Maps of the Past

While most cartographers today map our ever-changing world, Aaron Carapella maps history to change perspectives. He searches for the truth of American Indian tribes, carefully...

The Survivor’s Tale

Eva Unterman’s childhood in Lodz, Poland, before World War II was what some would call idyllic. The only child of a middle-class Jewish businessman...

A Coz Fore Celebration

Cary Cozby, director of golf at Southern Hills Country Club in Tulsa, is grateful to have won a top award in his profession, but...

From Hey-Day To Gray

Glimmering white, the state’s grain elevators thrust upward into pale blue skies across Oklahoma, dotting her landscape with the Plains’ version of castles or...

The Best Nightmare

It’s taken her the better part of two decades, but Tulsa native Heather Langenkamp has finally come to terms with the role that made...

HAPPENINGS

OKLAHOMANS GET A LITTLE IRISH  Gear up in your favorite shade of green and get ready to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day around the state.  Oklahoma...

Mowing For Speed

For many, using a lawn mower is an unwelcomed chore, and the faster the job is completed, the better. A group of hobbyists in...

Ohio State Bound

Gloria Mutiri excels in just about every sport available to girls at Charles Page High School in Sand Springs. But it’s her prowess on...

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...

From Rat Race to Raft Race

Where can you find a cruise ship puffing real smoke, a sea plane painted like a corncob, an old Volkswagen Beetle and a half...

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