Curing Sweet Tooths and Building Sweet Community

            TULSA, Ok. – It’s the First Friday of the Month and the downtown streets experience with Okies and visitors taking in the music, laughs and eclectic scenery. Tulsa’s history is already filled with changemakers; however, one unlikely place is bringing change in a way in which people have never experienced.              Antionette’s Baking Co is located […]

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Every Millennial’s Must Have Apartment List

I’ve finally gotten settled into my apartment and life is going is so well thus far. Whether you’re getting your first apartment in a new city or changing apartments in a college town, here’s a list of things that make living on your own (or with roommates) so much easier (and not break the bank!) […]

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Here’s the Real Tea…

It’s the end of Black History Month. It’s #MidtermsSZN. I’m tired. Everything’s happening at once. Why didn’t someone tell me that sometimes it’s hard?

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This One’s For Me and You…

Dancing in front of the bathroom mirror with the speaker on full volume and singing New Edition’s “This One’s for Me and You” would be unusual for a young single around Valentine’s Day. (by the way, you guys should go listen to this song) Christmas and New Year’s have come and gone, but Valentine’s Day […]

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What’s good 2019?

2018 was really an odd year but the biggest push in 2018 was being uncomfortable….

It’s almost 2019, but how was 2018?

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Dreams. Denials. Deferrals.

It’s 2 AM. You’re up again trying to make the product presentation just right. You’ve emailed your graphic designer 12 times to see if they can tweak one little thing, You’re trying to schedule a photo shoot to make sure that you give clients the best first look, but you can’t decide on a photographer. […]

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182 Days In…

The first day of summer has come and gone, but so has the first half of 2018. Many people use the midpoint of the year to evaluate the goals that they set and see what needs to be added, removed or adjusted. It seems like the first half has flown by, with the exception of […]

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