As the local restaurant industry adapts, establishments find a ‘new normal’ and strive for customer satisfaction and engaged employees.
Three examples of how federal aid made a difference in Tulsa during the pandemic
After the devastation of the Tulsa Race Massacre, Tulsa’s Greenwood District rebuilt itself into a thriving community.
Posca Lora is a highly curated, hand-selected bottle shop.
We paired restaurant to-go meals with sites across Tulsa.
Irish favorites are on the menu year-round at Kilkenny’s, 1413 E. 15th St. But on St. Patrick’s Day they fly out of the kitchen.
Experimenting with easy bread recipes, whether a simple yeast bread or a quick bread, is always fun.
Food truck turned restaurant Waffle That! opens second location.
Big Baby Rolls and Donuts isn’t afraid to go big when it comes to flavor, color and, of course, sweetness.
Retailers bank on personalized service and niche inventory to attract shoppers during the pandemic and beyond.
Gilcrease Museum exhibit starting March 5 highlights local photographers
Some parking spaces outside downtown businesses have been converted into parklets, extending the outdoor space where drinkers and diners can dwell while adhering to social distancing guidelines.
Longtime Tulsa optical shop Hicks Brunson continues founder’s vision.
Perspectives and incentives of the natural pastime
The eyes are often overlooked as part of our overall health, despite the preventable nature of some vision impairments.
Geologic oddities and curiosities dot the Sunflower State.
Spring break fun in the sun calls for beach- or pool-bound gear.
Local helps others Find ideal colors and style.
Working from home doesn’t have to lack style.
I keep thinking of the title of Stephen Foster’s song “Hard Times Come Again No More.” We’ve all had enough, haven’t we? Too much loss.
Girl Scouts of Eastern Oklahoma will continue its eight-week cookie sale through March 21, with special precautions and new ways to buy cookies this year given the pandemic.
Incoming TYPROS chairwoman discusses importance of diversity, intersectionality
Local luthier’s banjos are a top pick among musicians.
When “Coming 2 America,” the sequel to Eddie Murphy’s popular 1988 comedy, debuts on Amazon Prime on March 5, expect to see some familiar faces. Original cast members Murphy, Arsenio Hall and James Earl Jones are back, and so is Tulsa musician Tori Ruffin.
Tulsans use social media to drive business.
Tulsa musician Annie Ellicott turns voice artist.
Tulsa network of women connects marijuana patients, entrepreneurs.
Tulsa was named to MovieMaker magazine’s “Best Places to Live and Work as a Moviemaker in 2021.” The city was ranked No. 7 of 10 “Small Cities and Towns” for filmmakers and crews.
Ballet mistress and former Tulsa Ballet principal dancer Daniela Buson graced TulsaPeople’s cover in 2006. The feature by Maridel Allinder recapped Buson’s introduction to ballet as a child in Palermo, Sicily; her stellar career as a prima ballerina; and her marriage to longtime dance partne…
New spa touts the benefits of salt and other therapies.
TV fishing audience continues to grow from Tulsa.
It’s a warm afternoon in January, and Sparks is returning to his midtown campsite after a walk.
Opportunities intersect for Native architect and entrepreneur Cray Bauxmont-Flynn
Mechelle Brown, Greenwood Cultural Center program coordinator, and Libby Adjei, GCC board member, had been dreaming of ways to bring the history of Black Wall Street to life for Tulsa students. They’d created lesson plans and were toying with the idea of creating a board game.
With a rich, complicated history, All Souls Unitarian Church celebrates its 100th anniversary.
Pandemic prompts Jason Connell’s return to Tulsa.
Rector of Saint John’s Episcopal Church
Tulsa Habitat for Humanity, which offers affordable homeownership opportunities to low- and moderate-income households, has a new name to reflect its expanding geographic scope: Green Country Habitat for Humanity (GCHFH).
Update: On March 17, Holberton School officials announced they will be expanding the school with the addition of an 18,000+ square-foot building, which more than doubles the size of the school.
During the early days of statehood, Roy W. Page saw families and businessmen arriving in Tulsa on train to try and strike it rich in the oil fields of northeastern Oklahoma.
I think it’s safe to say the story of Tulsa’s massacre that occurred May 31-June 1, 1921 is not one many in the city’s white community had heard until just a few decades ago. It wasn’t common knowledge for me growing up in Tulsa. The first time I remember hearing the story was likely in high…
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Coworking Bravely is a women-only coworking space in Broken Arrow’s Rose District.
Celebrating local businesses and entrepreneurs