Culture

  • Country Haven

    What was once a wooded setting for raising polo ponies is now a grand, country estate in northwest Oklahoma City. Jerry Ellis and Gina Volturo-Ellis...

  • Building on a Dream

      It was healthy competition that drew Shannon Thomas into the world of bodybuilding. “I saw one of my old high school football buddies at...

  • Political Outsider

      Publicity material for Politically Incoherent, a new disc from Oklahoma’s Mike Hardeman, calls it “a contemporary cousin” of The First Family, that trailblazing 1962...

  • Winter White

      Whites are everywhere this winter, from runways to vanities. Some of the latest and greatest in the world of beauty conjure the image of...

  • Medium For Change

      Narciso Arguelles is an Oklahoma visual artist who uses any art medium necessary to dictate the issues that are important to indigenous, Latino and...

  • Down on the 101

    When George Washington Miller (“G.W.”) first saw the tall bluestem grass and wild rye spread across northeastern Oklahoma in 1879, he didn’t just see prairie...

  • Bringing the Undead to Life

    An Oklahoma-born special effects guru brings disfigurement to some of Hollywood’s most popular television shows and movies.

  • New Year Review

    While many might consider the beginning of a new year primarily a chance to work on self-improvement resolutions, it is also a good time to...

  • Oklahomans of the Year

    It isn’t an easy task to be recognized as an Oklahoman of the Year by Oklahoma Magazine. After all, ours is a state whose history...

  • The State of Estates

    Lottie Stevens runs a successful estate sale and appraisal company in Tulsa. Photo by Casey Hanson.   Estate sales are like the older, wiser sister...