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The Dilemma of the Half-Eaten Donut on the Ground by my Truck

Maybe it’s the delirium of a three day weekend looming large in my future, but I noticed half of a donut on the ground by where I parked my truck this morning when I got to work. 121 more words

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KIA’s K900 is Turning Heads

Luxury is not uncommon, but perfection is rare. Since the K900 debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show last year, the media has praised the luxury vehicle for its “elegant yet dynamic exterior styling,” first-class interior, robust standard feature set and advanced technologies. 183 more words

Primeaux Kia Automotive

August Gathering Recap and Links

There are some people in this world who desire independency from the ‘system’ – the system being that which is supported by taxation, operates via coercion, and thrives on conformity. 296 more words


Children's Poet and Illustrator Kandy Radzinski Coming to Decopolis Book Festival

Decopolis is excited to host Kandy Radzinski as a featured children’s book author at the Decopolis Book Festival in Downtown Tulsa’s Deco District on Saturday, September 13th. 209 more words

Art Deco

Speedwork and Marathons

Training for a marathon requires endurance and time. Running splits at the track is the complete opposite! So when the Fleet Feet training program dedicated a day every week  to running at the track I was skeptical. 451 more words


Don Wagner Bringing Route 66 & Art Deco to Decopolis Book Festival

One of our favorite local authors, Don Wagner, will be dropping by the first-ever Decopolis Book Festival on Saturday, September 13th! He has written numerous books featuring Tulsa and its Route 66 and Art Deco treasures. 155 more words

Art Deco