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Since it opened about a year ago, Jane’s Delicatessen, 2626 E. 11th St., has become a favorite place to go for deli favorites, comfort food, fun drinks and the unexpected. The Mother Road dining spot has a full bar, a small market and offers custom catering services. From the breads to the m…

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On a rainy Friday evening, some of the merchants at Mother Road Market, 1124 S. Lewis Ave., worried it might be a slow night. But by 6 o’clock, the place was packed.  Umbrellas were shaken out and placed by the door, as people strolled around the market. Even those who knew exactly what they…

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The residential real estate agents presented here — in company groupings — were ranked top sellers in the Tulsa area in 2018 based on industry information. The rankings are based on the "total volume" (listings plus sales) of individual agents.

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Irish cream liqueur is a luxurious accoutrement to a variety of beverages that adds a hint of sweetness and a swirl of creaminess. Most liquor cabinets have a bottle of Bailey’s standing at the ready, but it is just as easy — and far more delicious — to whip up your own Irish cream.

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Que Gusto has made a name for itself in Tulsa with its South American and Latin flavors and locally sourced products in an environmentally conscious restaurant. At lunch, a line forms for empanadas and daily specials, many with meat, vegetarian and vegan options.

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In the darkest misery of my Lord-Lord-will-this-ever-end home repair saga, a happy incident surfaced. Literally.

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Maximizing your yard’s attributes and minimizing its problems to create a beautiful street-side view does not have to be difficult, daunting or expensive. No matter your style, plant preferences or budget, here are some ideas to consider.

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Derek Penix is a Tulsa artist whose art has earned him numerous accolades and awards over his years of painting, including the 2016 Gold Medal Award from Oil Painters of America’s 25th National Juried Exhibition.

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The LaFortune family name represents a prominent era of growth and development for Tulsa, thanks in part to its 92-year-old patriarch and lifelong resident Robert (Bob) LaFortune.

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Tulsa Mayor G.T. Bynum and Cox Communications declared Tulsa a "Gigabit City" on Jan. 31, announcing that homes throughout the Tulsa metro now have access to 1 gigabit broadband internet speeds. The new connection will give Cox Communications customers subscribing to Cox’s Gigablast internet…

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The 26th annual William Booth Society Gala will be April 25 at the Renaissance Tulsa Hotel and Convention Center. This year’s guest speaker is Capt. Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger of Miracle on the Hudson fame. Pictured here, from left to right, are Maj. Mark Harwell and Maj. Jan Harwell, the …

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After a record-breaking 35th anniversary season, Celebrity Attractions announced its 2019-2020 Broadway season at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center.

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With more than 500 home improvement exhibitors offering ideas, expert advice and the latest product innovations for the home or garden, the Greater Tulsa Home and Garden Show is Tulsa’s longest-running home and garden show, celebrating 70 years March 7-10 at the River Spirit Expo at Expo Square. 

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My husband and I have called our little yellow house home for four years. In that time, we’ve done some updates and talked about many more. Wouldn’t it be great to have a backyard patio? How about getting these floors refinished? We should upgrade a door or two. Like any homeowners, we have …

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Plush bumblebees hang from a 3-D tree in the corner of 13-year-old Josiah Melton’s bedroom. A soft green rug mimics grass, and hand-painted artwork depicts friendly outdoor creatures, including ants and earthworms.

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In 1909 Owen School opened at 18 N. Maybelle Ave. as one of the first public schools in Tulsa, named for influential Tulsa hotelier and merchant Chauncey Owen. Later that year, the Owen family would sell a portion of its nearby land to the city, eventually creating Tulsa’s first public park,…

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Diane Sheppard is a 13-year volunteer at Mend Medical Clinic and Pregnancy Resource Center, a faith-based medical organization supported by individuals and various churches. Since Mend was founded 32 years ago by Tulsan Nancy Roe, it has annually reached up to 1,000 Tulsa women with unplanne…

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The Crystal Ballroom of the Mayo Hotel downtown was the setting Jan. 26 for the Best of Brunch fundraiser, benefiting Domestic Violence Intervention Services and hosted by the DVIS Associate Board.

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More than 500 guests attended Tulsa Ballet’s annual Icons & Idols fundraiser on Feb. 2 at the Cox Business Center.

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"Moving forward, Tulsa will be one of the first dozen cities in the country to have bus-rapid-transit. By having this, what we are going to do is open up the city in a way it’s never been accessible to people before, starting from 56th Street North all the way down to 81st Street. People wil…

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"Being in the music business, there’s so much that doesn’t have to do with learning how to play guitar or sing a song. It’s so many other things. But part of the rise to the top is the passion for it. There’s only one reason to be in this business, and that’s that you just can’t do anything …