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From trimming the tree to so many RSVPs, the holidays are filled with things for Tulsans to do. Here are a few tips and tricks we’ve culled from local experts on how to get through this holiday season. We’ve also provided a full round-up of performances, light shows and concerts sure to put …

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Though Christmas is a day sacred to many, November and December also hold major and minor holidays recognized by the world’s religions.

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During holiday party season, whether it’s a dinner, holiday party or casual cocktail hour, it’s helpful to have a basic sense of proper social etiquette.

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It’s hard to believe, but it’s holiday time again … the season for list making, shopping, wrapping, decorating, performances, parades, lights and the fast-paced frolic and fun with family and friends that November and December are known for. And nearly everywhere you look, Santa will be peeking around the corner.

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In 1946 a well-known auto dealer, Fred Jones, also became a radio station owner when KFMJ 1050 AM signed on the air. 

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Marcus Abernathy reflects on his journey from addiction to starting Sangha, a nonprofit sober living house.

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Niko Hall, a nearly $10-million-dollar apartment-style student residence, is the first new housing on campus since 1976.

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Henna Roso serves up 11 tasty tracks on its debut album, “Feed the Hungry,” which gives back to those experiencing food insecurity.

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Henna Roso hosts food drives at every show and donates a portion of its revenue to organizations like the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma to help fight food insecurity. 

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Tulsa Habitat for Humanity is producing six panel homes in the Crutchfield neighborhood in the “Lortondale style.”

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Since April 1, Tulsa International Airport has hosted Welcome Waggin’, a group of Alliance of Therapy Dogs-certified therapy dog teams.