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Cunningham Jewelry Maintains Integrity in Community

by EMILY RAMSEY

Cunningham Fine Jewelry and Appraisal Services holds a long history in Tulsa, a history that continues to be written today. The Cunningham family has been in business in Tulsa since 1910, says Howard Cunningham, owner of Cunningham Fine Jewelry. Both of Howard’s grandfathers came to Tulsa in 1910 and started businesses, one as a barber, the other as a grocer and butcher.

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‘Jersey Boys’ Highlights May at the Tulsa PAC

Show Buzz by NANCY HERMANN

“Jersey Boys” is back at the Tulsa PAC! This is a much-anticipated return, so, let’s begin at the end of May and work backwards through a big month of shows.

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TU to Host NCAA Tennis Championships May 19-30

The nation’s top collegiate tennis teams will converge on the city of Tulsa to compete at the 2016 NCAA Division I Men’s & Women’s Tennis Championships, May 19-30, at the Michael D. Case Tennis Center on the University of Tulsa campus.

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Flight Night Funds Power STEM Learning

Flight Night, the local nonprofit gala focused on science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education, has presented $501,000 in event proceeds to its 2015 beneficiaries, Fab Lab Tulsa and the Tulsa Regional STEM Alliance.

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Temple Israel: Mid-Century Modern at Finest

On Architecture By ROGER COFFEY, AIA

Gently nestled into the sloping hillside of 22nd Street in Tulsa is an example of mid-century modern architecture at its finest.

With an exterior palate of subtle shades of gray, Temple Israel, 2004 E. 22nd Pl., is a feast for the eyes. Built by Manhattan Construction in 1955, the building was designed by architect Percival Goodman who was known for his cutting-edge buildings. Goodman designed more than 50 synagogues during his distinguished career. The Temple was the third building for this Reform congregation.

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Jane Niemeyer Brings Comfort Through Nonprofit

By EMILY RAMSEY

After Jane Niemeyer was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2013, she experienced firsthand the range of emotions that the disease brings. She also witnessed up-close those feelings in fellow cancer patients.

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Tulsa Tech to Offer Assistance to Students Impacted by Wright Career College

Tulsa Tech announced recently that the career and technical training school district is ready to assist students whose career paths have been delayed by the sudden closing of Wright Career College (a private vocational school not affiliated with Oklahoma’s nationally-recognized CareerTech system).

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