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Since State Question 788 passed in June 2018, cannabis has suddenly become part of mainstream life in Tulsa. The measure approved marijuana use for medical purposes. It requires a recommendation from a doctor. 

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Celebrate the holiday early on May 23 with Antry and the Paul Roper Band at the Mayo Hotel, 115 W. Fifth St., for Rockin’ the Rooftop for Memorial Weekend. With two performers, this show is bound to have a diverse set list. Cost TBD. facebook.com/thepenthousebar

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If you’re looking for a night of music, laughs, fun and booze, look no further than Shady Keys Piano Bar.

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COVID-19 has halted our regular way of life. When non-essential businesses like bars and restaurants were closed to the public and gatherings of 10 or more people were banned, musicians’ way of making a living was called into question.

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For Daniel Smith it was the Hale-Bopp comet in 1997. For Adam Koloff it was a telescope awarded to his daughter as a Girl Scout prize. Whatever the gateway, astrophotographers are hooked on capturing the night sky.

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OU-Tulsa program teaches medical students to integrate nutrition into care.

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In 1912, within the newspapers’ opinion columns, Tulsans voiced the need for a public assembly center large enough for annual conventions and live entertainment.

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Happy Tails is a monthly article demonstrating that for every tragic animal story there can be a happy ending, thanks to rescue organizations like the Tulsa SPCA. Learn more at tulsaspca.org. Visit TulsaPeople.com/TheVoice to see a photo gallery of adoptable pets.

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Francisco Ibarra is co-owner of Supermercados Morelos, which operates eight grocery stores across Oklahoma.

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Golf might be a game of inches, but those inches turn into miles when you’re working Bryan Karns’ job. Karns and his family move about every two years for his work as championship director at the Professional Golfers’ Association of America.

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When TulsaPeople featured the Tulsa Zoo’s then-Executive Director Mary Collins on the cover of the September 2003 issue to celebrate the zoo’s 75th anniversary, she was two years away from her second retirement there. She retired the first time in 1998, then came back to the organization in 2002.

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If your summer plans include a day trip to the nearby Tallgrass Prairie Preserve in Osage County, retired Tulsa journalist Jenk Jones Jr. might be your guide.

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Approximately 750 guests gathered in the Tulsa Ballroom of the Cox Business Convention Center for the 15th annual Cooking Up Compassion on Feb. 22. In lieu of a seated dinner, guests enjoyed food stations by chef Devin Levine and 11 chefs from top Tulsa restaurants. Decor included reserved t…

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Oklahoma Aquarium’s largest annual fundraiser, “Splash!,” was Feb. 29 at the aquarium in Jenks. Approximately 700 guests attended the event, which was hosted by the Oklahoma Aquarium Foundation and benefitted the Oklahoma Aquarium Fish Friends Scholarship fund.

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Five Oaks Lodge in Jenks was the site of the Feb. 22 “Rhapsody in Blue” gala, benefiting Tulsa Area Youth Symphony Association Inc. and hosted by Gateway First Bank. A total of $48,000 was raised.

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Approximately 525 guests honored Marcello Angelini, who recently celebrated 25 years as Tulsa Ballet’s artistic director, at Icons and Idols: Roman Holiday on Feb. 1 at the Cox Business Convention Center.

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Lacy Park sits at 2134 N. Madison Place in north Tulsa, but few know the history surrounding this spot formerly known as Lincoln Park. Between approximately 1952 and 1965, the T-Town Clowns, an African-American semi-professional baseball team, played there.