Coming Full Circle

For many people attracted to the arts, their college years are the final time they’re allowed to devote their energies toward what they really...

Where Stones Find Homes

Since its re-introduction to the Olympics in 1998, curling has gained popularity across the world, including in Oklahoma. You probably know it from watching on...

Maritime Mountain Meeting

There’s something enchanting about the idea of being on your own secluded island. In the 1950s musical South Pacific, Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein...

An Architectural Tribute

Imagine working in a corporate environment specifically designed to be user-friendly for its employees. That was the precise challenge the designers at HSE Architects in...

Keep the Spirit Alive

9 Steps for A Safe Snowstorm

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An Ounce of Prevention

Oklahomans of the Year

Surrealism, Intrigue & Risk

Around Town The most important film event of January is out of reach for most Oklahomans: The Sundance Film Festival takes place in Park City,...

A Divine Comedy

Celebrity Attractions brings the Broadway tour of The Book of Mormon to Tulsa for a limited engagement in January. This outrageous comedy follows a mismatched...

A Thunderous Lot of Games

Hitting the Trail Once Again

From Schmaltz to Satire

Closing Thoughts

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Ann Felton Gilliland

Ann Felton Gilliland, chief executive officer and chairwoman at the Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity, took over the organization in 1991, when it built two to three houses per year with little funding and...

Steve Whitaker

The Rev. Steve Whitaker, president, CEO and senior pastor of John 3:16 Mission in Tulsa, makes sure those facing homelessness feel cared for during the holidays. Whitaker is a 10th-generation minister who has worked...

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