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Barriers prevent some Tulsa children and families from visiting Tulsa Children’s Museum Discovery Lab or experiencing informal science learning, so a partnership between the Tulsa Housing Authority and Discovery Lab is bringing science to them.

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Nestled in midtown Tulsa, this year’s house is a 5,800-square-foot home built in 1935. It has four bedrooms, three full and three half baths, and a finished basement.

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It doesn’t get much better than May in Tulsa. This is the month for street festivals (hello, Cinco de Mayo), bike riding to brunch, post-graduation patio parties and so many other combinations of fun and food.

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In the past decade, Libby Billings has made more than a footprint on Tulsa. She opened three restaurants, created one of the most fun street festivals in town and has brought life to Tulsa’s Deco District. We don’t want to imagine a Tulsa without her. And lucky for us, neither does she.

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If Tulsa were a walkable city, Levain is the kind of place you can imagine strolling to. It would be your favorite place to go for eggs Benedict on a lazy Saturday. It’s the place you would pop in to grab pastries for the office. Or your favorite place to go for lunch with friends.

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The first year as a teacher can be difficult. Three years ago, Cassandra Knuffman was hired as a Tulsa Public Schools elementary teacher. Even with a degree in education, Knuffman was challenged in her role, navigating the tough situations she faced. She remembers crying in her classroom tha…

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Actor, director and children’s literacy advocate LeVar Burton will visit Tulsa this month in support of Arts Alliance Tulsa, the United Arts Fund with 40 member organizations. Burton will speak at AAT’s #THEbrunch on May 19 at Hyatt Regency Tulsa.

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Tulsa Opera’s 70th Anniversary Gala on Feb. 17 at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center began with dinner for 200 catered by Justin Thompson. Patrons were then treated to "The Stars Align," a performance of world-renowned mezzo-soprano Susan Graham, Tulsa native soprano Sarah Coburn and tenors Aa…

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Nearly 700 people attended the patriotic-themed Carnivale on March 24. The gala at the Cox Business Center captured the relentless spirit of a World War II-era victory celebration, thanks to details by event planner TPC Studios. The 16-piece band Liquid Blue played Big Band tunes during dinn…

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The Alzheimer’s Association Oklahoma Chapter presented its Memory Gala on March 2 at the Cox Business Center. With the theme "Let’s make tomorrow’s headlines happen today," the event raised $1.1 million for the Alzheimer’s Association. More than 400 guests gathered for cocktails and dinner a…

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Metal muffin tins, a mechanical bull, plastic horse toys. The artist wish list for Ahha Tulsa’s "The Experience" reads like a psychotropic-induced dream. And perhaps that’s not too far off. 

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On how Pefin works: Individuals and families connect financial information such as their checking accounts, credit card accounts, debt, investments and retirement plans to the platform. An interactive chat experience helps users plan for life events that matter to them — from kids, to colleg…

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Tulsans tuning in to ESPN might recognize a prominent anchor as one of their own. Dari Nowkhah, a Tulsa native, has hosted numerous programs for the network over his career. Nowkhah currently hosts SEC Now, a daily show that covers college athletics in the Southeastern Conference.

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Tulsa’s new amateur women’s soccer team, Fortuna Tulsa, will start play May 25 at the University of Tulsa Soccer Stadium, 512 S. Delaware Ave. The team will kick off against Oklahoma City FC at 7 p.m.

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Like many teachers, Brenda Maier dreamed of writing a children’s book. The K-5 gifted education specialist for Union Public Schools says a storyline came to her when her youngest son was 4 years old and enamored with "The Little Red Hen." 

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The life of entrepreneur and playwright Detrice Lashon Brown could have been a Greek tragedy, but instead she made a dramatic comeback from incarceration and addiction. Now, she is giving young people an opportunity to express their theatrical gifts.

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Tulsa is one of 17 cities across the nation to be designated as "Talent Hubs," according to the Lumina Foundation. Cities like Tulsa, Los Angeles and Cincinnati earned the designation by creating environments that attract, retain and cultivate talent, particularly among today’s students, man…