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Randall Fuller is the chapman professor of English at the University of Tulsa and the author of various works that include "The Book That Changed America: How Darwin’s Theory of Evolution Ignited a Nation" and "From Battlefields Rising: How the Civil War Transformed American Literature." His…

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On Friday and Saturday, the Henry Zarrow Center for Art and Education will host an opportunity for shoppers to find original pieces of art at amazing prices. The Re:Collect art sale is a treasure trove of previously owned, original pieces gifted to the University of Tulsa by artists and coll…

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Welp. The inevitable day is finally here. But you don’t have to go gentle into that good night (the very best night, trust me — make the good night great again!). Plenty of us special snowflakes will be kicking and screaming our way through the weekend, and you’re welcome to join in.  

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First, on Saturday, Jan. 21, attend "Language: A Window to Perceptions"—a panel discussion at Hardesty Arts Center on themes of languages through the works of an artist, a linguistic scholar, an ASL interpreter and an ESL teacher. Topics include [cultural]translation, [in]translation, psycho…

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Start your art-filled weekend by checking out the First Thursday Art Opening at OkEq. This month, the opening reception showcases artist Behnaz Sohrabian. Born and educated in Tehran, Iran, Sohrabian started painting as a small child. After receiving her master's degree, she immigrated to Ok…

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On a fall morning, a group of African-American men and adolescent boys gather in and around the Cox Business Center in downtown Tulsa and begin shouting.

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Juice bottles are popping up all over Tulsa. Look around — while walking the dog, playing at the park, shopping — you’ll see people with plastic bottles of bright-colored juice. Some drink them as meal replacements, others as an alternative to coffee. 

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Fifty years since it opened, the Summit Club continues to be one of the best places in town to watch the sunset on the Arkansas River. 

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I’m not sure there’s anything better in the bitter cold of January than a steaming hot bowl of pho. If you’ve never had it, picture chicken noodle soup but with more flavor, texture and ka-pow. This Vietnamese street fare has now become American comfort food.

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World-renowned bartender and cocktail historian Gary Regan says the Manhattan changed the face of cocktails. Thought to have originated in the 1870s or 1880s in New York, the Manhattan is reportedly the first cocktail to add sweet vermouth to the Old Fashioned, spawning a variety of cocktail…

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Dream of Dublin with a stop at downtown Broken Arrow’s McHuston Booksellers and Irish Bistro. Nestled in the booming Rose District, the bookstore and café fills its tables for lunch, which features daily sandwiches and traditional Irish fare. Try the Everyday Special ($7): a cup of Irish ste…

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From international opera to homegrown musicals, and everything in between, the Tulsa spring arts scene is ready to take the stage. Your seat is waiting. 

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Each January, TulsaPeople looks back at community servants the city has lost in the past 12 months. It is a list of amazing and giving individuals, who often share important connections. You will find two who were prominent with 100 Black Men of Tulsa; two with the Rotary Club of Tulsa; two …

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By the end of 2015, the Tulsa region had lost 1,750 jobs in the oil and gas industry. Three months later, an additional 1,000 jobs were lost due to reductions in oil and gas mining, drilling and other field services, as well as cutbacks in related machinery and equipment manufacturing.

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Whether you’ve completely renovated your kitchen or bath or just need a quick refresh, try updating your space with these on-trend accessories.

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Richard Bohm’s work can be seen all around Tulsa: in prominent churches, homes, offices and at the Children’s Hospital at Saint Francis. He started crafting stained glass by hand as a hobby, and since 1975 he has shared the Medieval European technique, which involves hand painting, lead work…

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With bellies hiding behind baggy sweaters, it’s easy to abandon restraint while indulging seasonal foodie impulses throughout the holidays. 

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If your New Year’s resolution involves health and fitness, set yourself up for a successful start with these necessities. 

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Forty years ago, Linda Watts joined forces with the Second Presbyterian Church of Tulsa to form Emergency Infant Services (EIS).

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Patrons at the Nov. 12 Keep ‘Em Flying Big Band Hangar Dance traveled back to the 1940s amid swing dancing and beautifully restored warbirds. The annual event at Tulsa Technology Center’s Riverside campus raised funds for the Spirit of Tulsa Squadron of the Commemorative Air Force, a group d…

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At age 76, Migliore is president of Tulsa-based consulting company Managing for Success. He was the dean of the Oral Roberts University School of Business from 1975-1986. 

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Jeff Davis opened his first Arby’s restaurant in Tulsa in August 1969 with his father, Bob. Today, U.S. Beef Corp. is the largest national Arby’s franchisee, with more than 340 restaurants, along with six Taco Bueno locations. 

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In a world of hip-hop and Zumba classes, Aubrey Kelsey, owner of Empower Fitness, felt something was missing. "I always wanted there to be a rock-out workout," she says. "When I found POUND, I was like, hell yes." 

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Driving around looking at Christmas lights too mainstream and unchallenging for you? Opt instead for the 7th annual Art Hunt! Drive around Tulsa, following the clues to find original pieces by artist Daniel Gulick hiding around town. As each unique piece is found, a new clue will be revealed…

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There’s few things I love more in the world than coffee. While I’ll drink anything — from my mother’s tar-like brew to a watered-down drip from the convenience store — I really enjoy a thoughtfully brewed cappuccino or latte.

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Pieces: Three Indiana limestone blocks depict five aspects of Tulsa’s heritage — including transportation, oil and art deco architecture — at Howard Park, 2510 Southwest Blvd.  

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Joanne Caras’ publishing journey began on a trip to Israel, where she was introduced to a restaurant in Jerusalem that serves meals for paying customers as well as those in need. To help fund the restaurant, she began compiling two cookbooks filled with stories and recipes from Holocaust sur…

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There’s a new kind of talk show in town, and it’s shaking up the way Tulsans receive news. "#Unscripted," a digital show that boasts an "#unapologetic, #unpredictable" approach to weekly headlines, is gaining a strong following on YouTube.

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As the cold months drag on, it’s easy to dream of summer vacation. But winter has its perks, too. This month, relax by the fire with a good book, sip a cup of hot chocolate or visit with a group of friends.