Coping with ‘Stress Eating’

When emotionally taxing situations arise, many people may bury their strong feelings in pints of ice cream or mounds of mashed potatoes. This practice,...

Henna, suds, balloons and jokes

Immerse yourself in exotic culture at India Fest on Aug. 24 at Tulsa’s Expo Square. The event touts authentic food, clothing, henna tattoos, art,...

The New You

Simply Unshakable

When     Malik “Shake” Milton left Southern Methodist University for the NBA after his junior year, the Owasso High School graduate knew exactly what to expect. Selected...

Sara Ivey

A transplant from New Mexico, Sara Ivey fosters a passion for environmental education that has led her to several jobs in our state. After...

Into the Wild … with Caution

Oklahoma’s varied topography lends itself to an array of outdoor activities, but it’s hard to get more primative than simply throwing on a backpack,...
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Fifty Years of Family

Picture it, 50 years ago. Tulsa was the oil capital of the world, and in the working-class neighborhoods that ringed the city, people knew...

Not Missing Her Shot

The headline-making, record-breaking, award-winning Broadway smash Hamilton offers a timely look at our nation’s past and present … and an Oklahoma native plays a...

Museum Exhibitions

State museums and galleries have an array of exhibitions, with subjects ranging from the ancient to the contemporary. The Tulsa Artist Fellowship and Gilcrease Museum...

Bill & Ruth’s Finds A New Home

Many Tulsans were concerned when QuikTrip bought the southeast corner of Lewis Avenue and 15th Street and dislodged the flagship Bill & Ruth’s Cherry...
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