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In the World of Recycling, Times Are Always A-Changin’

Trash Talk By BETH TURNER

As summer peaks, the school year peeks ahead. So, as we prepare ourselves for the busy, back-to-school schedule, here are a few statistics, events and reminders as we all work towards a cleaner, healthier Oklahoma.

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Bodean Delivers With Array of Seafood Dishes

Local Dining by BLAKE AUSTYN

Bodean Restaurant and Market is a Tulsa landmark that has called 51st Street and Harvard Avenue home for nearly 50 years. After being located on the north side of 51st Street for 40 years, the restaurant was forced to relocate with the expansion of Interstate 44 in 2007. It moved across 51st Street to 3376 E. 51st St., where it continues its long-held excellence.

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Kenzie Ralston Learns to Make Music Her Career

Out & About in Greater Tulsa by EMILY RAMSEY

Being a full-time musician, supporting yourself solely on your craft, your art, can’t be easy, I’ve often thought. I wonder how musicians do it.

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St. Francis Xavier Church Features Mission Style

On Architecture by ROGER COFFEY, AIA

Just before noon several years ago, as I approached the building site for one of my residential projects, my ears rang with upbeat Hispanic music. When I got to the site, the framing crew had a boom box connected to a construction generator along with a grill rapidly cooking an assortment of tasty tamales. The superintendent for this project was bilingual by necessity. Without a doubt, hardworking Hispanics have found a growing niche in Tulsa’s construction industry.

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Tulsa’s Union Depot Remains Art Deco Jewel

On Architecture by ROGER COFFEY, AIA

For many years, a large watercolor painting hung in a small conference room in my office. Painted by an architect, the painting’s subject was a pair of entrance doors with an arched transom. The glass in the rusted red doors and transom was shattered, conveying a mood of neglect and abandonment. This public building’s as-built use ended after 36 years. It stood empty for 13 years and then was successfully restored and repurposed. The building is Tulsa’s Union Depot Train Station.

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Students Create Quality Dishes at Foundations

Local Dining By BLAKE AUSTYN

Foundations Restaurant at Platt College, 3801 S. Sheridan Rd., is using its student-run kitchen to prepare culinary students for real-world restaurants, and the public gets to reap the rewards.

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Updated Zoning Code Needed for the Future

Commentary By DEWEY F. BARTLETT JR.

Tulsa has come quite a ways since the ‘70s. Our city is more sophisticated and complex than it was 45 years ago and along with that comes new challenges.

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Environmental Roundup: Eco-Happenings Across the State

Trash Talk By BETH TURNER

What a proud feeing to be surrounded by so many go-getter, no-excuses powerhouses that make our community a thriving, vibrant, healthy place to live, work and play. What better time to do just that than summertime?! Our state has a lot going on. Here are just a few of those activities and organizations providing outlets for all of us who desire to live with less trash.

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Tulsa County Recycling at an All-Time High

Trash Talk By BETH TURNER

An eco-activist does not have to look long to find a cause to champion these days. But sometimes, we need to stop and realize how far we’ve come and how much we do for the good of ourselves, our city and our future. Tulsa County residents are so on board with recycling that the city had to release a campaign to remind us just exactly what can and cannot be tossed in to curbside bins. Hats off, Tulsans! By the way, those four to focus on include paper, plastics #1 & 2, glass, and aluminum/ steel.

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Redrock Grill: Casual, Classy, Consistent

Local Dining By BLAKE AUSTYN

Redrock Canyon Grill opened in Tulsa at 9916 Riverside Pkwy in 2007. I have to admit that my affinity for local, non-corporate entities kept me for a long time from venturing into the restaurant, which offers Southwestern and American cuisine in a relaxed yet upscale atmosphere.

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Frank Lloyd Wright’s Westhope at Home in Tulsa

On Architecture By ROGER COFFEY, AIA

In 1928, the publisher of the Tulsa Tribune (for many years our evening newspaper), Richard Lloyd Jones, decided to build a new residence in the 3700 block of South Birmingham Avenue on the outer fringe of 1920s Tulsa. His natural choice for the architect was his cousin and close friend from his Wisconsin childhood Frank Lloyd Wright.

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Saving Lives: Putting the Brakes on Distracted Driving

Commentary By DEWEY F. BARTLETT JR.

Everywhere you go, people are talking on their cell phones while driving and oftentimes are not giving their full attention to the task at hand, which can lead to disastrous results.

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Photography Teacher Has Industry Experience

News from Tulsa Tech by Dr. STEVE TIGER

Each day the students at Tulsa Tech have an opportunity to learn career skills from talented, award-winning instructors who are eager to share their valuable years of industry experience with those willing to learn. Joey Johnson, Photography II instructor and recent Master Photographer Degree recipient, feels that the exact moment when a student learns a new concept is the biggest award an instructor receives.

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Sustainable Yards and Gardens Beautify While Saving Time, Money and the Environment

Trash Talk by BETH TURNER

Flowers are blooming, the sun is warm and the grass is getting tall. After mowing for the first time this season, I realized just how many ways our personal patches of green can either help or hurt our environment, as well as either suck up our time or give it back to us so we can enjoy our outdoor oasis. What if you never had to mow or weed-eat again? Now that sounds like my kind of eco-friendliness!

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Phantom of the Opera Makes Grand Entrance

Out & About in Greater Tulsa By EMILY RAMSEY

Tulsa reaped many rewards for two weeks in April when a tall, dark, masked and slightly crazed man came to town. A show that has been running since 1986, Phantom of the Opera continues its unchallenged reign of enduring popularity.

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