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With holiday festivities behind us, it’s time to take a more functional approach to cocktailing. Eschewing the frills and offsetting the chills, coffee cocktails are uniquely qualified to pack this one-two punch.

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Since 1986, the Hamlet has been known for its honey-kissed hams. So, when venturing to its recently reopened dine-in location for lunch, why not try its signature sandwich? The Original Grilled Ham ($9) is warm Hamlet Honey-kissed Ham with Swiss cheese, lettuce, tomato and honey mustard. San…

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Bridgette and Mike Skow are the owners of Dinner’s at 6, a service that makes and freezes dinners for delivery or pickup. It’s a big help for those of us who’ve made resolutions to gather at the table, making more time for family dinners.

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Steve Bradshaw, who takes over as the chairman of the Tulsa Regional Chamber in 2018, grew up in nearby Bartlesville,  graduated from the University of Central Oklahoma in Edmond and worked for a few years in banking and investments in Oklahoma City. He has made Tulsa his home since 1984. He…

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Each January, TulsaPeople remembers some of those we have lost in the past year — individuals who made the city great with their talent, passion or philanthropy. Several were educators, ministers or mentors. All gave of themselves to make this community a more vibrant and viable home for us all.

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From color schemes to light fixtures, design trends can date an era, but designers and their clients are in search of timeless features. In today’s HGTV-inspired world of concepts and crazes that come and go, smart renovations mix functionality with personal elements that never go out of style.

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Tulsa native Liz Whitehead found she had a passion for style consulting at a young age while competing in pageants. After college, she opened a small business in an empty space in her dad’s office building. However, Whitehead’s clientele quickly grew beyond the pageant community.

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Claremore is a town that has seen much change over the years I’ve known it. Hobo’s Discount Foods, the grocery store my father managed when I lived there, is now a Locke Supply. The city has gained several thousand residents and attracted many new businesses along OK-66. Even with all the gr…

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Pictured clockwise from top left: day planner notepad, $30, to-do notepad, $14, and month-at-a-glance notepad with clipboard, $22, all from The Inviting Place; 2018 agenda planners, $34 each, from Modern Cottage; 2018 calendar set with easel stand, $71 ($36, refills), from Embellishments Int…

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Utica Square, Tulsa’s first suburban shopping center at East 21st Street and South Utica Avenue, was once home to the Southwest’s largest bowling alley. Utica Bowl, one of the Square’s original tenants, was situated on the former site of Miss Jackson’s and Petty’s Fine Foods, both demolished…

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Booker T. Washington graduate Neile Jones has accomplished a lot since leaving an abusive relationship early in her broadcasting career. For example, the anchor for KTUL Tulsa’s Channel 8 has won an Emmy award, has run the Chicago Marathon, participated in a body-building competition and gon…

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After 25 years, Joe Dial’s dreams have finally been realized. That’s how long he has been head coach of the Oral Roberts University men’s and women’s track teams. Now, his teams have a home track at the campus’ new ONEOK Sports Complex.

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On Sept. 29, the western bank of the Arkansas River was filled with approximately 600 patrons of the Cattle Baron’s Ball. The benefit at RiverWest Festival Park raised $205,000 for the American Cancer Society.

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Twelve Tulsa chefs demonstrated how to prepare some of their signature dishes at Iron Gate’s Cooking for a Cause fundraiser Oct. 19 at Metro Appliances and More. Wines were paired with tastings for patrons’ enjoyment. Approximately 250 people attended.

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Hunger-Free Oklahoma, an advocacy organization, is approaching its second anniversary in 2018. The organization works to end hunger through research, policy-making and collaboration with nonprofits, schools, and state and local government agencies to ensure communities have the information a…

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Author Jeannette Walls, whose 2005 bestselling memoir, "The Glass Castle," tells her personal recount of growing up in a nomadic, often homeless family, will be the guest speaker at Tulsa County Medical Society’s Jan. 18 fundraiser.

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For more than a decade, Kristi Eaton has traveled the world in search of a story. From India to Indonesia, she’s covered issues ranging from women’s rights to global poverty. Now her journey has brought her home.

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Memorial High School Chorale will celebrate the 100th anniversary of composer Leonard Bernstein’s birth with a performance of Bernstein’s "Chichester Psalms," sung in Hebrew, at the group’s 35th annual Masterworks Concert at 7:00 p.m., Jan. 11, at Trinity Episcopal Church, 501 S. Cincinnati Ave.

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Instead of a typical dinner and a movie, take your Friday nights to the next level with three opportunities to enjoy Tulsa’s art offerings. From local works of art in progress to a behind-the-scenes look at a museum, there’s something for everyone.

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Quilter Patti Coppock gravitates to the "ugly" fabric overlooked at shops, estate sales and thrift stores. "I have a unique take on fabric," she explains. "I put things together that people wouldn’t normally put together."