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All things Oklahoma

Staying Gold on Broadway

In March 1943, the musical Oklahoma! – based on the play Green Grow the Lilacs by Claremore native Lynn Riggs – made its Broadway...

Your Inner Picasso

It’s been said that creating art can be good for the soul and for mental health, but what if you think you don’t have...

A Touch of Irish Magic

With March’s arrival, the green-themed holiday that’s a favorite for many also makes its appearance. St. Patrick’s Day, associated with Irish traditions, dance, music,...

Business is Booming

An aerial view of northeastern Oklahoma depicts the megalithic handiworks of heavy highway construction company Becco Contractors Inc. Projects range from highway and bridge...

Treasure Hunting

Henry Tankersley has a collection of items from late 19th and early 20th century drugstores – glassware, old advertising signs and even some antique...

Grace, Precision, Energy

Competitive figure skating is a captivating sport that demands a unique blend of grace, strength and precision. Behind the mesmerizing performances on the ice...

A Lot of Buzz

European honey bees are the most commonly used species as a U.S. pollinator. In fact, bees are used to pollinate over 100 commercially grown...

Spring Break Serenity

When March arrives, it usually brings some blessedly warmer weather with it. It’s also the month of spring break for the kiddos, which means...

Total Eclipse of the Sun

On April 8, Oklahomans will experience the Great North American Eclipse, which will last one hour, seven minutes and 58 seconds. As a total...

The Feminine Influence

Mallory Eagle says she fell in love with music “in the womb.” The story goes that when her mother was pregnant with her, she attended...

The Draws of Live Music

The live music experience is one that’s hard to match. Something about the atmosphere, hearing the music being played right in front of you...

A Farewell to Mr. Mystery

His name was Jim Millaway, but to a generation of Oklahomans, he was Sherman Oaks, or Mr. Mystery, or even sportscaster Stan Sharpe (“It’s...

A Future Worth Fighting For

“Combating racism is closely tied to combating misinformation,” says Raymond Doswell, Ed.D., the executive director of Greenwood Rising Black Wall Street History Center in...
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Posh Galore in St. Barts

What do you get when you mix a little Beverly Hills with a little Caribbean island? St. Barthélemy,  known as St. Barth to the...

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A Touch of Irish Magic

With March’s arrival, the green-themed holiday that’s a favorite for many also makes its appearance. St. Patrick’s Day, associated with Irish traditions, dance, music,...

Posh Galore in St. Barts

What do you get when you mix a little Beverly Hills with a little Caribbean island? St. Barthélemy,  known as St. Barth to the...

Taste

food, drink, and other pleasures

All the Little Details

When Oklahoma City’s newest steakhouse, Symmetry, opened in the Nichols Hills neighborhood, it was designed from the start to stand out. It excels with...

Can You Handle the Heat? 

"Don’t be a chicken – eat like a wolf." That’s the motto of the Tulsa-based restaurant Chicken and the Wolf, which offers its diners...

A Howling Good Time

El Coyote – a new bar and cantina in OKC’s Britton Town – is inspired by the aesthetic and flavors of Santa Fe, New...

Appease the Food

When Nook Ducre’s grandfather made square fried eggs with square biscuits, Nook thought it was the coolest thing he’d ever seen. He was five...

Irish Joints to Try

Mucker’s Pub and Eatery An Irish pub perfect for watching soccer, Mucker’s is located in OKC’s NW 23rd District. The joint uses 100 % beef...

No Compromises On Quality

“In India,” says Patchaiappan Murugavel, “everyone – parents, grandparents, children – is interested in cooking.”  He should know, he grew up in Pondicherry, a pleasant...

Nomad BBQ and Deli

Opened in January 2023 by husband and wife duo Drew Laden and Kathryn Holsten, Nomad BBQ and Deli boasts some of the tastiest smoked...
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Where & When

great things to do in oklahoma

Classics and New Twists

In Tulsa, the PAC welcomes a range of entertainment options to suit any taste. The month begins with American Theatre Company’s All The King’s...

America’s Pastime, Plus So Much More

A mixed bag of sporting events make March prime spectator time. In Tulsa, the Oilers can still be found on the BOK Center rink on...

Go Green

In Tulsa, prep your home for the warmer weather at Expo Square’s Greater Tulsa Home and Garden Show on March 7-10. Stick around the...

Much to Explore 

Art exhibitions run the gamut this month.  In Tulsa, make sure to catch Champagne & Chocolate at Living Arts before its run ends on March...

Cinema’s Heating Up

It’s March! Spring is almost here and will last approximately twenty minutes before the sweltering heat of summer makes another early appearance. However, there’s...

The Arts Rise from Hibernation

The Tulsa Performing Arts Center is full to the brim with performances this month. First, visit for Fantastique on Feb. 3. The show, created...

Basketball, Bulls and Brawls

Escape the dreary February cold with a variety of sporting events around the state. In Tulsa, the Oilers hockey team plays at home, the BOK...