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Big Band Grandstand returns Group keeps its music alive in wake of the pandemic

By Alex Gallagher Now that the Big Band Grandstand has renewed its rehearsals, director Bob Waterworth is expanding his group’s reach to younger musicians. He plans...

The World of Bob Dylan Tulsa professor shows the troubadour’s sides in new book

BY Alex Gallagher University of Tulsa professor Sean Latham joined other music lovers to pen “The World of Bob Dylan,” which was released on Dylan’s...

Inspired by Mom: Steve Alfonsi wants others to feel respected in home care

BY Glenn Swain Steve Alfonsi is on a mission to assure dignity and respect for individuals and families needing care at home, as well as...

Treating the Whole Person: Glencroft erases stigma of modern living centers

BY Christina Fuoco-Karasinski When Glencroft Center for Modern Living underwent physical and theoretical facelifts three years ago, CEO John Wenzlau didn’t realize the impact it...

Ask Gabby Gayle: Advice column for the over-50 crowd

By Gayle Lagman-Creswick Dear Gabby Gayle: The headline on your recent column really caught my attention. “Do I need to go to church?” I thought I...

Leibo At Large: Hunting should work both ways

By David Leibowitz Every so often on Facebook or Instagram, I see that one of my friends has gone hunting, successfully killing this or that...

Doggy Delight Daily Dose has the remedy for pandemic boredom

BY Laura Latzko Restaurants are reopening after Gov. Doug Ducey lifted COVID-19 restrictions. Others are being cautious while offering fun options for customers. The Daily Dose...

Paul Stanley studies the past while exploring the present with Soul Station

BY Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Long before Paul Stanley found success with Rock & Roll Hall of Famers Kiss, he was checking out the heavy hitters like...

Nothin’ Stupid: Get a kick out of this Frank Sinatra tribute

BY Laura Latzko Frank Sinatra had a special way of captivating audiences with songs like “Fly Me to the Moon,” “New York, New York,” “I...

Bucking Trends With KNIX, Jim West watched it make broadcast history

BY Christina Fuoco-Karasinski Jim West considers himself lucky — in the right place at the right time. In the late 1970s, he worked for KNIX when...