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Always On the Go

One Friday evening, Joel Bein, with a boyish grin that deserves to be trademarked, accepted the applause of a well-heeled audience at a charity...

Something to Crow About

Despite the Dust Bowl and the middle of the Great Depression, Oklahoma City was a surprisingly hopping spot for new businesses and ventures. In...

A State Not Tilting at Windmills

Before gargantuan, high-tech turbines dotted Oklahoma’s plains, pioneers harnessed wind energy with wooden-and-metal contraptions that allowed them to survive. Many are still in use...

Revolucion Taqueria & Cantina

“Mexican for all” is the motto and mission at Revolucion Taqueria & Cantina, known for a quick, inexpensive brunch or lunch. A $12 lunch...

Party in the U.S.A.

For Americans’ favorite holiday, you’re probably looking for tasty, colorful and on-theme eats that will make you the talk of the family get-together or...

The Hits Keep Coming

July heat brings the hottest acts to Tulsa’s BOK Center with singer/songwriter Michael Bublé on July 15; pop sensation Shawn Mendes on July 20;...

Neon, Streets and Passports

Through July 21, Roadside Neon at Tulsa’s 108 Contemporary features the work of neon artist Todd Sanders, who depicts the Route 66 landscape with...

Knitting a Calming Niche

Camaraderie. Charity. Creativity. All are themes that come up when Oklahomans talk about how they can get attached to balls of yarn and shiny sets...

Circle’s Birthday Festival

Around Town A Tulsa gem celebrates its 91st anniversary this month with the second Circle Cinema Film Festival, July 11-15. Just like last year’s inaugural...

Cowboy Up … Again and Again

It appears that Blake Jarwin is simply destined to remain a Cowboy. The Tuttle native first walked on at Oklahoma State University as a blocking...
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