At a time when businesses are struggling to fill any number of staff positions, these six retailers will never have to worry about greeter turnover.
Floats and fanfare
When $100 is spent at a small business, $48 stays in the community, compared to only $14 at a big-box store, according to the Small Business Administration.
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.
“Mamas Don’t Let Your Cowboys Grow Up to Be Racists” Honkytonk Lager is an American-style pilsner.
Fall baking has a coziness and warmth about it that makes us appreciate the season.
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…
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…
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 …
Tulsa’s music scene is as vibrant as it is varied. With venues ranging from dive bars and honky-tonks to theaters and an arena, there’s live music every night of the week in this town. Here are a few spots you’re sure to catch a jam session nearly any day of the week. Ready to listen?
Conversations between a mother and daughter during the pandemic lock down last year sparked the idea for a new line of colorful tote bags.
From March 2020 to May 2021, 4.5 million pounds of food exchanged hands via Food on the Move’s large-scale drive-through giveaways for Tulsans experiencing food insecurity.
Fire Station No. 7 has sat at East Sixth Street and South Lewis Avenue since 1921. Firefighters worked out of the existing station until the early 2000s, but today the art deco spot houses the architectural firm KSQ Design.
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…
As winter approaches and we prepare our outdoor spaces for the cold, Mark Roberts, owner and founder of Birdhouses by Mark, is building refuge for the birds.
Since its 2007 founding, Folds of Honor has donated 35,000 educational scholarships totaling more than $160 million to spouses and children of fallen and disabled service members.
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…
This issue of TulsaPeople marks the 35th anniversary of the magazine. The inaugural issue was published in November 1986, and this one is number 420 if you are counting.
With over 50 years as a performer, musician Ann Bell is an incredible presence on stage; passion, energy and humor complement her extraordinary voice. A founding member of the iconic Tulsa Sound. She toured with names like Leon Russell, Joe Cocker and Richie Havens, among many others. This f…
For both Michelle and Tom Morris, owning and operating Pictures Plus, 4301 E. 31st St., was a second career.
She is the first woman to hold the position of ABC News London Bureau chief in 40 years.
On a late summer evening in September, Ginny Myers Sain celebrated the launch of her highly anticipated novel “Dark and Shallow Lies” with friends and fans at Philbrook Museum of Art.
Dennis R. Neill Equality Center hosting the event on Nov. 13.
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, …