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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.

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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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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

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Community advocate and activist is a champion for her Chamberlain Park neighborhood.

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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.

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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. 

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Two hundred guests attended Tulsa Habitat for Humanity’s “Rock the House: The Big 2020 Reveal Party” Oct. 10 at She Theatre.

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More than 700 guests attended the 23rd annual Western Days in support of the St. Simeon’s Senior Living Community.

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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.