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In May 2006, Oklahoma became the last state to legalize tattooing. (The practice had been banned for 43 years because of hepatitis outbreaks in the early ’60s.) Starting Nov. 1, 2006, with new health standards in place, local artists wasted no time taking needle to ink. A decade later, there…

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When members of a men’s Bible study at Trinity Episcopal Church started making sandwiches for some of downtown’s homeless population in 1978, they didn’t imagine where their service would lead. 

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1. Woodland Hills Mall celebrated its 15th birthday in 1991 with a birthday party benefiting children at the Day Center for the Homeless. Woodland Hills General Manager Mark Hunter presented Day Center Executive Director Sandra Holden with a computer for use by the Day Center children in thi…

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Singer/songwriter Brandee Hamilton and producer Joel Wade have formed an unlikely partnership that is taking Hamilton’s sound and image to the next level. 

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The mystery and power of severe weather has captivated Leslie Martin since she was a young girl in central Oklahoma. She remembers storms threatening her hometown of Paden only to veer off at the last minute and damage other communities.

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When it comes to communicating, Chris Payne is a pro. He has  more than 20 years of experience in the field and is a past Public Relations Professional of the Year, an honor bestowed by the Tulsa Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America. 

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For the 10th year, the Cattle Baron’s Ball seeks to bring hope to people fighting for their lives. The American Cancer Society (ACS) hosts the annual event to raise money for cancer care, research and surgery in Tulsa and beyond.  

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Former longtime meteorologist Frank Mitchell used to warn the public to take cover when severe weather approached. Now, he helps people prepare for life’s potential storms in his role as a financial advisor for Edward Jones.

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At the peak of the baseball card craze of the late ’80s and early ’90s, 30-some baseball card shops were scattered around the Tulsa metro area.

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When the Tulsa Foundation for Architecture organized a fall 2015 walking tour of the eclectic Reservoir Hill neighborhood in north Tulsa, the group’s leadership wasn’t sure what to expect. 

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Most high school athletes would be more than pleased to win a single state championship. For Eugene Grayson III of Glenpool, claiming state running championships has become a habit.

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Calling FlyingTee a driving range is like calling the Masters a social event. Open since June 6, the 53,000-square-foot, three-story facility is home to 60 golf bays, three restaurants, a beer garden and meeting rooms. 

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There was a time when Lynn Powell and Rita Boyle presumed people in prison deserved what they got. Or, they simply didn’t give it much thought at all.

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Fort Worth is often lumped in with the Dallas metroplex, but this city has its own distinctive history and personality. Don’t get lost in the Big D — keep driving till you reach wild Fort Worth. 

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Kale has gained popularity as a vegetable and, more recently, as a fall or spring bedding plant.

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Chances are, you’re reading this when it’s still quite warm (if not hot) outside.We’re all wishing for cooler temperatures, the turning of the leaves, the slow-down of the fall season. Let’s collectively will fall to hurry its arrival by imbibing Perfect Circle cocktails at MixCo, located at…

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Keeping up with Tulsa’s restaurant scene can be a full-time job. And for the week of Sept. 10-19, foodies will be working overtime to dine in Tulsa’s best kitchens during Restaurant Week. 

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The lunch hour is a chance to escape the office or cubicle, but it’s not always a time to get away from work. Working lunches take place wherever there are sandwiches, iced tea and coffee — across tabletops, bars and booths.

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Ismael Ortiz’s dream came true when he opened Taino’s, a Puerto Rican and Caribbean restaurant, in spring 2016.

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Bin 35 Bistro opened earlier this year, and its Crispy Chicken Club ($12) is already rising to the top of the lunch menu as a diner favorite. Juicy chicken is sandwiched between a toasted brioche bun and served with avocado, bacon, tomato, red onion, lettuce and spicy aioli. We added the hou…