Gaining Altitude

Airports in Oklahoma are only going up. Oklahoma’s travels options are soaring with upgrades and additional routes at the state’s two major airfields – Tulsa...

Not Just Horsin’ Around

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE Oklahoma is known for its horse sense. That idiom goes well beyond residents’ straight talk and practicality and extends to the impact that the...

Crawls for All

Directors of art walks in Tulsa, Oklahoma City and Norman are sold on these monthly events as ways to expose residents to the creative...

Bold Distinctions

INCLUDING BONUS ONLINE QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS  GUBERNATORIAL ELECTION AT A GLANCE In-person early voting 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Nov. 1-2 and 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Nov. 3 at all 77...

Dracula’s Ghost

I’ve written in this space before about monster kids, those baby-boomer boys (mostly) who grew up immersed in the golden era of escapist horror...

The Ranch Lady

Western artist Dallas Mayer is a self-described ranch lady with the requisite horse, boots, 10-gallon hat and Oklahoma twang that comes with a life...

A Mile-High Hurler

Considering that Jon Gray is 6-foot-4, it seems fitting that the towering pitcher throws for the Colorado Rockies in Denver, the city with the...

Not a Baaaaad Treat

The familiar “I scream, you scream” chant applies here – frozen dessert lovers across the country scream for Billy Goat Ice Cream Co. In a...

Rational, Ethical Passion

On Sept. 1, 1939, Marian Piotr Opala was an 18-year-old student living with his parents in Lodz, Poland, when he heard that Germans had...

Orphaned Oil Wells

The oil pump jack is a symbol of Oklahoma. Found throughout the state, moving up and down, the pump brings oil to the surface...
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