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Tulsa’s skyline is one-of-a-kind. At night, the illumination not only highlights the world-famous Art Deco buildings, but also celebrates the city today.

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For 17-year-old Moises Echeverria, Camp Anytown was a transformative experience because it became his life. It began when his high school counselor invited the quiet student to attend the leadership and diversity program facilitated by the Oklahoma Center for Community and Justice (OCCJ).

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Three Tulsa restaurants were named in Wine Spectator’s 2017 Restaurant Awards for the best wine selections.

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If you’re a fan of Farrell Family Bread, you might have met manager Rick Miller at the bakery, 8034 S. Yale Ave., or at the Cherry Street Farmers’ Market, where customers stand in line for focaccia, sourdough and whatever else he has made.

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From time to time, we all get in a lunch rut, ordering the same dishes at the same places. Luckily, Tulsa has had a run of new restaurants with great lunch menus. Here are some of our favorites.

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A nip and tuck here, a suction there. Although it sounds simple, cosmetic surgery is anything but. In many cases, these are invasive treatments and surgeries with permanent and profound results.

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Here in Green Country, we Tulsans take pride in our lawns. We essentially have two kinds of turf in our yards: warm-weather grass and cool-weather grass. Here are some tips for keeping both thick and green.

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Tulsa has many grand and noteworthy homes. Many of those reside in the historic neighborhoods of Maple Ridge and Brady Heights, which will each host home tours this month.

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Get in the spirit of the year’s most haunting holiday with colorful gifts for your four-legged friends.

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Soon after Karen and Carlin Conner moved to Tulsa from Germany, they were invited to an Oklahoma Project Woman Pink Ribbon fundraiser by former event chairs Shelly and Alan Armstrong.

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Go south for timeless fun, pick a pumpkin right off the vine or get lost in a "corn maze" in the middle of town. The Tulsa metro area offers plenty of seasonal activities for families at these family-owned pumpkin patches.

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When Ted Hinson became blind from an infection in his optic nerve at age 27, he was determined not to let the setback control his life.

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The first Tulsa Run in 1978 started with barely 1,000 participants running 15K. In later years, a 5K and 2K were added. Now finishers average 7,500-8,500 over the three distances of the run, which celebrates its 40th anniversary Oct. 28.

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This fall, Family and Children’s Services celebrates 20 years of caring with the anniversary of its Care Card fundraiser.