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Okie at Heart

James Pepper Henry, the new executive director of the Gilcrease Museum, has an impressive work history, as associate director for the Smithsonian’s National Museum...

A Life In Signatures

Bob Burke’s law office is like a museum. The Oklahoma City attorney with a long history of battling for worker’s compensation reform and enforcement...

Author of the “What Ifs?”

At 42, Edmond native and author Tammi Sauer makes her living thinking like a kid. More specifically, she makes her living imagining like a...

The Power Of Lights

For a person who really didn’t like hanging Christmas lights when he was a child, Chuck Downs has made a big turnaround. His family’s...

The Experience of the Mother Road

In the 1920s, the future Father of Route 66, Tulsan Cyrus Avery, convinced the Interstate Highway Commission to take the proposed new highway through...

Giving The Gift

Most Tulsa residents have seen a sculpture by Rosalind Cook, an artist with more than 30 public works in the city who will be...

Extraordinary Hannah

At an age when most children proclaimed they wanted to be astronauts or the president when they grew up, children’s book author and illustrator...

Home Is Where The Art Is

Tulsa art collector Tom Rink lives in an 828-square-foot apartment, but that has not stopped him from collecting countless paintings and sculptures to display. The...

Preserving Old North

Old North Tower, a revered icon at the University of Central Oklahoma, is undergoing a multimillion dollar renovation that will give the building a...

Native Son

Born in Ethiopia, raised in Austin, Texas, and now a resident of Norman, Eyakem Gulilat has been many places and navigated many life situations....