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Overall the Tulsa-area real estate market is doing pretty well. The mortgage interest rates are low and houses priced in the $150,000-$250,000 range have typically been selling rapidly.

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Starting in 1903, the Tulsa Ice Co. supplied Tulsans with large blocks of ice year-round. The ice was placed inside an icebox to keep perishable foods and important medical supplies fresh.

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The Tulsa SPCA has been helping animals in our area since 1913. The shelter never euthanizes for space and happily rescues animals from high-kill shelters. It also accepts owner surrenders and rescues from cruelty investigations, hoarding and puppy mills. Animals live on-site or with foster …

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The Tulsa SPCA has been helping animals in our area since 1913. The shelter never euthanizes for space and happily rescues animals from high-kill shelters. It also accepts owner surrenders and rescues from cruelty investigations, hoarding and puppy mills. Animals live on-site or with foster …

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Approximately 100 guests, clad in their pajamas, gathered Dec. 6 in the Lynn Riggs Theater of the Dennis R. Neill Equality Center for the Tulsa Little Pajama Jammy Jam Gala. The event was the inaugural fundraiser of Tulsa Little Jam, a nonprofit music and talk show centered on Tulsa’s music scene.

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March 3 Courtney Maum comes to Magic City Books, 221 E. Archer St. at 7 p.m., to discuss her book, “Before and After the Book Deal.” Maum will lead a discussion on everything you wanted to know about publishing. Free. facebook.com/tulsalitco

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Sixteen years ago, a small independent comedy film escalated ligers, nunchuck skills, and yelling, “Your mom goes to college!” into the permanent lexicon. “Napoleon Dynamite” — on its surface a coming-of-age comedy — is so full of one-liners and preposterous characters that the parts are as …

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Space cakes. Magic brownies. Infused gummies. Cannabutter. Cannabis food is becoming more popular these days, and is available in more forms than ever.

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Celebrate Irish pride, or just celebrate the holiday, at Guthrie Green, 111 E. Reconciliation Way, from 3-8 p.m., March 13, and noon-8 p.m., March 14, with the Tulsa Irish Festival. This family-friendly festival celebrates the music, culture, art and food of the Irish. Don’t forget to wear g…

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Brunch is the ultimate meal. From syrupy specials your mom might call “dessert,” to dishes of savory satisfaction, to the creative libations and classic drinks that flow freely, this is your definitive guide to brunching in the Tulsa area. So call the squad and pick a spot — you’ve got many …

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Throughout history, women have faced huge barriers to entry in the conducting and writing world. To share any artistic creation, women had to operate under a male pseudonym to get anything published, or taken seriously. Even in this era, female writers like J.K. Rowling are told to use less …

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City Lights Foundation of Oklahoma is one organization working in the Tulsa area to address homelessness. Thursday nights from 6:30-9:30 p.m., volunteers meet under the bridge at North Maybelle Avenue and West M.B. Brady Street to build relationships with Tulsa’s homeless community and inner…

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Tulsa’s own Jill Donovan, founder and CEO of Rustic Cuff, received the 2019 MS Hope Award when the National Multiple Sclerosis Society held its 18th annual Uncorking the Cure for MS on Nov. 8 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel. Approximately 300 guests attended the event, which raised $190,000 and w…

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When the Industrial Revolution hit in the late 19th century, not everyone was enthused to embrace the powerful tools of the new era. Some things were better left crafted by hand. The violin, for example, was invented three centuries before in Italy, where to this day some of the best luthier…

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The Center for Individuals with Physical Challenges // Approaching the entrance of the Center for Individuals with Physical Challenges, 815 S. Utica Ave., a new mural catches the eye. At 70 feet long by 15 feet tall, the piece is bright and loud, prominently featuring the words “Purpose,” “H…

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Chef Tuck Curren welcomed more than 75 guests to his Biga Restaurant in Brookside on Jan. 27 for the four-course wine and northern Italian cuisine dinner, “Eat, Drink and Be Giving,” benefiting the Center for Individuals with Physical Challenges.

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Co-founded in 2010 by Lisa Bain and her late mother, Juanita Jernigan, Joy in the Cause “strives to support a variety of socio-economic, needs-based populations, many of whom have fallen through the cracks,” Bain says.

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When TulsaPeople featured Keith Ballard as our 2012 Tulsan of the Year, he was halfway through his 2008-2015 tenure as superintendent of Tulsa Public Schools. The previous year, Ballard’s Project Schoolhouse initiative helped save TPS more than $5 million a year, among other improvements. Th…