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Gary Glanz Celebrates 50 Years of Solving Crimes

By K.J. WEBB

Tulsa Private Investigator Gary Glanz, dubbed the nation’s “Super Sleuth” by the Wall Street Journal, is celebrating 50 years in the business of solving crimes, tracking down fugitives all over the world, recovering vast sums of money, fine art and treasures, and more. Glanz’ track record of success over the decades firmly established his reputation as one of the best PI’s in the nation. His Tulsa office, Glanz and Associates, receives calls from all over the country from clients seeking his agency’s expert services.

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Runway Tulsa to Introduce Exciting Changes to 2018 Show

Runway Tulsa is announcing the production of its 2018 fashion show with the largest offering to-date. On Saturday, Oct. 13, Runway Tulsa will present eight designers in a show that will be staged at a new location: Tulsa’s most fashionable shopping center and major sponsor – Utica Square.

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Blazing Entertainment Featured in Fall Lineup

Show Buzz by NANCY HERMANN

Summer is behind us, but fun times continue with more outstanding concerts and attractions.

While the weather is still agreeable, check out the first-ever rock concert at the ONEOK Field. Twelve-time Grammy-winning artist Jack White performs music from his new album, Boarding House Reach, Sept. 17. ONEOK is collaborating with SMG Tulsa, the company that programs and runs the BOK Center for this one-of-a-kind event. The BOK Center and ONEOK Field have achieved so much for our city and for downtown in particular.

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Tulsa Zoo Turns 90 Thanks to Will O. Doolittle

The Tulsa Zoo’s gates first opened in September of 1928, thanks to Will O. Doolittle, then Tulsa Parks Superintendent, who proposed the creation of a zoo infused with conservation ideals.

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‘Outsiders’ Star to Appear at Tulsa Pop Culture Expo

Tulsa Pop Kids is excited to announce C. Thomas Howell will be joining the event for Tulsa Pop Culture Expo. 

Howell is known for his role as PonyBoy in Francis Ford Coppola’s classic The Outsiders, Red Dawn and his current projects Ray Donovan, Stitchers and Outcast.
In addition to Howell’s appearance at Tulsa Pop Culture Expo, a one-half to two-hour tour will take visitors to five or six locations where the Outsiders movie was filmed in Tulsa.  The VIP Outsiders House Movie Tour is an exclusive Tulsa Pop Culture Expo event. Attendees must have a convention ticket to be eligible to purchase this exclusive tour.

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Lead the Pack at Tulsa Zoo’s St. John ZooRun

Race past tigers, giraffes and bears on your way to the finish line at St. John ZooRun on Saturday, Oct. 6, at the Tulsa Zoo. The 49th annual family friendly race features a 5k and 10k, plus the St. John 1-mile Fun Run.

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Winning Lineup of Shows Slated for Local Venues

Show Buzz by NANCY HERMANN

Tulsa continues its winning streak of solid entertainment with diverse and enticing options.

Prominent in the winner’s circle is Ringo Starr, who launches the U.S. leg of his current tour at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino on Sept. 1. A member of the most successful rock group of all time, Starr’s contributions to music helped define an era. So why is the Fab Four’s star drummer taking to the road for a multi-city tour? “Rolling Stone” rock critic David Wild wrote of the former Beatle, “Ultimately what’s most impressive about Ringo Starr isn’t what he’s been, but rather who he is.” Wild admires Starr’s “heart and soul, wit and wisdom.”

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Construction Underway at Tulsa State Fair

By RON PETERS

Nothing announces the beginning of fall in Tulsa County like the Tulsa State Fair. Running this year from Sept. 27 to Oct. 7, the Tulsa State Fair is Tulsa County’s largest family event, providing educational experiences and entertainment during an 11-day span.

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Favorite Media Sources Named At Tulsa Press Club Newsies

The Tulsa Press Club held its annual Newsies Awards presentation recently. The media outlets represented include print, television, radio and online. Winners were chosen by votes from the public. The various categories and winners follow:

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Circle Cinema Film Festival, Birthday a Success

The Circle Cinema Film Festival and 90th Birthday Celebration was a huge success with sold-out shows, insightful discussion with special guests (including actors Tim Blake Nelson, Jeanne Tripplehorn, Heather   Langenkamp, Ryan Merriman, Mary Kay Place, former actress and Tulsa philanthropist Peggy Dow Helmerich, and more), and even an impromptu song from Gary Busey made it a week to remember. 

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OKPOP Museum Unveils Design Rendering

Oklahoma Historical Society officials unveiled on July 16 the rendering of the Oklahoma Museum of Pop Culture (OKPOP). Tulsa-based Lilly Architects and Overland Partners of San Antonio, Texas designed the facility that was revealed at the historic Cain’s Ballroom.

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Vicente Fox Jumpstarts Tulsa Town Hall Series

By NANCY HERMANN

One of the most involving, stimulating and value-for-money event series Tulsa has to offer marks its 84th year with another extraordinary roster of guest speakers.

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Bill Davis was Tulsa’s Master of Musical Sounds

By TERRELL LESTER

For a half-century, Bill Davis kept the bright lights of Tulsa’s night life aglow and incandescent.

He was the mighty oak tree towering above and casting a shadow over Tulsa’s fertile musical garden.

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Relaxing Summer Shows on Tap

Show Buzz by NANCY HERMANN

Summer fun. Something light. The hot months lend themselves to kick-back entertainment.

If you’re a Beatles fan, you’ve probably rocked out to the Fab Four’s “1964” homage show. Those early Beatles tunes comprise some the best that Lennon and McCartney ever wrote. Celebrity Attractions hosts the most enjoyable “1964 … The Tribute” at the Tulsa PAC, July 20.

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This Festival is Your Festival: Woodyfest in Okemah

“Hey, Woody Guthrie, where are ya? We could sure use you once more. Hey, Woody Guthrie, where are ya? The big dogs are back at the door.”
– From “Woody Guthrie” by Leftover Salmon

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