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Holland Hall graduate Meaghan Oppenheimer is the creator and writer of a dark comedy set in Tulsa that will star Oscar winner Catherine Zeta-Jones, according to the entertainment website Deadline.com.

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Jean Kelley says a person’s online searches tell a lot about them. Her own search history — koala surgery, Andy Rooney, free rap beats — provides a glimpse into a woman with myriad interests and the ability to juggle a successful career along with diverse hobbies such as abstract painting an…

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Today’s filmgoers are used to special effects and computer-generated imagery — a stark contrast to the films of 1928, most of which were still silent.

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A falling-out at the Greenwood Chamber of Commerce in early 2017 left former Executive Director Sherry Gamble-Smith and former Membership Chairwoman Vanessa Hall-Harper frustrated and disappointed. They say others in the African-American community felt the same.

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"Faces of the 918" is a special sponsored editorial section that tells the stories behind a variety of locally owned businesses serving "the 918." Each profile features owners and/or employees of 48 Tulsa-area companies with a description of their business. We hope you find this presentation…

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Melissa Bryce Gamble was thrilled when her daughter Ginny arrived in August 2008. Like most first-time mothers, she was overwhelmed with joy, as well as the fatigue and uncertainty that come with caring for a new life. For Bryce Gamble, however, there was something more — a nagging concern t…

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The Tulsa Press Club hosted its Great Plains Journalism Awards luncheon May 4 at the Mayo Hotel. TulsaPeople Editor Anne Brockman, TPC board member, co-chaired the event.

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The HBA Charitable Foundation experienced record fundraising at its Appetite for Construction gala April 19 at Metro Appliances and More. The event proceeds of $87,000 will support the foundation’s housing and education initiatives.

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In celebration of its 30th anniversary, Tulsa Habitat for Humanity hosted the inaugural Rock the House gala, its revamped annual fundraiser, on April 14. Nearly 600 guests attended the event at the Cox Business Center, which raised more than $400,000.

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More than 200 guests attended the Newsmakers Luncheon presented by the Association for Women in Communications Tulsa Chapter. The event was May 2 at Southern Hills Country Club.

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Step inside Dorian Kurin’s home office, and it’s like stepping into a collection of the architect and builder’s favorite things. They all tell a story. 

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As a kid, nothing was more satisfying than being out of school for three months during the summer. Water activities were a top priority for having fun outdoors while staying cool.

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I’m embarrassed to say that "The Art of the Wasted Day" is on my to-read list. Not embarrassed that I want to read it, but discomfited that I have a to-read list. That’s because author Patricia Hampl derides to-do lists in this book. She puts it more poetically, describing a to-do list as "a…

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Ben Alexander, executive chef at the Tavern, is known as much for his kindness and generosity as for his culinary skills. The Tavern is located at 201 N. Main St.

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Rather than three balanced meals, we eat the glorious foods of summer all day. Fresh fruit smoothies, burgers on the grill, buttered corn on the cob, thick slices of watermelon, homemade ice cream topped with blackberries. Even the season’s long days leave us with too many delicious possibil…

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As 3,000 people wait for dinner in the Tulsa ballroom at the Cox Business Center, Executive Chef Devin Levine drizzles a wild mushroom sauce on beef tenderloins.

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It’s happening in rural areas across the country: Medical clinics, doctor’s offices and even hospitals are struggling to keep their doors open. Since 2010, at least 83 rural hospitals have closed, including three in Oklahoma, according to Becker’s Hospital CFO Report. As a result, the delive…

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Podcasts are not new — they hit the digital scene in the early 2000s — but they are finally gaining ground as a source for entertainment, enrichment, news and culture. There’s a locally produced podcast for just about any topic.