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Three years ago, a coalition of agencies came together in an attempt to end chronic and veteran homelessness in Tulsa. What was intended as a two-year project to house 385 people has turned into an ongoing effort that has resulted in more than 1,000 Tulsans housed.

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Molly and Tyler Thrasher were headed home from a fun evening with friends when they saw the firetrucks in their neighborhood near the University of Tulsa campus. They hoped their friends several doors down were all right.

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Since Torchy’s blazed into town in January, customers have been lining up for this Austin, Texas-based taco chain. The menu offers nearly 30 tacos — plenty of flavor for any palate. The Democrat ($4.25) features shredded beef barbacoa, avocado, cotija cheese, cilantro, onions and lime. The M…

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You can go anywhere for a beer or a glass of wine. But, if you’re going out for drinks — cocktails, specialty concoctions and off-the-menu favorites — these are a few spots in Tulsa to put on your list. 

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Guinness is considered by many the official beer of St. Patrick’s Day shenanigans. The thick, dusky nectar isn’t to everyone’s liking, but with a few modifications, this versatile, complex brew can take on new life. Below are some Guinness concoctions that are sure to have Irish eyes a’smilin’.

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At Press Cafe x Yoga, they like their coffee and their yoga hot. People have been buzzing about this combination cafe and hot yoga studio since it opened a few months ago.

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The residential real estate agents presented here — in company groupings — were ranked top sellers in the Tulsa area in 2017. The rankings are based on the "current volume" (listings plus sales) of individual agents. The following pages include professional profiles purchased by Top Real Est…

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As a newly minted volunteer for the Tulsa Area United Way, Mark Graham’s first assignment was to gather donations door-to-door. This was the early ’80s, and the bright-eyed, 20-something banker was assigned to a part of town he had never visited. The native Tulsan took the experience to heart.

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It was a fateful day in 1992 when Janet Dundee and Jeff Darby stumbled upon a classified ad for a small gift store in the Farm Shopping Center. The couple purchased the store and have nurtured it into what it is today: Sweet Tooth Candy and Gift Co.

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Container gardening is practiced among people of all ages and living spaces. It is a perfect starting point for children or beginners; it’s great for renters or people with limited space; and it’s manageable for those with limited leisure time.

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The Junior League of Tulsa’s sixth annual Mentorship Luncheon was Jan. 25 at Southern Hills Country Club. Carol Scott, president of the Association of Junior Leagues International and CEO of the Children’s Discovery Museum of the Desert in Rancho Mirage, California, was the local chapter’s s…

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More than 1,400 guests had the chance to correctly answer 75 trivia questions at Bishop Kelley High School’s 20th annual BK Trivia Night, a sold-out fundraiser Jan. 20.

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Domestic Violence Intervention Services’ two largest events were paired for one weekend. Monarch Ball was Jan. 26 at Southern Hills Country Club, followed by the Best of Brunch on Jan. 27 at the Mayo Hotel.

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The Parent Child Center of Tulsa’s annual signature fundraising event, Toyland Ball, was a black-tie gala Jan. 20 at the Cox Business Center. Approximately 475 patrons enjoyed an elegant evening of dinner and dancing with a live auction. The event raised $585,000.

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Ten Tulsans are on their way to becoming software developers since graduating from Coding Dojo, Tulsa’s first "coding bootcamp." The group is the first to graduate since Coding Dojo-Tulsa launched in partnership with the George Kaiser Family Foundation in August 2017. It operates from 36 Deg…

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"Navy life is challenging, but the support shown by the people of Tulsa and the sense of connectedness we left with put our job into perspective and drives us to excel every day."

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As spring approaches, it’s the perfect time to refresh a home. Whether you’re looking for hidden treasures, thrifty bargains or upscale antiques, each of these three Sunday flea markets provide an opportunity for Tulsans to find their new favorite furnishing.

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If you have recently driven by the H.A. Chapman Centennial Green on East Sixth Street between South Boston Avenue and Main Street, you might have noticed an unusual, other-worldly art installation going up, resembling something out of "Game of Thrones" or "Harry Potter."

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A local start-up is seeking to modernize a  biological phenomenon and make it more convenient. DollHer is a subscription business that delivers a customized mix of pads, tampons and liners to women in Oklahoma and beyond.