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CareerTech Prepares Students, Contributes to Prosperity

News from Tulsa Tech by DR. STEVE TIGER

Tulsa Tech is the oldest and largest technology center in Oklahoma’s nationally-acclaimed CareerTech system. We provide affordable, industry-standard technical training in an engaging, innovative learning environment where students benefit from instructors with years of valuable industry experience.

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Tulsa’s Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church a Departure from Classical Byzantine Architecture

On Architecture by ROGER COFFEY, AIA

The Greek Orthodox Church has a long history in Christianity. Some date its present beginnings to the 1054 AD “Great Schism” when it separated from the Catholic Church. Others would put this date much earlier. Regardless, this faith has developed church buildings with a distinct character in its more than 1,000-year history. The resulting architectural style is often called Byzantine. A key church that reflects this style is Hagia Sophia in Istanbul, which is so well known that it is almost a symbol of the Greek Orthodox faith. Other famous Greek Orthodox Church buildings would be St. Mark in Venice and St. Basil in Moscow.

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Voters Encouraged to Cast Ballots on June 26

From Tulsa County By COMMISSIONER RON PETERS

Historically, there has been low voter participation in elections held during the summer. There are many reasons why voter turnout has been only a small percentage of registered voters.

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Tulsa’s Summer Shows Attract Star Power

Show Buzz by NANCY HERMANN

Have you ever wondered what qualities make a star? The entertainment business is famously competitive, with few spots open at the top. Why do some performers strike gold when most do not?

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Thompson Building One of the Largest from Boomtown Era

On Architecture by ROGER COFFEY, AIA

At the southwest corner of 5th Street and Boston Avenue, one of Tulsa’s early multi-story office buildings rises 15 stories to a height of 215 feet. With a square footprint, its total footage is 142,668 square feet, making it one of the largest office buildings in Tulsa built in the 1920s – 1930s.

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As Temperatures Rise, Local Music Heats Up

Searching for the Sound by BRYAN CANTRELL

As the temperatures begin to creep into the 90s, I’m reminded of the words of Jacob Tovar: “I got three good reasons for leaving Tulsa: July, August and you.”

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New Career, Classic Style for Tulsa Tech Alum

Clayton Keith may have a new career, but his style is definitely classic, highlighted by the fact that he prefers to honor his craft working as a barber, as opposed to a stylist. One of the metro-area’s newest members to join the grooming profession can be found at Blades Barbering, located at 3711 S. Harvard Ave. The Owasso and Collinsville area resident credits many special childhood memories for his initial attraction to the industry.

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Star-Studded Lineup Slated for Spring

Show Buzz by NANCY HERMANN

Our Tulsa area enjoys its best weather in the spring and fall, prompting venues and promoters to come up with events that are enticing enough to draw an audience inside. Are Willie Nelson and Tom Jones tempting enough? Perhaps ZZ Top and REO Speedwagon? Maybe Jerry Seinfeld on the comic side or a penetrating performance related to Black Wall Street.

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Tulsa Tech Student Goes from Farm to Pharmacy

News from Tulsa Tech by DR. STEVE TIGER

Students enrolled in Tulsa Tech’s Pharmacy Technician program learn the science of pharmaceutical compounding, medication inventory procedures, and more as they prepare for careers in a retail, apothecary, clinical, or hospital setting.

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Bohemian Pizzeria Adds Charm to East Village

Local Dining By BLAKE AUSTYN

East Village Bohemian Pizzeria, 818 E. 3rd St., opened in downtown Tulsa’s East Village at the end of 2014.

The district is an upscale, quaint diamond in the rough in downtown Tulsa. The area has recently seen a growth in its offerings with the opening of The Boxyard at 3rd Street and Frankfort Avenue, bringing a much-needed retail and services element to the district.

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U2 and Justin Timberlake Top Spring Lineup

Show Buzz by NANCY HERMANN

Concert entertainment, anywhere, can’t get much better than U2 and Justin Timberlake in the same week. Our BOK Center, which was rated by Pollstar as the seventh most successful arena in the nation based on ticket sales, has delivered on its promise to have a knock-out 10th-anniversary year of headliners. Spring is bustling around our area with music, dance and theatre. Here’s the lineup:

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One of a Kind Musician, One of a Kind Venue: Randy Crouch Goes to Church for Birthday Party

There’s only one Randy Crouch, and he’s ours.
You hear that, Texas? He came here of his own free will, and we’re not giving him back.

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Vandevers Department Store Highlighted Tulsa’s Shopping

On Architecture by ROGER COFFEY, AIA

When I was a young boy, an exciting event was to go shopping on a Thursday evening with my parents. In the early 1950s in Tulsa, that meant a trip to downtown, for there were few other places to shop.

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Achieving Energy Excellence Through Digital Transformation

Energy Watch by MARK A. STANSBERRY

Since the beginning of March of this year, I have spoken at several events including The Pipeline & Energy Expo in Tulsa, the 25th Annual Meeting of the Louisiana Oil and Gas Association in Lake Charles, Louisiana, the Digital Transformation in the oil and gas industry conference in Houston, and the Pre-Conference of the National Council on Undergraduate Research at the University of Central Oklahoma in Edmond. The next event that I will be speaking at is the OK-National Association of Royalty Owners Annual Convention in Oklahoma City.

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Lone Wolf Keeps Up with Demand in Downtown Tulsa

Local Dining By BLAKE AUSTYN

Like most Tulsans, I have memories of standing in what felt like mile-long lines at the Lone Wolf Banh Mi food truck years before founders Phillip and Danielle Phillips appeared on CNBC’s Restaurant Startup and before their brick-and-mortar restaurants joined the Tulsa restaurant scene.

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