Greater Tulsa Reporter
There’s good reason for fans of the outdoor life in eastern Oklahoma to have already circled Feb. 2-8 on their calendars.
Whether they’re boaters, RV enthusiasts or want to be, this is the time of the year that the Tulsa Boat Sport & Travel Show comes to town.Read More
Bill Warren has bet over $40 million that his new movie palace, located near 121st Street and Aspen Avenue in Broken Arrow, will be the go-to theater in the Tulsa area. Emphasizing luxury at every turn, the moviegoer is expected to bypass nearer theaters showing the same film for the sheer joy of seeing it at the Warren Theatre.Read More
BY TERRELL LESTER
Sweet-shooting Steve Bontrager will be one of three individuals to be inducted into the Oral Roberts University Athletics Hall of Fame Saturday night, January 24. Bontrager will be joined by Jessica Kellogg (women’s soccer) and Pamela Ontiveros (women’s golf) in the 2015 class, to be presented at halftime of ORU’s basketball game with South Dakota State at 7 p.m. in the Mabee Center.Read More
Naples Flatbread began in 2009 in Naples, Fla. Since then, it has grown to five locations, with Tulsa being home to its only two locations outside of Florida.Read More
The winter is always when I want to curl up with a project, be that reading a good book, knitting a scarf or learning a new hobby entirely; the hibernation months of winter provide no better time.Read More
My friend the late Larry Payton, founder of Celebrity Attractions, gave me a recommendation for a quiet little show that landed on Broadway in 2012. I may have been vaguely aware of the 2007 movie, “Once,” starring the real-life couple, Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova, who wrote and performed all the songs in the film, including the Academy Award-winning “Falling Slowly.” I was not expecting, however, this beautiful piece of theater that stole a bit of my heart.Read More
Foreign affairs expert Fareed Zakaria joins Tulsa Town Hall as the third speaker in the 80th Anniversary season on Friday, Jan. 16. A press conference and student forum will be held from 9:30 to 10 a.m. in the Performing Arts Center LaFortune Room, and the lecture is scheduled for 10:30 to 11:30 a.m.Read More
Recently, a development financing assistance agreement was approved by Bartlesville Redevelopment Trust Authority (BRTA) with OKM Properties, Inc. in an amount not to exceed $17,362 in actual and verified expenses incurred in the renovation of the ground floor and exterior of the building which houses the OK Mozart Festival offices. This complements a previous recent grant from the Lyon Foundation for $128,120.Read More
Nancy Hermann, director of marketing at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center, received the Governor’s Media in the Arts Award during the 39th annual Governor’s Arts Awards for Excellence in the Arts. The event was held in the Fourth Floor Rotunda at the State Capitol of Oklahoma Dec. 4.Read More
Back in the ‘50s, when cars had tailfins and telephones had no mobility, rock ‘n’ roll was in its infancy.
Teenagers tuned transistor radios to The Big 97, KAKC, by far the most popular station in Tulsa.Read More
The Darnaby Elementary PTA is preparing for its 33rd year of the Darnaby Elementary Arts and Crafts Show. The annual event will take place Dec. 6 at the Union Multipurpose Activity Center, 6836 S. Mingo Rd.Read More
The Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come came to see me the other night. In this waking dream, we were at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center and the black-clad specter was waving me in from Third Street to see “The Nutcracker.”Read More
It doesn’t start to feel like Christmas until the holiday lights start appearing.
Castle of Muskogee’s Castle Christmas features more than 2,000 holiday lighted displays at its Castleton Village, a drive-thru light display.
As Tulsa saw its Hispanic community start to grow in the late 1990s, the need to cater to that community became apparent. Thus, the Hispanic Resource Center (HRC) was born in November 1999 and, this year, celebrates its 15th year, or quinceañera.Read More
With three successful locations, two in Tulsa and one in Oklahoma City, and a fourth recently opened in Broken Arrow’s Rose District, In the Raw Sushi has succeeded in holding onto its quality and popularity, even in the face of expansion.Read More