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#meetoo far

How the Tulsa comedy scene policed itself when one joke crossed a line

Contact sheet: Protests

Choreographers in the corner

To level up, dancemakers need affordable spaces and support

Block by block

The Refinery joins art, life, and play

Objects of gratitude

Tulsa Artist Fellow Anita Fields honors her Osage heritage

Garden of the grassroots

Local filmmakers hope to unite Tulsa’s film fiefdoms

Dance of life

Ma Cong’s American Dream

Here today, gone tomorrow

Tulsa struggles with street art

Apes of wrath

There’s a missing link in ‘War for the Planet of the Apes’

All by definition

A conversation with Cheech Marin

What art has to do with life

New Living Arts director hopes to invite and empower

Bringing up the end

A highly specific, defiantly incomplete conversation with Chuck Klosterman

A play on tragedy

‘US/THEM’ tackles tough racial topics with satire

The savage god

Art that scares us—or doesn’t get a chance to

Strange alchemy

Amy Rockett-Todd’s archaic art of wet plate collodion photography

Get a little weirder

In its second year, Habit Mural Festival will cover the Gateway Building in new art

Systematic Murder

David Grann does the Osage murders justice in ‘Killers of the Flower Moon’

Repeating history

'A United Kingdom' is a beautiful, well-acted film about love and race

‘What I am is a reporter’

An interview with the Tulsa World’s Jim Watts

Dancing on film

The Oklahoma Dance Film Festival returns
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