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Life Beneath the Streets

Narrow tunnels beneath Tulsa’s and Oklahoma City’s downtowns are well-used – sometimes in ways the builders might never have envisioned. In Tulsa, 9-to-5ers can take...

Eating Out Keeps Dough in State

When you’re away from home, the need for a meal is often inevitable, so you find yourself sitting down at a popular joint or...

A Dairy Day Diary

If you ever wondered how Braum’s makes all those delicious goodies stocked in its stores, you can find out firsthand. Braum’s Farms in Tuttle offers...

Fresh Produce on Your Doorstep

It’s no small task to provide weekly produce deliveries to 1,200 lovers of farm-fresh food, but Local Farm OK makes it happen, and co-owner...

A Slow Recovery

The 2018 baseball season was a milestone for Oklahoma City native Andrew Heaney. Heaney, 27, made 30 starts for the Los Angeles Angels and went...

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...

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...

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...

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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