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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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The inaugural Superhero Soiree was April 27 at the Tulsa Club Hotel. The hero-themed benefit for Child Abuse Network was attended by 250 guests — many dressed in masks and capes — and featured a cocktail hour with a silent auction, dinner with a live auction, and a live music and video enter…

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Sommelier Tony Collins shares the list of Spanish and Portuguese wines at the Passport Dinner with Bob Franden Award-winning guest chef Jamie Bissonnette of Boston took 375 Tulsa guests on a virtual tour of the Iberian Peninsula with his six-course Passport Dinner on April 26 at the Tulsa Bo…

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Living Arts of Tulsa was the scene for the first Whimsical Fashion Show and silent auction April 27, a benefit for the Huntington’s Disease of America — Oklahoma Chapter. The national organization was begun by Marjorie Guthrie, widow of Woody Guthrie, who died from the disease.

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The 245 guests who attended the April 26 MOW Mixer benefit for Meals on Wheels enjoyed music from Desi and Cody, Charlie Redd and the Full Flava Kings, and DJ Lee of DJ Connection, who spun favorite retro hits.

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Restaurants might come and go in Tulsa, but many have made their mark on our city’s history for their food, service, owners and atmosphere. Here’s one serving of Tulsa’s gastronomic history from "Lost Restaurants of Tulsa."

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The Tulsan has taken up residence in a building you’ve likely strolled by many times. Until recently, it was a private studio for several local artists. As a bar, it beautifully maintains the "art space" feel with bright splashes of turquoise and a handmade wooden bar. Sage-green succulents …

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Although MAD Eats’ menu is bursting with brunch fare, its Double Double burger ($11) wins high praise for its flavor and classic ensemble. Two patties are seared on the flat-top and dressed with American cheese and grilled onions. Pickles, lettuce and tomato are served on the side, along wit…

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Your first paycheck might have been earned for throwing newspapers, flipping burgers, lifeguarding, working in the family biz or another minimum-wage gig, but it mostly likely involved paying your dues and learning the value of that hard-earned dollar. Here, Tulsans recall the ups and downs …

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Here’s a question for you. If anthropomorphism is the word for ascribing human qualities to animals, what’s the term for attributing lifelike features to inanimate objects? Machines, to be exact.    

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Clockwise from top left: Toysmith rainbow water slide, $30; light-up rail twirler, $9; confetti beach ball, $20; Bling2O swim goggles, $24; Cotton Kids flag romper, $54; Floss and Rock rocket jigsaw puzzle, $18; Innobaby July birthstone ring teether, $12; daBomb amazeballs toy-filled bath fi…

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What’s it like to walk a day in someone else’s professional shoes? Some of Tulsa’s most taxing vocations are some of the most interesting, too. TulsaPeople profiles five Tulans whose jobs help us, inform us and provide a city full of opportunity and experiences.  

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Long after the floodwaters recede and the chaotic spring weather is replaced by the hot days of summer, Tulsa-area communities and many of their residents will continue to face ongoing recovery from the devastating consequences of May’s storms. After the debris is cleared and the river is ba…

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The Tulsa Paper Co. was founded by Alphonse Jochem in 1917, originally at 21 W. First St. It later moved to a new building at 124 E. Brady St. (now called Reconciliation Way). The company supplied paper products and newsprint for a variety of newspapers, most notably the Tulsa Tribune, publi…

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This fall the Tulsa Athletic semi-professional soccer team will launch the Tulsa Athletic Academy for youth ages 11-19, with the goal of creating a new pathway for Tulsa’s top players. Pre-competitive and introduction to soccer also will be offered for ages 4-10.

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More than 19,000 photo negatives and digital images by the late Jerry L. Cornelius, a professional photographer in Tulsa for more than 50 years, will be preserved by the Oklahoma Historical Society.

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Amid the multitude of new sights and places of interest in Tulsa, LaFortune Park remains an essential landmark. With over 270 acres in midtown, the county park features walking and jogging trails, picnic areas, a community center, playgrounds and its iconic golf course. The latter is compris…

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Before starring at tailback for the University of Oklahoma, Renaldo Works grew up in Tulsa, one of three sons of a fireman and a postal worker. "I can remember my dad working two jobs," Works says. "They did everything they could to make us strong, independent men, and I love them for it."

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Jay Krottinger and Ryan Jude Tanner of Tulsa-based Square 1 Theatrics, an international production company, are producers of the award-winning "Come From Away" musical currently playing on Broadway and in Toronto, London and Melbourne, Australia.

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With his piercing blue eyes and rugged good looks, the 21-foot-tall space cowboy outside Buck Atom’s Cosmic Curios, 1347 E. 11th St., can’t be missed. The namesake’s arrival this spring was a dream come true for store owner Mary Beth Babcock, who first envisioned him while at Dwelling Spaces…

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In July, the Tulsa Air and Space Museum will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing with a temporary exhibit highlighting local contributions to the famed mission.

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A career in social media and journalism might not seem like the right fit for a self-professed natural introvert. And yet...