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Tulsa’s celebration of African-American independence and culture will offer something for nearly everyone, say Juneteenth organizers. The festival will be June 15-18 in downtown Tulsa.

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We don’t want to #humblebrag, but Tulsa is so 🔥 right now. You know you can always trust your #TulsaSquad to tell you which local spots are 💯. That’s just what the A-LIST is — your ultimate guide to the best services, restaurants, events and destinations that make Tulsa #lit, #onfleek and ju…

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The fiddle-leaf ficus tree stands tall as a favorite fashion accessory for the home. Here are the results of our 2017 Blank Slate challenge in which four designers offer their takes on styling the same subject.

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"Sitting quietlydoing nothing, spring comes, and the grass grows by itself."

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Rebecca Ungerman’s 2004 debut at SummerStage, the June festival of the Tulsa PAC Trust, was a one-woman autobiographical cabaret show, "Indulge Me." Her 23rd SummerStage show, "Oy, Gestalt" (June 24-25) will be Volume 2.

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Don Thompson is a nationally recognized photographer who has shined a light on the lives of African Americans for more than 40 years. But his long and storied career began with a single photo.

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The town of Dawson, in what is now north Tulsa, was a thriving community founded in 1895. Its main industry was coal mining, but it also boasted a drugstore, feed store and meat market. 

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Mark HaneyBrittany StokesChris CampbellThe mission of Haney’s nonprofit, CtrlAltDelPoverty, is a clever spin on the computer command: give Control to kids who have none, help Alter their situation and Delete poverty. It does so by equipping schools and orphanages in developing countries with…

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June 1 — Brookside Rumble and Roll 7-10:30 p.m. South Peoria Avenue and East 33rd to 36th streets. Motorcycle parade and street party, featuring The Fabulous MidLife Crisis Band. Casual. $10 per rider. Benefits Make-A-Wish Foundation Oklahoma, presented by Brookside Business Association. Pat…

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The Mayo Hotel hosted Metro Christian Academy’s annual dinner and auction on April 6. The "Power of the Plaid"-themed evening — a nod to MCA student uniforms — raised funds to support MCA students and teacher needs. "This is an event that our families look forward to every year," says Roger …

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Kyle Hatfield built school buses for 10 years, but it just wasn’t working for him. "I hated it and actually ended up just walking out one day," he says. 

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As the summer growing season kicks into high gear, Tulsans are checking on their backyard tomato crops. Here are five common queries Master Gardeners answer every season about tomatoes.

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Top to bottom: Omega "Gray Side of the Moon," $12,000; Omega "Planet Ocean," $6,200; Breitling "Transocean Unidate," $31,565; all from Moody’s Jewelry.

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Several years ago, when I visited my then-18-year-old brother in Amiens, France (coincidentally, one of Tulsa’s sister cities), his host parents insisted we drink rosé before each dinner. The vivacious father, Willie, said, "This is just what we do!" 

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Traditional German fare is the hallmark of Siegi’s Sausage Factory, with its long list of house-made sausages, schnitzels and Old World sides. Next time you’re there, try the Fork and Knife Holzfeller — a twist on the traditional sandwich. Thinly sliced, smoked ham and melted Swiss cheese ar…