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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...

Light and Love

Night Light Tulsa meets under the bridge at Maybelle Avenue and Brady Street every Thursday night to serve the homeless and low-income communities. It...

Vinyl Revival

The retro renaissance has older generations dusting off their albums and millennials flipping through LPs at record stores instead of browsing iTunes. At Chimera...

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...

The Ghost Wears Green

A chilling ghost story always starts with a mysterious, gruesome murder. This is certainly the case of Avard’s Woman in Green. Mildred Anne Reynolds, formerly Anne...

Uniquely Oklahoma

El Reno’s Grascar races are certainly a unique cultural phenomenon, but it’s not the most well-known event in this city of just more than...

Beautiful Music

“Everyone starts with lyrics, melody and chord,” says Michael Bendure, co-founder of the Songwriters Association of Norman, SWAN for short. “A successful song really marries...

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,...

Tracing Roots

Today, social media dominates the landscape of human connection. People take to Facebook, Twitter and other platforms to get updates on their growing family...

Global Innovation

An international meeting of the minds is about to take place in the Sooner State. “This year’s event will be the second time Oklahoma has...