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Tulsa State Fair Opening Day: Sept. 28

By EMILY RAMSEY

The Tulsa State Fair, with its 2017 theme “Take a Spin!,” returns Sept. 28-Oct. 8 at the Tulsa Fairgrounds.

This will be the fair’s second year with its new midway provider, North American Midway Entertainment, which brought about many noticeable changes last year.

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OKC’s Bricktown Brewery Finding a Local Audience

Local Dining By BLAKE AUSTYN

Bricktown Brewery came to the greater Tulsa area in 2014 in Owasso. Its second Greater Tulsa location opened in the summer of last year in the former Leon’s location in Brookside, 3301 S. Peoria Ave. Late last year, the company opened its third area location in a former Applebee’s in south Tulsa at 9407 E. 71st St.

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Salata Prepares to Open On Cherry Street

Salata, a salad bar chain concept, is preparing to open its second Tulsa restaurant, located at 1619 E. 15th St., on Cherry Street.

This will be the fourth Salata location in Oklahoma and among more than 60 in its nationwide system.

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Air Show Coming to Okmulgee

The City of Okmulgee, the Okmulgee Area Development Corporation, and Okmulgee Regional Airport announced that the first-ever air show will be held in Okmulgee on Saturday, Sept. 30.

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Gatesway to Hold Balloon Festival

Gatesway Foundation announces the 21st Anniversary Gatesway Balloon Festival to be held Sept. 15-17 at Chisholm Trail South Event Park, located at 21101 E. 101st St. (4000 E. New Orleans), just east of NSU in Broken Arrow. In addition to being the 21st appearance of the community festival, this year will mark the return of “Oklahoma’s original Balloon Festival” to Broken Arrow.

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Amelia’s Brings Gaucho-Inspired Cuisine to Brady

Local Dining By BLAKE AUSTYN

Amelia’s, 122 N. Boston Ave., opened in April in downtown Tulsa’s Brady Arts District as the long-time dream of owner Amelia Eesley, who has over 20 years in the restaurant industry.

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Postoak Lodge Opens Willow Café

Postoak Lodge & Retreat, 5323 West 31st St. N., recently opened Willow Café as an added convenience for weekend guests, says Trisha Kerkstra, Postoak general manager.

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Salata Opens

On July 20, Salata opened its first Tulsa-area restaurant at 6030 S. Yale Ave. in Kings Pointe Village. This is the second Salata in Oklahoma, with two more Tulsa-area locations planned to open in the fall.

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Tulsa State Fair to Feature Rebranded Rodeo

By EMILY RAMSEY

On Sept. 28, the Tulsa State Fair will begin its 11-day run, which will include a rebranded rodeo on Oct. 6 and 7.

The rodeo’s new name, the Red Dirt Rodeo, was created in response to audience feedback, says Sarah Thompson, Tulsa State Fair marketing and development supervisor.

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Maryn’s Joins in the Revival of Jenks’ RiverWalk

Local Dining By BLAKE AUSTYN

In May, Maryn’s Taphouse and Raw Bar opened in the Jenks RiverWalk Crossing.
The restaurant is a venture by Corey Crandall, a Booker T. Washington graduate with more than two decades of experience working in the restaurant industry. Crandall also owns George’s Pub, which he opened in downtown Jenks in 2010.

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Lost Kingdom Exhibit Now Open at Tulsa Zoo

The Tulsa Zoo hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony at its newest exhibit, the Lost Kingdom, on May 31.

This $21 million exhibit replaces the existing over 50-year-old tiger and snow leopard facilities with updated, naturalistic homes. The new habitats include enrichment elements, demonstration areas and year-round viewing opportunities for some of Asia’s most endangered species.

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‘The Way We Worked’ at The Museum B.A.

Through July 7, The Museum Broken Arrow is exploring the history and significance of the American workforce with “The Way We Worked,” a traveling exhibition from the Smithsonian Institution’s Museum on Main Street program.

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P.F. Chang’s Maintains Popularity in Utica Square

By BLAKE AUSTYN

I remember when P.F. Chang’s first came to Tulsa. The long lines of people out the doors and down the sidewalk and hours of waiting for a table were the norm long after its opening in early 2003. P.F. Chang’s, complete with its identifiable, statuesque stone horses, is located in Utica Square at 1978 E. 21st St., which is still its only location in the greater Tulsa area.

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Food Entrepreneurs Graduate

In May, Kitchen 66, founded by the Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation, graduated another group of food entrepreneurs.

Ten Tulsa food entrepreneurs spent four months in Kitchen 66’s Launch 1.0 Program honing their business skills, developing marketing plans and getting ready to take the next step in their food businesses.

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Cajun Ed’s Annual CrawFest Returns May 20

FAMILY-FRIENDLY EVENT: On May 20, Cajun Ed’s Hebert’s Specialty Meats, 2101 E. 71st St., will hold CrawFest 2017, with Cajun favorites, live music and crawfish games from 11 a/m/ to 7 p.m. Funds raised will benefit the Rockin’ G Equine Sanctuary. Admission free and food tickets are $2 each.

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