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Students in Penny Kuhn’s class at Riverfield Country Day School recently developed an application to support NASA’s upcoming Orion Ascent Abort-2 (AA-2) flight test.

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A Tulsa teen will travel to Puerto Rico this month to gather with more than 100 peers from around the world. The mission: to learn with and from accomplished writers, activists and elected officials.

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In 1934, Linnie B. Wilson started the Tulsa Teacher’s Credit Union out of a schoolhouse cigar box to help teachers during the Great Depression. Now 85 years later, TTCU Federal Credit Union has grown to become the second largest credit union in the state.

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In an era when education budgeting is a continuous challenge, investing more than $500,000 into a school’s students is no small feat. Since 2010, the Will Rogers High School Community Foundation has supported the school through a variety of fundraising efforts, not the least of which has bee…

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After Celebrity Attractions announced "Hamilton: An American Musical" would be a part of its 2019-2020 season, the Tulsa-based presenter and producer of national tours had to cap season ticket sales for the first time.

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The Opportunity Project, Tulsa’s out-of-school intermediary program under the Tulsa Community Foundation, and the two programs it launched after inception — Relate 918 and AfterOpp — will begin their third year in September.

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Hundreds of high school graduates have Tulsan Jayne Reed and internationally acclaimed opera star Simon Estes to thank for their college educations and degrees.

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Students in Madelyne Jones’ science class at Street School did more than just learn about trout this past semester — they raised them, then released them into the wild. The project spanned October to May and taught students about the importance of fish to lakes and streams, Jones says.

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Approximately 600 people gathered at Expo Square Pavilion on May 10 to attend RIPPLE, an event celebrating the 10-year anniversary of Project Hope Worldwide. PHW’s mission is to provide hope for the world’s most vulnerable children in Uganda, Nicaragua and Mexico.

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The 270 guests at Rhinestone Cowboy had a "boot-scootin’" good time at Cain’s Ballroom, dancing to live music by Nashville recording artist Taria Lee on May 3. The event supported Volunteers of America of Oklahoma and benefitted more than 2,600 individuals, including veterans, the aging and …

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ahha Tulsa in the Tulsa Arts District was the setting for the fourth annual CREATE Gala on May 11. Approximately 350 guests attended. Staff, artists and a volunteer committee planned the event, beginning with cocktails and hors d’oeuvres in the Jack and Ann Graves Garden for the Arts.

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White Party sponsors and guests in all-white attire dined and danced in Tulsa’s Deco District on May 6 while sampling craft cocktails made by the city’s premier mixologists. A total of $340,000 was raised at the gala, benefiting the one in six Tulsans who are helped by Family and Children’s …

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As a journalist, I’m always asking questions. Whether they are to a source, to my publisher, or even just to Google, questions make up a large part of my vernacular.

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When Tulsa Junior College offered its first classes in 1970, the response was larger than anticipated. Some students brought pillows and lawn chairs to class because the college didn’t initially order enough chairs.

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Restaurants might come and go in Tulsa, but many have made their mark on our city’s history for their food, service, owners and atmosphere. Here’s one serving of Tulsa’s gastronomic history from "Lost Restaurants of Tulsa."

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In May, Tim Swepston was named the new executive chef at Bodean, 3376 E. 51st St. He was previously Bodean’s chef de cuisine. We caught up with him soon after he became top chef of the 50-year-old seafood restaurant.

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Pecan wood and time are some of the special ingredients at Leon’s Smoke Shack, owned and operated by Leon Thompson. A love of barbecue turned into a career for Thompson five years ago when he opened his place on South Sheridan Road.

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From its founding 85 years ago by a small group of women "to enlighten and entertain," Tulsa Town Hall has broadened its commitment "to open minds and stir curiosities," says Executive Director Kathy Collins.

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Since its founding in 1970 by Kitty Roberts and former University of Tulsa students Richard Ellis, Robert Odle, Richard Averill and Edward Durnal, American Theatre Co. "has grown to be one of the largest community advocates for theatrical arts in the diverse community of Tulsa," says Chandle…

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You might not blend "The Mother Road" with classical music, but Chamber Music Tulsa is revving its musical engines as it begins its milestone anniversary next month with the theme "Celebrating 66 years on Route 66."

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Fanny packs are back and better than ever, thanks to these stylish designs from Owl and Drum, located inside the Studios at Retro Den, 1216 S. Harvard Ave. Choose from a variety of stocked options or customize your own. Prices start at $35. Visit owlanddrum.com for more information. 

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Not one but two people recommended I watch the Netflix series "Dead to Me." "I couldn’t stop laughing," one said. "It is so funny. You’ll love it," the other one told me.

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If you ask Tulsa’s Jay O’Meilia when he first became interested in art, he will tell you grade school.