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September 2019

Not every night owl is created equal. And we understand that. Some want to nurse a $12 cocktail over stimulating conversation, while others prefer to dance under neon lights to house music or a local band. Some like watching the big game on a Monday night, while others might want to catch a gallery opening on Friday. Some just want to enjoy a great meal, while others opt to spin records or roll dice. And we always have room for the local neighborhood bars that line the different downtown districts. So we’ve prepared a rundown on where to hang out after hours, no matter what your late-night preference.
Photographer: Sarah Eliza Roberts
Model: Chelsea Colburn
Venue: Roof Sixty Six at Indigo Hotel

Features

Q&A: Tony Lewis

Coming to terms with the loss of his best friend and bandmate in The Outfield, Tony Lewis is again sharing “Your Love” with audiences after a 14-year stage hiatus.

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Q&A: Deep Purple

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame metal legends Deep Purple might be saying goodbye after churning out plenty of classic riffs and hits during a career that saw the group sell over 100 million albums.

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Q&A: Shaggy

For decades, Jamaican reggae musician Shaggy has brought together people from varying backgrounds thanks to ribald hits like "Boombastic" and "It Wasn't Me."

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Revolutionary Retelling

Set in a grimly realist France, "Les Misérables" is based on Victor Hugo's 365-chapter novel that explores history, law, politics, religion, and ideas about justice, guilt, and redemption.

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Blanket Coverage

Picnics can be as simple as sandwiches and drinks or as extravagant as filets and champagne flutes — and everything in between. Fortunately, we have tips that will help you fulfill picnic potential.

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Color Connection

Whatever your style, Tulsa Stained Glass will help you realize your vision with a visual charm that is both practical and attractive in any setting.

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Night Shift

Evening has arrived, and while the sunlight may be finished until tomorrow, you're revved up and ready to conquer the "coolest" part of the day — downtown Tulsa after dark.

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Tossing One Back

While cornhole is generally thought of as a beanbag tossing game played at family gatherings or tailgate parties, it's becoming more competitive, more organized, and potentially more lucrative.

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Elevate Your Experience

Few hotels can give you that "only in Oklahoma" experience like Hotel Indigo. From the restaurant and décor to the bar and amenities, you will feel like you're part of something special when you stay.

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State of the Arts

Whether your interests lie in the visual arts, music, food, history, space, architecture, or the media, Green Country has a museum for everyone.

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Heartfelt Heroes

Through the power of Storybook Princesses, Courtney Paige Allen and Sarah Goran are entertaining and teaching children how to create their “happily ever afters.”

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Dine + Drink

An Innovative Spirit

Most great origin stories come from extraordinary backstories. The same is true in the case of Oklahoma Distilling Company.

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From Sea and Land

Whether you’re grabbing lunch, dinner, drinks, or brunch, this Jenks staple is the kind of place where every element serves a purpose.

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Best Bets

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Departments

Kristy and Jonathan Stolz

Stops: Juniper Restaurant, Boomtown Tees, The Boxyard, Sweet Boutique

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Conjuring Charm

Locust Grove is married to a vibrant communal attitude that is so appealing. It's easy to feel welcomed and part of this community when you visit because its people are so friendly.

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Satisfy the Munchies

A snack between meals helps you to not inhale your three squares (breakfast, lunch, and dinner). Beat the between-meal blahs with these ideas.

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Say Cheese

In honor of this ubiquitous queen of all dairy products, here are five fun and surprising facts you may not know about cheese.

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Precious Time

Learn how to preserve historical documents, images, and heirlooms as part of NSU's cultural and historical initiative that could be a combination of an antique roadshow and an Indiana Jones moment.

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Are You Listening to Your Body?

The more you pay attention to getting back to normal after pushing your body through rigorous exercise, the stronger you'll become.

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Retirement Ready

While it's fun to splurge on a new car, if you're not safeguarding your financial future, eventually you'll be struggling instead of enjoying the freedom that small business ownership is all about.

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Rooted in Rock

As BC & The Big Rig has developed, the band that initially flinched at being classified as Red Dirt has come to grips with where it fits in the regional genre.

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Killer Queen

As she prepares for her senior year of volleyball at Owasso, Mallory Hendrix is poised to be one of the best multi-position players in the state.

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Gridiron Glory

While the decision to focus on playing football at the next level overruled Regent Prep’s Jack Wright’s childhood dreams of playing college basketball, he’s confident it was the correct choice.

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Would you rather live without TV or music?

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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