estimates he and his family have collected over 21 tons of recyclables.

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Meet and Greet: Rick Miller

Founder of Fund Your Org, a company that helps nonprofits maximize their fundraising opportunities and events


MOKU makes accessories from downed Hawaiian trees

The eco-minded company utilizes the wood to create various forms of laser-cut jewelry and accessories.