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Motherhood could be described as equal parts joy, exhaustion, love and fear. 

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“The Perinatal Experience” is a one-day, five-hour course bringing together professionals to help parents — especially mothers — navigate life after delivering a child.

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Make the grocery list. Find a costume for the school play. Schedule dental appointments. Bake the birthday cake. For most moms, the list goes on and on. 

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After a long day in the office, sometimes the only thing that will cheer you up is a heaping helping of ice cream. Look no further than Candy Castle, where guests can choose from a dozen flavors for a cone, sundae, shake, float or flight. The Deco District shop, located across the street fro…

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In need of a quick, one pan, weeknight dinner that will make everyone in the house happy, full and ready to take on homework, laundry and the myriad other things to be done? This recipe, adapted from eatingwell.com, is a go-to for my family of four.

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Linda Pulver was a student at Oklahoma State University when a friend gave her a handwritten pack of Scriptures that changed her life.

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Tulsa pioneer Simon Jankowsky was a Russian immigrant who entered the United States in 1882 at age 16. After becoming an American citizen, he headed to the boomtowns of the West, eventually finding Indian Territory. Jankowsky opened Palace Clothiers, a men’s clothing supplier, at the center …

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Tulsa’s mother-daughter duo Jeannie McDaniel and Theresa Smith have set a monumental goal of running a marathon in all 50 states by 2023. They’re well on their way, having run marathons in 34 and 31 states respectively.

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Tulsan Jeanne Jacobs and Sweet Tooth Candy and Gift Co. have partnered to support Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma.

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Tulsa and Oklahoma City business leaders partner to launch VEST to help women in positions of authority connect in order to learn and grow professionally.

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Living Arts of Tulsa’s recurring “Oh, Tulsa” opens its sixth exhibition Sept. 3. The title of the show is open for interpretation, but Sina McLin, gallery and communications manager at Living Arts of Tulsa, says the show is meant to be a love letter to the city. The biennial show first opene…

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Most of us love our tomatoes. It’s fun and rewarding to grow them from seedlings into fruit-bearing machines. Growing tomatoes is a great way to get the kids involved in nature. Homegrown tomatoes are less expensive and taste better than store-bought. 

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Like most country music artists, Kaitlin Butts calls Nashville home. However, her roots remain in Tulsa where she graduated from Union High School in 2011 before attending college in Oklahoma City at the University of Central Oklahoma’s Academy of Contemporary Music in Bricktown.

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Maryann Donahue came to Global Gardens as a grant writer in 2012. Since 2016, she has been executive director for the organization that teaches science and peace education to students across Tulsa through hands-on gardening.

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Local couple receives stable housing after experiencing homelessness.