Category Archives: Local attractions

Our friends over at Lee’s Feed and Country Store have been visited by a whole flock of cuteness this spring. Check it out: Could these little guys be any more adorable? If you haven’t been to Lee’s, this is the … Continue reading

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“The air was soft, the stars so fine, the promise of every cobbled alley so great, that I thought I was in a dream.” — Jack Kerouac On the way back to my car after a dentist’s appointment downtown this … Continue reading

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Located at the corner of 18th Street and Cheyenne Avenue, the Creek Council Oak marks the site where the Lochapoka clan of Creek Indians re-established their government after their forced migration from Alabama to what was then called Indian Territory. … Continue reading

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So I’m driving along, minding my own business, when I turn a corner and see this: That’s right. It’s a giant replica of one of the evil Daleks from the Dr. Who TV series. It turns out this larger-than-life sci-fi … Continue reading

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If you’re fond of ecclesiastical architecture, you simply must pay a visit to downtown Tulsa. The center of the city is well-blessed with gorgeous, historic churches. Perhaps the most striking of these is the famous Boston Avenue Methodist Church, built … Continue reading

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If you’re a coffee drinker, you really must plan a trip to Tulsa this winter. Here in the cultural capital of Oklahoma, our collective fondness for liquid bean supports a host of independent coffeehouses that keep us warm, energized, and … Continue reading

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Sometimes referred to as the “Restless Ribbon” where teenagers of the 1950s cruised on Friday and Saturday nights, Tulsa’s Brookside neighborhood is now a vibrant retail and entertainment district — and one of the most interesting spots in town to … Continue reading

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