Christmas Music on KRAV Radio
Once again this year -FM, Tulsa’s Mix 96, will be the exclusive radio home for holiday music this Christmas.
Kris Kringle expressed his pleasure with the continued partnership in an early morning address: “We at Christmas feel that our music is a unique, high-demand product, and we always seek to work with a partner who can ensure complete Yuletide customer satisfaction on a local level. Once again, we opted to go with the station that could give us the most ‘Ho! Ho! Ho!’ for our dough. We are happy to renew our exclusive Tulsa partnership with our long-time festive friends at Mix 96.”
Historic Tulsa Calendars are a Good Gift Idea
Reliving or discovering Historic Tulsa has never been so easy. With a 179-year timeline, more than 350 defining moments, nearly 50 vintage photos and numerous compelling stories, “Historic Tulsa” is the latest and most complete almanac calendar published by Yellow Pad Inc.
Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame Inducts Eight
The Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame inducted eight outstanding individuals who have made lasting contribution to our nation’s culture.
Glee Emmy Nominee Kristin Chenoweth; the late Jesse Ed Davis who played with Leon Russell, Jackson Browne, George Harrison and John Lennon; the late jazz musician Wayman Tisdale; entertainment writer Gene Triplett; the late composer, lyricist and performer Ralph Blane; multiple Grammy nominee Cheevers Toppah; Nokie Edwards and the late Bob Bogel of The Ventures were inducted during ceremonies on Nov. 10.
Scrooge Takes the Stage at South Tulsa Baptist Church Christmas Dinner Theater
For the twentieth year, South Tulsa Baptist Church, 10310 South Sheridan Road, will mark the holiday season with its annual dinner theater. This yearâ€™s anniversary production of The Gospel According to Scrooge was also presented the first and tenth year of the Christmas Dinner Theater.
Christkindlmarkt will again be presented by the German American Society of Tulsa on Dec. 2, 3 and 4 of 2011.
The Center at 15th and Terrace Dr. will be transformed into a Christmas wonderland which includes a great selection of Christmas tree ornaments, nutcrackers, smokers and gift items imported from Germany.
Tulsa Promenade Mall held its Annual Magical Night of Giving on Sunday, Nov. 13. Magical Night of Giving is a unique, one-night event scheduled to kick off the holiday season and help non-profit organizations raise money.
The Ihloff Creative Team Fall Collection: Wild at Art benefited the Arts & Humanities Council of Tulsa, the Tulsa area’s largest provider of arts education resources. This annual high energy, high fashion hair show displays the talent and innovation of the Ihloff Creative Team on models in a runway setting.
Tulsa Press Club Holds First Draft
The Tulsa Press Club held one of its major fundraisers of the year when First Draft was hosted at ONEOK Field on 11/11/11.
A surprise birthday party was held for Editor at Large and former Tulsa World writer Terrell Lester at the Silver Flame restaurant Nov. 7. From left are singer Johnny Johnson, Tommy Thompson, Terrell Lester, Sol Bayouth and Larry Egge. In the background is radio personality Don King.
Cascia Christmas Walk 2011
Cascia Hall Preparatory School and the Cascia Hall Parent Faculty Association () announce that the annual Cascia Christmas Walk is bigger and better than ever. The event will include the return of the traditional Cascia Christmas Walk home tours, holiday festivities and shopping on campus, and a first-ever, Starry, Starry Night patron event.
Chagall, Warhol Exhibits Underway at Sherwin Miller
The Sherwin Miller Museum is hosting Marc Chagall: Drawings for the Bible. The drawings were commissioned in 1930 by Ambroise Vollard, a Parisian art dealer and publisher of deluxe art books.
OKIE Hosts Online Auction
The Oklahoma Israel Exchange () was formed in 1992. Since then, Gov. David Walters and other Oklahoma community leaders toured Israel on a fact-finding mission. From then, has steadfastly pursued its mission to bridge activities and projects in commerce, culture, agriculture and education that benefit both Oklahoma and Israel. These activities and projects include the following:
Entertainment in Tulsa Engages Audiences
Last summer I wrote a Show Buzz column about how tame Broadway can be in Tulsa. The focus of that discussion centered on The Book of Mormon, and how we probably won’t have that in Tulsa anytime soon due to its content. Recently, as I sat in a full theater watching Celebrity Attractions’ presentation of the musical Memphis, I felt deeply appreciative of the entertainment we are lucky to see in Tulsa. Memphis was a standout.
Darnaby Arts and Crafts Show Celebrates 30
The Darnaby Arts and Crafts Show is celebrating its 30th anniversary of offering creative items, showcasing talented crafters and raising important funds for students.
Expansion of The Music Store is Complete
As of Nov. 4, 2011, The Music Store, . has completed its expansion, making it a 12,000 sq. ft. retail establishment. This expansion doubled the store’s original size opening the floor tremendously thus providing a better shopping experience for its customers and a better work environment for its employees.
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