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The first thing you see walking in the new Holocaust Center in south Tulsa are three mannequins — a long white Ku Klux Klan robe and infamous pointed hood, a full green wool Nazi uniform from WWII, and the khaki pants and white polo uniform adopted by the tiki-torch-bearing white supremacist…

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Editor's note: Episode No. 2 of "Tell Me a Story," with performances originally scheduled for December, has been postponed as a pandemic precaution. Episode No. 2 is tentatively rescheduled for February.

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More than 100 works from 80 Tulsa artists will be on display through Dec. 19 at ahha, 101 E. Archer St., in one of the largest local exhibitions of 2020.

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In a time of heightened racial tensions, how can Tulsans become more comfortable with discussing racial equity?

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The 15th annual Cherokee Art Market is moving online this year — the first virtual rendition of the event in its history. 

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Mark Bruner enters a study with his “hello-friend” smile — a typical greeting known to thousands of Tulsa music aficionados. He settles into a leather couch, places his hat on the table and comments that performing with hats is all about the hair. He never figured he was the guy who loses hi…

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Drivers and pedestrians on East 31st Street have a new splash of color on their daily commutes.

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Continuing through Jan. 3, Winterfest has moved inside the BOK Center, 200 S. Denver Ave., this year with its 17,000-square-foot ice skating rink. To help with social distancing, guests are required to purchase and reserve a skating date and time online. Each reservation allows the skater 75…

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Editor’s note: Due to COVID-19 restrictions, confirm activities via event organizers prior to attending.

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Through boxing and a commitment to children, Keith Reed and the Reed Community Foundation are making an impact for Tulsa’s youth.

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Wreaths, garlands and swag options for a trendy and fresh holiday season.

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Brookside’s Shoppe Sasha has a spectrum of home goods and gifts.

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Tulsan Kara Moseby’s pursuit of ethical fashion inspired her to create Trove, an online ethical apparel and accessories brand.

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The holidays aren’t the time for moderation. This is the season for saying yes to dessert, whipped cream on pie and Kahlua in coffee. Doing little things like picking up a new cocoa mix at Williams Sonoma or a cardamom-spiced tea blend at Mecca Coffee Co. makes the everyday feel festive.

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Tulsa’s restaurant scene has definitely adapted to the new dining environment. To help attract and retain customers, many local favorites have added or expanded take-home meals and family dinners. Here are four that continue to impress with options and variety. 

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As the weather cools and the holidays near, many look to warm cocktails and spirits to bring some festivity to a gathering of friends, or even just a party of one. 

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After a year in Tulsa, Teach for America’s impact on local education was evident in the smiling faces of participants like Chelsea Vanacore, who appeared on the August 2010 cover with Community Action Project student Genesis Trinidad.

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The Tulsa Women’s Auxiliary, a volunteer fundraising group for the Salvation Army, is rolling with the punches of the pandemic and turning its annual fashion show luncheon into a virtual fashion show and silent auction. The theme is “A Merry Little Virtual Christmas.”

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More than 90 invited guests toured the historical Burnett Mansion in Sapulpa and mingled with hosts Joni Rogers-Kante and Ben Kante at their Oct. 13 open house.

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For the fourth time in 15 years, the Tulsa Regional Chamber has been named National Chamber of the Year by the Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives. The award recognizes chambers that demonstrate excellence in operations, member services and community leadership.

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The family of Tulsan Eddie Faye Gates, a leading African American teacher, author and community activist, recently gifted to Gilcrease Museum her collection of eye-witness accounts, photographs, recorded survivor stories and other narratives of the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre.

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How Iron Gate has responded to the increased need for food in Tulsa.

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Painted and glazed by my grandma back in the ’50s, the elf driving a reindeer-led sled has been a cherished Christmas decoration in the Cantergiani household for generations. It has sat atop the mantel at my grandparents’ home. It has graced the dining room table at my mother’s. But last yea…