Re-Creating Old Favorites

For Keltan Solorio, cooking is a family affair. The executive chef at Block 23 Restaurant and Patio – inside the Sheraton Oklahoma City Downtown –...

Fifth Nights, Cars and Mozart

Summer’s Fifth Night at Utica Square in Tulsa presents live music on summer Thursdays from 7 to 9 p.m. Pack a picnic supper or...

17 Events to Experience this Thanksgiving Weekend

For many, Thanksgiving means an extra long weekend to enjoy time with friends and family. Whether you want to catch a game,...

Getting Away from the Beach

Punta Cana, on the eastern tip of the Dominican Republic, has become a fast favorite for vacationers young and old. While mostly known for...

Pumpkin Paradise

The pumpkins sometimes come from Kansas, but the fun is homegrown at festive patches and farms around...

Moving an Institution

Bruce G. Weber Precious Jewels is a name with which many native Tulsans and newcomers alike have become familiar. Customers have patronized its Utica Square...

Yin and Yang of Instruction

According to Donna Gradel, teaching is a science and an art. “It’s the artist who inspires and creates an atmosphere of innovation for their students,”...

The Hits Keep Coming

July heat brings the hottest acts to Tulsa’s BOK Center with singer/songwriter Michael Bublé on July 15; pop sensation Shawn Mendes on July 20;...

‘All the World’s a Stage’

“I was always drawn to acting in school,” says Presley, whose latest film, The Great Alaskan Race, premiered in October. “I was fortunate [because] I’d leave football practice and go to musical practice. It’s a different platform but still a platform for performance.”

Hitting All the Marks

Around Town It’s time once more for DeadCenter, the state’s biggest and highest profile film festival, June 6-9 in Oklahoma City. The DeadCenter Film Festival has...

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