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Irish in Name Only

In the month of St. Patrick, when millions tap their Irish roots (real or imagined), one might yearn for a place like Ardmore in...

Letter From the Editor

Oklahoma Magazine delivers another fine lading of intriguing articles about Oklahoma and Oklahomans from across our fair state, and a wedding guide that will...

Ohio State Bound

Gloria Mutiri excels in just about every sport available to girls at Charles Page High School in Sand Springs. But it’s her prowess on...

Building Collaboration

Whether making new structures or making structures new, KKT Architects looks to bring people together. By creating spaces for people to come together and...

The Bear Facts

Sightings of black bears in Broken Arrow, Wewoka and Ada in 2015 led to discussions about the animals moving out of their preferred forests...

Pinball Wizards

Once upon a time, pinball was considered to be quite literally sinful. Banned for more than 30 years as a “gambling device” – most famously...

A Scar That Teaches

Anniversaries don’t always bring pleasant memories. Some dates on the calendar remind us of horrific episodes, leaving us to shake our heads with disbelief....

A Coz Fore Celebration

Cary Cozby, director of golf at Southern Hills Country Club in Tulsa, is grateful to have won a top award in his profession, but...

Forensic Teachings

The School of Forensic Sciences at Oklahoma State University’s Center for Health Sciences in Tulsa offers its graduate students an experience that can be...

Okla-hohoho-ma Traditions

Cities across the country transform each December into festive winter wonderlands in celebration of the holiday season. From our small towns to our metropolitan...
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