Depart on your next road trip armed with ideas for the most important meal of the day, breakfast. Also find other diner favorites such as chicken fried steak (with gravy) and pot roast (with gravy) as well as the most important food group — pie.
It’s hard to imagine a million-dollar home — one offering all the comforts you can dream up, all of the elegant, sophisticated finishings you’d expect at that price point and a priceless view of the downtown Tulsa skyline — being upstaged by the land on which it sits.
Located at 11017 S. Jamestown Ave. in the Philcrest addition, the 4,629-square-foot home sits on a generously sized .86 acre lot and boasts four bedrooms, three full and one half bathrooms, a gourmet kitchen and an entertainment-worthy pool and backyard area.
A man alleged to be a drug kingpin from California has been arrested and is charged with multiple methamphetamine conspiracy crimes across Oklahoma and Missouri, Clint Johnson, acting U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Oklahoma, announced in a news release.
Test scores from TPS students in third through eighth grades, including those attending charter schools sponsored by TPS, were further below the state academic standards in math, science and English language arts than the state average for spring 2021.
Produced in partnership with Woody Guthrie Center, Bob Dylan Center and Tri-City Collective, the Fire in Little Africa curriculum takes the content of an album released this summer on Motown Records and uses artists to teach about the Tulsa Race Massacre in schools.
Cassandra Peterson was scarred by burns as a child and felt like a misfit. She gravitated to monsters while other girls were playing with Barbie dolls. You know her now as Elvira, Mistress of the Dark.
"Come From Away" is the story of a Canadian town of about 9,000 inhabitants that suddenly found itself host to more than 7,000 passengers from all over the globe on one of the most fraught days in recent history.
Laya Kotihal’s byline is about to be in classrooms across the country. The fifth-grade student at the University School is one of 36 children from around the world who will write for Scholastic Kids Press during the 2021-22 school year as a Kid Reporter.
“You don't have to be in the Bay Area or on the coast to actually grow a company. We’ve been able to move quite a few of our team members here to Tulsa, and everyone is enjoying it so far," one participant says.