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Nonprofit Gives Global Aid

The nonprofit organization JustHope will host its seventh annual Wine for Water fundraiser Oct. 9 at the Greenwood Cultural Center, 322 N. Greenwood Ave., in Tulsa. Doors open at 6 p.m., with meals and wine flights beginning at 6:30 p.m. The event will feature live entertainment, silent and live auctions, and a wine pull.

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Dance Instructor Aims to Inspire

By EMILY RAMSEY

Anthony Sule, an Owasso dance instructor, is quickly making the rounds in the local, and not so local, dance scene.

Since graduating high school in 2011, he has hosted master classes at Nathan Hale High School, his alma mater, and recently taught a master class in his hometown of Los Angeles. He has also taught hip hop at Stillwater High School and at most dance studios in the greater Tulsa area.

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Gilcrease Welcomes World-Class Research Facility

By EMILY RAMSEY

On Sept. 6-7, Gilcrease Museum and the University of Tulsa welcomed more than 4,500 visitors to the grand-opening celebration of the Helmerich Center for American Research.

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Dress for Success to Hold October Fundraiser

Dress for Success Tulsa will hold its annual fashion show and auction, “Step Up to Success,” on Oct. 10.

The event will take place at Sky Loft at 1st Place Tower, 15 E. 5th St., in downtown Tulsa. Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. The evening will begin with a silent auction, cocktails and dinner prepared by Chef Mark Michalski and from Tulsa-area restaurants. This year, the event is themed a Black & White party; patrons are invited to dress in business dressy attire and in line with the theme.

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Over the Edge Festival to Feature Nationally Known Country Music Artist

Country music recording artist Dean Alexander will perform at the Over the Edge Festival benefiting the Tulsa Area United Way on Friday, Oct. 10. The concert will begin at 1 p.m. and is free and open to the public.

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First Draft Celebrates 10 Years Oct. 10

Tulsa’s premier beer tasting event returns this fall to ONEOK Field, home of the Tulsa Drillers and anchor to the revitalized Brady and Greenwood Districts. The Tulsa Press Club’s annual First Draft craft beer tasting is celebrating its tenth year and will aptly be held Friday Oct. 10 from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m.

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Clark Theatre to Present Oklahoma!

Clark Theatre will present the musical Oklahoma! by Rodgers and Hammerstein October 11-20 at 7:30 at the Henthorne Performing Arts Center, 4825 S. Quaker.

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Mrs. Oklahoma Crowned Mrs. America

Michelle Evans was crowned Mrs. Oklahoma in March and on Aug. 30, she was named Mrs. America 2015 in Tucson, Ariz. Michelle Nicole Evans was born and raised in Oklahoma and attended Southwestern Oklahoma State University, where she graduated with honors pursuing a bachelors of science degree in nursing and a minor in marketing. Michelle is married to Dr. Heath Evans who is an oral and maxillofacial surgeon. Heath and Michelle went to middle school together at Union Public Schools. They have a one year-old daughter.

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Show Introduces Horses to Children

With the return of the U.S. National Championship Arabian Horse Show, Oct. 17-22, horses and riders will be doing more than competing; they will be visiting with the community.

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Fall Brings a Diversity of Entertainment to the PAC

Show Buzz By NANCY HERMANN

Fall entertainment is ready to harvest. In addition to football, the Fair, and a trip to the pumpkin patch, consider adding a variety of PAC shows to your October plans.
World news is grim these days. If you could use a couple hours of laughter, I highly recommend Theatre Tulsa’s Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, Oct. 3-12.

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Evening of Wine and Roses

Tulsa Garden Center’s An Evening of Wine and Roses will celebrate its 20th annual event Sept. 26, 7–9 p.m. at the Tulsa Municipal Rose Garden.

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Signature Symphony Presents Meet the Maestros

Imagination, inspiration and enthusiasm are on display as the finalists for the Signature Symphony at Tulsa Community College artistic director and conductor take the baton during the 2014–2015 season. Andrés Franco, Michael Rossi and Timothy Verville will showcase the creative talent they can bring to the professional orchestra as well as how they shape the sound by conducting one performance for the TTCU Pops series and one performance for the Williams Classics series during the season.

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BGB Takes Brownies Burgers to New Heights

LOCAL DINING By BLAKE AUSTYN

When Dusty Oakley, owner of Brownies Hamburgers, was approached about taking the nearly 60-year-old icon and adding upscale specialty burgers to its name, he didn’t need much time to decide.

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Tulsa Ballet Welcomes Local Children to Audition for The Nutcracker

On September 13, 2014, Tulsa Ballet welcomes local children, ages 6-14, to audition for Marcello Angelini’s The Nutcracker. Interested young dance students may audition for roles such as baby clowns, party children, mice, soldiers, tumblers and Marie. The Nutcracker provides aspiring young dancers the opportunity to perform with the professional artists of Tulsa Ballet. Auditions will take place from 1:30p.m.-6:00p.m. at the Tulsa Ballet headquarters located at 1212 E. 45th Place S., Tulsa, OK 74105 (45th and Peoria). Please visit www.tulsaballet.org for complete audition information and required rehearsal schedule.

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PAC Theaters Ready for Epic Entertainment

Show Buzz By NANCY HERMANN

The Tulsa Performing Arts Center resumes a frenetic pace this month but not before a recap of one of the most satisfying theatre experiences I’ve had in all my years at the PAC. I was among the more than 7,000 people who attended Theatre Tulsa’s “Les Misérables” in August. Its director and choreographer, Sara Phoenix, and musical director Jeremy Stevens put some awesome talent onto the 420-seat Williams Theatre stage. The entire look, feel and sound of the production was spot on. Impressive. And not just impressive “for community theater.” It was flat-out amazingly good.

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