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Girouard Vines Receives Awards

Tulsa’s Girouard Vines Winery was recently awarded Gold and Silver medals in the 2018 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition, the largest competition of American wines in the world. Both are among the first wines produced from new wine-grape varietals, the emerging products from the family-owned winery.

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Mother Road Market Adds Tenants

The Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation (LTFF) recently announced four new tenants for its Mother Road Market, the tenants all being graduates of the Kitchen 66 Launch Program.

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Coolgreens to Open Soon in Tulsa

By EMILY RAMSEY

Tulsa residents Susan and Chris Gates will open the first of three Coolgreens locations in Greater Tulsa later this year.

The Oklahoma City-based company was founded in 2009 as a quick-service lunch and dinner restaurant chain focused on fresh, naturally-sourced food items.

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Señor Tequila Offers Authentic, Quality Mexican Fare

Local Dining By BLAKE AUSTYN

Señor Tequila has enjoyed a long history in Tulsa. Since opening its doors in 1999 in midtown Tulsa, it has grown to three area locations: in Brookside at 3348 S. Peoria Ave. and in south Tulsa at 6973 E. 71st St. and 9999 S. Mingo Rd.

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Food Entrepreneurs Graduate Kitchen 66

Kitchen 66 announced the completion of the Fall Launch Program for seven new food businesses recently. The diverse, eclectic group of budding food entrepreneurs completed an educational program spanning four months that combined a comprehensive curriculum with practical experience, sales opportunities, and access to commercial kitchen space. The seven groups of new food entrepreneurs also spent time collaborating with the Kitchen 66 community of fellow movers and shakers in the Tulsa food industry. Kitchen 66 is a program of the Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation.

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POSTOAK Lodge Offering Valentine’s Special Feb. 10

For those looking for something out of the ordinary to celebrate Valentine’s Day, POSTOAK Lodge & Retreat may be just the ticket. Situated on 1,000 acres just seven miles northwest of downtown Tulsa, the Lodge offers an escape from the norm that is relaxing and rejuvenating.

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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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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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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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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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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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Holly Trolley Returns

The Holly Trolley has returned to Owasso for its 11th holiday shopping season, running Nov. 24-Dec. 23. The free service allows shoppers to park their cars and ride the trolley from one shopping destination to another.

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Holly Trolley Returns

The Holly Trolley has returned to Owasso for its 11th holiday shopping season, running Nov. 24-Dec. 23. The free service allows shoppers to park their cars and ride the trolley from one shopping destination to another.

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Poke Bowl Love Brings Fast-Casual Poke Bowls to Tulsa

Local Dining By BLAKE AUSTYN

On Oct. 21, Poke Bowl Love opened as the first retailer in the Meridia Building in downtown Tulsa at 522 S. Boston Ave. The fast-casual sushi concept was brought to Tulsa by Janet Love and a silent business partner.

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The Hamlet Returns to South Tulsa

By BLAKE AUSTYN

In October, The Hamlet returned to its original south Tulsa location at 9107 S. Sheridan Rd.

“Everyone was wanting The Hamlet back,” says Owner Gordon Pendergraft. “The demand was really large, so The Hamlet returned.

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