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No parent likes to hear, "Suzie has a cavity," at their child’s back-to-school dental checkup. Yet, according to the American Dental Association, dental disease causes children to miss more than 51 million hours of school each year.

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Various sizes and styles, including custom-made bows, $5-$16, all available at Kathleen’s Kids, 8212 S. Harvard Ave.

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Just as an artist can transform shards of glass into a dazzling piece of art, I believe God can take the broken and fragmented pieces of our lives and create a masterpiece.

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Growing up, Dustin Saied was the third generation to work in his family business, Saied Music. These days, he is found not among instruments, but among patrons at PRHYME Downtown Steakhouse, where he is general manager. He also is surrounded by his paintings, several of which hang in the din…

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My books are classified as memoir. The word memoir — from 15th century French — seems so literary, the classification let me feel smug.

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Since starting at Emerson Elementary in 2014, the afterschool program called Bike Club has grown to serve 15 Tulsa Public Schools. This fall, it will ride to the ‘burbs with a club at Rhoades Elementary School in Broken Arrow.

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Fifty years old this year, but with themes as relevant as yesterday’s headlines, "The Outsiders" has long been hailed as a Tulsa treasure. The book, written by Tulsan S.E. Hinton, deals with timeless themes such as economic divides, coming of age, gang violence and the search for belonging.

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They say eyes are the window to the soul, but to artist Amy Whitaker, the face tells a person’s story. That story is precisely what she wanted to share by sketching portraits of all 81 students in her daughter’s Holland Hall graduating class and donating the artwork to their families.

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1 The #IMOMSOHARD Mom’s Night Out: Summer Comedy Tour is sure to leave you in stitches at the Cox Business Center.

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From playing five sports to creating nonprofits to representing the U.S. while meeting Chinese politicians, these 10 Tulsa-area high school graduates do it all. Regardless of their next steps, their extraordinary high school careers will propel them to soar in the real world.