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  • Power in Community: Black Moon Tulsa

    Written by Monica McCafferty "Black power is community, and it always has been," says Elizabeth Henley, artist and founder of the collective Black ...
  • MANIFESTO

    Written by Parker D. Wayne   LEX, Alexis, Lexi, a.k.a. the future of indie pop... If you don’t already know this Tulsa-based singer/songwriter, N...
  • “It’s Giving” Events Planned in Response to Homophobic Attacks

    On Monday, October 31st, local Brookside business, The Donut Hole was attacked by an unidentified man after the shop hosted a queer event.  Footage...
  • Tulsa Poetry Collective Sparks Change Through Art

    Poetry is more than just words on a page. It can be a tool with which to build community and speak out against injustice. Alyssa Brown, a represent...
  • Artist Profile: Bianca Roland

    Self-taught, Oklahoma-based artist, Bianca Roland makes fantastical works of art. Her multimedia pieces are delectable. Some appear almost cake-li...
  • Arab Film Fest Tulsa

    The festival will run through Sunday, November 6th, showing films from Lebanon, Egypt, Morocco, Palestine, and Afghanistan and Somalia. Entry to all films is $30.00 with the All-Access Festival Pass.
  • HEAVEN AND HELL

    Trent Martin, Sharpside Barbershop owner, has spent his lifetime in Tulsa. On Friday, Oct. 14, he’s creating “HEAVEN AND HELL” in his hometown at Q...
  • Steph Simon Live on Standpipe

    For Steph Simon—rapper, festival organizer and community leader—the dream is long from over. A recent run in September with the relaunch of his yea...
  • Where Art and Community Meet: Tulsa’s Queer Art Market

    Pictured above: Queer Art Market Organizers Hannah Abert (left) and Kelsey Partin (right) The idea for a Queer Art Market first came to Kelsey Par...
  • GRRTSTOCK

    By Cole Yearwood GRRTSTOCK started as a joke a couple years ago for Grrt, a young Green Country photographer and creative. Then about 19 weeks ago,...
  • Modded Meetup No. 5

    The Modded Meetup is one of Tulsa’s most fascinating intersections of car enthusiasts, art, fashion, cannabis and culture. The annual Modded Meetup...
  • Tell Your Friends About Don't Tell Dad

    In 2018, Charlotte Bumgarner, Margo Starr, and Dax Dyson were in their late teens—a few high school students with a passion for art and music in ne...