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"Shades of White" - Play by Local Playwright Explores Race, Reconciliation and Love

“Shades of White”, a compelling and dramatic comedy in two acts by Tulsa-based award-winning screenwriter and playwright Ilan Kozlowski, premiered to sold-out audiences on November 10, 11, and 12, 2017, at Tyrrell Hall at the University of Tulsa.

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The Museum Broken Arrow to Release Interactive Children's Book

Recently, The Museum Broken Arrow debuted a special children’s book, “Marmie: A Mouse on Main Street.”

Proceeds from the book will support the Museum and its programs.

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Douglas Miller Releases Book on Tulsa History

Just in time for the holiday season, the second of two books exploring the relationship between Tulsa’s architecture and its history was released Dec. 8.

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Shops of Seville Anchors Jenks District

By BLAKE AUSTYN

Back in the mid-1990s, there was a need for an upscale shopping center in the growing Jenks school district.

Therefore, in 1997, long-time Tulsan Ray Biery set out to construct one of the first shopping centers, Shops of Seville, in the southernmost portion of the city at that time, at 101st Street and Yale Avenue.

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Nielsens Center Stage for Waterford

Nielsens Gifts, located in The Plaza at 81st Street and Lewis Avenue, was the first store in Oklahoma to carry Waterford Crystal. Arthur Nielsen selected the new crystal art when there was only one pitcher being imported to the USA in the early 1960s. Waterford and Nielsens has had a strong partnership ever since.

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Rotary Hosts 'Shop with a Cop'

The Rotary Club of Tulsa held its annual “Shop with a Cop” event in December. The program pairs students from Celia Clinton Elementary School with police officers who help students shop for Christmas presents for their families. Pictured at the event in 2016 are Tulsa police officers with Rotarians Lindsey Dunn, center; Becky Fields; Lynne Moore, second from right; and John Rains with Clinton Elementary students.

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Area Table Tennis Club Forming For All Skill Levels

By BRAD BALMER

Looking for something to do this winter? Join us in playing the second most popular participant sport in the world and the most popular racket sport—ping pong.

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Arvest Winterfest Brings Cheer

The time has come to bundle up and enjoy the magical spirit of the holidays with Tulsa’s favorite winter festival has returned to the streets of downtown Tulsa as the 10th Annual Arvest Winterfest presented with Toyota. Named by the national People Magazine as the top holiday destination in Oklahoma, Winterfest will be open through Sunday, Jan. 7 (including all holidays in between). 

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Explore the History of Tulsa’s Christmas Parade

Tulsa Christmas Parade by Jessica Gullo, published by Arcadia Publishing, is currently available at arcadiapublishing.com and tulsachristmasparade.org.

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Live Entertainment Tops Holiday List

Show Buzz by NANCY HERMANN

Do you have your holiday list ready? That would be the schedule of shows you plan to enjoy before New Year’s Eve. Who couldn’t use some family-and-friends time, away from screens of all sizes, and a few leisurely hours set aside for live entertainment?

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Castle of Muskogee Celebrates with Castle Christmas

The Castle of Muskogee continues its yearly holiday tradition with Castle Christmas and the Garden of Lights at Honor Park. Both activities are open through New Year’s Eve.
Individuals can take a leisurely drive for free through the Castleton Village, which is filled with thousands of holiday lights and displays. While the drive is free, donations are accepted.

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Questers Aim to Preserve History

By EMILY RAMSEY

The Questers was founded by Jessie Elizabeth Bardens in 1944 in Pennsylvania. For the group’s first meeting, Bardens asked 14 people to bring a sandwich and an antique, notes Sharon Scott, first vice president of the Oklahoma State Questers.

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Red Dirt Music: A Farm-Raised Oklahoma Original

Searching for the Sound by BRYAN CANTRELL

New Orleans has Dixieland. Seattle has Grunge. Stillwater has Red Dirt.
Literally and musically.

It’s a genre that has gained popularity nationwide and even internationally, but Stillwater, Oklahoma, is its undisputed birthplace.

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Tulsa Youth Symphony Presents Fall Concert

The Tulsa Youth Symphony with perform its first concert of the season on Monday, November 20 at 7:00 p.m. at the Union High School Performing Arts Center, 6636 South Mingo Rd. in Tulsa.

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Holidays Launch with Arts and Entertainment

Show Buzz by NANCY HERMANN

November in Tulsa is rich with entertainment. Celebrities, big-name bands and Grammy-winners galore can add variety to your holiday-time planning. And, if the fine arts and family-friendly events are more your style, look no more. Tulsa-area venues comprise a cornucopia of it all.

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