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One hundred years after the Race Massacre, Tulsa is only just beginning to explore the consequences of a community’s destruction.

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The IRONMAN Tulsa triathlon competition gears up after 2020 delayed its inaugural year.

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With the past year behind us and summer rolling in fast, you likely have the urge for a vacation. However, tight budgets and remaining restrictions might put a damper on your plans.

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Aunj Braggs on her cover painting, her artistic career and what's next for Black Moon Collective

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Many turn to popsicles as the warm summer days approach. Frios Gourmet Pops, 105 N. Greenwood Ave., is owned by Angela Busby, who came across the brand on a 2016 trip to Galveston, Texas. She opened her storefront in historic Greenwood on July 1, 2017.

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The Polo Grill, 2038 Utica Square, has always been able to hold parallel feelings of elegance and comfort.

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Janet Crockett, Health Zone at Saint Francis’ aquatics and specialty class coordinator, has come up with simple daily exercises seniors of all health levels can do to stay fit and active. 

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Summer is here and we’re all in desperate need of some fun. As we hit the road for our adventures, here are some itinerary ideas for anyone seeking relaxation, nature, history, the arts and more.

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The season is short but oh-so very sweet, so make your plans now to fill

a bucket with berries.

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The onslaught of the coronavirus pandemic panicked many local brides as they determined whether a wedding ceremony and reception should be postponed or scaled back.

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Wedding planning can be overwhelming with all the elements to consider — from the overall look, to the venue, to the flowers and the food. As trends come and go, who do you turn to for local, expert advice on how to weave personal style into a modern marital event? We reached out to local ve…

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The Demand Project’s fourth annual Raising Hope Blue Tie Gala, presented by Davis Family Arbor Service, was March 26 at the Silo Event Center. 

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The Greenwood Art Project is an expansive and robust collaboration among Tulsa creatives with expositions and events launching throughout the month, including a citywide poster project.

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Storms aren’t the only thing brewing this spring. As the days get longer, the beers get brighter. Stop by one of these local breweries for beer that celebrates the season.

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On the April 21 episode of Tulsa Talks, community activist Carlos Moreno talked about what he hopes people take away from his historical writings on Greenwood, including his new book, “The Victory of Greenwood,” which will be published this month. For more information, visit thevictoryofgree…

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As the Senior PGA tees off at Southern Hills Country Club, gain course insight from some past club champions.

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After 16 months of very few big events, slumping hotel occupancy as low as 30% and an overall tourism industry staggering along, the last week of May brings hope and a whole lot of cash to city coffers. 

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University of Oklahoma students Reagan Collins and Hartley Bowman were awarded an Albert Schweitzer Fellowship to develop a curriculum and conduct classes for people with disabilities to educate them on nutrition along with various adaptive ways they can prepare and incorporate healthy foods…

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After three years of planning and design, Utica Square Shopping Center was formally dedicated on the morning of May 22, 1952. Tulsa’s latest shopping center was unique in many ways. 

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When Dewey Bartlett Jr. began his tenure as mayor in January 2010, he was facing a variety of challenges, including the city’s largest budget crisis since the Great Depression.

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Living Arts of Tulsa hosted its annual Champagne and Chocolate benefit Feb. 27 with limited in-person opportunities and virtual experiences. 

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Annual Reconciliation in America National Symposium promotes education and dialogue.

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Tulsa Community College and Union Public Schools target first-generation college students.

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The Academy of Country Music has named Hard Rock Live the winner of its prestigious 2020 Casino of the Year — Theater Award. The 45,000-square-foot, 2,700-seat venue, formerly known as the Joint, is located in Tulsa’s Hard Rock Hotel and Casino. The award will be presented in August.

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Tulsa City-County Library has taken the pandemic in stride, offering curbside services, hosting virtual events and promoting socially distant activities. Part of those efforts include this year’s Anne V. Zarrow Award for Young Readers’ Literature ceremony — virtual for the first time in its …

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Lou Ottens, the Dutch inventor who created the cassette tape in the early 1960s, died in March at age 94. While Ottens’ portable recording medium was a convenient alternative to the bulky tape recorders with their cumbersome spools of tape, he probably never envisioned his pocket-sized techn…

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Looking for handmade piñatas for your next fiesta? Felizsta, located at the Shops at Mother Road Market, carries Oklahoma-made mini piñatas, perfect for birthdays, block parties and Cinco de Mayo.