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January 2020

Cirque du Soleil’s Axel is a stunning production with gravity-defying feats and an element of ice skating combined with live music and multimedia projections that mirror the flavors of a graphic novel. As the title character, Axel is a musician and artist who falls in love with Lei. The show follows his journey as he pursues Lei and chases his dream of becoming a star.

Features

Q&A: Frank Caliendo

Performing impressions of a range of famous people, Frank Caliendo is especially adept at imitating sports figures, and being a character all his own.

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Color Me Curious

The Blue Man Group explores the absurdity of modern life via multimedia content, audience participation, homemade instruments, live painting, and a surprising amount of snack foods.

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Thrills and Chills

Embark on the rock opera journey of Axel, whose passion for live music and graphic arts comes to life in an exhilarating Cirque du Soleil ice adventure that reminds us that dreams are within reach.

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Fight or Flight?

Job burnout is something that just about everyone faces, especially when routines are stiff. But it’s important to remember that you don’t need to be suffering through the 9-to-5.

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Savoring Success

With a mix of local food and retail concepts, the Mother Road Market is a vibrant community space that draws in Tulsans and tourists to support local businesses while having a great time on Route 66.

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Frame Changer

Cinergy offers bowling that’s highly interactive and fun, thanks to a new twist that turns lanes into a high-tech, glitzy, gamified environment.

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Getting into Treble

There’s trouble in River City when a fast-talking salesman gets his heart stolen by the town librarian. "The Music Man" will march into your heart with its funny, romantic, and family-friendly story.

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Transition Time

In many industries, January and February are the peak hiring months. If you're looking to start 2020 with a new position or vocation, it might be time to talk to a recruiter.

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Heart and Seoul

With influences as varying as Janet Jackson and K-Pop artists, South Korea-based (and former Tulsa resident) AleXa found herself drawn to performing as not only a dancer but a singer too.

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Come On, Get Happy

Everyone wants to be happy, but many aren't. Even if you're genetically disposed to be a Debbie Downer, you can still take steps to make yourself a lot happier.

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Reclaimed Renegade

Venita Cooper has taken her growing love and appreciation of Tulsa's Greenwood District, along with her energetic love of retro sneakers, and fanned it into a passionate endeavor.

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Dine + Drink

Do Me a Flavor

A great restaurant is all about balance. Appetizers and desserts. Steak and potatoes. SMOKE. Woodfire Grill nails the “and” by artfully bringing together all the elements for the perfect experience.

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Fresh Perspective

The Germans might have invented the deli but McAlister's Deli has made the concept its own with sandwiches and wraps overstuffed with choice cuts, iconic ice tea, next-level spuds, and a brookie.

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Best Bets

Best Chicken and Waffles

It’s a classic dilemma: savory or sweet? Fortunately, the inspired combination of fried chicken piled on top of waffles means there’s no need to choose.

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Departments

Christia Simmons

Stops: Mondo's Ristorante Italian, Dilly Diner, Sweet Boutique, Rosegold, Boomtown Tees

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Crossroads of America

Sapulpa has had its share of ups and downs but remains a thriving small-town community that offers a getaway for anyone looking to take a unique and satisfying day trip.

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Slave to the Grind

You may already drink multiple cups of coffee a day, but we’ve got ideas on how you can get your java fix in snack form, too.

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91Sk8 Life

The Green Country skateboarding scene — especially in Tahlequah — offers plenty of opportunities for camaraderie, cardio, and creative expression.

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Battle of the Bulge

While "fat-burning food" sounds too good to be true, you can elevate your weight loss goals by incorporating more food that spikes metabolism, enhances digestion, and helps you feel full.

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Good to Grow

The goal of marketing is to connect your business' value to the right customer base. It may seem daunting but doesn't have to be hard or expensive.

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Child’s Play

With new music and a creative window opening up for him, Travis Kidd is pushing forward with a heavy dose of country, rock, a touch of blues, and lots of guitars.

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Driving Force

Brendon Wiseley, who had the lower part of his leg amputated following an accident when he was 7, has never let his disability limit him, whether he’s on the wrestling mat or a race track.

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H2Ohhhh

Following months of grueling rehabilitation, Bixby senior Kendall Stieben is happily back in the pool for her final high school swimming season, seeking team and individual state championships.

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What are your resolutions for 2020?

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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Fashion Cents

If your taste runs toward the high end, but your budget doesn’t, The Children's Orchard is a consignment mecca for those looking to buy clothes and kid-focused wares for a fraction of the retail cost.

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