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A voice of their own

Tulsa Ballet fosters new work and young dancers

Preservation and progress

ADFF: Tulsa celebrates architecture and design icons and forward-thinkers

Batter up

Drillers look for more stability this year

An amazing experience

‘Your Name’ is wistful, more romantic than fantastic

Genre ouroboros

“The Void” is 80s pastiche

Classic anime brought to life

‘Ghost in the Shell’ swings for the fences

Who is this really about?

‘Personal Shopper’ deals with Kristen Stewart

Resting Care Bear face

Catch comedian Vanessa Dawn before she skips town

Situational vibes

Eclectic music showcase at The Yeti brings musicians together

God’s lonely ape

‘Kong: Skull Island’ is a guilt-free b-movie spectacle

‘Death’ restaged

‘The Salesman’ uses Arthur Miller’s play to critique Iranian masculinity

Mad weekend

Tulsa plays a prominent role in 2017’s March Madness

Bars, burgers & basketball

Hey, NCAA fans, here’s what you should do in Tulsa

Green day

Navigating Tulsa’s St. Patrick’s Day celebrations


How to host your own March Madness Pool

Ulterior motives

‘Get Out’ is a deliciously effective satire of race in America

Glory bound

Independent bookstore is a treasure of tattered tomes and assorted curios

Awesome wonder

‘The Red Turtle’ is a beautiful respite from the family pandering of most animation

Chromosomal conceit

Horror anthology ‘XX’ is uneven but not without its charms

A woman on the verge

Though moving and well-shot, Almodóvar’s ‘Julieta’ leaves something to be desired
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