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Sherlockians of Tulsa

Tales from 19th-century London are still alive in present-day Tulsa. Once a month, a group of dedicated fans of all ages and backgrounds sit at...

Osiyo

It’s the Cherokee word for “hello,” and now, it’s also the title of a television show. Osiyo, Voices of the Cherokee People is a monthly,...

Oklahoma Documentaries Come Home with Heartland Emmys

Two Oklahoma documentaries were awarded with Heartland Emmys last weekend in Denver. Boomtown: An American Journey won in the Best Historical Documentary category and...

Oz en Pointe

In celebration of its 60th year, Tulsa Ballet will premiere Dorothy and the Prince of Oz. Adapted from the 14th book in L. Frank...

Hearing the People Sing

When we conjure images of opera, several pictures may come to mind: glittering jewelry, tuxedos and top hats, the prestige of a seat in...

Channeling The Bard

Haley Grace Clark has a trait that many – especially The Bard – would extol but that worked against her in an important competition...

Aiming High

Sharp shooter. Leader. Pioneer. Celebrated markswoman of the Old West Annie Oakley was all of these and more. Many female innovators today channel Oakley’s courage...

Half A Century

The Five Civilized Tribes Museum stands tall atop Agency Hill at Honor Heights Park in Muskogee. The vintage 1870s sandstone building is like a...

Roping Pride

It’s not often that many Okies get a chance to see what daily life is like on a cattle ranch. Our state may be...

Haunted History

Fifteen years ago, the individuals who maintained the Fort Reno property needed to come up with a way to raise enough money to restore...