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For the past eight years, TulsaPeople readers have named their favorite local companies to be on the A-List. The A-List Hall of Fame recognizes all the winners that have been named to the list for five or more years. Each business is listed under the overall category it was recognized in, su…

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Tuition, financial aid, registration dates — there are plenty of things to consider when selecting your child’s school. Whether you are new to the school of parenting or an undergrad, we’re here to help you make enrollment decisions. Here is a list of private school information for the upcom…

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When clock shop owners Harley and Mary Hunter lost their longtime friend and principal clock repairman, Ron Hillstrom, to cancer in 2011, they were devastated.

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"… They brought all the white students down to the front of the class. And then at the very back of the class they put one chair with a sign over it saying, ‘Colored.’ When she (Ada Lois Sipuel Fisher) came into the classroom and looked around and she scanned the way the set-up was, and she …

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UmmFatima Amjad had a mission. She wanted to bring the Girl Scouts experience that she loved growing up to Tulsa’s Muslim community. When her family moved here in 2017 from upstate New York, she partnered with the Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma to create the first Girl Scouts troop comprise…

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Real Men Wear Pink, a campaign of the American Cancer Society, gives men a leadership role in the fight against breast cancer. In 2018, Jason Turner, president of Matrix North American Construction, a subsidiary of Matrix Service Co. in Tulsa, raised over $6,000, surpassing his $2,500 fundra…

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Approximately 300 people attended Uncorking the Cure for MS on Nov. 2 at the Mayo Hotel. Mary Cogan entertained in the Grand Hall as guests arrived. Guest speaker John Platt of Pittsburgh, who lives with multiple sclerosis, is a marathon runner as well as a peer reviewer for MS research. The…

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A lively auction, a South American dinner and dancing to salsa, samba and rock music from DJ Alfredo Sampayo highlighted the eighth annual MITA’s Foundation Banquet on Nov. 11 at the Renaissance Tulsa Hotel and Conference Center. The event was attended by 225 guests and honored Orgullo Hispa…

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Immunizations aren’t just for kids. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends several immunizations for adults. Dr. Brent Beasley, medical director of internal medicine at the Schusterman Clinic at OU Physicians-Tulsa, and Dr.  Rhonda Casey, professor of pediatrics at Oklahom…

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You can pack a lot into the shortest month of the year. February is a great time to take a weekend road trip as crowds are generally thinner at popular spots. If you have a free day or two, a short drive to northwest Arkansas has a lot to enjoy.

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Pictured clockwise from top left: tall white ceramic vase, $29.99, and yucca bowl, $54.99, both from Cohlmia’s; small and large crystal bud vases, $44 and $65, respectively, and ceramic faux marble vase, $30, all from Thayer Furniture; gold-banded vase, $24.99, and gold oval diamond patterne…

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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 the book "Lost Restaurants of Tulsa."

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The idea of mixing fruits with granola, nuts or vegetables has been popping up all over the country. Fruit bowls or smoothie bowls are popular for a quick breakfast, lunch or post workout meal. A new spot downtown, fROOT Bowls, specializes in these tasty concoctions.

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Remember when brunch was a noun? Now brunch is so much more than a meal eaten between early morning and afternoon. Brunch is an activity, a hobby, a highlight in a weekend full of activity. It’s written (sometimes eye-rollingingly so) on T-shirts.