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Repeating history

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

Hazy bloodline

Why do white Oklahoma families tell their kids they have Native ancestry?


A poem

Punching Nazis

Violent anti-fascism activism is resurgent, but is it productive?

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

Where there’s smoke

The progressive case for increasing the cigarette tax

‘What I am is a reporter’

An interview with the Tulsa World’s Jim Watts

Remembering Holland

Banquet honors TU law graduate who died fighting for women’s rights

Legislative Insanity, Part the Infinity

It keeps getting worse

Beyond the cup

Tulsa coffee shop offers an elevated brew

Tell You What: Red velvet and old fringe

Tinder love at the Cellar Dweller

The multi-tasking percussionist

Central High instructor Marcus James writes, performs, records and teaches music

‘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

Dancing on film

The Oklahoma Dance Film Festival returns

Green day

Navigating Tulsa’s St. Patrick’s Day celebrations

Music is she

A female-led music festival is born

You can’t get high around kids

The rise of comedian Michael Zampino
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