Due to road work, the Cherry Street Farmers' Market will not be on Cherry Street in 2020.
The Tulsa Schweitzer Fellowship views health as not just an absence of disease, but as a complete state of physical, mental and social well-being.
In 2013, Stan and Barbara Grogg started the nonprofit Power of a Nickel to continue their medical service.
The program allows caregivers and their elderly clients who suffer memory issues a chance to share new experiences and learning opportunities.
“The family that works together, stays together.” That isn’t precisely how the saying goes, but it has proven true for three longtime Tulsans who have earned Tulsa County Dental Society’s “Dentist of the Year” distinction.
Thirty-five percent of U.S. adults are not getting the recommended seven hours of sleep each night.
“Going to sleep is a terrifying experience when you know it hurts all night,” says Carolyn James, a Redbud Physical Therapy patient.
Jimmy Rothrock found his way to Tulsa-based Functional Medical Institute and the “Fork Your Diet” way of life in March. Eight years earlier, routine lab work revealed elevated liver enzymes and the possibility of cancer.
In a highly successful first year for Stitt, the governor's toughest challenge is attempting to negotiate new terms for the tribal gaming compact.
For the first time, Tulsans serve in both the state’s two highest offices. A year after their elections, Gov. Kevin Stitt and Lt. Gov. Matt Pinnell share their vision and strategy for Oklahoma.
Lowood, with its elevated menu and approachable atmosphere, is a recent addition to the Tulsa restaurant scene.
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.”
Tulsans will be able to purchase artisan breads and pastries at both locations.
The whimsical-yet-disciplined approach to coffee at Cirque has expanded to include cocktails and more.
Personal chef Charlotte Shores shares her holiday cooking secrets, plus her family's recipe for Sweet Potato Puff.
Some of our favorite spots for gathering with friends and family.
Over its 33 years, the bakery has amassed a collection of cookie cutters in the thousands, with the holiday season being one of its busiest for the almond-glazed cookies.
Today, as in its beginnings, its “Nutcracker” is a winter flame at the center of a living legacy.
NORDAM is a major player in the aerospace and aviation industry whose customers include aircraft giants like Airbus, Boeing, Cessna and Gulfstream.
Designer Candace Hull's work can be seen in one of the four midtown homes participating in the annual Cascia Christmas Walk on Dec. 8
Find the perfect gift for the reader on your list among these nine books with a Tulsa connection.
Robin Taylor owns and operates the family business with her husband, Clinton, and her father-in-law, Clinton Taylor Sr.
"However, I have a big invisible bag slung over my shoulder filled with stories of other people’s lives."
Deck the halls for a good cause this year by purchasing poinsettias from A New Leaf.
The Ozark Mountains are bursting with holiday cheer.
How one Tulsa doctor is measuring, studying and informing others on the importance of hope
NewView Oklahoma hosted its fifth annual Envision the Future Tulsa luncheon Oct. 2 at the Cox Business Center.
The private school’s hallmark continues to be its commitment to a family-oriented atmosphere.
Community advocate and activist is a champion for her Chamberlain Park neighborhood.
The black-tie event on Oct. 11 welcomed guests from across the nation.
The Salvation Army Women’s Auxiliary of Tulsa is returning to the Renaissance Hotel and Convention Center for its annual Christmas Luncheon and Fashion Show fundraiser Dec. 3.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, we have entered the true golden age of our city’s existence, and it feels like we’re just getting started.
Alicia Latimer, coordinator of Rudisill Regional Library’s African-American Resource Center, is one of an estimated 6 million to 20 million people in the United States who observe the pan-African holiday.
How a lakeside amusement park became a beloved Tulsa neighborhood
Along with the prize that includes $40,000 and an engraved crystal book, she will be honored at a black-tie gala Dec. 6 and will give a free public address the following morning.
Last year, Tony Naugle's efforts filled 701 boxes for children in need.
TulsaPeople featured Seminole/Creek filmmaker Sterlin Harjo and producer Chad Burris in our November 2007 cover story.
This year, the event celebrates its 30th year of promoting literacy, education and inclusion for all — with the help of Santa and Mrs. Claus.
Two hundred guests attended Tulsa Habitat for Humanity’s “Rock the House: The Big 2020 Reveal Party” Oct. 10 at She Theatre.
More than 700 guests attended the 23rd annual Western Days in support of the St. Simeon’s Senior Living Community.
Approximately 200 people attended the Friendship Dinner and Awards Ceremony on Sept. 19 at the Schusterman Center.
The Sooner-Tulsa Chapter of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation hosted its sixth annual CF Cycle for Life Night Ride on Sept. 27.
A $200,000 development grant will grow “Live from Cain’s” into a viable music program for eventual national distribution within the public radio system.
With ample parking and easy highway access, the new location at 1110 S. Denver Ave. should benefit EIS’ clients and volunteers alike.
The school moved from its Tulsa Arts District studio to its new space at the former McClure Park recreation center.
Meet the new CEO for 36 Degrees North, Tulsa’s “basecamp for entrepreneurs.”
Duane and Rebecca Fernandez's Tulsa-based film production company launched in 2015.
The Tulsa Ballet's classic holiday production features 140 children ages 7-14.
Robert and Tracey Taylor have played Santa and Mrs. Claus since 2003.