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(Oklahoma Gazette / artwork "Identity Flow" by Brazen Wolf)

Cover Story: Jamie Pettis curates Backfire to retaliate against the establishment and negative state stereotypes

“I think we’ll see a lot of that realness and rawness have to come out again, because everyone’s going to be feeling it,” he said. “You can’t run away from it.”

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Tesla is back on the road, feeling refreshed and ready to rock

Tesla was born into the hair-metal heyday of the ’80s, its L.A. epicenter located just down the highway from their native Sacramento. But the gap between the two Cali metropolises proved just enough to instill a different set of sensibilities, even if they traveled in similar circles.

Mind matters

After a series of secret previews that took place earlier this year, Oklahoma’s premier mentalist, William Rader, will debut his new show, An Enchanted Evening, to the public, kicking off a series of recurring monthly performances. Taking a cue from 19th-century parlor shows, An Enchanted Evening is being performed in an intimate Automobile Alley location, so everyone

Blazing art

Cherokee basket Shan Goshorn is a preservationist, storyteller and human rights activist. In other words, she’s a contemporary Native American artist. Goshorn, a Tulsa resident and Eastern Band Cherokee tribe member, has been supporting herself as an artist for 30 years and exploring various media — including photography, beadwork, painting, glass and metalworking — to

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