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The past two years have been an extraordinary challenge for leaders at every level of private, public and nonprofit organizations. When leaders excel, they help their organizations and our community be more resilient, adaptable and confront our greatest challenges.   

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Nearly everyone is at Mahogany for steak — and for good reason. But don’t miss out on the French onion soup. This is a steakhouse-style soup ($11) that tastes like it took hours to make. We love its decadence and crispy-cheesy gratin topping. The topping is undoubtedly the best part of Frenc…

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Tulsans missed one of the most beautiful restaurants in town in 2020 and part of 2021 when Kitchen 27 was closed. But it makes us all the more appreciative for this true gem now that it’s back and open for brunch, lunch and Friday night dinners.

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Truman is the 8-year-old labradoodle of Ranch Acres Wine and Spirits’ owner Emily Stewart. He’s also the mascot of the midtown liquor store, now in its 62nd year.

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I’m not much of a baker, except for special occasions or sentimental reasons. This simple recipe fits both. My husband, J.R., fondly remembers his mother, Shannon Phillips, making this raspberry coffee cake every Christmas morning to the soundtrack of “A Charlie Brown Christmas.” Since his p…

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My friend Susan posted a photo on Facebook from her home in St. Croix. She and friends were preparing for a night kayak on one of just 14 bioluminescent bays in the world. They were going out under the new moon, she explained, for maximum visibility of the dinoflagellates and baseball-sized …

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Tulsa Zoo hosted the 30th annual WALTZ on the Wild Side presented by the Hardesty Family Foundation on Sept. 17. More than 750 guests enjoyed cuisine from 27 local establishments, animal experiences, live entertainment and more. 

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Tulsa Press Club’s Press Your Luck, presented by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Oklahoma, was Sept. 23 at the TaulCoy Room, 1350 S. Boulder Ave.  

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Comfort Canines of Tulsa provide affection, comfort and support at local hospitals, assisted living centers, schools, rehab facilities and more.

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Who doesn’t love dinosaurs? It’s nice to learn about them in museums, but even better when you can learn about them — and even see their footprints — in their natural environment: Texas.

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When it’s cold and nasty outside, we go inside to stay warm, possibly by a fireplace. However, our feathered friends are not as fortunate and must overwinter outside. They might get lucky and find a barn or other shelter to avoid the bitter wind chill, but some simply must trust Mother Natur…

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It’s annual enrollment season for Medicare, the federal health insurance program for those age 65 and older. There are four parts of Medicare: Part A, hospital insurance; Part B, medical insurance; Part C, Medicare Advantage plans; and Part D, prescription drug coverage. There are also suppl…

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In May 1917, developers broke ground for the Wright Building, 115 W. Third St. The eight-story office building was one of the first of its size downtown devoted to commercial space rather than residential living. 

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The dogs of the Tulsa Police Department’s K9 Unit are trained for two things: to catch bad guys and to detect narcotics. And yes, they will bite.

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Three artistic director candidates for TCC’s Signature Symphony will conduct shows this season.

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Seeking some art as the weather gets cooler? Make sure to visit 108 Contemporary, 108 E. Reconciliation Way, before the end of the month to see “The Space Between,” an exhibition from Anita Fields (Osage) and Molly Murphy Adams (Oglala Lakota).

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Being named to the Oklahoma Hall of Fame is the state’s highest honor, according to staff at the 94-year-old OKHOF organization based at the Gaylord-Pickens Museum in Oklahoma City. Since the OKHOF’s inception in 1927, 714 accomplished individuals have received this commendation. This year, …