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March 2019

Break out of your winter rut and update your outlook for sunnier days. If you love a fresh start, there's no doubt you agree that March is a great month to begin planning for spring fever, getting back outside, and of course, March Madness. The drama, the anxiety, the upsets ... That’s right, it’s that time of year again when the masses turn their frenzied fervor for college hoops into all-out craziness. And when the stress of watching your bracket dissolve overwhelms you, how about focusing on your yard with some decorative items from Garden Deva. Garden Deva’s metal art is whimsical garden and home décor, all positive and hippie type art in shapes and styles for pet lovers, plant enthusiasts and even OU and OSU fans.
Photographer: Sarah Eliza Roberts
Model: Kari Hackbarth
Props: Garden Deva Sculpture Company

Features

Q&A: Chris Young

A smooth, nimble baritone, Chris Young has become one of country's most reliable hitmakers (and a member of the Grand Ole Opry) since winning "Nashville Star" in 2006.

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Q&A: Smash Mouth

The guys behind classics like "I'm a Believer," "All Star," and 'Walkin' on the Sun" will be bringing an arsenal of belters to the Skyline Event Center for some nostalgic singalongs.

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Q&A: 3 Doors Down

Songs like "Kryptonite" and "Here Without You" ruled the airwaves in the new century as 3 Doors Down cemented their multi-platinum status.

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Character Building

Rapper Danny Boy O’Connor has taken a childhood inspiration and turned it into an experience for all fascinated by 1983’s coming-of-age drama, "The Outsiders," with the renovation of the Curtis home.

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Showcasing the Voices

The Tulsa music scene has gotten bigger with the opening of the comfortable and inviting 2,000-seat Skyline Event Center inside Osage Casino Hotel.

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Country to the Core

Track 5., Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa’s honky-tonk hall, pays tribute to Oklahoma’s rich country music roots, honoring classic, new, alt, Red Dirt, and Americana styles and live shows.

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Design of the Times

Garden Deva showcases decorations for your garden, home, or business and invites you to peruse the unique and vibrant metal work of Lisa Regan.

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Touch of Madness

Watching sports at home can be fun, but for a real March Madness experience, you have to get out of the house. We’ve found some ideas to experience the games, betting, partying and bracket busting.

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Dine + Drink

Dishing it Out

With a single bite, comfort foods bring back warm memories of dishes from our childhoods. This transporting power is reflected at Caz’s Chowhouse, but with a modern twist.

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Sip, Sip, Hooray

Today’s generation demands more of its pub —less duct tape on bar stools, fewer sad drinkers, and a better selection of tasty food and beverages. Fat Daddy’s Pub and Grille has answered the call.

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Best Bets

Best Taprooms

Thanks to its wide array of microbreweries, brewpubs, and taverns, discerning beer drinkers are heading to the Tulsa area to sample some of Green Country’s best brews.

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Departments

Olivia and Justin Winter

Stops: The Boxyard, Sweet Boutique, Boomtown Tees, Dave & Buster's

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Here to Paddy

Your friends and family will be green with envy of your talents when you make any of these shamrock-inspired, delicious and festive recipes to kick off the Irish holiday.

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Pasta Proficiency

From humble beginnings, ravioli squares have taken the world by storm and now line supermarket shelves. Have you ever thought to try making your own?

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Romancing the Tome

Magic City Books offers a curated, well-lit shop that emphasizes a love of reading, personal service, community events and more than enough books to open your mind and heart.

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The Language Game

You probably have read the packaging on hundreds of different products, but do you really know what all the phrases mean? Too often, terms don’t really match up with your expectations.

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Helping to Heal

When a family unit gets disrupted, Cookson Hills is ready to serve children struggling with the challenges of growing up and provide support to fix the brokenness this world sometimes causes.

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Me, Myself and I

We can work so hard to show those around us that we care we often neglect the person we spend the most time with — ourselves.

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The Art of Winning

Whether it’s in Tulsa or around the world, Martha Highland’s goal for teaching art is the same — to make learning engaging, fun, and not feel like it’s learning at all.

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The Changing Workplace

Coworking is creating and adapting to a trusted community of like-minded individuals to exchange thought and collaborate on projects — all within creative spaces.

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Smells Like Indie Spirit

Spanning a variety of genres, Tulsa Little Jam gives listeners a chance to get a good sample of what Tulsa musicians have to offer while also supporting music education in Tulsa public schools.

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Cleared for Landing

Eve Doudican has competed and excelled on the international stage as a junior elite tumbler, and now that she’s old enough, is flipping at the chance to represent the U.S. at the world championships.

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Do you believe in luck?

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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Lust for Knife

Ray Kirk and Scott Reed are both artists and craftsmen producing custom knives as stunningly beautiful as they are razor sharp.

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Sweet Dreams

With colorful treats from floor to ceiling, sweets stores bring out the kid in every shopper, whether they grew up in the era of penny candy or the latest outrageous confection.

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