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The RV lifestyle and market have hit record speeds around town. 

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As Greenwood rebuilt after destruction in 1921 and thrived through the mid-century, outside issues led to a forced decline.

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Tulsa’s magnificent tulip season is short-lived in a normal year, but in 2020 it was all but wasted at Tulsa Botanic Garden. Along with so many other local attractions, the Garden shut down in response to COVID-19’s arrival in Tulsa. Unfortunately, the long-awaited tulips had just begun to bloom. 

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Launched in October, Horizon Clothing Co. is the brainchild of co-owners Shelby Sansone and Deanaira Smith, two women with a passion for combining fashion with sustainable, eco-conscious clothing.

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The January 2013 issue named Phil Lakin Jr. TulsaPeople’s Tulsan of the Year. The cover feature by Jim Myers Morgan recognized Lakin’s dedication to Tulsa and its institutions, including the Tulsa Community Foundation, where he continues to serve as CEO — his role since 1999. Those interview…

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Model Steam Laundry was one Tulsa’s first laundry services. The company, established in 1908, was originally located on the northeast corner of West First Street and South Denver Avenue. 

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Local real estate and financing professionals share insight on Tulsa’s booming home sales.

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Inside its bright and airy storefront on East 11th Street, Graham Collective focuses on clean beauty and organic, nontoxic products for wellness. 

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Many public gardens have been closed for the season or have adapted new visitor guidelines to open safely during the pandemic. As April arrives, several regional garden destinations usher in the season with special blooming-related events, demonstrations and activities.

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Kavin Ross on City of Tulsa’s continued requests to conduct geophysical scanning in the privately owned Rolling Oaks Memorial Gardens

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A craft cocktail or perfectly portioned mimosa can really do the trick to elevate brunch from glorified breakfast to a real dining experience.

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The photos hanging on the walls of Silhouette Sneakers and Art might remind you of something you’ve seen before. That’s the hope, anyway, says local photographer Taylor Hernandez, aka Taylor Mae. 

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“I’m just a creator who is completely and utterly inspired by the things I experience, so if something is bothering me or I feel that something needs to change, or something drives me to passion, that’s just my tool — creating things, making pictures, songs, video,” says Tulsa musician Branjae.

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Bold colors, fresh flavors and eye-catching presentations fill Tulsa’s sushi destinations. 

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Tulsa firefighters and Marshall Brewing staff save a local taproom.

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An NCAA probability estimate from 2011 puts the average male high-school soccer player’s chances of going pro at 0.04%.