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A lot of people and a lot of opinions make up Tulsa. But, one thing is for sure: It’s home, and we can’t deny our love for it.The following pages are the results of the 2018 A-LIST readers’ choice voting. Readers named their favorite businesses in 100 categories. The top five winners in each…

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On May 16, the Assistance League Tulsa hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony at its new facility at Legacy Plaza, 5350 E. 31st St. The nonprofit is the first to open at the property donated by the Anne and Henry Zarrow Foundation. Assistance League Tulsa is an all-volunteer organization whose mis…

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More than 400 miles to the south, Tulsa is making a name for itself as a creative and cultural hub, says Abby Curin, director of the Tulsa Office of Film, Music, Arts and Culture (FMAC).

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Matt Stick sits alone at a small wooden desk in his room and begins to draw. More than a hobby, the practice is the 26-year-old’s way forward from a terrifying time for him and for his family.

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It was burgers that bonded Ron Terrell and Danny O’Connor. Terrell, a FOX 23 news anchor, met O’Connor, a musician, while covering O’Connor’s passion project at the Outsiders House Museum.

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A group of old college pals got together in 2016 to establish Prairie Creek Farms in Kellyville, just west of Tulsa. Their foray into farming began with a "scrubby" 3 acres and 10 Berkshire piglets. Today, they’ve grown it to 80 acres, and many of their farm-fresh products — from pork to chi…

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Tom and Joanie Atkinson’s home is in a quiet, gated neighborhood in midtown. Their backyard view is like many others, with trees, patio, manicured lawn — and a sculpture of a pig just beyond their fence.

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A famous fictitious detective and a showman cowboy are just two of the attractions tourists will find in Pawnee. The town is the seat of Pawnee County, where the courthouse anchors the town square.

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Twenty-six years ago when Travers and Laurie Mahan opened the upscale menswear store that bears his name, suits and formal clothing were a large part of their business. But fashion has changed considerably since then, and the Mahans have adapted the store to match.

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In a career that spans nearly six decades, Sam Daniel has become a respected family law attorney who has witnessed historic changes in Tulsa. 

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Cold temperatures didn’t stop supporters of the Hospitality House of Tulsa on April 14, when approximately 200 people turned out for the organization’s Chapman Foundations Route 66 Gurney Turney fundraiser at the University of Tulsa. With the theme "Past Meets Future," the event featured its…

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Street School’s annual Street Party on Feb. 23 raised $335,000. More than 400 patrons attended the Cox Business Center event, which featured live and silent auctions, a raffle, a wine pull and dancing to the music of Charlie Redd and the Full Flava Kings.

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Tulsa Area Alumnae Panhellenic honored 17 "Women of the Year" April 6 at Tulsa Country Club. The honorees were acknowledged for their contributions to their sororities and their community. The luncheon theme was "No Matter the Letter, We’re all Greek Together." Approximately 200 patrons attended.

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The glitz and glamour of the 1920s were part of Signature Symphony at TCC’s annual gala, Overture: A Speakeasy Experience, on March 3 at the Bond Event Center. Guests in Prohibition-era attire enjoyed dinner and libations provided by McNellie’s Group Catering.

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Tulsa’s Juneteenth celebration of the ’80s and ’90s was an energetic jazz/blues festival and picnic drawing tens of thousands. Since then, smaller Juneteenth celebrations have continued throughout the city, but organizers of the Tulsa Juneteenth festival hope to make it a major citywide even…