All posts tagged "featured"

  • A Young Man’s Legacy

    In 1983 Sean Marsee had everything going for him. It was his senior year at Talihina High School, and he was a track star, winner...

  • 100 Things To Do This Summer In Oklahoma

    1. Gaze at the fireworks over ONEOK Field and downtown after the Tulsa Drillers’ Friday night games. 2. Cheer for contestants in the dance competition...

  • June Scene

  • Nations At Play

    Oklahoma native Jim Thorpe left a lasting legacy in the sports world. Recognized for winning gold medals for the pentathlon and decathlon in the 1912...

  • Reflections Of Detail

    When you design an interior, it doesn’t have to be decorated,” says Kent Oellien, president of Oellien Design Inc. An example of his philosophy is...

  • Okie Expats

    In 1918, a group of Oklahomans living in Washington, D.C., including Thomas Gore, Oklahoma’s first senator, decided to found an organization that would, according to...

  • A Generation’s Voice

    Even in Oklahoma, a state noted for its large American Indian population, few are familiar with the term “Red Power.” This often-overshadowed movement of the...

  • The Human Canvas

    For a sparsely populated area in the mountainous region of southeastern Oklahoma, Atoka County has produced a pretty nice batch of notables, including 1930s mystery...

  • Dramatic Transformations

    New Beginnings In White As designer Mel Bean, co-owner of Austin Bean Design Studio, discusses the renovation plans for this midtown Tulsa home, she gives...

  • Toasting The Arts

    There’s a science to the art of winemaking. The scientific, technical side has been practiced for thousands of years – smash grapes and add yeast...