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November 2019

The season of indoor play is upon us. Are you ready? When your day calls for excitement of a higher order, find action satisfaction at Cinergy. With movie theaters, virtual reality games, escape rooms, bowling, food, full service bar, TV screens, and more, Cinergy is perfect for those times when you want to get out of your routine, especially when you want to go with the whole family or a big group of friends with different tastes. There's something for everyone.

November is also the month for giving thanks, and we’ve got that covered as well. Whether you’re a Thanksgiving newbie or pro, this issue has all the recipes, tips, and techniques to make your holiday season easier, more delicious, and as sanity-saving as possible.

Photographer: Sarah Eliza Roberts
Model: Rianne Ross
Agency: Roz Model Management
Venue: Cinergy

Features

Q&A: Three Dog Night

A band that thrived on tight, high-spirited arrangements of well-selected songs by leading writers, Three Dog Night released 21 consecutive Top 40 hits.

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Q&A: 98 Degrees

With a revived career, a strong friendship and brotherhood within the band, and an ongoing connection with its audience, 98 Degrees is far from burned out.

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Q&A: America

Former Air Force brats Dewey Bunnell and Gerry Beckley continue to guide Grammy-winning America into its fifth decade.

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Banish Boredom

Featuring a unique selection of interactive games, bowling, escape rooms, VR, and recline-and-dine cinemas, Cinergy packs experiences and attractions for every level of entertainment seeker.

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Drumstick Dysfunction

Thanksgiving is supposed to be a joyous occasion. For those of you nervous about what's to come, we've got tips to surviving the get-together.

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Thanksgiving Made Easy

Preparation for Thanksgiving can be overwhelming. Beyond turkey, stuffing, gravy, and cranberry sauce, the primary ingredient required is organization. Once you figure it out, the hard part is over.

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The Way of the Whisker

This is the season of razors sitting idle on sinks and chins disappearing in silky and wiry, trimmed and untamed, curly and cascading decoration.

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In the Hunt

There's more to hunting than sitting in a stand waiting on "the" shot. It's not necessarily easy, but with a little preparation (and maybe a guide), even a novice can have a great outing this fall.

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Cultivating Confidence

After losing 80 pounds, Julie Brothers is doing things she never dreamed possible thanks to "wantpower." But her most significant accomplishment is inspiring others to live their dreams.

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Dine + Drink

Drink in the View

One of the best downtown Tulsa happy hours happens above the Blue Dome District at Roof Sixty Six. Be mesmerized by the skyline while enjoying cocktails, beers, and small plates.

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Awaken Your Senses

Great Mexican food often comes down to the quality of ingredients. And that’s a selling point at the Los Mariachis Mexican Restaurants.

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Patty Palace

Top-quality ingredients and flat-top crisped beef combine to create a delicious throw-back burger that’s well worth every calorie at Howdy Burger.

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Best Bets

Best Buffets

Sure, we all love the turkey, and the parade of pies to follow, but what Thanksgiving feast would be complete without the cluster of sides?

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Departments

Richard and Christine Shockey

Stops: Flo's Burger Diner, Villa Ravenna, Miami Nights Restaurant and Lounge, Yutaka, Maryn's Taphouse and Raw Bar

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The Black Gold Burg

With Bartlesville’s significant role in our state history and plenty of money having been invested in its landscape, this former oil capital offers a thriving cultural community and attractions.

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Plates of Plenty

Sure, we all love the turkey, and the parade of pies to follow, but what Thanksgiving feast would be complete without the cluster of sides?

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Cake of the Art

A sprinkle-filled, nostalgic explosion of a dessert, the funfetti birthday layer cake is an epitome of homegrown celebration and family. But be prepared for the tasking five-part baking process.

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Quilt to Last

From an olden days necessity to a modern-day source of therapy, creative expression, and community, quilting continues to bind Green Country residents of all ages, backgrounds, and skill levels.

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Here’s Looking at Ewe

Hair sheep are finding their niche in Green Country as farmers look for sustainable, cost-effective ways to raise livestock for meat, profit, and brush control.

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Flu Fighter

With flu season right around the corner, it's crucial to take early action and be armed with information and preventative measures to protect yourself and those around you.

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Communication Breakdown

Difficult conversations are an inevitable part of business. But as uncomfortable as they can be, avoiding them can make the situation even worse.

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All in the Family

The husband and wife group, Tedeschi Trucks Band, boils down a vast array of influences, making them their own while catering to an incredibly dedicated fanbase hanging on each night's unique setlist.

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Dare to Dream

It's easy to give up on hope and a plan when it doesn’t happen in a certain amount of time. Luckily for Booker T. Washington’s Trey Phipps, his persistence and patience paid off.

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Sister Act

Adair High School seniors and twin sisters, Sophie and Mia Bagby, are poised to give the Warriors a chance at repeating on the hardwood as Class 3A state champs.

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Is mac and cheese a Thanksgiving dish?

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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Chic Choices

Owner DeeDee Levine convincingly stages the Bella's House boutiques as if they were home, balancing beautiful curiosities, coastal creative energy, and bold essentials.

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