September 2010

September 2010

Help for aspiring children's book authors

Help for aspiring children's book authors

Celebration of Books at OSU-Tulsa includes Getting Serious with Young Readers workshop.

More with Otto Duecker and Bill Rabon

More with Otto Duecker and Bill Rabon

These Tulsa artists have personalities as different as their artistic styles.

Leave Home, Find Home

Leave Home, Find Home

Rilla Askew left Oklahoma for New York, but she returned by the power of the pen.

Out & About: September 2010

A star is born?

A star is born?

Writer Kristi Eaton searches for her big break during a casting call for an upcoming Oklahoma-filmed movie.

I am Tulsa: Claire Roby

I am Tulsa: Claire Roby

TYPros Sustainability Crew Leader.

A celebration of books

A celebration of books

OSU-Tulsa event will feature writers from across the country.

Kitchen confidential

Kitchen confidential

Tulsa’s “Real Housewives” share their secret recipes.

On your feet

On your feet

The latest fashionable footwear for fall.

Get the picture: The horror! The horror!

Get the picture: The horror! The horror!

The Oklahoma Horror Film Festival is set to spook film-goers this month.

Travel: Along the Danube

Travel: Along the Danube

Forty Tulsans joined TulsaPeople Magazine in June on the magazine’s seventh travel adventure. This year’s destination was “the storied landscapes, cultural heritage and centuries-old architecture of the Old World” along the Danube River.

Artful dining

Artful dining

The newly remodeled Restaurant at Gilcrease offers a unique menu of Oklahoma-inspired favorites as well as scenic views of the Osage Hills.

Survival threats

Survival threats

The top five killers of women are heart disease, cancer, stroke, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and Alzheimer’s disease. Although some risk factors for these diseases are uncontrollable, healthy habits can help to reduce many of them. Here’s what women need to know.

For the birds

For the birds

Flowers might be fading as winter approaches, but you can still attract colorful birds to your garden. Here’s how.

A chance to grow

A chance to grow

As the weather (finally) cools down, head to the garden to add some fall color, prepare for the cold winter months and ensure that your plants will be blooming come spring. Here are some tips and tricks to get you started.

Pressure points

Pressure points

As football season kicks into high gear this month, few feel the tension more than coaches of the area’s 5A and 6A high schools. From parental influence to rules compliance to winning expectations, local coaches discuss just how hot those Friday night lights can become.

Worth reading: Something to celebrate

Worth reading: Something to celebrate

News and notes on the local literary scene.

TulsaPeople Q&A: Joe Medina

TulsaPeople Q&A: Joe Medina

Cascia Hall head football coach.

Banking on location and convenience

Banking on location and convenience

First Oklahoma Bank opens a new branch in midtown.

Barry Friedman at large

Barry Friedman at large

Religion under attack!

The last word

The last word

Vacation versus home: Does Tulsa stack up?

Suiting up

Suiting up

Dress for Success helps prepare women for the work force from head to toe.

Opposites attract

Opposites attract

They are the Good Boy and Bad Boy of Tulsa artists, but Otto Duecker and Bill Rabon have more in common than many might think.

Agenda: September

Agenda: September

September’s can’t-miss events.

Music Mad Libs

Music Mad Libs

Mad Libs and a fill-in-the-blanks puzzle meet in this month’s column. Ready? Go!

Top 10: Julie Stafford

Top 10: Julie Stafford

Craft and fiber artist.

Get the picture: Welcome to Sunday Town

Get the picture: Welcome to Sunday Town

What it's like: Deborah Jenkins

What it's like: Deborah Jenkins

Anesthesiologist, Doctors Without Borders

Lunch with: Kathy Taylor

Lunch with: Kathy Taylor

Governor’s chief of education strategy and innovation.

This old house

This old house

Remodelers give five Tulsa homes a new lease on life.

To the pointe

To the pointe

Tulsa Ballet soloist Soo Youn Cho models the season’s flirty, floaty and stage-worthy new looks. Catch her in Tulsa Ballet’s opening production, “Swan Lake,” Sept. 24-26.

Rough cuts

Rough cuts

Tulsa is facing its largest sales tax decline in city history. Here (briefly) is how city government is working to cut back and move forward.

Easy riders

Easy riders

Motorcycle enthusiast Phil McDonald aims to increase awareness of safe riding practices through Tulsa’s Motorcycle Training and Safety Center.

All that’s fit to print

All that’s fit to print

Gallery Hopper: Where to see art in Tulsa this month.

The reel  world

The reel world

Terri Higgs runs a lawn-mowing service using push reel mowers and battery-powered trimmers and edgers to create a professional trim without gasoline power.

Table Talk

Table Talk

The buzz on Tulsa’s tastiest products, restaurants and events.

Overtime

Overtime

High school football coaches provide a glimpse into their busiest days.

Dance fever

Dance fever

Heather Hall and her studio, Studio ONE, are dancing to the beat of their own drummer.

The French connection

The French connection

French wines to transition from summer to fall.

Great grains

Great grains

People have been eating grains for thousands of years — and with good reason. They are sturdy, flavorful and full of nutrients. Here are a few tasty ways to add grains to your diet.

The real housewives of Tulsa

The real housewives of Tulsa

Meet four Tulsa women who live the good life, minus the cosmetic enhancements, yachts and catfights.

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