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Booed by Mary

Ashley McCray on why indigenous activists unfurled a banner of protest at Fallin’s State of the State

The trial of Stanley Majors

Found guilty of murder, a hate crime, and other charges, Majors’ years of terrorism come to an end

Under treaty

Murphy v. Royal could define Indian Country, Oklahoma

Dialogue, empowerment, change

Pastor Mareo Johnson leads the local Black Lives Matter chapter, mentors ex-inmates, and works to better North Tulsa

The state we’re in

Part V: the end of an error

Galvanizing genealogists

A husband and wife team teach how to discover African-American ancestry

Gimme danger

The Shelter People’s quest for rock ‘n’ roll immortality

Two sounds together

Casii Stephan and Faye Moffett on bridging the gaps between genres

The rise of Cintheez Family Bread

From power breakfasts to dinner rolls, Cynthia Zachary is a Kitchen 66 whiz

Forging ahead

Marshall Brewing on the eve of its 10th birthday

Empathetic spaces

New Genre Arts Festival restructures

Contact sheet: Street Photography

Walk about it

Eating Disorders Awareness Week aims to start journeys to healing

Fight the power

‘Black Panther’ is a watershed moment for Marvel

Homegrown terror

German drama ‘In the Fade’ examines the tragedy of xenophobic violence

Internet, take the wheel

Netflix Roulette makes up your mind for you

Full Circle

A brief rundown of what’s happening at the Circle Cinema

The scores are in

Oklahoma slips in new economic rankings

Voices in your head

A conversation with writer Brandon Hobson

One, two, three, four!

Tulsa Project Theatre’s production of ‘Four Chords and a Gun’ keeps pace with a Ramones song
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