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Slate Organic is in the business of building confidence, one tan at a time.

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Jace Dawson and Chuck Stanton join newly appointed Tulsa Market President Rex Horning as the latest additions to Simmons Bank’s commercial banking team. Dawson and Stanton will both serve as vice president, commercial banker in the Tulsa market.  

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Click here the results of the 2019 A-LIST readers’ choice voting. Readers named their favorite businesses in 105 categories. The top five winners in each category are listed, with exceptions made when a tie occurred.

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When Jennifer Mathews needs assistance with a tough home project, she hires the H.O.W. Foundation. She has used them for projects such as hauling and yard work. This type of work can be grueling, yet life-changing, especially for some of the foundation’s newest crew members. They are newly sober.

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Attracting bees, butterflies and birds is the what’s buzzing in local gardening conversations, and this year’s Master Gardeners Garden Tour is taking flight with its theme: Pollinators R Us.

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In addition to custom designs, The Chizel stocks locally themed merchandise such as these barware items at its showroom, 3310 S. Yale Ave. Each piece is sand-carved and handmade in Tulsa. For more information, visit thechizel.com.

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Fishing pro Andrew Upshaw of Tulsa won the Fishing League Worldwide Tour on April 14 at Cherokee Lake in Tennessee. Upshaw’s four-day cumulative total of 20 bass weighing 67 pounds, 10 ounces, earned him the first win of his FLW Tour career and $100,000.

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Storytelling — communicating heritage and history from one generation to the next — has always been a cornerstone of Cherokee culture. The new Cherokee Nation Film Office (CNFO) provides another avenue to share those stories, while promoting northeast Oklahoma and cultivating Native American…

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Heidi Blackmon and Jennifer Donnelly aren’t just friends. They’re members of the 207-strong Tulsa Tough Divas female cycling group. They will soon join 3,000 riders converging on downtown Tulsa and Riverside Drive for the 2019 Saint Francis Tulsa Tough from June 7-9.

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A live auction, dinner, dancing, live entertainment and presentation of the 2019 Patricia Chernicky Luminary Award were highlights of Tulsa CARES’ largest annual fundraiser, the Red Ribbon Gala, on March 2 at the Cox Business Center.

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The 28th annual Sip for Sight "Luck of the Iris" Gala was March 16 at the Mayo Hotel. A separate Grand Tasting on March 23 at the Renaissance Hotel and Convention Center featured samples from 16 local restaurants and wine tastings from top vintners.

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Philbrook Museum of Art hosted the "Silver Social" Feb. 28 at the museum to celebrate the hanging of multimedia artist Sharon Louden’s "Windows" installation in the Philbrook rotunda. Approximately 200 guests attended. Prairie Fire Pie served dinner. DJ Scott Sulen, who also is Philbrook’s e…

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In June 1957, Tulsa celebrated Oklahoma’s 50th birthday in a big way. Besides parties and parades, a time capsule was prepared for the centennial and at the last minute gained a companion, a donated 1957 Plymouth Belvedere that also was to be buried.