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Prairie Brewpub: Memorable Beer, Food on Display

Local Dining By BLAKE AUSTYN

Prairie Brewpub, 223 N. Main St., opened in May in downtown Tulsa’s Brady Arts District to high expectations and eager, large crowds. The popularity has yet to dissipate.

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Tulsa PAC Kicks Off Its 40th Anniversary Season

Show Buzz by NANCY HERMANN

The PAC’s 40th anniversary season is big, varied and promises to be one of the most exciting ever.

Closing out August are three musicals that continue into September: Theatre Tulsa’s companion productions of “Oklahoma!” and “The Will Rogers Follies,” and Theatre Pops’ “Heathers.” Hardly missing a beat Sept. 9-18 is Tulsa Project Theatre’s “The Who’s Tommy.” This poignant, touching musical is a tad dark and every bit a rock- music experience. It won five Tony Awards in 1993 with hit numbers like “See Me, Feel Me” and “Pinball Wizard.”

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Former Student Sees Full Circle of Success

News From Tulsa Tech By DR. STEVE TIGER

For over 50 years, the state’s oldest and largest CareerTech institution has provided quality technical education to thousands of high school and adult students. Each day, Tulsa Tech helps students make their own path and begin their individual journey toward a successful career.

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Tulsa City/County Host Veterans Resource Fair

Commentary by DEWEY F. BARTLETT JR.

You are all familiar with both the City of Tulsa and Tulsa County as government organizations. We pass laws, collect taxes, provide services, and other essential government functions. Just like other businesses our size, we have a duty to provide our employees with benefits and opportunities to further themselves both personally and professionally.

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Encouraging Animal Awareness in Tulsa

Out & About in Greater Tulsa by EMILY RAMSEY

There are not many things that warm my heart more than seeing people spend time with their pets. The bobbing head in the backseat of a car; the prancing feet of a dog heading to the dog park; the quiet, contented animal lying beside his master’s feet at an outside cafe.

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Tulsa Tech Students Win National Scholarships

News From Tulsa Tech By DR. STEVE TIGER

This summer, Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) members from across the country gathered in San Diego to network with fellow students, attend program workshops and leadership sessions, and compete in events related to their careers.

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320 South Boston Building: Classic and Stately

On Architecture By ROGER COFFEY, AIA

Bricks and mortar additions cause buildings to grow in size, and as they grow, they establish a special identity and character. So it is for the 320 South Boston Building. This stately building with its classical Beaux Arts façade was designed by architect George Winkler in 1917. The north wing at 12 stories was originally the Exchange National Bank. This name and date are captured in intaglio letters at waist height in the limestone facing of the north (Third Street) elevation. In 1923, the 12-story south wing was added. This wing was almost a match to the north wing except for ground floor window treatment and a narrower dimension in the east-west direction. (The north wing has dramatically-tall arched windows.) The south wing is also significantly horizontally shorter than the north.

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Strapped Education Budgets Find Relief in Recycling

Trash Talk By BETH TURNER

With a now-strangled budget facing our Oklahoma schools, educators have to find ways to save money and their eyes are looking at bills and maintenance. The Oklahoma Green Schools Program and Project Learning Tree are two terrific organizations providing the training and guidance for student-led, hands-on, STEM-based curriculum that can lead to great savings.

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Making Connections, Finding an Escape at the PAC

Show Buzz by NANCY HERMANN

Coming in to work today, I was car dancing to an old Red Hot Chili Peppers song with the lyrics “Take me to the place I love, take me all the way.” I ruminate a lot as I negotiate potholes and search my soul for tailgater forgiveness while making my way on the B.A. Expressway every morning. Today, I was thinking how special it was for the Red Hot Chili Peppers to produce a rocking sweet song about Los Angeles. When I looked up its origins, I found out that “Under the Bridge,” written by the band’s lead singer Anthony Kiedis, was conceived as he was driving the L.A. freeway and is about his hometown and about a lot of other things, including the deepest feelings of isolation.

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Sustainability Practices At Work Create A Better Bottom Line

Trash Talk By BETH TURNER

More than 20 local companies recently completed a year-long beta test of a new sustainability tool created by Sustainable Tulsa, and it’s now available for you, free of charge. It’s called ScoreCard. The ScoreCard is a unique sustainability report for area businesses and organizations. Sustainable Tulsa’s Corey Williams says this reporting improves a company’s “triple bottom line.”

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International Plaza Building a World-Class Structure

On Architecture by ROGER COFFEY, AIA

There are some office structures that in your face loudly proclaim, here I am, look at me. Others stand modestly and unobtrusively as you pass them by. The International Plaza Building at 1350 South Boulder is one of the latter, quiet in its subtle elegance as it sits on its one-acre site.

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FlyingTee Brings Dining Options to Riverwalk

Local Dining By BLAKE AUSTYN

FlyingTee opened in Jenks on June 7. For everyone who has visited the golf entertainment facility, they know that it is for more people than just golf enthusiasts.
The entertainment venue is located at the northern end of Riverwalk Crossing, with, in addition to golf, three restaurant offerings, one on each floor, of its building.

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Finding New Interests is Beneficial for the Brain

Out & About in Greater Tulsa By EMILY RAMSEY

I love hobbies, and yet I never seem to be satisfied with the ones I already have. I regularly find myself on the search for new ones, with this ever-present curiosity of what I haven’t tried yet: fishing, running, crocheting, composting, repurposing, rock climbing.

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The Heat is On with Hot Entertainment this Summer

Show Buzz by NANCY HERMANN

The summer endures, and we know you are looking for a cool and comfortable place to enjoy some kickback time. July and August at the Tulsa PAC offer a variety of musicals and dance programs that will keep you engaged and entertained.

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Safety Matters in Tulsa’s Workplaces, Roadways

Commentary By DEWEY F. BARTLETT, JR.

In 2012, the City of Tulsa’s safety and injury issues were first identified in an independent report, showing that the City of Tulsa’s worker’s compensation costs totaled $27 million, and incident rates were twice as high as similar-sized cities.

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