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Oklahoma’s Prodigal Chef

Though he has lived in Los Angeles and Dallas and even made it into the top three of Bravo’s reality competition Top Chef, chef Joshua Valentine always comes home, and he’s always been a proud Oklahoman. Valentine is one of the fortunate handful of culinarians who can say that they went through the apprenticeship program with chef Kurt Fleischfresser at...

A Gem in the Prairie Grass

The home of attorneys Aimeé and Robert Treece sits upon an original 160-acre Canadian County homestead that was owned by Robert’s ancestors. It now houses a popular event venue, the McGranahan Barn – a building with a fascinating history.  During the Plains Indian Wars, Robert’s great-great-grandfather, 22-year-old James McGranahan, drove a mule-drawn wagon into Indian Territory under the commands of...

Pawhuska’s Splendor

There’s no reason to go beyond Oklahoma for an early fall getaway. Pawhuska, gateway to the Tallgrass Prairie Preserve in Osage County, beckons with two elegant retreats. The Boarding House The Pioneer Woman Boarding House was created by Ree Drummond, and her husband, Ladd. Just as they did with their next-door, wildly popular Pioneer Woman Mercantile, which draws visitors from around...

A Phoenix Rising

For 67 years, the Tulsa Club was a downtown icon of wealth and sophistication. Beginning in 1927 as an elite gentleman’s club and designed by noted art deco architect Bruce Goff, the elegant building enjoyed an upscale reputation and clientele during Tulsa’s booming oil days. When the Tulsa Club opened with great ceremony, it became a playground for wealthy bankers,...