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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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Blues & BBQ, Other Annual Festivals Coming up in Bixby

The Rotary Club of Bixby will host its 16th annual BBQ ’n Blues Festival May 5-6, to be held at Washington Irving Memorial Park.

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Decorated Navy SEAL to Headline S.A. Booth Event

Marcus Luttrell, author of the New York times bestseller Lone Survivor: The Eyewitness Account of Operation Redwing and the Lost Heroes of SEAL Team 10, will serve as the keynote speaker at the 24th Annual Salvation Army William Booth Society Dinner April 11 at the Cox Business Center. Luttrell, a United States Navy SEAL, received the Navy Cross and Purple Heart for his heroic actions on June 28, 2005.

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Spring is Here, Come Out and Play

Show Buzz by NANCY HERMANN

After a hard day, and especially after a rough week or an exasperating time wrangling tasks and managing challenges, I am tempted, like you might be, to get comfy, read, or escape to “On Demand” television. Yet, I’m always glad when I’ve made an effort to attend a good play or dance performance, view art, groove to live music or take in a great film. And if someone can make me laugh, I am all about that.

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Tulsa Area Nonprofits Receive Grants from AEP

Six Tulsa nonprofit organizations received grants totaling $230,000 in February from the American Electric Power Foundation to help address education and human needs of area residents. Public Service Company of Oklahoma (PSO), an electric utility subsidiary of American Electric Power, helped secure the grants.

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Spark 2017: Trivia Night to Further Camp Fire’s Mission

Camp Fire Green Country will hold its second annual fundraiser Spark 2017: Trivia Night on April 27 at 6 p.m. at the Mike Fretz Event Center, 11545 E. 43rd St. The evening will include dinner and a cash bar, a silent auction, and live event trivia.

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Tulsa Native Grows Music Career

By EMILY RAMSEY

A budding music producer with ties to Tulsa made his way down the red carpet at this year’s Grammy awards on Feb. 12.

Tulsa native Derek Blankenship is the nephew of Owasso High School head football coach Bill Blankenship, and his grandparents are Owasso residents.

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April Filled With Epic Stories, Music at Tulsa PAC

Special from the PAC

Spring is here, and with it the Tulsa Performing Arts Center is excited to welcome new and familiar entertainment to T-Town. Here’s a look at what’s in store for the month.

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CANdlelight Ball Provides Strong Support to CAN

By EMILY RAMSEY

On April 21, the Child Abuse Network will hold its fifth annual CANdlelight Ball, the nonprofit’s primary fundraising event, an event that proves more necessary each year as the demand for CAN’s services continues to grow, notes event co-chair and board president-elect Cari Marshall.

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Tulsa Ballet Announces 2017-2018 Season

Creations in Studio K:
September 15-24 at the Tulsa Ballet Studio K Theater
While many acclaimed dance companies start their season with traditional classic ballets, Tulsa Ballet launches their season with a triple bill program totally dedicated to innovation through the creation of new works. Next season this program will celebrate the artistry, sensitivity and accomplishments of women choreographers. The performances will take place in Tulsa Ballet’s own intimate Studio K Theater and will feature three world premiere works from some of the most world-renowned dance makers.

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