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Tulsans who watched Channel 6 TV news and weather from the late 1950s through early ’80s will remember announcer and weatherman Lee Woodward and his popular puppet, King Lionel.

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With the slides installed, pathway edges and foundations for shade structures are being poured, and planting beds are being installed.

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“It’s like Christmas every day here,” says Colleen Helms, director of resale store operations for Sophisticated Seconds, the clothing and décor resale shop operated by Hospice of Green Country.

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Shae Rozzi of Fox 23 News; Norm Waters of the Tulsa Hub; Ann Denney, Henry Bellmon’s daughter; Williams; Ren Barger of the Tulsa Hub; and Bob Sullivan of Rich and Cartmill Inc.

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The Brittany Foundation for Dance, Film and Theatre in Vieques, Puerto Rico, honors Juan Reinoso's life partner, Brittany McGrath, who died unexpectedly in 2014.

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Four generations of the Kelamis family have played a role in the Savoy, 6033 S. Sheridan Road. It all began in 1910 when Nick Kelamis moved to the U.S. from Greece to create a better life for himself and his family. Today, Nick’s grandson, Bill Kelamis, and great-grandson, Evan Kelamis, run …

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In the land of heavy nogs and hot toddies, sometimes a lighter libation is needed to reinvigorate the palate.

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December is a time for many traditions in Tulsa. One of those is the Cascia Christmas Walk. The Catholic Augustinian school Cascia Hall is organizing its 35th annual event, set for 11 a.m.-5 p.m., Dec. 3. This year, Tulsans will tour four midtown homes decorated for the holiday season.

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Growing up working on farms, Randy Owens knew he wanted a similar life. However, it wasn’t wheat or corn that he wanted to grow.

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Forget diamonds. This year is all about colorful jewels. Whether you are looking to shine at your holiday party or wishing for something special under the tree, these gems are sure to impress.

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When it opened in September 2012, Cornerstone Community Center was 20,000 square feet of pure potential for the low-income west Tulsa community of South Haven.

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The idea behind the two newest programs under the Leadership Tulsa umbrella is simple: “Step up to the plate, and don’t wait for Superman,” says Ashley Philippsen, program director for Hispanic Leadership Institute (HLI) and Thrive Tulsa.

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Heller Theatre Co.’s 2017-18 season, which began in September, features 42 original plays written by local talent. The independent, nonprofit theater currently is focusing exclusively on Oklahoma playwrights.

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In Cynthia Brown’s early 20s, painting emerged as her first love. She studied it in college and eventually crossed over into ceramics before earning a Master of Fine Arts degree. Brown also taught high school art for 10 years in Tulsa Public Schools.

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Since 1926, thousands of children and adults have crowded the streets of downtown to catch a glimpse of floats and marching bands in the Tulsa Christmas Parade. This year’s parade theme is “A Storybook Christmas,” highlighting Tulsan Jessica Gullo’s new 128-page book with stories and photos …

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Matt Vernon was willing to risk everything to make his career dream come true. He gave up his apartment lease and a vehicle to secure the funding he needed to open Primate Jiu Jitsu martial arts academy in April 2015.