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Philbrook gives “backstage pass” to museums

The Philbrook’s newest exhibit, “Museum Confidential,” provides an interactive and informative look on how museums work. If you’ve ever stared at a piece in a museum and wondered exactly how it made the cut, then Philbrook has a new exhibit that’s perfect for you. As for everyone else who’s happy with how museums are laid […]

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Books to read if you’re feeling ____________

Local bookworm Tori Gellman weighs in with some books you should read when feeling alone, nostalgic or lost. If you’re feeling alone, misunderstood or trapped: “All the Ugly and Wonderful Things” by Brynn Greenwood Children should be allowed their time of innocence. But for young Wavy, she lost her ability to be naive the day […]

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Over The Garden Wall a season-appropriate watch

The 2014, ten-piece miniseries first aired on Cartoon Network and has become a cult-classic in the years since. We’re in one of the coziest seasons right now. It’s autumn. The trees are turning brown and the air is cooling down and Halloween was just last week. Granted, the transition is going rather slowly, but but […]

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Roasted Sweet Potatoes

Ingredients: 4 sweet potatoes, peeled and chopped into one-inch cubes ¼ cup extra-virgin olive oil, plus a smidge extra for pre-cook drizzling ¼ cup honey 2 teaspoons ground cinnamon Salt and freshly ground black pepper (to taste) Preheat oven to 350℉ Lay the cut sweet potatoes in a single layer on a roasting tray. Drizzle […]

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Living Arts holds reflective gallery on Day of the Dead

The Day of the Dead gallery specializes in altars built by local artists in honor of their deceased loved ones. First Friday continued Tulsa’s Day of the Dead celebration at Living Arts. Day of the Dead tradition involves building altars for deceased family members to welcome them back to the home of the living. A […]

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Theory of a Deadman’s show anything but dead

The early ‘00s alt-rock band came to the Cain’s in order to give a nostalgia-fueling performance. The rockers of Tulsa filed into Cain’s Ballroom with medium sobriety and maximum enthusiasm as they hosted Theory of a Deadman this week. The raucous crowd jostled in desperate competition to approach the stage with the collective gusto of […]