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The bad news? Our nation’s butterfly and bee populations are on the decline. The good news? Tulsans are making their mark by planting gardens that offer host plants for pollinators to lay their eggs, as well as plentiful nectar resources that ultimately promote the pollinator population. 

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Philip Phillips’ food truck, Lone Wolf Banh Mi, became one of the most talked about places to eat in Tulsa soon after it opened. By customer demand, Philip and his wife, Danielle, opened a Lone Wolf restaurant, 3136 E. 11th St., last year. It will be fun to see what’s next for this buzzworth…

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It’s great when restaurants tell us their produce is grown locally. Perhaps even more impressive is the chef who grows his or her own herbs and vegetables. More chefs are choosing this option for convenience and for the control it provides on variety and flavor. Here are a few of our favorites.

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Cachaça (kah-SHAH-sah), the national spirit of Brazil, is made from fresh-pressed, unprocessed sugarcane juice. Brazil makes 800 million liters of the clear liquor annually, and although we only see a few brands here in the U.S., there are over 5,000 available in Brazil.  

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Diners have raved about Calaveras Mexican Grill since it opened in 2014 in the heart of Whittier Square. The extensive menu sources inspiration from authentic Mexican flavors, and one can’t resist the salsa bar. A must-try dish is the Vampiro Tacos ($7.98). Two charred corn tortillas are top…

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Every gardener — from the novice to the greenest of thumbs — can follow these five steps to ensure their green space enriches the environment. From more adventurous suggestions like starting a compost pile to simple tips like being mindful of the watering schedule, don’t miss this list as yo…

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Remember that old coffee maker you have shoved away in a closet because you haven’t had the time or the energy to throw it out? Natural Evolution is an electronic equipment recycling company that’s dedicated to providing its services to Tulsa and surrounding areas, making the recycling of el…

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Tulsans Danielle Fausset and her husband, Philip Holmes, are always on the hunt. They opened Jo and June, a vintage shop in the Kendall Whittier district in June 2015. But their love for vintage began long before that.

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Whether April brings showers or sunshine, choosing clothing that protects you and our environment is always the most stylish option.

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Ever Something brings its art-forward floral designs to the burgeoning district of Kendall Whittier.

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It’s a clear, crisp winter morning, and Rebecca Joskey is tearing sheets of brown butcher paper from the large plate glass windows of her art studio and furniture business in Whittier Square.

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The 46th annual Heart Ball on Feb. 11 at the Cox Business Center welcomed 600 guests. The annual event, presented by Saint Francis Health System, raised $745,355 for the American Heart Association to fund cardiovascular research and community health programs.

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For me, sustainability is not just a word, it is a way of life. During the past 10 years, I worked to introduce Tulsa Community College to daily routine, sustainable practices through community events such as EcoFest, Food on the Move and sustainability conferences. But I wanted to do more.