The Power Of Lights

For a person who really didn’t like hanging Christmas lights when he was a child, Chuck Downs has made a big turnaround. His family’s...

A Fair Representation

Some Oklahomans leave their state at the earliest chance. Others bemoan its perceived deficiencies but remain residents, never finding the opportunity or marshaling the...

Home Is Where The Art Is

Tulsa art collector Tom Rink lives in an 828-square-foot apartment, but that has not stopped him from collecting countless paintings and sculptures to display. The...

Hannah Can

Hannah Hewett describes herself as “a bit of a diva,” but perhaps she has a reason: She is an award-winning athlete at the age...

Giving The Gift

Most Tulsa residents have seen a sculpture by Rosalind Cook, an artist with more than 30 public works in the city who will be...

A Life In Signatures

Bob Burke’s law office is like a museum. The Oklahoma City attorney with a long history of battling for worker’s compensation reform and enforcement...

The Open Spaces

Her radio show On Being commands an international audience, yet Krista Tippett, who grew up in Shawnee, left Oklahoma with no such ambitions. The...

Close to the Bone

“I bought my very first picture at a shop in Atoka, (Okla.) right before I stopped for fries and a Coke.” This is where Rabbi...

The Art Of Music

Darrin Davis is director of bands for Broken Arrow Public Schools. Now in his 21st year with the program, he oversees a staff of...

The Innocence Advocate

Tiffany Murphy helps exonerate the wrongly convicted.
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