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After suffering in solitude for months during the COVID-19 pandemic in the midst of rising racial tensions, Tulsa’s artists have a great deal of expression to release. Fire Fridays at Mercury Lounge, 1747 S. Boston Ave., have been giving musicians the opportunity to perform at 9 p.m. every F…

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With holidays right around the corner, it’s time for gift-givers to start thinking of what to buy for festivities. Tulsa is full of locally owned stores and Oklahoma-made products that rival gifts from big box stores, so here’s a curated collection of ideas for your shopping list.

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Mac’s Electric Supply Co. across the street from the Church Studio, 304 S. Trenton Ave., is getting a makeover with a new mural inspired by Leon Russell.

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Broken Arrow’s Rose District welcomes the festive season with its lights-on event from 6-8 p.m., Nov. 19. Themed to “It’s a Wonderful Life,” live holiday music and a meet-and-greet with a socially distanced Santa are just some of the night’s events. The outdoor ice rink at the Rose District …

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Editor’s note: Due to Covid-19 restrictions, confirm activities via event organizers prior to attending.

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From film school to founding a digital marketing company to writing two books, Nathan Pettijohn has forged his own path since graduating from Owasso High School in 2007.

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A new underground coffee shop/venue/art gallery, Notion, opened in March in a spacious downtown basement. 

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The newest art gallery in the historic Red Fork neighborhood in west Tulsa is the latest to come from plans to bolster the area. In September, local artist Josh Stout held the grand opening for his gallery on the Mother Road at 2609 W. 40th Place — complete with a retro sign outside.

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For the first time in television history, Indigenous teenagers have been depicted on a network comedy in their element in a show written and directed by Indigenous filmmakers.

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When Branjae Jackson had the chance to go to Washington, D.C., for the March on Washington in August, she knew she had to go. 

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Jasmine Rikin and Rebekah Kantor are the Tulsans behind Knot Yours, a line of dog and cat toys and accessories they make by hand. Find items at their Mother Road Market boutique or online at knotyours.shop.

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From now until Christmas, the bakers at Merritt’s Bakery will concoct around 5,000 pies.

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Built in 1923, the National Bank of Commerce Building at 10 E. Third St. is one of Tulsa’s most historical edifices. The eight-story structure covers 48,000 square feet and was designed by Wight and Wight Architects of Kansas City, which also conceived the Harwelden Mansion, and was construc…

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Three mobile veterinarians end pets’ suffering in the comfort of their homes.

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At the 1953 International Petroleum Exposition, a towering golden statue resembling an oilfield worker made its first appearance at the Tulsa Fairgrounds. The giant, nicknamed “The Golden Driller,” was funded by Mid-Continent Supply Co. and became a hit.

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On any given night in Tulsa, a group of volunteers is on the streets rounding up community cats, stray felines that take up residence anywhere and everywhere within the city limits. 

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For 15 years, Cory Williams has been uploading videos to YouTube on his channel SMP Films, which stands for “Simple Minded People.” Though he had a substantial following the first couple years, his 2007 video “The Mean Kitty Song,” featuring his cat Sparta, went viral. It has over 91 million…

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As in-person nonprofit fundraisers were put on hold or shifted to an online format, the organizations and the event planners behind them adjust to fundraising and special events. 

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Bake a pie or buy a pie — it doesn’t matter. Just get one. Pie is the dessert of the season.

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Tulsa’s animal shelter is being reorganized and renovated, according to City of Tulsa officials. Owned and operated by the City, the animal shelter, 3031 N. Erie Ave., is separate from animal control field operations and law enforcement, which also are City functions.

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Sixth Day Snacks is a family business making small-batch salsa, hummus, candied jalapeños and granola bites 

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As we embrace fall, is anything better than a piping cup or bowl of some savory soup?