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Cycling, whether on pavement, dirt, rocks or a wicked bowl or track, is more popular than ever in Tulsa. Hear from locals who clip in and pedal away for fun in the saddle.

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The Tulsa Parks team is working on a 10-year master plan for the city, which includes input from residents. Surveys were sent to 40,000 Tulsa households in February, and an open-link survey was available online to Tulsa residents; 1,683 surveys were completed.

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Actor, director and playwright Tim Blake Nelson headlined TulsaPeople’s April 2004 feature about some of Tulsa’s best-known names making it big in New York City.

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The 10-story Hotel Tulsa, once located at the northwest corner of East Third Street and South Cincinnati Avenue, was one of the largest and most luxurious hotels in Oklahoma when it opened in 1912. 

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On March 27 the Tulsa Area United Way kicked off the first Day of Caring in its 2021 series of opportunities for community volunteerism. 

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After the stress of the past year and a half, we could all use a party. Meet three local businesses that bring the celebration to you.

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QuikTrip made its first leap into the health care business with its MedWise Urgent Care facilities, the latest of which opened in March at 6336 E. Admiral Place. 

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Open for lunch, the Palate at Ranch Acres makes a pimento cheese sandwich dubbed the “Claire.” It’s the restaurant’s most popular sandwich, featuring crisp bacon, pimento cheese, avocado, lettuce and tomato, all nestled between thick, toasted bread ($8.95). Call ahead to make sure owners Jan…

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Mixed with locally made Gambill’s Oklahoma vodka, the Flower Power cocktail at Bar 473 is a dose of summer in a glass. It earns its purple hue from crème de violet and boasts notes of citrus and flirtiness from a splash of prosecco.

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In a time when Tulsa County’s teen pregnancy rate is leveling off, rather than the decline the area experienced from 2009-2019, organizations like Amplify Youth Health Collective have mobilized local groups to address the issue. Oklahoma currently has the fourth-highest rate of teen births i…

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Shandie Beckwith had never farmed, but envisioned becoming a farmer. In the past year she turned that dream into a reality, and now spends her days farming a quarter acre borrowed from John 3:16 Mission, watching seedlings become vegetables for the families who support her Community Supporte…

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Chocolate has always been a hobby for chef Randy Page. A graduate of the Culinary Institute of America, Page taught himself to be a chocolatier and gifted his creations to friends and family for years. 

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During the COVID-19 pandemic, caregivers for patients with Alzheimer’s and dementia have faced myriad challenges. Virtual doctor appointments, a lack of support for the caregiver and basic day-to-day tasks were just a few of the difficulties Pat Simmons faced while she cared for her husband,…

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Many restaurants have improved and expanded their patio spaces since last year. Others have taken advantage of a city ordinance allowing them to use some parking frontage for al fresco dining. And nearly any new restaurant you see being built — take the new Brook downtown for example — is in…

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Even though their south Tulsa home has limited space, Kelley Watt and Duke Thompson have a garden and several outdoor living areas to rival those of large lots. 

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William Franklin’s art and murals can be found on brick walls in downtown Tulsa, hanging in the Oklahoma State Capitol building, on ceilings at the WinStar World Casino in southcentral Oklahoma, television backdrops in London, even at Disney World’s Golden Oak luxury resort. 

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Now that we’ve watched everything there is to watch on television, it’s time to get outside for some fresh air and a full cinematic experience. Whether you like to stay on top of the latest releases or bask in nostalgia, find an outdoor screening at one of these unique venues.