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Oklahoma’s bookbinding community is maintaining history and creating masterpieces. For repairs and bibles, a local family-owned business in Fort Gibson is a hot-spot. Artur Bookbinding International was opened in 1992 by Zbigniew Niebieszczanski, or as the locals call him, “Dr. Bible.” Artur Niebieszczanski, his son, eventually became co-owner and carries on the family legacy. “I came along in 2015 to work full...

From Trash to Treasure

Many a homeowner has a few old pieces of furniture lingering, unused, in the garage. Maybe they don’t fit with the décor anymore or maybe the set has just seen better days. Regardless, options exist to spruce them up, especially in the world of junkers, who take the adage of “reduce, reuse, recycle” and apply it to furniture or other...

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,...