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While you’re picking this magazine up in February, I’m sitting down to write this letter the second week of January. Remember then? I know it feels so long ago. We’ve been through a lot these past few weeks. Christmas? It seems like months ago.

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Nina Jun’s “Red Heart with Flowers” ($2,200) might look like a mylar balloon, but the Korean-born sculptor who is based in Los Angeles has become known for her ceramic balloon sculptures in countless shapes and themes. 

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Oh, hello, February. I remember you. You tried to kill me last year. Tried to freeze me to death. Lucky for you, I’m not holding grudges. 

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The Pride of Broken Arrow, the marching band of Broken Arrow High School, has won four national championships, but its most recent was its proudest win yet.

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Born in 2019 from a side project of Candy Fly bandmates Matt Baker and Chayton Burleson, Tulsa alternative rock band Pets. has grown into a five-piece ensemble that now includes Jordan Hodges, Michael Davis and Nathan Hairston. With the arrival of COVID-19 and the subsequent shut down, Pets.…

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J.W. Marshall was a settler from Missouri who arrived in Tulsa in 1901. He realized there was no Christian church in the young town and began organizing the First Christian Church of Tulsa in 1902.

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It’s more than 1,000 miles to Philadelphia, but when you’re craving a good cheesesteak, Steak Stuffers will take you there. Choose from a 6- or 12-inch sandwich with Cheez Whiz. If you like it extra cheesy, you can add provolone, pepper jack or American cheese. These cheesesteaks are burstin…

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"Everything’s coming up roses” is no cliche for Valentine’s Day.

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Sand Springs resident Vicky Laymon-Hodson has worn many hats working for her family’s 33-year-old business, Enduro Pipeline Services, since she was a teenager.

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February in the Midwest can be a fickle month. Sometimes the cold is bitter, and other times it’s unseasonably warm. Regardless of the temperature outside, there are some great things to see and do in the Sunflower State within a day’s drive of Tulsa that will keep your spirits warm.

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Mardi Gras is March 1, and we’re ready to eat and drink our way through it. Here are our favorite ways to experience a bit of Bourbon Street.

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President Barack Obama launched the My Brother’s Keeper Alliance in 2014 to build safe and supportive communities for boys and young men of color. Eight years later, under the purview of ImpactTulsa, Tulsa has accepted the My Brother’s Keeper challenge, with native Tulsan BerThaddaeus Bailey…

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“The BIG Show: Work by Young Artists,” an upcoming exhibition at Philbrook Museum of Art, is aptly named: It’ll be the largest show in Philbrook’s history, with a whopping 2,500 works of art on display.

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ahha Tulsa’s new director of programs and engagement sees potential in Tulsa like nowhere else.