A Moment of Wonder

Those who have visited the Center of the Universe in downtown Tulsa in the past year are already familiar with Grace Grothaus Grimm’s art,...

Home Is Where the Art Is

Many Oklahoma children who are passionate about the arts dream of attending the Oklahoma Arts Institute at Quartz Mountain each summer. Years ago, a...

A Unified Tulsa

In the current era of political divisiveness and fighting, is it possible to run a campaign based solely on making Tulsa a better city?...

Finding a New Solution

Darrell Weaver knows what the drug problem in Oklahoma looks like. He looked it in the face every day for more than 28 years...

An Inspirational Voice

“Do you feel big and strong when you make me feel small. Does it give you joy to see me when my back’s against...

Life In Full Speed

Joe Andoe no longer lives in Tulsa, but a little piece of Tulsa resides in everything he paints. Take one of his more recent exhibits,...

Painting The Past

Paint-stained hands hug a cup of coffee after more than a month of 14-hour days. “I’ve never done anything like this,” Erin Turner, a freelance...

Gist Gets It

Tulsa native Dr. Deborah Gist will soon wield the Tulsa Public Schools district’s half-a-billion-dollar annual budget and lead more than 7,000 staff members that...

Easy Rider

Sage Kimzey might be only the second rookie in history to win the National Finals Rodeo championship, but he’s hardly a newcomer to the...

Budding Business

Artisan shops are popping up everywhere, online and in traditional brick and mortar businesses, catering to eager customers looking for products that offer a...
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