Pumpkin Paradise

The pumpkins sometimes come from Kansas, but the fun is homegrown at festive patches and farms around...

Sooner Ties to the Cosmos

The dual successes of one of America’s most renowned astrophysicists and science fiction writers are due, in part, to his undergraduate...

Getting to Know a Monster

As I’ve written before in this space, I’m a monster kid, one...

Training Feathered Dragons

Falconry is often thought of as the extinct hobby of medieval knights, yet hunting with birds of prey thrives in the state. Lauren McGough, an...

Bold Distinctions

INCLUDING BONUS ONLINE QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS  GUBERNATORIAL ELECTION AT A GLANCE In-person early voting 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Nov. 1-2 and 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Nov. 3 at all 77...

Crawls for All

Directors of art walks in Tulsa, Oklahoma City and Norman are sold on these monthly events as ways to expose residents to the creative...

A Mile-High Hurler

Considering that Jon Gray is 6-foot-4, it seems fitting that the towering pitcher throws for the Colorado Rockies in Denver, the city with the...

Spirited Affairs

Many tours have words such as ghost and haunted in their titles, and people buying tickets want to hear about these spirits that go...

The Mayor of the Midway

After talking with William Davis following the June 15 death of his father – Bill Davis, the Tulsa entertainment legend – I remembered a...

The Park’s Backbone

It’s a giant of a park with an impressive lineup of entertainment, education and wellness options, and volunteers make it all happen. Tulsa’s Gathering Place...