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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...

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...

Eager for a Berry Good Harvest

Norman Asher loves everything about blackberry season, but a few parts stand out more than others. He gets a big kick out of seeing the...

Western Swing Savant

In February 1934, a Texas expatriate named Bob Wills brought his ragtag group of musicians to Tulsa, where they auditioned for a slot on...

A Haven for Second Chances

Arriving at Le Jardin Eatery in Bixby, you’ll probably find the hostess in the midst of some impromptu dance moves. Leaving, you and others...

On the Road to Tipperary

The Creek County community of Shamrock, some say, is nothing more than a ghost town, yet every Wednesday 50 or more kids show up...

Brewing a New Medium

For Tulsa native Karen Eland, coffee is more than a pick-me-up in the morning; it’s part of her unique art. Eland, who resides in Oregon,...

Framing the Future

Jeff Green has a specific vision for his company, Barnwood USA. It has a lot to do with his faith, a popular product, a...

A Heart for Others

From the inspirational legacy of a beloved baby boy to prolific blood donations of a grandfather, the family members of Tulsa native and broadcaster...

Dribbling to the Bank

For college basketball aficionados, March Madness provides ecstasy and heartbreak. For employers, it often leads to lost productivity. And for cities hosting games this month,...
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