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Children are naturally curious. Case in point: A recent study found that kids from age 14 months to 5 years asked their parents an average of 107 questions an hour. Here are three programs that help satisfy curiosity and creativity in Tulsa kids.

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Braden Milford, an incoming senior at Cascia Hall, is the U.S. winner of the 2018 Stockholm Junior Water Prize, the world’s most prestigious youth award for a water-related science project. Milford will represent the United States at the international competition in Stockholm, Sweden, later …

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Doughnuts are one of those forbidden foods that are, once in a while, worth the splurge. Yeasty raised doughnuts are best when they have a slightly crisp exterior and a pillowy middle. Cake doughnuts are all about the toppings, whether it be a simple frosting or a pile of cookie crumbs. Here…

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Wild Brew, Tulsa’s craft beer festival event, will celebrate two decades of clinking mugs on Aug. 25. 

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Tulsa Automobile Dealers Association recently donated over $34,000 to Crossover Community Impact’s IMPACT Kids After School and Summer Enrichment Program. To address the educational needs of young students, IMPACT Kids matches north Tulsa high schoolers in CCI’s StreetLeader or Youth Jobs Pr…

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There’s no anonymity in Broken Arrow, not because I am some type of celebrity — trust me, I was never the popular kid, and magazine editors are rarely recognized — but because when you graduate with 1,030 people and live less than 2 miles from your high school, chances are fairly good you’ll…

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To Kitina Bartovick, nothing says summer like white, 100 percent cotton sheets that hold in crisp coolness like they’ve been drying in the wind on your grandmother’s laundry line. That feeling is what Bartovick, co-owner of The Dolphin Fine Linens in Utica Square, strives to give her customers. 

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Children have the power to amaze, create and inspire, no matter their age or background. We tend to highlight their accomplishments once they reach the end of high school and are on the cusp of taking their skills out into the world, but kids are using their multifarious talents to make Tuls…

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The Center for Individuals with Physical Challenges presented Mallets and Moonlight: Polo Match and Celebration on June 23 at Mohawk Park. Nearly 400 people attended.

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Ronald McDonald House of Tulsa hosted its House Party fundraiser June 14 at Metro Appliances and More. Fourteen area chefs and restaurants served their signature cuisines to approximately 150 guests at the event. Banks Entertainment provided DJ services.

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St. John Street Party ushered in summer in Tulsa on June 2 with an outdoor celebration under the stars on the St. John Health System campus. Guests tasted food and wine from more than 60 local restaurants, food trucks and caterers, and enjoyed live music from Charlie Redd and the Full Flava Kings.

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"Art, Culture and Conversation" was the theme of the Citywide Juneteenth Fine Arts Gala on June 8 at Langston University – Tulsa. Local artists displayed and discussed their work, and pianist Barron Ryan performed. Isaac Causey and Tatyana Nduta gave a lecture on the "Impact of Art on Mental…