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Master of All Trades

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Sam Harris may be the ultimate show-biz hyphenate.  It’s hard to believe that some 37 years have passed since the Sand Springs native brought down the house, and the whole country, on the TV talent show Star Search, leading to a recording contract, hit songs and a string of full-length albums. That’s when...

Feathered Friends

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For many, autumn means vibrant foliage and bonfires. For bird watchers, it brings opportunities to see avifauna not around in the warmer months. It’s clear that “birding” thrives in Oklahoma. Terri Underhill, longtime volunteer liaison for the Oklahoma City Audubon Society, says the state is a hotbed for avian enthusiasts.

Life on Canvas

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Arising star in modern art, Catherine Freshley has painted hundreds of Oklahoma landscapes, and even after moving, continues to create from her reference photos of the state. In doing so, Freshley tells rich, visual stories of Oklahoma’s terra firma, and gives a voice to the state’s wide-open prairie skies. It’s no surprise that her work hangs...

Sports in the COVID Era

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By Stephen Hunt and Mary Willa Allen The Life of a Student Athlete Collegiate student athletes are creatures of habit, with lives featuring rigid in-season schedules on top of classes, meetings, study halls, practices and games. 

Ready to Bounce Back

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Pauls Valley is a familiar rest stop on the bustling Interstate 35 between Oklahoma City and Dallas-Fort Worth. But those who venture into the city will find a community rich in history and culture, a fascinating museum, and, once a year, one of the most unique fishing tournaments anywhere. The annual Okie Noodling...

Avoiding Muscle Cramps

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Muscle cramps can range from being a slight ache to a piercing pain, and the cause of the discomfort can vary. While it’s possible that muscle cramps can be a symptom of something more serious, for most people, they’re an occasional irritation that can be avoided by following a few simple steps.  “A...

Active Years

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Exercise: the Antidote to Aging Balance and connection make life sweet, and as we begin to age, this truth becomes even more important. Older adults need a unique symmetry of movement, nutrition, community and care to make their golden years some of the best. One way to address several of...

Finance 101

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Green by the Generation People who have saved and invested all their lives often find that retirement presents a new challenge, says Andy Nelson, a senior financial consultant at the Oklahoma City branch of Charles Schwab.  “All they know is how to put money away; they don’t know how to take...

A Worthy Undertaking

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Sometimes it’s love at first sight when you find the perfect home. Or, perhaps, it’s seeing the potential for what a home could be that sparks the initial passion. The latter situation was the case for Ralph and Gunta Sandmeyer, a Tulsa homebuilder and interior designer duo who wanted to create a haven for themselves and...

The Wave of the Future

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While virtual reality has been around for decades, it has only recently hit its stride in the entertainment realm. A closer look into the rise of the technology and the current and potential applications reveals that VR is here to stay. First, a quick, non-technical discussion of how VR...