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  1. Tulsa’s Temple of the Three Jewels

    In 563 BCE, on the full moon day of April, a prince was born, named Siddhartha Gautama, who would leave his kingdom and abandon the material world in pursuit of freedom from old age, sickness, and death. At 35, while meditating beneath a bodhi tree, Siddhartha conquered the demons of his mind, liberated himself from the […]

    September 02, 2015

  2. Downtown Sunday Morning

      this is where the wind comes to a place where there are no longer plains to bolster the pioneer spirit the land grabbers heart the displaced tribes the broken words   and it is not for us to resume the count of what has fallen been discarded hidden or replaced the birds are busy […]

    September 01, 2015

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June 30, 2015

Issue 101

This issue explores faith and spirituality in the middle of America. Russell Cobb takes a day trip to browse the remnants of an early Jewish settlement in south-central Oklahoma, Randy Roberts Potts points his lens at Islamophobia at the Capitol, Mike Mariani tunes into LifeChurch.tv, and Sarah Morice-Brubaker considers the economy of heavenly tourism. Plus, letters and meditations from some of Oklahoma's most interesting leaders in faith, lessons on psycho-magic, and so much more. The cover features a stunning photograph by Brooke Golightly, a...

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April 15, 2015

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March 01, 2015

Vol. 6, Issue 5

Our 99th issue is filled with stories of progress and unlikely martyrdom.

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February 15, 2015

Vol. 6, Issue 4

In this issue, R.E. Graalman Jr. explains how a classified World War II program in Stillwater launched an academic and cultural transformation, LeAnne Howe reflects on Japan, Wall Street, and indigenous ancestry, and Cheryl Pallant criss-crosses the country with T.C. Cannon's "Two Guns Arikara" in her backseat. Plus, we've got new poetry by Benjamin Myers and Victoria McArtor and more.

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January 15, 2015

Wilber Glasby knows some folks think he’s a hoarder, but he sees cash value in his eight-acre junk-strewn kingdom in Yale, Oklahoma. Deaf since birth and retired from laying railroad track, the scrap dealer says he now lives off selling old soda machines, rusty farm implements and anything else on the place. His wife, Jane, hopes American Pick...
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January 01, 2015

Lee Lyles of Sulphur, Oklahoma, forged a love for heavy metal as a kid and blazed a farrier career that earned him an induction into the International Horseshoeing Hall of Fame. He’s shod horses for Elvis Presley and Loretta Lynn and amassed one of the world’s largest collections of blacksmith tools displayed at his National Museum of Horse...