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Self-professed "geeky" coffee shop creates experimental brews in Tulsa's Pearl District

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The 14th Annual Blue Dome Arts Festival a success in Tulsa

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Tulsa holds first female music festival

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Local coffee shop takes journey to El Salvador

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Bridenstine discusses his ‘yes’ vote for AHCA

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Mayor G.T. Bynum’s budget proposal to add 90 police officers, inebriation program

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Tulsans brave rain to protest against environmental budget cuts

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Oklahoma visual artists gather for Tulsa’s first ‘Insta Meet’

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Tulsans put the "green" in "Green Country" and unite for Earth Day

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EVERY KINDA PEOPLE: Folks send in impressive pedestrian bridge designs to City of Tulsa

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