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Cats, Gods and Casting Spells

Tulsa Opera presents its final show of the season, Don Giovanni, composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and sung in Italian with English supertitles. Performances...

An Unusual Ambassador

Nestled in northeastern Oklahoma, an unforgettable, almost magical farm cultivates and cares for some of nature’s most beautiful creatures – butterflies. The Euchee Butterfly Farm...

Panang Thai

This eatery, family-owned since 2007 with four locations in metropolitan OKC, has refined Thai cuisine, such as the red curry for which it’s named...

The Next Steep Up in Bathing

Floating and steeping luxuriously like a tea bag in a mug of hot water isn’t exactly what mercantiler Channing Winblad had in mind when...

Country, R&B and Pop

Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City sizzles this month. Country musician Kenny Chesney peforms May 4, followed by 1990s boy-band sensation New Kids on...

Finding the Rhythm

May brings world-class ballet to northeastern Oklahoma as Tulsa Ballet’s Signature Series: From Ballet to Broadway promises a spectacular finale to its season, which...

A Musical Testament to Steinbeck

Unlike a lot of his fellow Oklahomans, drummer, composer and music teacher Jared Johnson didn’t encounter John Steinbeck’s masterwork, The Grapes of Wrath, during...

Ti Amo Ristorante Italiano

Generations of Tulsans choose the old-world charm of Ti Amo Ristorante Italiano with traditional dishes at its South Tulsa and downtown locations. Favorites include...

Be a Bad Axe

At some point, you’ve probably thrown a bowling ball down a lane, but an axe … not so much. That has changed in Oklahoma. Often...

Yin and Yang of Instruction

According to Donna Gradel, teaching is a science and an art. “It’s the artist who inspires and creates an atmosphere of innovation for their students,”...
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