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Arts

We cannot forget

Jennifer Latham’s ‘Dreamland Burning’ takes on Tulsa’s past and present racism

Unfinished work

James Baldwin’s vision of America is brought to life in ‘I am Not Your Negro’

Grandmother Ruth—Last Day of School

From Greenwood Burning: Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1921

Full immersion theatre

Going ‘Wild’ at the IDL

Mundane beauty

In everyday routine, ‘Paterson’ finds poetry

In the flesh

Confrontational ‘Chunkism’ show provokes a range of opinions

Cathartic journeys

Two classical music offerings meet us in the present day

CONTEST: And the Oscar Pool Goes to...

Outguess film critic Joe O'Shansky, win cool stuff

Paving a new Yellow Brick Road

Tulsa Ballet’s ‘Dorothy and the Prince of Oz’ premieres this month

Valentine’s for Misanthropes

A playlist

Self-determination

Dillon Rose owners handcraft jewelry from their home studio

Small towner, big laughs

The comedy of Shawna Blake

First street finds

Downtown’s new flea market is a goldmine of vintage swag and local creations

Canon fodder

‘Rectify’ quietly carves out a place among TV’s all-time greats

Embarrassed riches

Though well-cast, ‘The Comedian’ sorely disappoints

The limits of piety

In 'Silence,' Scorsese once again wrestles with faith

20th Century redundance

Yet another tale about the dysfunctional lives of well-meaning white people

Capturing home

Photographers capture Tulsa’s identity in new exhibition

‘Casting call

Five podcasts worthy of your earholes

GALLERY: Red Hot Chili Peppers and Trombone Shorty at BOK Center 1-14-17

Photographer Phil Clarkin takes you to the front row.
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