Livin’ on Tulsa Time

Mike Wozniak might not be a Tulsa native, but he’s certainly dug his roots in enough to call the city home. Since moving to Green Country in the early ’90s, he and a handful of like-minded business owners have carved out a section of T-Town to make their own: the Tulsa Arts District. Nestled against…

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Van Go

Inside Mo Elliott’s Sprinter van, there are striped towels slung over the shoulder of the passenger’s seat, an unmade bed, a hodgepodge of kitchenware and cutlery on a tiny wooden kitchen countertop. Inside the van, there is only 80 square feet of livable space. Outside the van, there’s America—a different corner of the country every…

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Rising of the Plains

[maxgallery name=”okc-gallery”] In fairness, it was difficult for Oklahoma City to fulfill expectations in the snow. Where there should have been the effects of burgeoning change brought on by swells of money and influence from oil and gas, or the still-clanging reverberations of the boom-town mentality made manifest in weathered leather goods and the pungency…

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