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June 2  Welltown Brewing, 114 W. Archer St., hosts the Experimental Film Fest presented by False Pretense Films at 7 p.m. You won’t want to miss this night of interesting sights and sounds, and free food. $7.50. filmfreeway.com/experimentalfilmfest

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“It’s not, like, a painting, where — you know, I’m looking at one now — and it’s a guy around this rock. He’s fishing, he’s pulling. Trout’s jumping, and there are bears on the other side of the rock that he can’t see. So that’s a whole story right there. (In contrast) I only have a piece th…

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Tulsa’s brewery scene is booming with both creative and classic beers. From the casual pilsner drinker to the craft IPA connoisseur and everyone in between, Tulsa has a brewery for you. 

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Hip-hop, rap and videography might not fit the mold of traditional high school music and arts programs. But thanks to a librarian’s belief in an implausible dream, at Tulsa’s McLain High School for Science and Technology, 4929 N. Peoria Ave., these courses dance alongside offerings like band…

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As cannabis becomes widely available, Oklahomans have more ways than ever to partake. An increasingly common method is in the form of a concentrate. But what are concentrates? How strong are they? And how does a dab rig even work?

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Last year, devastating rains and subsequent flooding ruined crops, wiping out projected harvests and potential retail sales for Tulsa-area farmers. It was in that event that five local chefs — Justin Thompson, Ian Van Anglen, Nico Albert, Joel Bein and Seth Jordan — teamed up for a wine dinn…

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There comes a day when, as Bruce Springsteen sings, I check my look in the mirror and “I wanna change my clothes, my hair, my face.”

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Approximately 350 guests attended Celebrate LIFE! on March 5 at the Cox Business Convention Center. The event raised $400,000 for LIFE Senior Services.

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The theme of the 26th annual Memory Gala on Feb. 28 was “Imagine a Breakthrough in the Fight Against Alzheimer’s by 2025.”

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Brainiac Ball: Submerged on March 7 offered an immersive oceanic experience at the Cox Business Convention Center, while raising funds for Family and Children’s Services programs aimed to help Tulsa’s most vulnerable.

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The 2020 Women of the Year: Pinnacle Awards were March 5 at the Mayo Hotel. Also known as the Pearl Party, hosted annually by YWCA Tulsa in partnership with the Mayor’s Commission on the Status of Women, the event honors women who have made an impact on equality in our city, state and beyond.

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In 1939, Oklahoma state trooper Clinton Riggs attended traffic school in Chicago to learn about traffic movement and how to reduce accidents.

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Tulsan Diane White launches Facebook support group in response to COVID-19

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Tulsa Grass and Sod is a third-generation family-owned business headquartered in Bixby.