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Tulsans love the idea of living downtown — walking to work, stopping for a bite or a drink on the way home, having a regular spot at the Guthrie Green. It’s the metropolitan fantasy so many automobile-dependent residents have dreamed about for decades.

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Prairie Brewpub opened in 2016 to fanfare that continues to pack the Brady Arts District restaurant. Creative components make standard menu items stand out, like the Prairie Burger ($11). A juicy patty is sandwiched between a house-made bun and adorned with roasted tomato, Bibb lettuce, hous…

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Historically, it’s best not to tell Steve Liggett he can’t hang a piece of art — even if it might or might not contain male genitalia.

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It’s no secret that the arts bring people together. And no one knows that better than John Scott, director of the Tulsa Performing Arts Center, who has been at the helm of the prominent arts organization for 30 of its 40 years.

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Whether you’re a regular or only visit the city center a couple times a year, there’s plenty you probably haven’t experienced in downtown Tulsa. Be a Tulsa tourist with some of these weekend ideas.

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Even downtown dwellers with limited outdoor square footage can enjoy a decorative boost from easy-to-grow gardening arrangements. We sat down with Paul James, marketing manager for Tulsa’s Southwood Landscape and Garden Center, to discuss five space-saving tips. 

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Tulsa children’s author Cindy Lou Barraza is best known for enlightening young people about diversity through her educational book, "Mexiroo."

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The newly opened Boxyard sits downtown, its 39 modified and modernized shipping containers perfectly juxtaposed against the older landscape. After circling the globe for eight to ten years, they are now permanently home to an eclectic mix of 20 retailers. 

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Colors of Etnika offers jewelry, handbags and gifts from destinations near and far. Owner Karla Aguirre has stocked her shop, located in the Brady Arts District for the past five years, with merchandise from her homeland of Guatemala as well as her travels to Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam and…

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March 2 — Be the Story noon-1 p.m. Happy Hands Education Center, 8801 S. Garnett Road, Broken Arrow. Free one-hour luncheon. Learn about the success stories of children aged 6 weeks-6 years who are deaf, hard of hearing or with communication disorders. Business Casual. Free to the public; $1…

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On July 26, 1919, the SS Tulsa was launched for the first time in Philadelphia. A cargo vessel, the ship was built under the Emergency Fleet Corp. during World War I when peacetime suddenly became wartime. Tulsan Lulu Crosbie was chosen to christen and sponsor the ship, which would be the fi…

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If Tulsa’s architecture and rich history appeal to you, grab a copy of a new book about the intersection of East Fourth Street and South Boston Avenue.

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Downtown boasts many enticing attractions for wining, dining and entertainment, but Tulsans are finding it isn’t always about the destination. Some Tulsa companies simply offer the thrill of the ride.