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...
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An Oklahoma Vision for 2049

A giant airport for conventional and hypersonic jets. A station for bullet trains or hyperloop pods. Launch pads for satellite delivery and space tourists. Stands for sky...

Faudree’s Legacy Lives

Interior designer, renowned expert in traditional French country decor, author and philanthropist Charles Faudree left an enduring legacy for the city of Tulsa after...

At the Corner of Hope and Reality

If you live in Tulsa, you may have seen Emeka Nnaka, a motivational speaker and advocate for those with physical challenges. The Georgia native...

Back to Aartvark

It was the coveted purse of a newborn fowl that first drew Keith Whitfield to the art world.  “Only in Oklahoma,” says Whitfield, who owns...

A New Dawn for Queenie’s

Brian Hughes never fell out of love with Queenie’s, even though it’s been 20 years since he worked at the Tulsa eatery. So, when...

Cultivating Creative Collaboration

David Littlefield, chief operating officer at Littlefield Agency, wanted to create a fresh, upscale image at the Tulsa advertising firm’s headquarters that would inspire...

Going Solo in the Red Dirt

It’s hard to believe that a new CD and LP – The Brad James Band at Fellowship Hall (Horton Records) – is the first-ever...

Training Feathered Dragons

Falconry is often thought of as the extinct hobby of medieval knights, yet hunting with birds of prey thrives in the state. Lauren McGough, an...

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...
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