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With home cooking playing an increasingly central role in day-to-day life, in June Oklahoma Natural Gas debuted a new four-part online cooking series, “Good vs. Gourmet,” to inspire customers in their own kitchens while highlighting local chefs.

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An exhibition that brings together work from 32 Oklahoma artists celebrates contemporary Native artwork in all of its variety. 

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C.J. Neal, a photojournalist at the Oklahoma Eagle, heard stories of Black Wall Street like we all did: stories of its prosperity, creativity and the role it played in the creation of our city’s signature

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Local music producer and owner of Horton Records Brian Horton and local musician Jesse Aycock wanted to create a tribute record to Oklahoma artists that heavily influenced them and countless other musicians.

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From the second floor of Tulsa Welding School, you can see nearly the whole welding lab below. Students work behind translucent red curtains in the 180 booths that fill the space.

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Aug. 1 Juicemaker Lounge, 3508 S. Sheridan Road, asks for the help of the community with Juice Fest Rock and Hip Hop Benefit starting at 3 p.m. Expect performances from Kashmir, The Normandys, The Grind, Freak Juice, The Pot, Mr. Burns, Verse, Alan Doyle and more. $10-$25. facebook.com/juice…

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Sales of roller skates have been booming at Quickie Mart, a locally owned skate shop that sells quad skates, inline skates, skateboards and apparel.

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Owning a bookstore is a literal dream for Mindy Smith, a former classroom teacher turned reading specialist who earned her doctorate in education with an emphasis in reading. Smith had a dream about her children’s bookstore in September 2017 and opened Lavender’s Bleu Literacy Market in Dece…

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School districts adjust to education in the time of COVID-19.

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For artist Katy Bruce, a longtime Art Camp instructor for Philbrook Museum of Art, one of the best parts about teaching children is seeing how their minds work. Fortunately she can still experience this process through a screen.

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Tulsa City-County Library has joined more than 100 major libraries in North America that have transitioned to a Fine Free model, representing a commitment to removing barriers while increasing users and circulation, and reducing lost materials.

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In 2021 the historic Greenwood District will host the Thunder Fellows Program, a nonprofit partnership of the Oklahoma City Thunder and CAA Sports designed to unlock new opportunities in sports, technology and entertainment for Black students in the area, according to the team’s leadership.

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When photojournalist Paul Taggart appeared on the December 2004 cover of TulsaPeople, he had just returned to the U.S. after an assignment in Iraq.

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Teach for America alum is removing barriers to education.

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Tom and LaVerne Branch are no strangers to volunteering, but the pandemic provided the couple the opportunity to help an organization they didn’t know much about: the Tulsa Regional STEM Alliance.

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Tulsan Titus Jackson has received positive feedback on “Brokelahoma,” a documentary he wrote and directed about how the decline of Oklahoma’s economy has hurt the state’s public education sector.

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Mark Bryan is a songwriter, performance pianist and software developer.