Greater Tulsa Reporter
The holidays are upon us, as are all of the events, music and festivities that come with them.
“A Christmas Carol” makes its splendid return to the Tulsa Performing Arts Center Dec. 10-13, 16-20, 21-23.Read More
Various activities relating to the upcoming Christmas holiday season are unfolding throughout greater Tulsa, with Winterfest in downtown Tulsa as an annual highlight. For more information on Winterfest, please see page 5. The following is a brief listing of just a few of the holiday actiivies throughout greater Tulsa.Read More
“I knew she was going to be a star,” Barbara Terry said, in reference to a pre-teen Rachael Ferrera.
Terry’s daughter and Ferrera grew up together, and Ferrera’s natural charisma was all too easy to see, according to Terry.Read More
The holidays are in full swing, and Castle of Muskogee has once again transformed its historic castle into a Christmas wonderland.
Visitors can start their evening at the Castle with a drive through the Castleton Village, filled with thousands of holiday lights and displays. The drive through is free, but donations are accepted.Read More
The Hispanic American Foundation (HAF) in Tulsa held its annual Noche de Gala fundraising event Oct. 24 at Southern Hills Country Club.Read More
Nielsens Exclusive Gifts at The Plaza, 81st Street and Lewis Avenue, recently hosted the visit of Waterford’s world famous Ambassador and Master Craftsman Tom Power on Nov. 14.Read More
On Oct. 4, Tulsa Foundation for Architecture (TFA) hosted its annual Dwell in the IDL tour, where downtown Tulsa residences opened their doors to show attendees the various available living options.Read More
On Dec. 5, the Tulsa Herb Society will hold Carols and Crumpets, its annual herbal craft fair, 8 a.m.-3 p.m. at the Tulsa Garden Center, 2435 S. Peoria Ave.Read More
A private Facebook page that has grown to nearly 20,000 devout followers in five months.
Online specials that sell out in seconds and crash servers in the process.
Loyal shoppers willing to camp out overnight in lieu of a special offer.
BOK ACHIEVEMENT: On Sept. 25, the BOK Center hit the milestone of five million attendees to the arena. At 6:05 p.m., the arena’s five millionth customer, Hunter Orcutt, walked through the doors and had her ticket to see Florida Georgia Line scanned. Orcutt and her husband, Alan, had their seats upgraded to the first row, they met Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley of Florida Georgia Line prior to the show, and Orcutt received an assortment of other prizes.Read More
On Oct. 6, representatives from 45 local nonprofit arts organizations joined Phil Lakin, CEO of Tulsa Community Foundation, in launching Arts Alliance Tulsa, a new endeavor to provide funding and audience development support for the community’s cultural assets.Read More
The 2015 Tulsa State Fair finished its 11-day run Oct. 11 and saw an estimated attendance of 1.2 million.
“Throughout the year, our team plans, builds and prepares for Tulsa’s largest family event. There is a lot of pressure that goes into executing an event of its size,” says Mark Andrus, president and CEO of Expo Square. “With over 800 scheduled events taking place during an eleven day span, every detail is discussed and considered with the best interest of our community in mind.”Read More
The Tulsa State Fair Junior Livestock Auction is a time honored tradition that celebrates and rewards agricultural youth across the state of Oklahoma. Thousands of 4-H and FFA Oklahoma youth traveled to Tulsa to compete in the State Championship of Livestock Shows in hopes of winning the prestigious title of Grand Champion.Read More
Philbrook Museum of Art is hosting In Living Color: Andy Warhol and Contemporary Printmaking from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and his Family Foundation. The exhibit opened Oct. 18 and runs through Jan. 17.Read More
An interesting building occupies the property at 1381 Riverside Dr. in Tulsa. It’s interesting in the way it nestles into the hillside as if it always belonged there. It’s interesting because its front is dominated by a large 14-foot-diameter circular glass window. And finally, it’s interesting because it is slightly run down in the way of old buildings with long deferred maintenance. Originally called Riverside Studio, this building is the Spotlight Theatre.Read More