Saied Celebrates 60 Years with New South Tulsa Store
For the last 60 years, Saied Music Company has offered musicians of all ages and abilities some of the finest brands of instruments available, alongside a knowledgeable and courteous staff ready to help clients find the perfect instrument.
Cats Returns To PAC September 15-17
The Tulsa Performing Arts Center will soon play host to Andrew Lloyd Weber’s CATS. From September 15-17, area residents will be treated to five performances of the 17-time, international award-winning production.
World Class Talent Benefits Tulsa Opera
Tulsa Mayor Kathy Taylor and husband Bill Lobeck recently hosted Nicole Cabell, world class opera talent, and guests at their home in a fundraising event for the Tulsa Opera.
Spears Travel Takes Bite Out Of The Big Apple
Chuck and Charlene Spears have their bags packed.
For the 30th time or so (no one seems to know the exact figure), the owners of Spears Travel will be forced to travel to New York City, watch Broadway’s finest shows and shop in its trendiest boutiques. Then, exhausted by their labors, they will be forced to cram the city’s finest viands down their throats–all in the name of stern duty.
Can Superman in 3D Rescue Hollywood?
I’m sitting here watching superman thwart the dastardly plots of super-villain Lex Luther and I’m thinking of 50 years ago when an African native threw a spear at the audience and the audience happily ducked.
Quilts and More Offered at Applgate’s Attic in Jenks
It wasn’t that she didn’t already have a good job; she had one in the oil and gas industry that paid her a handsome salary.
But she had always wanted to own her own piece of the dream, so a decade ago Paula Applegate opened Applegate’s Attic, now located at 108 E. Main St. in Jenks, and sold quilts.
Talented Keally Lilly Opens South Tulsa Dance Studio
A room filled with hyper two-year -old dancers twirling, tugging, running and showing off for mom may send some running from the room. But for Keally Lilly, it’s heaven on earth.
Malibu Beach Photos On Philbrook Lawn
The Philbrook Museum of Art presents Oklahoma’s debut exhibition of Robert Weingarten’s stunning 40-by-40-inch color saturated Malibu beach photography on the lawn for the summer until September 3.
Castle Attracts Thousands With Fireworks Assortment
The Castle of Muskogee is once again making preparations for its annual fireworks sale, which attracts some 100,000 visitors from across Arkansas, Oklahoma and Missouri. The 50,000 square foot, air-conditioned Fireworks Showroom houses one of the largest selection of fireworks in middle America, and boasts some of the largest “heavy weight” fireworks available in the country. The Castle is a short, 45 minute drive from Tulsa and will open its doors to fireworks enthusiasts from June 15 through July 5, from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.
LOOK’s Eric Gibson Brings Talent, Experience
Eric Gibson, artistic director for Light Opera Oklahoma (LOOK), faithfully lives out the theater company’s mission to preserve and promote operetta and classical musical comedies through live performance.
‘Urban Vineyard 2006’ Reception at Philcade
Tulsans can celebrate the past and future of downtown and its unique architecture Thursday, June 29 at the “Urban Vineyard 2006” reception presented by the Tulsa Foundation for Architecture (TFA) and New York businessman Henry Kaufman in the lobby of the historic Philcade Building.
Signature Symphony Forms New Advisory Board
The Signature Symphony at Tulsa Community College has announced the formation of a community advisory board to raise awareness and support for artistic and educational programs. A luncheon held at the VanTrease Performing Arts Center for Education was the launch for the new board and included tours of the performing and educational facilities.
SummerStage helps PAC Box Office Sizzle
The Tulsa Performing Arts Center (PAC) is working hard to bring fun to Tulsa this summer.
While “the mouse” (Disney) is in the house with 46 performances of The Lion King, upstairs in Chapman Music Hall, the PAC Trust is doubling that with 93 performances scheduled for its annual SummerStage festival in the downstairs theaters.
Richardson Asian Art Museum a Tulsa Fascination
There’s nothing like going to a museum, wandering through the antique suits of armor, gazing in wonder at ancient weaponry, seeing works of art completed before Columbus set sail. Yes, there’s nothing like a stroll through the past.
TASM Experiences ‘Danger Zone’
The Tulsa Air and Space Museum held its annual fundraiser on April 29 at the Sherman and Ellie Smith Hangar One, the new museum facility located at 3624 N. 74th E. Ave. This year’s theme was Top Gun and to “Join the Tulsa Air and Space Museum for a Ride into The Danger Zone.” Event guests were given a tour and preview showing at the new Planetarium and Esky Theater. Also provided were entertainment and music, appetizers, dinner and desert, and silent and live auctions.
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