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Tulsa commemorated the 100th year since the Race Massacre in 1921 with May and June events ranging from art displays and performances to informative conferences about equity. 

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Tulsa’s been hooked on fishing for decades, and it remains home to several leading names in the industry.

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Recreational sports, sailing, fishing, boat rentals, kayaks and Tulsa's outdoor music scene offer plenty to do outside.

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Fifty children who are battling cancer, along with some who are survivors, were celebrated at Spring Fling on April 24 at the Tulsa Fire Department’s training center. 

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Many first responders and military combat veterans have been through unimaginable situations. They deal with depression and post-traumatic stress disorder and struggle with getting help. Some take their own lives.  

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One of the most crushing consequences of the pandemic was how difficult it became simply to help others. This, of course, proved troublesome for Crossroads Clubhouse, a mental health support nonprofit.

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Oklahoma Methodist Manor first opened its doors in 1956 with a single building housing 25 seniors. Since then, the organization has consistently redefined itself to meet the needs of those it serves. Today, it’s a 40-acre campus offering the full continuum of care to nearly 400 members throu…

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TulsaPeople’s February 2006 cover feature referred to actor/writer/comedian Bill Hader as “Saturday Night Live’s newest breakout star,” but in Tulsa, Hader had long been known for his comedic talent — at least since he was voted senior class clown at his alma mater, Cascia Hall. 

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Pilgrim’s latest album “No Offense, Nevermind, Sorry” debuted June 25 on Horton Records. The collection of 10 original songs and one cover tackle everything from love and loss to redemption and betrayal. It’s a tour de force from a long-lived and much-loved local band, whose lyrics, vocals a…

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Beadwork is something Jae Anthony-Wilson always wanted to do, but she never had the time. When 2020 hit, she found herself with plenty, and she began teaching herself the traditional art.

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Built in 1924 by Robert Chastain of Chastain Oil Co., the Blue Dome service station was modeled after the Hagia Sophia museum in Turkey. It was considered one of the most beautiful stations in the entire southwest upon opening in January 1925. 

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Many days of my youth were spent on the banks of nearby lakes and streams or in the back of a boat with a fishing pole in hand. As a youngster I loved my pink pole that even sported my name in script on the reel case. I would take that, or any of the numerous other poles we had around the ho…

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For 25 years, pulmonologist Dr. Mark Boomer has helped patients with critical respiratory problems breathe easier. Though he enjoyed the work, he had a nagging feeling immediate respiratory care could be improved, as a trip to the emergency room was often the only option. 

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For more than a decade I worked with a soup kitchen. It changed my life. I went from working at a ballet company where I wore little black dresses to hugging people who slept under bridges.

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Only a short four-hour drive away, Kansas City draws travelers with summertime fun.

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A trip to your local bar, liquor store or grocery store will show you that hard seltzer is here to stay. Nielsen reports that between the spring and fall of 2019, the amount of Americans drinking hard seltzer at bars and restaurants grew 73%. Shelves and taps sport flavor pairings and bubbly…

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When the KitchenAid Senior PGA came to Southern Hills Country Club May 25-30, it was more than just golf pros showing off their skills.

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Multimedia project highlighting Oklahoma musicians kicks off with live music series.