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David Stratton has called Tulsa home for nearly two decades. Following a childhood in Claremore and after attending the University of Oklahoma and earning his MBA from the University of Tulsa, Stratton worked briefly for Williams before devoting 15 years to JP Morgan. In December 2018 he beg…

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At press time, nearly a million people had watched the video of Tulsan Emeka Nnaka being surprised on an episode of "The Ellen Show" that aired Nov. 1. A few weeks after returning home from his TV appearance, Nnaka confirmed his visible shock was genuine.

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The 40th anniversary season for Signature Symphony at TCC is filled with fan favorites from the past four decades, and its Jan. 26 concert at the VanTrease Performing Art Center for Education will be like stepping back in time. The concert recreates the first performance from 1979 by the sym…

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Oral Roberts University recently dedicated its new $850,000 high-performance super computer, "Titan," which is being used to help predict the weather, among other research.

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Black Wall Street Gallery Chairman Ricco Wright purposefully chose the name "Conciliation" for the new gallery’s first exhibit, which features the separate and combined works of a different pair of black and white local artists each month. 

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Tulsa artist Whitney Forsyth’s large-scale ceramic sculpture "Reveal" is the latest exhibition of "Atrium Art" at First Presbyterian Church of Tulsa, 709 S. Boston Ave.

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Amy Hamilton, a certified sound healing practitioner, moves around the room, creating a cacophony with gongs, crystal bowls, chimes and other instruments. Her students relax with their eyes closed, letting the sound wash over them. This is SoundScapes Tulsa.

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As the president of the Anne and Henry Zarrow Foundation, Judy Kishner is continuing her parents’ legacy of giving to others in need and addressing the complex issues plaguing our city and state. This year, Kishner and the Foundation opened Legacy Plaza, a $30 million redevelopment gifting m…

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Chicken-fried steak is classic comfort food. Oklahomans love it so much, in fact, that it’s part of our official state meal. It’s one of those foods that’s a mess to make at home. Lucky for us, there’s no shortage of places in Tulsa to find excellent CFS.

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With a menu chock-full of Mexican fare favorites, one might overlook the salad selection at Los Cabos. But that would be a mistake. Margarita-marinated chicken lends a unique taste to the Tequila Lime Chicken Salad. Avocado, tomato, red onion, bacon, cotija cheese and crisp tortilla strips r…

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An artist, an architect, an advocate, a historian, two musicians, two journalists, two restaurateurs, three government servants, several businessmen, entrepreneurs and philanthropists; lovers of animals, books and all things Tulsa. Famous and familiar names and faces, recognized for their ac…

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Once, I nearly drowned in the Snake River. I was on a float trip in Wyoming. I fell off the raft and got caught under rapids. I was wearing a life jacket, but every time the life jacket popped me to the surface, the rapids pushed me back under the water. I was caught in this cycle, couldn’t …

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It started with years of bad skin problems. Sisters Stephanie and Jennifer Roudabush, owners of Theraganics, both had acne and irritated skin before they came to a realization in their mid-20s.

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Everybody wants to start the new year with refreshing changes. Kelly Mize Holley, closet organization guru and personal shopper for the website tulsastyle.co, gives tips on how to keep the "new you" organized, all the way from your winter boots to your summer dresses.

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Alicia Adams alpaca wool throw (backdrop), $445; UGG robe, $130; Antica Farmacista bubble bath, $40; Addison Ross clock, $60; Antica Farmacista lotion, $40; Baudelaire cedar bath brush, $19; sisal body scrubber, $15, with soap, $13; and UGG slippers, $110; all from The Dolphin, 1960 Utica Square.

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Mabrey Bank has announced a new leadership team for the family-owned bank. Scott Mabrey has been appointed as the new CEO, John Pixley will become the new bank president and Carlisle Mabrey IV will serve as chief operating officer.

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The 12th annual Cooking for a Cause on Oct. 11 was filled with delectable dishes from some of Tulsa’s top culinary talent and attended by 250 guests. Iron Gate’s largest annual fundraiser included everything from duck confit to pulled pork sliders to mini chocolate gateaux. Event chairwoman …

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More than 375 guests attended Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma’s Giving Spirits, a one-of-a-kind-whiskey-tasting experience Nov. 2 at Cain’s Ballroom. Emcee duties were handled by KOTV Meteorologist Michael Grogan. Jeff Marlow and his CFBEO culinary team provided food, with entertainm…