If these were ordinary times for high school athletics, audiences would be watching multiracial teams and considering it an ordinary sight.
Countless women in Tulsa have worked for decades to build the city’s arts
What better way is there to celebrate womankind than showcasing her amazing contributions to the arts? At least that’s the thinking of Jerica Wortham, founder and CEO of J’Parle’ and organizer of Queendom.
Does writing have the power to change lives? Ellen Stackable believes it does. As co-founder and executive director of the Tulsa-based nonprofit Poetic Justice, Stackable has spent the past six years helping incarcerated women find their voices and maybe even change their lives in the process.
Ten years into a strong career in the corporate world, Tulsa native Alyssa Rosenheck received life-altering news: She was diagnosed with cancer. “That was the first time I really created space for stillness and asked myself what I personally wanted in my life. And I knew it wasn’t what I was…
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The skunky sweet smell of fresh cannabis hangs in the air as workers trim and tend to plants at Heartland Farms’ new building, an expansion from its current location, both south of Tulsa. The staff has grown to 27 people.
Lex Taylor started skating on a roller derby team in 2017 and took those skills to the skate park. After having a few less than ideal incidents of sexism at a skate park as a woman skating, she made her own skate ramp in her garage to avoid the awkwardness.
Sometimes the world isn’t all sunshine and rainbows. Not even for Muriel Fahrion, who has made her living in just that.
Local record shop Studio Records, 320 S. Trenton Ave., celebrated its first anniversary this summer in the throes of the pandemic.
Andrea Leitch created A New Lady, a jewelry line inspired by women throughout history, while living in Washington, D.C., in 2017. It became a project through which she channeled her creativity and passion for history. Now back in Tulsa, Leitch makes each piece in her midtown home and sells t…
In a 1992 special election to fill the unexpired term of then-Mayor Rodger Randle, Susan Savage became the first female Tulsa mayor. In October of that year she found herself on the cover of TulsaPeople, a first of many to come for the third-generation Tulsan.