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Grass May Be Where It’s At

A 12,000-acre organic ranch just east of Sulphur might change your mind about what you eat for dinner. Peach Crest Ranch offers prairie-raised, grass-fed, antibiotic- and...

All Aboard

On the first Saturday of each month, the Green Country Model Railroaders’ Association meets at its club on Charles Page Boulevard in Tulsa to...

Life in the Bike Lane

You’ve probably seen them at the park, on your way to work, on a major highway, or a back road. Bicyclists are everywhere and,...

Letter From the Editor

The May issue of Oklahoma Magazine heralds summer fun and brings you stories of Oklahomans you’ll love as much as we do. From an...

Retro Rockets Roll

Because there are always stirrings and rumblings before something bursts into the mainstream, it’s often difficult to pinpoint the beginning of a pop-culture trend....

A Sunny Investment

People rely on electricity. Nearly every modern person needs it for even the most basic of daily functions, from cooking dinner and reading a...

Dodge the Vipers

Even a snake lover like Mike Porter acknowledges that fear can be real when encountering a slithering sack of venom on a tromp in...

Marketing His Journey

When Tulsa-born Gary “Litefoot” Davis began his career as a musician and actor, he knew he took a chance. “I resolved myself to this truth:...

Hamming It Up

Ham radio – formally known as amateur radio – operators basically have two reasons to participate in their hobby: provide emergency communication during a...

Carrying the Torch

Even for those who have endured atrocities, time leads to mortality. First-person accounts of horrors and survival ebb year after year … until voices...