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Bodean Delivers With Array of Seafood Dishes

Local Dining by BLAKE AUSTYN

Bodean Restaurant and Market is a Tulsa landmark that has called 51st Street and Harvard Avenue home for nearly 50 years. After being located on the north side of 51st Street for 40 years, the restaurant was forced to relocate with the expansion of Interstate 44 in 2007. It moved across 51st Street to 3376 E. 51st St., where it continues its long-held excellence.

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Students Create Quality Dishes at Foundations

Local Dining By BLAKE AUSTYN

Foundations Restaurant at Platt College, 3801 S. Sheridan Rd., is using its student-run kitchen to prepare culinary students for real-world restaurants, and the public gets to reap the rewards.

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Annual Taste of Bixby: June 11

The annual Taste of Bixby networking event, hosted by the Bixby Metro Chamber, will be held June 11, 5:30 p.m.-8 at the SpiritBank Event Center.

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Philbrook Features Picasso, Dali and Matisse

Philbrook Museum of Art’s newest exhibition, which opened May 31, brings together work from some of the most prominent European artists of the late nineteenth through mid-twentieth centuries including Pablo Picasso (1881-1973), Salvador Dalí (1904-1989), Henri Matisse (1869-1954), and Auguste Rodin, (1840-1917) among others.

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Gilcrease Presents Works of California Impressionism

Running May 3-Sept. 6 is Gilcrease Museum’s exhibition “California Impressionism: Selections from The Irvine Museum.”

Some of the most popular works of art in The Irvine Museum’s collection will be displayed in this exhibition. Arcadian Hills by William Wendt (1865-1946) gets its title from the ancient Greek district of Arcadia, the idyllic paradise of legend and epic poetry. Titles echoing poetry and biblical passages are frequently seen on Wendt’s paintings as a way of praising the beauty and nobility of the California landscape, which he characterized as “Nature’s Temple.”

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Dinner Series Features Local Chefs, Winery

By EMILY RAMSEY

All summer long in downtown Tulsa’s East Village, the Local Chef Dinner Series is offering Tulsans the opportunity to take widely diverse culinary journeys with well-known local chefs in a Tulsa-based winery.

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Fire Damages a Favorite Local BBQ Restaurant

TEMPORARILY CLOSED: Joe and Cindy Keough, long-time owners of Wrangler’s BBQ at 7915 E. 71st St., recently suffered a fire at their restaurant and are temporarily closed. Cindy is concerned for her customers. She says, “I miss my customers! They are family and friends. I love sharing in their lives.” The Keoughs hope to reopen this summer.

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Warren Theatre: More Than Just Movies

Local Dining by BLAKE AUSTYN

As was expected, since opening in December, the Broken Arrow Warren Theatre, 1700 W. Aspen Creek Drive, is holding its own against its competition. This comes as no surprise, considering the movie-watching experiences and amenities offered there stand alone in quality and distinctiveness.

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Renaissance Festival Returns to Castle of Muskogee May 2-31

The Oklahoma Renaissance Festival is back for its 20th year, May 2-31 at the Castle of Muskogee.

The annual festival will feature more than 600 costumed stage and street performers, merchants and artisans who all have the goal of transporting patrons back to the 16th century.

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Bixby Loves BBQ

By EMILY RAMSEY

The Bixby BBQ ‘n Blues Festival returns for its 14th year of music and barbecue, May 1-2 at Washington Irving Memorial Park.

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Maxxwell’s Finding Its Place on Rt. 66

Local Dining By BLAKE AUSTYN

Maxxwell’s Restaurant, located at 2626 E. 11th St. in the Campbell Hotel, opened at the end of 2013 and is still building a name for itself. Or, rather, rebuilding a name for itself.

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Musicians Keep Local Music Scene Thriving

Out & About in Greater Tulsa By EMILY RAMSEY

I may not currently be as much into Tulsa’s music scene as I would like, but I want to change. That’s because I know I’m missing out. I know this because of what I’m always hearing: that Tulsa has a music scene that is the envy of other cities and musicians.

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Hop Bunz Comes to South Tulsa

Local Dining By BLAKE AUSTYN

Admittedly, when I heard about another burger joint joining the Tulsa restaurant ranks, I was less than enthused. Even with my love for beer, Tulsa’s eating landscape already seemed quite covered with burger and beer concepts.

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Dalesandro’s Holds onto Family Heritage, Quality

Local Dining by BLAKE AUSTYN

“It’s comfortable; the food is simple and beautiful,” says Sonny Dalesandro, of Dalesandro’s, the cozy yet trendy restaurant that his father opened more than two decades ago, which is nestled unassumingly at 1742 S. Boston Ave.

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Polo Grill to Host Dinner with Winemaker Merry Edwards

Polo Grill is hosting Merry Edwards on October 16th at 6:30 pm for a wine dinner featuring 5 Wines from the Merry Edwards portfolio. The wine will be complimented by the menu paired to perfection by Executive Chef Omar Galban. Some of the pairings like Tuscan Braised Rabbit with Creamy Polenta paired with the Merry Edwards Russian River Valley Pinot Noir or Roasted Corn Soup with a Corn & Jalapeno Fritter paired with Merry Edwards Sauvignon Blanc will bring the wines and food into a perfect harmony.

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