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Editor’s Letter – 11/7/18

The end of the party

Drew Edmondson is running against the GOP, whether he likes it or not

Decolonizing death

Tulsa’s Day of the Dead Festival builds a bridge, not a wall

‘A place on my altar’

Oklahoma artist Eliseo Casiano on death, family, and representation

The ones we lost

Stories of the dead, on their day

A serious indication

Tulsa Police Department combats domestic strangulation through education—and arrests

‘I’m here to listen’

Jenny Proehl-Day centers criminal justice reform in her run for district attorney

‘True Okie’

Outsider Ashley McCray wants to shake up the Oklahoma Corporation Commission

Fixing Tulsa’s courts from within

District judge candidate Blake Shipley on the city’s path to better justice

No more ‘cheeseburgers’

Local referee launches campaign to improve adult behavior at youth sports events

Future vision

SQ800 imagines life after oil and gas

Editor’s Letter – 10/17/18

Everybody’s face

We have a lot to learn from survivors of domestic violence—and our recent history

Eclectic projections

Inside the 2018 Tulsa American Film Festival

Taking on the burger king

Tim Gilpin’s quixotic quest to get to Washington

Flagrant fouls

How (not) to watch the 2018-19 Thunder basketball season

Editor’s Letter – 10/3/18

Up with people

A citizen petition is Oklahoma’s best chance to raise the minimum wage

Changing hearts, getting free

ACLU of Oklahoma educates voters on the power of district attorneys

Yes we cannabis

Tulsa’s weed dealers talk SQ788
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