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February 2020

With a drive to cut out a niche that embraces her love for the arts, Ana Berry, whose career has taken her nationally and internationally as a TV host, commercial spokeswoman, and multimedia journalist, brings her charm, energy and personality to the music and media arts scene in Green Country.
Photographer: Sarah Eliza Roberts
Model: Ana Berry

Features

Q&A: Styx

With “Mr. Roboto” back in the setlist, Styx continues to draw from over four decades of chart hits, joyous singalongs, and hard-driving deep cuts.

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Q&A: Howard Jones

Howard Jones' acoustic trio tour offers fans a stripped-down trip through his nearly 40-year career, complete with stories behind the inspiration for many of his hits and life on the road.

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Q&A: William Shatner

A cultural icon since the 1960s, William Shatner shares some of his secrets to living long and prospering, as well as behind-the-scenes stories from "Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan."

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Creative Force

After stints in Los Angeles and New York, television host, spokeswoman, singer, and multimedia journalist Ana Berry brings her energy and personality to the Tulsa-area music and media arts scenes.

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Ballet Bonanza

Featuring special effects usually reserved for Broadway productions, journey with Dorothy, Glinda, and Scarecrow as they make their return to save the land of Oz in "Dorothy and the Prince of Oz."

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Buried Secrets

Tossing guilt around like a hand grenade, Theatre Tulsa tackles the hard truth that with family, often the deepest wounds come from the people closest to us in Tracy Letts’ "August: Osage County."

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Let the Games Begin

A veritable cornucopia of arcade options and sensory overload await players at Cinergy, including basketball, pinball, skee-ball, shooting games, XD rides, virtual reality Hologate, and more.

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The Wheel Thing

The Darryl Starbird National Rod and Custom Show has changed over the years. Still, the show's essence remains the same: display cool, exciting cars while entertaining with events and attractions.

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Fright Club

With taxidermy, preserved specimens, antiques, clothing, jewelry, skulls and bones, and funeral collectibles, the Oddities and Curiosities Expo is for like-minded lovers of the strange and unusual.

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Arty Party

The King’s Mouth exhibit at ahha Tulsa offers an adventure in sight and sound, with the same surreal, psychedelic sensibility you’d expect at a Flaming Lips concert.

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Looking Sharp

Got Wood offers an ax-perience that is not only fun and challenging but is something everyone in the family can do.

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Q&A: Foreigner

With 10 multi-platinum albums and 16 top 30 hits, Foreigner is one of the most popular rock acts in the world with a formidable musical arsenal that continues to propel tours.

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Dine + Drink

The Eat is On

With an atmosphere that is lively, colorful, and comfortably casual, Habaneros Mexican Grill lives up to its name with an exhaustive list of dishes, drinks, and house specialties.

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Dipping into the Mediterranean

Cozy vibes, faultless service, family recipes, and terrific food seal the deal at the intimate, yet inviting, Famous Steakhouse inspired by the fragrant spices and smoky grills of Lebanese cooking.

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Best Bets

Best Grilled Cheese

Food trends might come and go, but the phenomenon of the grilled cheese sandwich is forever. And we found 37 restaurants that have taken mom’s Kraft-slices-on-Wonder-bread recipe to another level.

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Departments

Holly Jeffrey

Stops: The Boxyard, Sweet Boutique, Riley's Wine and Spirits, Ziegler Art & Frame, Decopolis

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Reinventing Relevance

From its well-maintained train depot to the charming farmers market during the summer, Bristow has a spark of vitality that refuses to die out.

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Love Bites

So you and your Valentine decided to stay in this year to celebrate, and now you’re stressing over cooking a fancy meal. Focus on the card and leave the recipe to us.

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Cow-nting On It

Small cattle breeds are making a big impact in Green Country as hobby farmers and seasoned ranchers look for right-sized solutions to beef cattle efficiency and good old-fashioned sweat equity.

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Exercise Your Manners

From the crude to the cringe-worthy, these bad gym behaviors are serious pet peeves. Are you guilty of any?

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Chari-tees

From Unlock Hope to Common People for the Common Good, Dallas Harris inspires others to make a difference — one person at a time.

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Streamlining Stress

Trying to do all the legwork of small-business activities without using the shortcuts available is guaranteed to eat up your time, wear out your patience, and possibly burn you out.

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Repossessing Life

Following years of upheaval, multi-instrumentalist Grace Potter steps into the soulful "Daylight" of a fresh start with a perspective that has changed her as an artist, wife, and mother.

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Body and Mind Balance

A leader on the Collinsville track team and in school, Zac Robbins understands (and preaches to his teammates) that athletic success depends on more than just physical strength and working harder.

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Raising the Par

Playing golf in high-pressure situations and big-time tournaments has junior Katelyn Bollenbach poised to help lead Jenks past its recent second-place state finishes.

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Do you remember your first kiss?

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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The Art of Food

When it comes to getting a unique gift for just about any group and any celebration, then it's worth your time to visit the friendly, creative, fast team of fruit lovers over at Edible Arrangements.

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