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Kasey Littlefield poses with Mary Wilson, co-founder of the Supremes, and Deana McCloud, executive director of the Woody Guthrie Center. Wilson was in Tulsa for the June 16 unveiling of "Legends Of Motown: Celebrating The Supremes" at WGC. The exhibit offered visitors a unique look at one of…

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Two high-rises familiar to commuters on the Broken Arrow Expressway are quietly on their way to a new purpose: providing much-needed administrative and program space for Tulsa nonprofits.

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Writing is life for CJ Miles. To follow that passion, he paired up with fellow writer Adrean Messmer to create A Murder of Storytellers, a group for writing, sharing and advancing work. Since 2012, the group has put together several anthologies.

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Art can change lives and a nonprofit organization in Tulsa has built its success with this truth in mind. Courtyard Theatre Productions, a children’s theater group that produces two shows annually, began six years ago. Since its inception, Courtyard has donated the proceeds of its shows to v…

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Skip the romantic dinner for Valentine’s Day this year and you might find that your significant other looks even more attractive than they do by candlelight. Scientific studies have shown activities that get your adrenaline up also increase your level of attraction. There’s a reason dating s…

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For this Sazerac — which is America’s oldest cocktail and New Orleans’ official cocktail — I used Bulleit Rye. Famous Oregonian bartender Jeffrey Morgenthaler prefers to use Buffalo Trace’s Sazerac 6-Year Rye. Pick your poison. If you want to up your know-it-all Sazerac game, Google Morgenth…

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Choosing the right school for your children can be a daunting task. To help with your research, we’ve collected up-to-date information on private schools in the Tulsa area — from current tuition rates and uniforms to financial aid and student-to-teacher ratios. For additional information, co…

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Clockwise from top: Box of assorted truffles, seasonally wrapped, $15; Mudpie "Happy" serving dish and spoon, $30.75; truffles, $2.95 each; assorted bulk candy, $6-$14 per pound; and "love potion" candy-filled test tube (customizable), $2, all from Sweet Tooth Candy and Gift Co. 

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For 70 years, commercial kitchens in Oklahoma have turned to Curtis Restaurant Supply for everything from stoves to spatulas, bakeware to barware and everything in between.

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The first part of the year is a great time to head to New Orleans. Cool temperatures mean the humidity is low and wild Bourbon Street doesn’t yet smell like hot stale booze. Since Mardi Gras falls on Feb. 28 this year, the city will be busy this entire month — and the two weeks and weekends …

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Updating a room doesn’t have to be a daunting task, especially if those revisions can blend with timeless foundation pieces. 

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Growing Together provides no direct services, yet the nonprofit is the guiding force in changing the physical, social and educational landscapes of two of Tulsa’s most promising neighborhoods: Kendall Whittier and Eugene Field. 

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For more than 50 years, one of Tulsa’s most popular dining places was Bishop’s Restaurant. Founded in 1913 as a counter-only café/diner by W. W. Bishop at 15 E. Third St., business boomed and it eventually was enlarged to become Bishop’s New Waffle House. 

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Clark Youth Theatre wraps up their run of "Rumors" this weekend at Henthrone PAC. In this famous Neil Simon comedy, the Deputy Mayor of New York has just shot himself. Though only a flesh wound, four couples are about to experience a severe attack of Farce. Performances are January 27-28 at …

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Feb. 3 — JA Disco Bowl 4-8:30 p.m. AMF Sheridan Lanes, 3121 S. Sheridan Road. $500, fundraising minimum per 5-person team; $250-$5000, sponsorships. Casual disco dress. Benefits Junior Achievement of Oklahoma. Call Martha Rongey, 918-663-2132; mrongey@jaok.org, juniorachievement.org/web/ja-o…

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Expo Square hosts countless shows throughout the year, but perhaps none bigger than what they have in the week ahead.

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Want to know more about you can make a difference in your state? Come to the Martin Regional Library this Saturday, Jan. 28, from 2-4 p.m. for Together OK: Legislative 101.

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Twenty-five budding artists participated in a Nov. 29 paint-and-sip class that raised $1,000 for the Center for Individuals with Physical Challenges. Proceeds from this class — called Center Impressions — and others like it throughout the year directly support members who use the Center’s ar…