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A soft place to land

Sanctuary families give asylum seekers an overdue welcome

‘I am that pretentious white lady’

Maria Bamford talks comedy, characters, and creativity ahead of her appearance at the Blue Whale Comedy Festival

A pox on all their houses

The University of Oklahoma’s terrible, awful, really bad week

Bucking stereotypes

‘Blake Little: Photographs from the Gay Rodeo’ challenges Western status-quo

Community by design

Art Directors Club of Tulsa celebrates a half-century of creative collaboration

Cuttin’ up and makin’ waves

Keeng Cut plays a pivotal role in the resurgence of Black Wall Street

Palette opener

Nouveau Cru brings local art and performance to the party

‘We’ve suffered enough’

Roughnecks look for a new start with head coach Michael Nsien

A conspiracy of ketones

Eating Keto on the cheap in bizarro Tulsa

'Fight the Power'

A great American director returns to incendiary form in ‘BlacKkKlansman’

‘Bringing It All Back Home'

‘Tarantula: On Film’ series wraps up with a rare public screening

Dog dates

19 bars with dog-friendly patios

Full circle

A brief rundown of what’s happening at Circle Cinema

Runoff rundown

What we know about the August 28 elections

‘Master of Puppets’

Murderous toys from a cult classic are back for blood

Fifty-three fall festivals

Your guide to autumn amusement

‘A Whole New World’

Kai Burmese Cuisine brings a taste of Myanmar to Tulsa


Editor’s Letter – 8/15/18

A working-class hymnal

Chris Lee Becker explores faith, family, and frontiers on his new album
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