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Summer isn’t over yet, so pack up the car and hit the road with family and friends for a fun trip that’s close to home. Local vacations, a.k.a. staycations, not only eliminate the need for pricey plane tickets and hotel rooms, but also can give Tulsans a new appreciation for this land we cal…

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COVID-19 has wreaked havoc on the live music scene, forcing it to adapt or die. Kylie Slabby, creator of Black Mold Booking, experienced this first-hand while trying to plan the fourth annual Barnacle Banger Festival on her own.

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I am a Black mother of three boys, and I woke up this morning with a heavy heart. I was thinking about my boys and the conversation I will have with them about another senseless killing of a Black man. Just last week I had to talk to them about Ahmaud Arbery, who was gunned down while joggin…

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July 1 Join the Oklahoma Aquarium every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from June 1-Aug. 7 for Summer Submarine, an online summer camp featuring videos, activities and story times for young learners under 12. Free. okaquarium.org

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The Cedar Rock Inn at Redberry Farm, 4501 W. 41st St., is preparing for another summer of live music on the lawn, even if it’s a bit behind schedule. On July 1, the Inn welcomes the Red Dirt Rangers for a free, 6 p.m. performance. 

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National cannabis edible brands have made their way into Tulsa dispensaries, but a fresh line of cannabis-infused products is arriving on the scene from a Tulsan-owned and operated business.

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When a vehicle reaches the end of its life and the price of repairs exceeds its value, oftentimes it’s traded in or scrapped for parts. But where some see the end of a car’s life, others see the beginning of a new one — by shaping and shifting the car into an ArtCar.

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Kiss My Ale dubs itself Tulsa’s best “nerd den.” With a drink menu inspired by cult-favorite movies or TV series, it also offers a collection of more than 250 board games and puzzles ranging from party favorites to obscure Kickstarter exclusives. You might even overhear the last round of a f…

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As we all poke our heads out into the world from our coronavirus quarantine, one lesson we have learned in the kitchen is to use what we have on-hand. We can keep that up by having a handful of go-to recipes that are simple, using pantry and refrigerator staples.

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Robinson Glass helps Tulsa businesses during COVID-19 by providing protective screens.

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For years I owned an oil portrait of a young woman with red hair wearing a green evening dress and a string of pearls. I don’t know her identity. How I came to have the portrait is the story.

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One of Tulsa’s most trusted voices at KTUL Channel 8 for nearly three and a half decades retired in 2019, but he stays busy flipping houses and still has plenty of thoughts about the state of TV journalism.

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Monarch Ball: Sweet Dreams to Safer Days was March 7 at Southern Hills Country Club. The event included dinner and dancing to raise funds for Domestic Violence Intervention Services. A DVIS survivor shared her story via a video by Avcom Productions.

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In 1906, oilman J.M. Gillette and Tulsa merchant J.M. Hall, sometimes referred to as the “father of Tulsa,” joined forces as real estate developers and acquired property for a modest housing addition just outside city limits.

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For over 50 years the Tulsa Fencing Club has been teaching students how to compete in the Olympic sport of fencing.

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Tulsa has two new “Destination Districts,” according to the Oklahoma Department of Commerce: the historic Greenwood District, located inside the Inner Dispersal Loop, and East Tulsa Main Street, located at East 21st Street and South Garnett Road.

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Business Resilience and Recover Loan Program offers zero interest, zero fees and deferred payments to qualifying small businesses

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“Many people’s image of barbershop harmony is men singing with straw hats and striped vests, and women in red gingham dresses,” says Patty Friedemann, assistant director of Talk of Tulsa Show Chorus. “Today’s barbershop singers have evolved to be master vocalists who entertain their audience…

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This issue of TulsaPeople has been one of our most challenging to produce in our 34-year history. We created it — with our team largely working remotely — during a confluence of events that are weighing heavily on us: the horrifying killing of unarmed George Floyd, an African American, by a …