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April 2019

After the long, dark, winter months, spring is literally a breath of fresh air. And as the days get longer, the nights get shorter, and it starts to feel warmer, nature responds in a big way. Step outside and be rewarded with a crescendo of bird song, a display of flowers bursting into colorful life and the welcome sight of animals not seen since last year. This month we’ve compiled plenty of reasons to get out and enjoy the season including the annual Azalea Festival in Muskogee. What are you waiting for?
Photographer: Marc Rains
Model: Skye McCorkell

Features

Q&A: The Doobie Brothers

The Doobie Brothers have been delivering mind-blowing, roots-based, harmony-laden, guitar-driven rock ‘n’ roll for over four decades.

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Q&A: Gladys Knight

Very few singers over the last 50 years have matched Gladys Knight's unassailable artistry.

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Q&A: Walk Off the Earth

A Canadian four-piece band, Walk Off the Earth, may have found fame with covers and YouTube exposure, but the group also produces plenty of catchy original tunes.

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Pie Hopes

"Waitress" serves up laughs and heartbreak as Jenna, a pie-maker extraordinaire, longs for a life away from her diner job, small town and loveless marriage.

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High-Roller Hangouts

Complete with a vintage Las Vegas lounge vibe that feels both retro and modern, the Grottos at Osage Casino Hotel are perfect for meetings, gatherings, parties and corporate brainstorming.

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Talk Dirty to Me

However you source your meals, it’s likely food waste piles up along the way. Composting is a great solution for these scraps and spoils, and for home gardeners, the process creates a rich fertilizer.

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Nothing to Sneeze At

Spring means flower buds and blooming trees — and if you're one of the millions of people who have seasonal allergies, it also means sneezing, congestion, and other bothersome symptoms.

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Spring Fever

Honor Heights Park really shines in the spring when colors burst forth and vibrantly paint the area thanks in large part to the 30,000 blooming flowers that are a part of the Azalea Festival.

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Rock Stars

As a family-run business, Oklahoma Granite and Stone cares about producing attractive, well-made home fixtures at a reasonable price.

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Dine + Drink

Love at First Pint

McNellie’s wants you to feel at home when you’re there. Whether it’s the welcoming ambience, the great service, over 350 beers or the pub grub, McNellie’s strives to make you comfortable and relaxed.

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Wrestling with Greatness

From classic to cutting edge, Yokozuna delivers the triumphs of Japanese fusion cuisine through a lineup that spans nearly every preference.

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Flour Power

The partnership between Farrell Bread and the JTR Group gives people even more reason to break their keto diet to enjoy some amazingly good, floury carbs.

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Best Bets

Best Cherry Street Eats

Some of Tulsa’s best restaurants and bars are found in the Cherry Street District. Come explore a foodie’s playground and experience an incredible range of epicurean delights all within a few enchanting blocks.

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Departments

Giovi Perez and Steve Cluck

Stops: The Tropical, Dave & Buster's, The Boxyard, Roof Sixty-Six Bar, ahha Tulsa, The Max Retropub, Ida Red Boutique

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Beyond Bunnies

When hollow chocolate bunnies, marshmallow chicks or candy eggs won't cut it, try these desserts that your closest peeps will probably enjoy more than anything the Easter Bunny leaves behind.

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To Dye For

Your kitchen is full of natural dyes for Easter eggs. With a little creativity and some Pinterest tips, common food items can be used to transform plain white eggs into a rainbow of colors.

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Rice Up Your Life

Rice is a delicious, versatile alternative to potatoes and pasta, and there are lots of varieties to choose from.

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Head Out

Are you staying in this weekend? Consider making time to get outdoors. Studies show that getting outside is clinically proven to keep your mind healthy and relaxed.

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Uneasy Street

Helping those experiencing homelessness on the homefront, Tulsa’s A Better Way initiative is providing many panhandlers job opportunities that have the potential to turn lives around for the better.

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Grow Your Own Way

Outsourcing can provide continuity, operational expense control and risk management. It can also improve your work/life balance.

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Powerful Pairings

Many music fans have dreamed of sitting down with their favorite artist to share a conversation, a drink, and maybe even a song or two. Vox Pop is making that dream a reality.

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In for the Win

The Drillers will likely have a lot of familiar, playoff-tested players back this season as the Scott Hennessey’s squad competes for its second consecutive Texas League championship.

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Legging It Out

Making the transition from the pitch to the gridiron, Holland Hall’s Alex Felkins not only got a leg up on college recruiting, but found his way into a 40-year decision ... not just a four-year one.

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What’s your favorite quote?

Want to join the discussion? We post a question on our Facebook each month. Give us an answer and photo, and you might end up in the magazine or online.

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Making Scents

Looking for a beautiful, practical housewarming gift? Love fresh and fragrant scents wafting through your home? It’s time to visit Secret Gardens Candle Company.

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The Power of the Urban Canvas

Local artists have helped transform many Tulsa-area destinations into open-air exhibitions of urban creativity.

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