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The singing bowl chimes twice and the meditation begins. Eyes are downcast and minds are at work in the stillness. Sister Ellie Finlay sits, hands in her lap, stocking feet beneath her — she looks perfectly at home here in the meditation space she has created as director of the St. John’s Ce…

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April marks the month of LitFest, which brings writers and literature fanatics together for events celebrating the written word. This year’s event was scheduled for April 16-19 but has been canceled in light of COVID-19. As of press time, the LitFest team is working to schedule workshops via…

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One of the most common ways to smoke pot is through a glass pipe. Glass pieces are favored because they’re easy to clean, won’t produce any harmful fumes and come in a variety of shapes, sizes and styles. Pieces can be as complex as a multi-chamber bong or as simple as a spoon bowl.

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With the 50th anniversary of Earth Day on the calendar for April, there’s plenty to celebrate — including Tulsa’s recycling options.

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The five-letter declaration sitting atop the roof can be seen from the highway: “CAIN’S” in bright, incandescent letters. A beacon on the skyline, the local landmark stands out as one of Tulsa’s premier venues in more ways than one.

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Editors note: this event has been rescheduled for June 13.

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If boundary-pushing art is not what you expect from an opera company, you haven’t experienced Tulsa Opera lately. Casting Lucia Lucas in the principal role as the first transgender baritone to perform a leading role in the U.S. (“Don Giovanni,” 2019) is just the latest example of how the com…

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The Tulsa Club, 115 E. Fifth St., is the latest revitalized Tulsa gem, transforming a once disintegrating structure into a unique boutique hotel.

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An allergist is a specialist — an internist or pediatrician — trained in the diseases of allergy, asthma and immunology. After a general residency in pediatric or internal medicine, a two- to three-year fellowship in allergy immunology is required.

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I can’t believe it has taken me this long to discover what’s missing from my life. What’s missing is something that will give me emotional impact, influence and drama. The answer has been right in front of me all along.

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The downtown Enid historic district showcases the city’s progress over the past century. There’s a variety of interesting architecture, including the art deco Broadway Tower.

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The headlines can be depressing. We live in a complicated world where bad news often seems to outweigh the good. It can be overwhelming and even paralyzing for individuals hoping to effect positive change.

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It is an unreal time as the coronavirus pandemic threatens us all with the awful realities of experiencing loss of life, health and livelihood. It has forced us to quickly adopt new ways of living and working and caring as we maneuver extremely different and challenging days ahead.

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The Oklahoma Center for Community and Justice honored Paula Marshall, chairwoman and CEO of the Bama Cos., at its Awards Dinner on Oct. 24 at the Hyatt Regency Tulsa.

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“The Gift of Time” was the theme of the 2020 Heart Ball, hosted by the American Heart Association Tulsa Chapter on Feb. 8 at Cox Business Convention Center. The annual event benefits AHA.

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State Rep. Fred Perry, retired City of Tulsa commissioner, received the Parent Child Center of Tulsa’s 2020 Guardian Angel Award for his decades-long efforts on behalf of local children and families at TPCCT’s 30th annual Toyland Ball gala Jan. 18 at the Cox Business Convention Center.

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Pat Smith, founder/CEO of “Treasure You” — a nonprofit that supports women financially, emotionally and spirtually — was guest speaker at Pink Stiletto at River Spirit Casino Resort. Approximately 400 guests attended the Feb. 20 event, which raised about $200,000 for Komen Oklahoma.

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Barry Epperley graced TulsaPeople’s Nov. 4, 1992, issue as he began his 14th season — of more than 35 years — as executive director and conductor of Oklahoma Sinfonia (now Signature Symphony).

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Whether cycling, running or walking miles of well-used trails on its banks, floating it for the Great Raft Race or enjoying its views from Gathering Place, the river is an ancient part of Tulsa lore.

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“Happy Tails” is a monthly article demonstrating that for every tragic animal story there can be a happy ending, thanks to rescue organizations like the Tulsa SPCA. Learn about volunteering, fostering, upcoming events, adoptions and Tulsa SPCA’s low-cost vaccination clinic at tulsaspca.org. …

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Once relegated to the dusty part of the shelves, Bottled in Bond labeled whiskies are making a strong comeback, helped in part by mini controversies that emerged from the craft spirits movement. “Bottled in Bond is like a guarantee of what’s in the bottle,” says Kristina Bello, a brand repre…