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"Faces of the 918" is a special sponsored editorial section that tells the story behind a wide variety of locally owned businesses serving our community. Each profile features owners and/or employees of more than 40 Tulsa companies with a description of their businesses. We hope you find thi…

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July 1 — Sertoma Pancake Breakfast 7 a.m.-noon. 405 W. Second Ave., Owasso. Benefits Broken Arrow Blue Star Mothers. Call Janet Viel, 918-857-9751, babluestars@yahoo.com. babluestar.org

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Dillon and Ashley Hargrave are the owners of Baby D’s Bee Sting, a locally made hot sauce. The sauce is a blend of chili peppers, apple cider vinegar, onions, garlic and salt. Getting a new food business off the ground was made a little easier with the help of Kitchen 66, a program of the Lo…

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A lot of words rhyme with immigration: frustration, cessation, agitation, complication, nation, discrimination, westernization, assimilation, inundation.

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It has always been easy for Tulsans to pick up a Hasty-Bake charcoal grill — the company sells them mere feet from where they’re made.

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Pictured: Johnny Was navy embroidered tunic, $228, and Susan Shaw tassel earrings, $32, both from Donna’s Fashions; Vineyard Vines tote, $298, and Jack Rogers sandals, $118, both from Island Nation. 

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When Karen and John Woolman decided it was time to build a new home on Grand Lake, they turned to their friend of more than 30 years, architect Jack Arnold.

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Playground equipment from Monstrum of Denmark is being installed in the Chapman Foundations Adventure Playground. The tall German-built Richter play towers, which can be seen in the background, will be the centerpiece of the Adventure Playground, says Jeff Stava, executive director and trust…

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The date April 4, 2017, marked Equal Pay Day in the United States. Across the country, women and advocacy groups came together to discuss the pay disparity between men and women.

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As a health-conscious undergrad in Northern California, Tulsa native Ali Zarrow wasn’t satisfied with the selection of probiotic kombucha available in the local markets. The commercially produced, sediment-filled concoctions of tea, sugar, yeast and bacteria — with their vinegary odor — were…