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Lindsay Morris

April 2020

On the Run

Nothing gets in the way of a good run like pain. Unfortunately, running-related injuries are common in runners of all levels.

January 2020

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.

January 2020

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.

December 2019

The Fat Trap

This time of year, the days are shorter, the air is colder, and somehow your clothes have become a bit more snug. Yep, it sounds like the holiday season and all the indulgence that comes with it.

December 2019

All is Not Lost

You reach into your purse or pocket, and it's gone. You've lost your wallet, or worse, it's been stolen. Now what?

November 2019

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.

October 2019

Sound the Alphorn

If you’re looking for a German experience in Oklahoma that includes endless bratwursts, lederhosen, beer, dancing, and cavorting, look no further than Oktoberfest.

October 2019

Office Ergonomics

If you’re stuck behind a desk all day, it can be hard to find time to exercise. But failing to do so can have serious consequences.

September 2019

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.

August 2019

Hair We Go

Getting a toddler to sit still for 10 minutes is nearly impossible. Cutting their hair while getting them to sit still is an even more significant challenge unless you're Kuts 4 Kids.

August 2019

Worried Sick

Do you experience sudden attacks of anxiety, fear, and panic? Here are some of the best ways to improve your quality of life.

August 2019

Wow Before the Vow

A lot of pressure can accompany wedding dress shopping. Bryde is ready to assist in finding you a dress that compliments your personality and style.

July 2019

What’s Sweat Telling You?

Not only does a little sweat not hurt you, but it's also a necessary bodily function, and there's a lot more that goes into it than you may realize.

July 2019

Paws-itive Impact

Just north of Tulsa, Oasis Animals is an animal park open to the general public that also offers animal therapy services to at-risk youth, sex-trafficked girls, special needs children, and others.

July 2019

Feeling Vine

Randa Warren is living her life uncorked as one of 26 female Master Sommeliers out of 249 awarded that title in the world.

June 2019

Citizen Canine

Many in the Tulsa area recognize meteorologist Caroline Brown. And just as many probably know her crazy-cute best accessory — the OU-football-jersey-wearing bordoodle, Stormy.

May 2019

Faire Play

Whether you’re interested in theatrical performances, jousting, authentic medieval wares, or just a good ol’ turkey leg, the Oklahoma Renaissance Festival promises a fun and light-hearted experience.

May 2019

Muttley Crew

Whether it’s for a weeklong stay or daily care, Paws on Pearl can provide your best friend fun interaction with other dogs, along with caring staff members who will pamper your pet.

April 2019

Nothing to Sneeze At

Spring means flower buds and blooming trees — and if you're one of the millions of people who have seasonal allergies, it also means sneezing, congestion, and other bothersome symptoms.

March 2019

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.

March 2019

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.

February 2019

Buy, Buy Love

How to choose engagement jewelry that’s right for you.

January 2019

Ready to Get Away?

Everyone needs something to look forward to, and what’s better than a vacation? But as valuable as travel is, it’s no excuse for going into debt or devouring your emergency fund.

January 2019

Can the Excuses

Want to bolster chances of actually staying true to new year’s resolutions, whatever they may be? Then consider heeding these tips.

December 2018

Keeping the Faith Alive

At some point, most children realize Santa’s handwriting looks a lot like mom’s and his ho-ho-ho-ing sounds like dad. But there are steps you can take to prolong the wonderful ruse.

November 2018

Yule Have a Blast

Following closely to the storyline of the beloved 1954 movie starring Bing Crosby and Rosemary Clooney, "White Christmas" is returning to the TPAC for a limited engagement of only eight performances.

October 2018

Mixing Majesty with Mischief

Set in New York’s Coney Island in 1907, "Love Never Dies" picks up 10 years after the Phantom’s disappearance from the Paris Opera House.

October 2018

Simply Gin-ius

With a collection of boutique wines and spirits in The Boxyard, Riley’s Wine and Spirits promises to fill what has been somewhat of a void in downtown as far as alcohol offerings go.

September 2018

Conquer Clutter

A garage sale is an excellent way to rid yourself of clutter and make a bit of cash, but don’t waste your opportunity. Make the most of your event with these garage sale tips.

September 2018

Alternative Advocate

While principal is her official title, “cheerleader” may be a more fitting title for Jenks’ Amie Hardy, who works with students who are challenged in earning a diploma.

August 2018

Stork Comparisons

Geared to moms-to-be, babies and children, The Steel Horse offers apparel, toys, reveal assists and baby shower combinations to help parents maximize their kids’ early days, months and years.

July 2018

Burn Notice

Of course you understand the importance of sunscreen, but sometimes, no matter how diligent you were with reapplying, you still end up getting too much sun.

June 2018

De-Stress During the Day

Being under the influence of tight deadlines, never-ending meetings and piles of papers and folders allows stress to seep into our workday at sometimes extreme levels.

June 2018

Cool Beans

During the summer, the thought of sipping a hot cup of coffee is too much to bear for some. So if you’re looking for something cooler, try the ice drip cold brew at 918 Coffee.

June 2018

Resale Ready

Whether purging your child’s closet or looking for new and gently-used clothes, toys and accessories, consignment bargains abound at the Children’s Orchard.

May 2018

To the Extreme

If there’s a math problem, yo, Simon MacFarlane can solve it. Between his unorthodox methods and engaging personality, the Bixby teacher is creating mathterminds one Rubik’s Cube twist at a time.

May 2018

Coffee Coping

There’s no reason you shouldn’t enjoy a couple of cups of coffee a day. Just be sure to drink it in moderation and pay attention to any warning signs your body is sending you.

April 2018

Community Matters

The past, present and future all come together for American Indian culture at the 46th Annual Symposium that draws speakers and artists from all over the United States.

April 2018

Ur-blends Legend

What better way to get your daily caffeine intake than by enjoying a cup while sitting inside a shipping container and checking out Okie Dokie’s Okie-themed paraphernalia and basking in Bigfoot?

March 2018

Coming Clean

With the following DIY tips and tricks, you can knock out your seasonal spruce-up quickly so you can once again have a picture-perfect home.

March 2018

Tea Me, Please Me

With a mission to help people build healthy lifestyles through the benefits of leaf tea, Tea2Go is offering plenty of satisfying options and varieties of one of history's oldest thirst quenchers.

February 2018

Sick of It

With no true cure for the common cold, there are ways to overcome the sore throat, fever, streaming nose and headaches quicker. But make sure you separate fact from fiction and keep the Kleenex close.

February 2018

Espresso Yourself

If you like your coffee with milk, you must have come across the fascinating patterns made in the foam topping your espresso drink. Ever wondered how to make latte art in your own kitchen?

January 2018

Exercising Power

There are many great reasons to exercise, but if knowing how and why to exercise was enough, most of us would already be in great shape.

December 2017

Catch Some Zzzs

Lack of sleep can cause problems ranging from a lousy memory and weight gain to accidents and heart disease. The good news? There are effective ways to get the right kind of shut-eye.

November 2017

Christmas Presence

Catering to those looking to spend time with Santa, view light displays and absorb all the wonders of the holiday season, The Castle Christmas will knock your stockings off.

October 2017

Frolic into Fall

From an Oklahoma City Thunder-themed maze and handpicking a pumpkin to jumping on a giant pillow and taking a train ride, Pumpkin Town Farms offers a bounty of family fun.

September 2017

Viva La Diva

Recreating Whitney Houston’s cinematic debut role, Deborah Cox shows off her vocal range, belting out energetic and emotive musical numbers in The Bodyguard.

August 2017

The American Dream?

Theatre Tulsa’s version of Ragtime tackles turn-of-the-century growing pains, mixing real-life historical figures with fictional characters to dramatize issues that remain prominent today.