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July-A 2019

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Tulsa calling

Tulsa calling

The city’s premier punk fest returns
New kids on the block

New kids on the block

Tulsa’s emerging restaurants of 2019
Language warning

Language warning

Translators help the City of Tulsa reach more community members during severe weather
Basket of Peaches

Basket of Peaches

Poetry by Ken Hada
Nature’s candy (in a keg)

Nature’s candy (in a keg)

Nothing’s Left Brewing Co. throws Porter peaches in the mix
Why not laugh?

Why not laugh?

Russell Westbrook’s charity comedy event comes to Tulsa
Community spirit

Community spirit

Terlton examines tragedy and triumph in rural Oklahoma

Editor’s letter: 7/3/19

Caged kids in context

Caged kids in context

The selective morality of our Oklahoma senators
‘Never again’

‘Never again’

Internment camp survivors and allies protest child detention in Oklahoma
To our health

To our health

New initiative aims to put Medicaid expansion on the 2020 ballot
For the kids

For the kids

Oklahoma in the bottom 10 for child well-being
Dining after dark

Dining after dark

Satisfying late-night appetites in Tulsa
Funny or die

Funny or die

A conversation with comedy veteran and Bob Dylan collaborator Larry Charles
Creature comforts

Creature comforts

Solving Tulsa’s regional identity crisis—with snakes
Joy to the world

Joy to the world

Tulsa’s Joy Harjo becomes the first Indigenous U.S. Poet Laureate
Food desert oasis

Food desert oasis

Greenwood Farmers and Artisan Market brings fresh produce to North Tulsa
Summertime sweetness

Summertime sweetness

Road trip to Oklahoma’s fresh fruit festivals and farms
Crystal bridges

Crystal bridges

An exciting new filmmaker returns home
Heretics and healers

Heretics and healers

New documentary explores ‘the politics of the Gospel’
Dancing in the dark

Dancing in the dark

A conversation with Red Dog director Luke Dick
‘The spirit lives in the voice’

‘The spirit lives in the voice’

Words from a Bear celebrates the life and art of N. Scott Momaday
Take two

Take two

Inside the 2019 Circle Cinema Film Festival
Meet the fellows

Meet the fellows

In the studio with Heyd Fontenot
Go home again

Go home again

To Belong opens a dialogue around black placemaking
Road show

Road show

Businesses along Route 66 join forces to highlight local vendors, artists
A small world, after all

A small world, after all

Islamic art show invites us to connect