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Mason Whitehorn Powell

‘Timeless calamity’

Joe Andoe discusses Tulsa’s influence on his art from his Brooklyn studio

Blood on the bootleg

Musicians John Doe and Jeff Slate come to Tulsa for a Dylan celebration near the tracks

Monumental beauty

‘A Poem is a Naked Person’ reminds us why Tulsa needed a Leon Russell memorial

World music

‘Far Western’ documents the surviving classic country tradition in Japan

Breastraunt: Impossible

‘Support the Girls’ is more ‘tragi-’ than comedy

‘Bringing It All Back Home'

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

‘A Song and Dance Man’

The second showcase of the Bob Dylan Center’s ‘Tarantula: On Film’

Beatniks and bishops

Woody Guthrie Center will host ‘Tarantula on Film,’ a three-part summer series

From the classroom to the community

TCC student films to be shown at Circle Cinema

Highs and Lows

Flash Fiction Contest, second place

New direction home

How the Bob Dylan Archive, Center, and Institute will forever change the way we see The Bard

The rise of Cintheez Family Bread

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

Thick black smoke

The business of burning bodies at Kennedy-Midtown

Six days in the kitchen, one day’s rest

Tulsa’s hidden Jim

America under darkness

Totality and penumbra in the Midwest

Theater for hire

Putting the “magic” in Magic City

Inside education

Incarcerated students at Dick Conner Correctional Center celebrate graduation

Resilient film

Circle Cinema spotlights Native American filmmakers

New tricks for old dogs

Because back to school is more fun as an adult, here’s a roundup of classes to take this fall in and near Tulsa.

On the cuff

What’s that big line on Cherry Street?
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