At the end of a long day, letting someone else make dinner is sometimes just what we need.
There’s a new little blue house peeking through the trees in the gardens at Philbrook Museum of Art.
One of my simple pleasures during the workday is to take my lunchtime break and walk. Depending on the day and my schedule, it might mean a simple stroll around a few blocks or a longer jaunt through some of the nearby neighborhoods.
Casting flies to catch big bass: Inaugural Pat Daly Invitational a statewide bass fly fishing tournament
Get to tying those fly lures and working on your fly casting.
Nearly 250 people joined Mita’s Foundation to celebrate four leaders in the local Hispanic community on May 21 at the Mayo Hotel. Yolanda Charney, Rita Gallardo, Francisco Ibarra and Martha Zapata were recognized for “being the unsung heroes who go above and beyond the call of duty,” said Ti…
The League of Women Voters of Metropolitan Tulsa hosted Madam President on May 5 at Agora Event Center. The annual event honored 11 Tulsa women “who could be president” for their contributions to the Tulsa community while guests enjoyed hors d’oeuvres and cocktails.
Dwight Morris met Dr. Lam Le and her team at the Tulsa Wound Center after a disheartening visit to the emergency room in late June 2021. A previous surgery done years before left a hole in the bottom of his foot that exposed the bone.
Inside a plain, unmarked building on Tulsa’s stretch of Route 66, local business owners shop a wholesale facility with neat rows of colorful glass pipes twisted into various shapes, boxes of rolling papers in dozens of sizes and brands, smoking accessories, novelty items and even skateboard decks.
Jewelry from Dillon/Rose holds a special place in the memories of Tulsans who have popped the question or commemorated a milestone with local artist Rachel Dazey’s creations. Dazey has, in a sense, fostered meaningful experiences since she started making jewelry, but she also creates them, h…
Bullies are a fact of life, and those of us unlucky enough to have known one often recall those experiences for years. Far less common is the inverse.
What is a good way to memorialize a friendship, relationship or memory? Forever Linked 918 has a unique way to keep people connected.
CLIFFDIVER hit the ground running this year with a new album and U.S. tour that includes opening dates for pop-punk rockers Bowling for Soup and Less Than Jake.
Baseball has been central to Steve Sparks’ existence for most of his life, first as a Tulsa youngster and later at Holland Hall. Then, for nine big-league seasons (1995-2004), he was a pitcher for the Milwaukee Brewers, Los Angeles Angels, Detroit Tigers,
In 2018 Tulsa data analyst Nathan Pickard quit his job with Williams to focus on helping nonprofits.
Oh, sweet summertime.
The Compassionate Tulsa Committee awards an individual, every month except July, in the Tulsa area whose compassionate action is particularly deserving of recognition. The public is asked to provide nominations at compassionatetulsa.com.
In partnership with Catholic Charities and LIFE Senior Services, Modus announced the launch of a new service: Modus Delivers. Funded through an Innovation Grant from the Tulsa Area United Way, Modus Delivers was created as a way to deliver dignity and nutrition to homebound seniors.
Junk drawers are something of a staple for homes, full of bits and bobs that likely will never see the light of day. However to local artist Tari Nobles, such a hodgepodge can be something more. She sees art in family heirlooms or adored knickknacks that others have destined for garage sales…
A building in downtown Tulsa dating back to 1921 has served Tulsans for years — first as a warehouse for automobile machinists, then a storage facility for Quality Milk.
Music and tech unite when Mercury Lounge hosts the Select Showcase featuring ATF, Golden Ones and Cam James on July 21. The concert is part of a free, monthly series in collaboration with the nonprofit Tulsa Creative Engine and Tulsa-based tech startup Fansub. Designed to highlight Tulsa’s d…
In 2021 Alex Hagans decided to sell some belongings and go on a “spiritual journey” from New York to Oklahoma. She felt she was supposed to come and did so, knowing she potentially would be sleeping in her car.
Downtown Sapulpa, Oklahoma, has all the charm of an old small town along with the energy and fresh ideas that come with new entrepreneurs.
After the tragedy at Saint Francis Health System on June 1, the community gathered two days later for a vigil at the John Hope Franklin Reconciliation Park. Dr. Preston Phillips, one of the four victims, served as a board member for the John Hope Franklin Center for Reconciliation. Mourners …
When you’re not sure what you’re in the mood for, Cha Bubble Tea is a good place to start. The menu here ranges from strawberry lemonade with orange popping bubbles to taro smoothies with boba. If you’re a coffee lover, try the Vietnamese coffee with boba. Cha has many tea flavors including …
Randy Turley and Gregg Carlson are longtime cigar people. Over the years they’ve been to many cigar lounges and bars, picking up the things they loved about certain places and things they wanted to avoid. Then, they decided to open Churchill’s Cigar Lounge, 3334 S. Peoria Ave., in November 2…
Johnna Hayes didn’t expect the opening of Shaky Jake’s to be so emotional.
It’s that time of year when we want our food fresh, colorful and hot off the grill.
South Tulsa reverend on her and God’s role in a time of conflict and grief.
Tulsan Sam Carr is the recent winner of the 2022 Certified Piedmontese IRONMAN Tulsa triathlon, but his wife, Jessie, might be the real MVP.
Kent Fireworks is celebrating 18 years of business this summer, and the family affair is growing.
One very hot summer when Satan tired of walking the earth tormenting people, he invented garden hoses to do the work for him. Instant success!
Kimono clips by Annie Loto Studios, $22 and $28; mini pink marble clip, $8; large pink marble clip, $10; yellow clip, $10.
With a nod to both his Oklahoma and Louisiana roots, Tulsa musician Brad Absher and his band the Superials celebrated the release of their debut album, “Tulsa Tea,” with a concert and crawfish boil last month at the historic Cain’s
Kim and Steve Zieg opened OkieSpice and Trade Co. out of their shared love for cooking and exploring Oklahoma.
Will Rogers is making headlines again and it’s about his return to the big screen — this time as a character in a locally made feature film.
Twice a month in June and July, Tulsans can spend their lunch breaks at Central Library downtown listening to live performances varying from jazz to Western swing.
As transportation continued to evolve in the first quarter of the 20th century, more and more Americans hit the open road.