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The combination of meat, cheese, bun and veggies is something all these places do well, but it’s the twists, takes and toppings that make these burgers stand out.

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I could often say that working this job. The team here at TulsaPeople creates celebrations of all things Tulsa each month, but really, October 2021 has been a favorite for some time. We’ve been salivating over a beloved topic — burgers — for months as we planned this issue. We think you’ll a…

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Already a well-known restaurant hub, East First Street and South Elgin Avenue will soon have more to boast about: Elliot Nelson’s Santa Fe Square, set to open in 2024.

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More than 50 people participated in the Mah Jongg for Memories Play-Day on Aug. 19 at the Oaks Country Club. Activities at Tulsa’s mah jongg fundraisers generated $8,000 for the Alzheimer’s Association and included playing a version of the ancient Chinese game of mah jongg, lunch, a silent a…

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For Tulsa musicians Elizabeth Curtis and her husband, Carl, the pandemic presented numerous challenges and changes. Carl’s private lessons from home moved online and lost some students who didn’t want to take lessons in that format. It was a similar story for Elizabeth’s private studio. 

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I am impressed with myself lately, and all because I know an influencer. This came as a surprise to me because I didn’t know what an influencer is. I had to look it up. 

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The largest historic district in the United States is in Guthrie, Oklahoma’s territorial capital and home to numerous ghost stories and legends. Guthrie Ghost Walk takes visitors on a 90-minute journey to see the grand architecture and hear stories of heartbreak, bad luck, unexplained occurr…

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My love for this dish began in January, when I decided to learn how to cook plant-based meals. Its rich flavors reminded me of Indian-inspired meals from my home country, Uganda. East Africa has a vibrant Indian community that has fused its food traditions with the local cuisine over the years. 

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Since McNellie’s opened in 2004, it has been known for its wide selection of beers on tap and in bottles. Its downtown location has been the site of countless happy hours and pint nights.

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In 1915, after seven years of bureaucratic positioning on Tulsa’s behalf, construction finally began on a long-awaited federal building at the corner of West Second Street and South Boulder Avenue.

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The restaurant in Cain’s Ballroom has gone through several stages. It’s been a place to grab snacks during a show, a spot for late-night drinks, and a favorite for the downtown lunch crowd to stop by for brisket sandwiches and potato salad.