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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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Monarch Ball

“Hope, Trust and Pixie Dust” was the theme of the 2019 Monarch Ball, which benefited Domestic Violence Intervention Services.
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2.7: Walk in Love — Majeste Pearson

Majeste Pearson on the many ups and downs of a career in music, how she navigates life in the public eye and what's next after appearing on "The Four."

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Things to do in Tulsa in April

There's something for the whole family this month in Tulsa.


April is Family Fun Month at Mother Road Market

Tulsa food hall installs a Leche Lounge and collaborates with SeekingSitters for a slate of programming that benefits children and parents.


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Growing little gardeners

Tulsa Garden Center’s Little Green Thumbs program gives children ages 6-12 a hands-on, in-depth introduction to gardening.