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Mai kind of drink

Mai kind of drink

Take a trip to the tropics with the classic mai tai.

Comfortable with a kick

Comfortable with a kick

Roka Bar & Asian Flavors gives diners classic Asian cuisine with locally sourced products.

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Archive »People

Bright spot

Bright spot

Jim Stovall considers his life a lucky one, despite blindness.

 Petal pushers

Petal pushers

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Archive »Arts + culture

Doodles on display

Doodles on display

Artist finds an outlet in ordinary objects.

A wish the heart makes

A wish the heart makes

Tulsa star Cody Davis shares his ‘Cinderella’ story.

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Archive »Home + garden

Redefining age

Redefining age

Heirloom roses prove winners for Tulsa gardens.

Breathe easy

Breathe easy

As summer approaches, allergy and asthma sufferers must adapt to seasonal changes.

 

 

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Things to do

Bowl for Kids' Sake

2016.04.01

Benefits Big Brothers Big Sisters of Oklahoma.

A Kaleidoscope of Art

2016.05.04

This exhibition features a wide range of art by Alpha Rho Tau, an arts organization of nearly 100 members with Green Country roots. Mediums on...

Works by JCE Parker

2016.05.05

Oklahoman's for Equality's monthly exhibition of works by local artists features JCE Parker in May. Parker creates abstract pieces that incorporate...

Oklahoma Renaissance Festival

2016.05.07

Saturdays and Sundays in May, travel back in time to 16th Century England at The Castle of Muskogee‰Ûªs 21st annual Renaissance Festival. Over...

“A Kaleidoscope of Art”

“A Kaleidoscope of Art”

2016.05.04

“A Kaleidoscope of Art” From Abstract to Realism, is an exhibition that will feature a wide range ART by Alpha Rho Tau Civic...

2016 annual Symposium on Reconciliation: Justice and Reconciliation

2016.05.24

Morris Dees, keynote speaker for Tuesday opening session. Benefits John Hope Franklin Center.

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