All posts tagged "featured"

  • TAC@AHHA

    Opens Friday, Aug. 22 The official opening is a few weeks away, but art appreciators can get an early look at this year’s Tulsa Artists’...

  • Akira Sushi Bar

    Going out for sushi can feel like an event, which isn’t necessarily bad. But sometimes you’d rather skip the reservations or the wait for seating...

  • Destined For Greatness

    Nicole Ku’ulei-lani Flett The Oklahoma School of Science and Mathematics Attending: Harvard University Major: Computer science and art What are your career plans? To design, code, and...

  • Pushing To Extremes

    Oklahoma native Dr. Amanda Stevens has been pushing her body to its limits since she was a child, and now she has reached her own...

  • Across The Lake

    Established in the 1940s as a hunters’ haven, Lake Aluma is now a year-round enclave in northeast Oklahoma City. On the pristine lake circled by...

  • 20 Objects That Shape Oklahoma

    Acrocanthosaurus atokensis (“High-spined lizard from Atoka”) Museum of the Red River Idabel This carnivorous dinosaur (theropod) was first discovered in early-mid Cretaceous deposits (125-100 million...

  • Dancing With Grace

    Like many other 19-year-olds, V. Kyle Tyson has spent the summer preparing for college, finding a place to live, choosing her classes and worrying about...

  • The Swingin’ Days

    A vacation trip prevents drummer Don Hartzell from making a Friday morning gig at Reed Community Center, but the four other musicians who gather in...

  • Lacking Libido

    Sexual health is an important yet often overlooked part of total health. Some believe sexual decline is a natural part of aging, but it doesn’t...

  • “Opening Abstraction” and “Identity & Inspiration”

    Continuing Philbrook Downtown continues its inaugural exhibitions Opening Abstraction and Identity & Inspiration as the Brady Arts District gallery heads long into its second year....