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Voters choose Gathering Place as USA Today’s Best New Attraction

Gathering Place is adding “Best New Attraction” to their list of accolades after winning the USA Today’s 10Best Readers’ Choice 2018 Best New Attraction award. On Friday, Jan. 18, Executive Park Director Tony Moore was joined by Tulsa Mayor G.T. Bynum in the Williams Lodge to announce the Park receiving the national honor at the same time USA Today announced it to their 2.6 million readers.

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Entertainment Fun Predicted for New Year

Show Buzz by NANCY HERMANN

Remember when people feared Y2K would create global chaos? That anxious time leading up to 2000 is now two decades old. Here we are in 2019, Y2K-wiser and, as a matter of course, dealing with whatever personal, world or domestic issues draw our attention. At home, when I feel even run-of-the-mill chaos encroaching, I put down my phone, turn off TV and turn on music. A night on the town offers the same respite ? a chance to relax, refocus, and remember that life should be fun.

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Red Dirt Founding Father Steve Ripley Remembered

Searching for the Sound by BRYAN CANTRELL

“I love Nashville country and Texas Tex-Mex and Cajun and Motown soul, but in the heart of America, we got the beat that’s guaranteed to tap your toes…”
– Steve Ripley, Tulsa Shuffle

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Rogers State Public Television Moves to Channel 32

RSU Public TV is moving from channel 36 to channel 32 on Feb. 11 as part of a “repacking” effort.

Repacking is mandatory by the FCC and will affect three stations in the Tulsa television market, including RSU Public TV.

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Famous Tulsan Leon Russell to be Celebrated

By TERRELL LESTER

Russell Bridges will be remembered and celebrated on Feb. 9 with a concert at his high school alma mater.

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Tulsa Boat, Sport and Travel Show to Highlight Bravo’s Captain Lee

The Tulsa Boat, Sport and Travel show will host The Stud of the Sea, Captain Lee Rosbach from Bravo TV’s “Below Deck,” on January 28 and 29.

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Route 66 to Rock and Roll with MidLife Crises Band

On Saturday, Feb. 16, Tulsa Route 66 Main Street will be shakin’ it up as two of Tulsa’s greatest assets collide. The Fabulous MidLife Crisis Band will be performing on historic Route 66 at this year’s annual East Meets West event, “Rockin’ and Rollin’ on Route 66.”

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20 Years of Ho! Ho! Ho! in Broken Arrow

By BOB LEWIS

For more than 20 years, Roger Hale has been a bigger part of Broken Arrow’s Christmases than chestnuts roasting on an open fire, holly, mistletoe and sleigh bells ringing combined.

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All-Female Cast Inducted Into OK Music HOF

By TERRELL LESTER

A child star from an innocent era and a chanteuse launched from the saloon circuit of Tulsa were among the 10-member, all-female class ushered into the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame in November.

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Roy Clark: Master Entertainer, Prominent Tulsan

Searching for the Sound by BRYAN CANTRELL

“We loved this time we spent with you, to share a song and a laugh or two, may your pleasures be many, your troubles be few.”
– Closing song from Hee Haw

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The Salvation Army’s Annual Women’s Auxiliary Luncheon and Fashion Show a Successful Event

Just like Santa Claus and little red kettles, The Salvation Army Women’s Auxiliary’s Annual Christmas Luncheon and Fashion Show is a tradition during the holidays. The 66th annual luncheon was held Dec. 4 at the Renaissance Tulsa Hotel and Conference Center in Tulsa. The 2018 theme was “I’ll Be Home for Christmas” and a silent auction was held. Civic leader Jackie Poe served as the honorary chair.

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Roy Clark Made an Indelible Mark on Tulsa

By BOB LEWIS

On Nov 15, Tulsa lost one of its best known and most beloved citizens.

I am sure reams of newspaper copy and hours of radio and TV time will highlight Roy Clark’s musical skills, his introduction of country music to the Soviet Union and the vast number of awards and halls of fame inductions he received. But the man I had the pleasure of knowing and working with was much more than all of these professional laurels put together.

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Fresh Skin Spa Offers Complete Menu of Services

By KAYLEY FORSHEY

In a growing area on 11th Street, just one mile from downtown Tulsa, is a sweet boutique spa with an inviting water-blue storefront. Owners and life-long best friends Astasha Blystone and Laura Walker moved into their unique spa two years ago and say they have enjoyed being a part of this thriving area of Midtown.

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Castle of Muskogee Filled With Holiday Lights and Fun

The Castle of Muskogee offers holiday entertainment for the whole family. Visitors can take a leisurely drive through the Castleton Village, which is filled with thousands of holiday lights and displays. The drive through is free, and donations are gratefully accepted.

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Tulsa Youth Symphony Debuts Dec. 2

By K.J. Webb

The Tulsa Youth Symphony (TYS) was established in the early 1960s as an adjunct part of the Tulsa Philharmonic. Since its founding nearly 60 years ago, TYS has grown to over 150 young musicians from third graders through grade 12.

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