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  1. An Astrological Look at Oklahoma

    Most people know about the Sun Sign column in the newspaper, but did you know that astrologers do much more? We look the moments when individuals or social entities come into existence, as well as natural events and economic cycles. When we know the exact time and place of birth, we can tell an amazing story. Oklahoma was “born” as a […]

    July 29, 2015

  2. Love Beyond Belief

    When you have a church that is bound together by a promise rather than a belief system, you free people to be honest about what they believe and don’t believe. At All Souls Unitarian Church, in Tulsa, over 2,000 members are united by a covenant of love and service. That means that we have Christians, […]

    July 27, 2015

  3. Scenes from Muslim Day at the Oklahoma State Capitol

    Muslims in Oklahoma, like other minority communities in the state, haven’t always felt secure in their homes and places of worship. Earlier this year, the Oklahoma chapter for the Council on American-Islamic Relations decided to spend a day at the Capitol meeting with representatives, holding workshops, and sharing their faith in a public prayer. The […]

    July 22, 2015

  4. Heaven Is a Place for Sale

    Roberts Liardon loves talking about the sofa he sat on in Heaven. “It was alive,” he tells the congregation at Kensington Temple church in London. His voice is gravelly and confident, a bit Lewis Black’s but less grouchy and more Southern. “It was alive with comfort. When you sat on that sofa, comfort reached up […]

    July 21, 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...