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American Cancer SocietyBall capsKnit capsScarvesLarge wooden easelMonetary donationsTo donate: Jayne Meyer • 918-477-4500 • jayne.meyer@cancer.org • cancer.org 4110 S. 100th E. Ave. • Tulsa, OK 74146The Bridges FoundationMicrowave and silverwareHandtools and ladderCommercial vacuum cleanerDu…

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In the mid-1990s, a boy came to Family and Children’s Services wearing clothes that were too small. They were his sister’s hand-me-downs.

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Dec. 2, 5-9 — Pathways Christmas Showcase 9 a.m.-7 p.m. Kirk of the Hills Presbyterian Church, 4102 E. 61st St. Christmas gifts for all ages and holiday decor. Benefits Pathways Adult Learning Center. Call 918-859-0060. pathwaysok.com.

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We all recognize January as a month of new beginnings. But stuck at the end of the year as it is, December is usually for wrapping things up — both figuratively and literally, where holiday gifts are concerned. 

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The Tulsa Day Center for the Homeless unveiled artist John Hammer’s portrait of Henry Zarrow on Oct. 20. The "pop impressionist"-style portrait honored Zarrow’s legacy of generosity. The portrait will hang at the center, which opened primarily thanks to Zarrow and his wife, Anne, to provide …

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For 20 years, bass player, singer and bandleader Charlie Redd has called himself a Tulsan. But Redd brings the "flava" of his past homes — San Antonio and Austin, Texas; Japan; Hong Kong; and his birthplace, Los Angeles — to the music he makes in Oklahoma and beyond.

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Artists are virtually everywhere you go in Tulsa. The barista who makes your lattes in the morning might be writing a novel. The guy bagging your groceries might sketch portraits on his lunch break. The idea of the "working artist" has evolved into "working while being an artist" as individu…

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Each year, Thanksgiving causes two things: a full stomach and the official beginning of the "holiday season." If the former doesn't keep you home and lull you to an early slumber, the weekend promises plenty of reasons to go out on the town and fill you long weekend with late nights. Go out …

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Gift giving is one of my favorite gestures to express how I feel about someone. And, as we all know, this season is gift-giving central. I’ve already started my list of who is getting what, but I’m challenging myself to either make the gift myself or purchase something made locally.

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It’s the most wonderful time of the year. Children are dying in Syria, protestors are losing limbs to police brutality, the country is in a state of political upheaval. Just makes you want to snuggle up with a hot mug of voter suppression. What’s that delicious smell coming from the kitchen?…

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One of Matthew Stiner’s earliest memories is sitting in Tulsa’s Veterans Park waiting for the Fourth of July fireworks. He was 4. 

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The inaugural Bohemian Ball on Oct. 6 was a progressive "crawl" event that highlighted Tulsa’s musicians, artists, chefs and the free-spirited lovers of each. The celebration of creativity took place at the Hardesty Arts Center, 108 Contemporary and Living Arts of Tulsa, and event proceeds w…

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The celebration went into the early hours, but when he awoke at 5 a.m., Bynum was ready to go to work to be fully prepared when he’s sworn into office Dec. 5. 

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Have a Scotch drinker on your Christmas shopping list? Surprise them with a bottle of blended Scotch whisky — often the pariah of the Scotch shelf.