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Anchored in Illusion: Beth Rengel Discusses Career

By CHUCK CISSEL

It’s rare to spend time with a public figure you knew from their past success and wished, one day, you’d have the chance to spend time talking with them. Recently, that became a reality for me when I had that opportunity to sit down with the lovely Beth Rengel. Our conversation centered on her new book, “Anchored In Illusion.” Just as I thought, I found Beth to be genuine, comfortable in her own skin and easy to talk to. It was a refreshingly candid interview.

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Tulsa Balloon Festival Returns in June

By SARAH MITCHELL

The majestic sight of approximately 50 hot air balloons flying over Tulsa is an incredible view that one can only see once a year, and that is at the 2017 Tulsa Balloon Festival, which returns June 14.

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Country Music, Theatre and Lovin’ Every Day

Show Buzz by NANCY HERMANN

Summer in the city. What are your plans for June?
Before it gets too hot in Tulsa, consider a Thursday night under the stars at Utica Square. Concerts there are free, and some of the area’s most popular musicians perform, like Starr Fisher, the Mid-Life Crisis Band and Mary Cogan.

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OK Mozart to Feature Premieres, New Genres

The 2017 OK Mozart Music Festival in Bartlesville June 8-18 has delivered on its promise of a revitalized festival with a knockout lineup of classical performers, as well as the addition of new music genres.

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45th Annual Mayfest Begins May 18

Mayfest returns for its 45th year on May 18-21 in downtown Tulsa. More than 350,000 people are expected to line the streets, viewing indoor and outdoor exhibits of over 100 artists.

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Oklahoma Aquarium Sea Turtle Exhibit Now Open

The Oklahoma Aquarium’s long anticipated Sea Turtle Island, presented by The Oxley Foundation, is approaching completion. After a private ribbon-cutting ceremony and donor event, the new immersive and educational exhibit opened to the public on March 5.

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Cajun Ed’s Annual CrawFest Returns May 20

FAMILY-FRIENDLY EVENT: On May 20, Cajun Ed’s Hebert’s Specialty Meats, 2101 E. 71st St., will hold CrawFest 2017, with Cajun favorites, live music and crawfish games from 11 a/m/ to 7 p.m. Funds raised will benefit the Rockin’ G Equine Sanctuary. Admission free and food tickets are $2 each.

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Renaissance Festival Returns Throughout the Month of May

The 22nd annual Oklahoma Renaissance Festival has returned, now offering six weekends of merriment.

The festival allows visitors to step back into 1569 Elizabethan England to celebrate with the Royal Court of Castleton and with His and Her Majesty as they host a festival featuring the royal quest for knighthood, a full-contact Jousting Tournament, Birds of Prey exhibitions, and travelling Acrobats.

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Owasso Trail Days Fosters Community

By BLAKE AUSTYN

The annual community tradition of Owasso Trail Days, hosted by the Owasso Chamber of Commerce, returns May 4-7.

The four-day festival will kick off on Thursday evening, May 4, with the Gathering on Main, which takes place along Main Street.

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Shows Heat Up In May at Tulsa PAC

As summer swiftly approaches, the shows at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center are heating up too!

Strings & Pearls, a harp duo, comes to the PAC Trust’s Brown Bag It series May 3 at 12:10 p.m. in the Westby Pavilion. Harpists Linda Barton Paul and Vicki L. Smith have been playing together for two years and enjoy performing music of many different genres for concerts, galas, events, and church services. The show is free and open to the public.

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Gilcrease Presents ‘Plains Indian Art’

Through Aug. 27, Gilcrease Museum is presenting Plains Indian Art: Created in Community, an exhibition that explores the talent and special role of Plains artists in their communities. The exhibition will highlight Plains art as an expression of cultural tradition and community vibrancy, focusing specifically on generational change in style and function and the innovative techniques used by various artists.

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Rockers Rule May Lineup of Shows

Show Buzz by NANCY HERMANN

Looking over the roster of acts coming up at venues across our area, I am marveling at the staying power of some musicians. It’s a miracle that Alice Cooper and Brian Wilson survived the ‘60s and 1970s, and now here they are, playing within a week of each other at the Brady!

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Rebecca Ungerman Revisits Cabaret Roots in ‘Oy Gesalt!’

“Oy, Gestalt” is a rollicking look at the life and career of influential Tulsa entertainer Rebecca Ungerman. Picking up where she left off 12 years ago with Ungerman’s first one woman show, “Indulge Me,” authors Ungerman and P. Casey Morgan deliver a delightful pastiche of songs, stories and a few secrets.

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Bob Dylan Archive Now Open

The Bob Dylan Archive has officially opened its doors in Tulsa’s Brady Arts District to qualified entities and individuals who wish to access the archive’s wealth of elements spanning nearly 60 years of Dylan’s extraordinary life and career. The announcement was made by by Ken Levit, executive director of the George Kaiser Family Foundation (GKFF), and Dr. Gerard Clancy, president of The University of Tulsa (TU). Concurrently, GKFF has issued a request for qualifications from agencies interested in submitting proposals for The Bob Dylan Center, which will be dedicated to the study and appreciation of Dylan and located in Tulsa’s vibrant downtown Brady Arts District. 

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Grogg’s Green Barn Introduces The Reserve

Since opening in 2011, Grogg’s Green Barn (GGB) has been offering organic, native and edible products in its encouragement of sustainability and urban gardening.

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