As progress continues at A Gathering Place for Tulsa (TGP), the park recently announced its leadership team. TGP has named Kirsten Hein as senior programming officer, Josh Henderson as senior operations officer, Amanda Murphy as senior marketing officer and Steve Terry as senior culinary officer. The team will work together with Tony Moore, park director, in running the day-to-day operations and programming for the park.Read More
Editor’s Note: Tulsa’s Young Professionals 2017 Chair Stephanie Cameron is one of Greater Tulsa Reporter’s “10 People to Watch in 2017,” as announced in its January 2017 issue. GTR was the first news group in greater Tulsa to introduce “10 People to Watch,” which launched in January 2009.
Tulsa’s Young Professionals played a key role in keeping 2017 Chair Stephanie Cameron in Tulsa after she moved to the city in 2008, and this year in particular, she is paying it forward.
The 2017 OK Mozart Music Festival in Bartlesville June 8-18 has delivered on its promise of a revitalized festival with a knockout lineup of classical performers, as well as the addition of new music genres.Read More
As part of a Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) project, Tulsa Tech Apparel Design student Jimi Kusek recently spent two days visiting a first grade class at Tulsa Public Schools’ Skelly Elementary to talk with them about the importance of exercise.Read More
For Tom Ososkie, his is a life of numbers. A life divided by two. One part of Ososkie is defined by his standing as a higher-education math instructor. The other, more public annotation of Ososkie’s being is that of football coach. In the world of Tom Ososkie, football and math are the sum of two primes.Read More
A long-time, beloved Glenpool business is changing hands, but the new owners are hoping that the change goes unnoticed. “We want to carry on the great service and traditions that customers have come to know at Pregler Lawn and Garden,” says new Owner Jay Stout.Read More
Anyone who thinks that Tulsa hasn’t grown over the years has only to look at our present City Hall located at Second Street and Cincinnati Avenue and then at the Tulsa Municipal Building, our World War I vintage City Hall at 124 E. 4th St.Read More