The Arts and Hmanities Council of Tulsa invites the community to the 2012 Harwelden Murder Mystery “The Kiss-Kiss, Bang-Bang Theory!” Reservations are being taken for this popular annual event which takes place Aug. 2-4 and 9-11 at Harwelden Mansion. Tickets are $45 per guest and include dinner, wine, beer and a mystery to solve! This year, guests will find themselves immersed in a mystery inspired by campy sci-fi series of yesteryear.
Corey Williams, executive director of Sustainable Tulsa with her two daughters Lily and Sophie at this year’s Elote Salsafest held in downtown Tulsa.Read More
A national touring exhibition from Mount Vernon comes to Tulsa’s Gilcrease Museum. Gilcrease is the only fine arts museum on the tour. It’s called, “Discover the Real George Washington: New Views from Mount Vernon.”
You can look forward to exciting SummerStage Festival performances for the remainder of July and, following that, the opening of the 2012-13 performance season in August!
It’s natural, I believe, to take for granted things we come in contact with every day. Seeing the familiar through someone else’s intake is a good way to rediscover what is truly extraordinary.
OK Mozart Festival got a little promotional help from local musicians recently. Three local artists played on three different downtown street corners to help bring awareness to the June festival. Paul Benjamin, left, and friend play out front of the Atlas Building.
From left, Sue Stees, Pat Malloy and Tulsa County Commissioner Karen Keith enjoyed the Arts and Humanities Council of Tulsa’s “Remembering Katie” event at Harweldon on May 18. The event honored arts and humanities philanthropist Katie Westby.
For lunch this week, escape to Italy. Or Mexico. Or China. Or New Orleans. Depending on which day of the week you choose, you can enjoy the culinary fares of these areas (plus more) simply by taking the short drive to the Osage Casino in Tulsa.
The Swon Brothers, a country music duo of singer/songwriters, will perform at the Frisco Depot in Muskogee, 401 S. 3rd St., on June 15. Admission to the show is by donation to support the Children’s Exhibit at the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame.
The show begins at 7:30 p.m. with an opening act by Signs of Warning, a band comprised of Muskogee area young musicians, ages 11-14. All are veterans of John Michael’s Music Rock Camp.
Public Can Trade a New or Gently Used Musical Instrument For Free Tickets to Manilow’s June 8th Concert
Legendary singer-songwriter Barry Manilow hopes others will once again follow his philanthropic lead as he donates a Yamaha piano to launch a local instrument drive for the Tulsa Public Schools. Anyone who donates a new or gently used musical instrument to the Center Box Office will receive 2 free tickets for Manilow’s June 8th concert in Tulsa, OK.
Oklahoma ballerina Moscelyne Larkin died April 26 at the age of 87, but oh, what a legacy she left behind.
Without her and her Tulsa Ballet co-founder and husband Roman Jasinski, there would be no Tulsa Ballet. In recent years, under their successor Marcello Angelini, Tulsa Ballet has taken Tulsa to the world.
Tickets are on sale for Tulsa’s premiere engagement of the Tony, Grammy and Olivier Award-winning hit musical “Jersey Boys,” the story of The Four Seasons: Frankie Valli, Bob Gaudio, Tommy DeVito and Nick Massi. It is playing the Tulsa Performing Arts Center June 6-24 and is presented in Tulsa by Celebrity Attractions. This is the story of how a group of blue-collar boys from the wrong side of the tracks became one of the biggest American pop music sensations of all time. They wrote their own songs, invented their own sound and sold 175 million records worldwide – all before they were 30 years old.
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The 2012 Best of Greater Tulsa Reporter Reader Picks gives readers of the Union Boundary, Jenks District Gazette, Midtown Monitor, Broken Arrow Express, and Bixby Breeze a chance to vote for their favorite place to shop, dine, and receive services. Results will be tabulated on June 1, 2012
For Brian Presley, April 13 was a special day; it was both a homecoming of sorts and the opening of a new business. It was also, courtesy of a proclamation by Mayor Dewey Bartlett, officially Brian Presley Day.