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The Best of the Best 2022

Each year, we ask and you respond – enthusiastically, we might add – letting us know with your votes who really is The Best...

The Lap of Luxury

A Pop of Color Photos by Justin Miers Photography A show car garage, visible from inside the house through glass walls, is a great first impression...

Summertime Adventures

Arkansas  “There’s so much to do in Arkansas this summer, and you can find trip ideas and inspiration at arkansas.com,” says Leah DiPietro, deputy chief...

2022 Top Doctors

Healthcare professionals are crucial to the success of our state – evident in the last two years more than ever. To honor their work and dedication, Castle Connolly has put together an exclusive Top Doctors listing, showcasing Oklahoma’s brightest and most innovative physicians. After reviewing nominations from doctors, health systems and hospitals, Castle Connolly creates the listing with physicians in virtually every field of medicine. Read on for additional profiles with featured doctors, as well as a modicum of health topics that may be relevant to you.

The Draw of Cowboy Poetry

Joe Kreger wrote his first poem in response to hardship. Fellow cowboy poet Wallace Moore created verses in his head while on the job...

The Many Moods of Montenegro

Called ‘Little Russia’ and ‘the Switzerland of the Adriatic,’ the uniqueness of Montenegro provides many moods. Meaning ‘black mountain,’ Montenegro is a stunning destination...

Kara Luther-Chapman

After a tenure at Guthrie’s Pollard Theatre, Kara Luther-Chapman joined the team at OKC’s Rodeo Cinema Foundation as the executive director in January. She...

Rendezvous Pizza

Touting a “long-time love affair with Detroit-style pizza,” Rendezvous Pizza in OKC is a one-stop-shop for wings, pies and cold beer on tap. A hallmark...

Pitchlynn’s Poems, Reimagined

The new CD Poems to Songs: Hatchootucknee (Snapping Turtle) can be seen, at least in part, as a family affair – that is, if...

A Myriad of Stories to Tell 

Get ready to have your senses flooded this July with a variety of performance options in the major metros. At the Tulsa PAC, you’ve got...

Opening the Door to Innovation

Beloved Oklahoman Will Rogers once said: “America is the land of opportunity, and don’t ever forget it.” In the same spirit, the Oklahoma Department...

Home on the Range

If you’re a big fan of Oklahoma’s myriad nature offerings, being a park ranger might be the perfect job for you. Constantly outdoors and...

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All things Oklahoma

Opening the Door to Innovation

Beloved Oklahoman Will Rogers once said: “America is the land of opportunity, and don’t ever forget it.” In the same spirit, the Oklahoma Department...

Pitchlynn’s Poems, Reimagined

The new CD Poems to Songs: Hatchootucknee (Snapping Turtle) can be seen, at least in part, as a family affair – that is, if...

Community Effort Pays Off

Reaching skyward from the Canadian County prairie, Piedmont’s first two-story brick building houses the Piedmont Historical Society Museum. The structure was built in 1917...

The Freeing Fairway

A Rich History The first documented round of golf played in Oklahoma was in 1900 at Guthrie Country Club, seven years before the former Indian...

Home on the Range

If you’re a big fan of Oklahoma’s myriad nature offerings, being a park ranger might be the perfect job for you. Constantly outdoors and...

The Draw of Cowboy Poetry

Joe Kreger wrote his first poem in response to hardship. Fellow cowboy poet Wallace Moore created verses in his head while on the job...

Opening the Door to Innovation

Beloved Oklahoman Will Rogers once said: “America is the land of opportunity, and don’t ever forget it.” In the same spirit, the Oklahoma Department...

Red Dirt Developments

More than 30 years after it first began rising out of the Oklahoma clay, in and around a funky, old two-story farmhouse outside of...

A Wealth of Information

Aaron Pope has seen lots of smiles and a few tear-filled eyes since the long-awaited 1950 census records were released on April 1. As the...

Nature at the Heart

Nature has always been an essential part of Whitney Forsyth’s life, from observing insects and animals, to filling her pockets with seeds and rocks,...

Remembering the Railways

As trolley cars that ran on rails, early 20th century interurban cars often carried about 60 people. These cars were cleaner than railroad compartments...

Off to the Races

Many people have harbored an interest in horses at one time or another, especially in Oklahoma, where the animal is as ubiquitous as farms...

Working Hard, Raising Spirits

Top collegiate athletes don’t have to clunk helmets or make three-pointers; sometimes, elite athletes wear big hair bows and take a 15-foot spinning plunge...
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Life & Style

a map to living well

The Many Moods of Montenegro

Called ‘Little Russia’ and ‘the Switzerland of the Adriatic,’ the uniqueness of Montenegro provides many moods. Meaning ‘black mountain,’ Montenegro is a stunning destination...

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The Draw of Lake Living

Located in the northeast corner of Delaware County and skirting the eastern shore of the massive Grand Lake o’ the Cherokees, Grove has a...

Getting that Cool Pool

When the temperature starts climbing during Oklahoma’s notable heat waves, a person’s thoughts turn to air conditioning, a vacation in cooler climates, and, of...

Skin Care at Every Age

A healthy skin care routine is essential at any age. To know how to best care for your skin – the largest organ of...

The Many Moods of Montenegro

Called ‘Little Russia’ and ‘the Switzerland of the Adriatic,’ the uniqueness of Montenegro provides many moods. Meaning ‘black mountain,’ Montenegro is a stunning destination...

Taste

food, drink, and other pleasures

To Jim, Love Johnna

Once upon a time, in those halcyon days when the war had just ended and Tulsa was the Oil Capital of the World, a...

To Jim, Love Johnna

Once upon a time, in those halcyon days when the war had just ended and Tulsa was the Oil Capital of the World, a...

Cinnaholic 

Treats scent the air and beckon in a yummy array at Cinnaholic Tulsa, where you’ll find a changing seasonal menu along with a choice...

Harvey Bakery and Kitchen

Harvey Bakery and Kitchen boasts cases laden in pastries including cookies, muffins, scones, rolls, croissants and morning buns. Choose breakfast or lunch options with...

Nourished Food Co.

Whether you’re a foodie or are all thumbs in the kitchen, Nourished Food Co. teaches kitchen confidence and the optimization of nutritional health habits...

Kai Vietnamese Cuisine

Nestled into downtown Tulsa, Kai Vietnamese Cuisine presents dishes as lovely to the eye as to the palate. Start with a cocktail from the...

Redefining Fine Dining

There are two restaurants, two cafés, twelve concession stands and three event centers at the Tulsa Zoo. Each day, Cameron Werry is responsible for...
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Where & When

great things to do in oklahoma

A Heatwave of Hits

Whether you’re in the mood for horror, a Marvel installation,
a documentary or an action movie, July’s jam-packed.

Join the Fun

If you’re looking for a way to spend your Independence Day, Oklahoma’s got options. Tulsa offers FreedomFest at Tulsa River Parks on July 4;...

A Myriad of Stories to Tell 

Get ready to have your senses flooded this July with a variety of performance options in the major metros. At the Tulsa PAC, you’ve got...

The Draws of Summer Cinema

June has arrived! As we take a moment to realize we’ve (somehow) entered the sixth month of a year that feels like a repeat...

Music, Festivals, Oh My! 

Happening around town in Bartlesville, the OKM Musical Festival runs June 9-13. For the past 38 years, the festival has bought celebrated concert artists...

Time to Get Tough

Outdoor sporting events can be found most weekday and weekend nights this summer. Prep your water bottles, sunscreen and enthusiasm for Saint Francis Tulsa Tough,...

A Miscellany of Fun

Tulsa Opera presents The Second Hurricane, running from June 11-12 at the Tulsa PAC. The opera tells the story of a storm-ravaged American town...