October 2017 Lifestyle Letter

The changing of the colors from vibrant, summery greens to autumnal yellows, rusty oranges and dark reds.
The shorter days spent at school and outside and the cooled-off weather after those dreaded dog days of summer.
The smell and crunch of freshly-fallen leaves, the taste of warm apple cider and perfect pumpkin pastries—so much pumpkin.

The windows-open Saturday football days and the chili-in-the-Crock-Pot Sunday football afternoons.


The commencement of all of these wonderful things can only mean one thing: fall is in the air.
And here at Tulsa Lifestyle, we’re ready for some of the best things this season has to offer: coffee, beer, comfort food and sports.
Whether you’re enjoying nachos at a game, coffee from your cafe of choice or beer from your go-to sports bar, we hope you feel festive this fall with all of the great food, sports and drinks to be found.
Here’s to hoping October’s issue of Tulsa Lifestyle gets you in the autumnal spirit and continues to inspire you with our great, local articles connecting you with the Tulsa community.

Have a spooky October. We’ll see you around.


The artistry of painter John Hammer


Chris Humphrey