Love is in the Air at the Jazz Depot Concert Series


Here we are well into the brand new year and before you know it, Valentine’s Day will be upon us, bringing roses, candy, parties, dinner dates, romance, music, dancing and lots of cuddling and kissing. For all you lovers, the Jazz Depot will present an amazing night of music and romance just for you, starring the sultry, beautiful and talented vocalist, Ms. Olivia Duhon, singing many of your favorite love songs and jazz classics.

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Phillips Family Leaves Lasting Tulsa Legacy


The Philbrook Museum of Art has become one of the most respected showcases of art in the nation. Offering captivating exhibits, seasonal gardens and learning resources, the Philbrook Museum of Art will continue to grow under the legacy of the Phillips family.

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Blackberries and Apple

There seems to be confusion in the tech world. Consumers can’t get it straight.

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Tulsa Native Stephanie Jackson Joins Labor and Delivery on “Chuck”

Actress Stephanie Jackson lends a helping hand to the
newest member of the family on NBC’s action-comedy series Chuck,
scheduled to air on January 24, 2011 at 8pm/7C.

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New Life Begins at 90 for Elsie B. Norval


At the dawn of Elsie Norval’s 10th decade, her faith in God and her adventurous, couragous spirit has brought her to the Heartland of America.

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Valentine’s Day Facts & Figures

Every year, couples get together on Valentine’s Day to express their affection for one another. This February 14, consider the following interesting facts and figures when celebrating Valentine’s Day.

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Widespread Panic Announces Confirmed Dates for Spring tour

Widespread Panic has just announced dates for their 2011 spring tour. As part of the yearlong celebration of their 25th Anniversary, Widespread Panic wants to show appreciation for their fans by returning to some of the venues their fans deemed as favorites. A few of these halls, Panic has not performed at in recent years.

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From Black Town to Blues Festivals Opens Jan. 29

Join us for a magical tribute and exhibit to honor the legendary D.C. Minner. His life and musical contributions in Rentiesville, Okla. and worldwide will be featured.

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Burn the Floor Heats Up Tulsa

Burn the Floor recently debuted in Tulsa, direct from Broadway. Years before Dancing with the Stars and So You Think You Can Dance turned ballroom dancing into must-see TV, one sizzling show was setting stages ablaze around the globe. Burn the Floor, the electrifying Latin and Ballroom dance spectacular that has thrilled audiences in more than 30 countries, brings the fire and passion of their live performance to the Tulsa Performing Arts Center stage in Tulsa, for eight performances only, Jan. 11-16. Tickets went on sale Monday, Dec. 13.

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Mayfest Wins 2010 Pinnacle Awards

The International Festivals & Events Association () paid tribute to Tulsa International Mayfest on September 15th, 2010 during the /Haas & Wilkerson Pinnacle Awards Ceremony held at the IFEA’s 55th Annual Convention & Expo in Saint Louis, Missouri, U.S.A. – September 15-17, 2010, where they were presented with three awards in the prestigious /Haas & Wilkerson Pinnacle Awards competition.

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SESAC Names Shannan Hatch To Senior Director, Writer/Publisher Relations

SESAC, the nation’s most innovative and fastest growing performing rights organization, has recently announced the promotion of Shannan Hatch to the position of Senior Director, Writer/Publisher Relations for SESAC. Formerly Director, Writer/Publisher Relations, Hatch will continue in the recruitment and nurturing of songwriters and publishers as well as the retention of existing SESAC-affiliated writers and publishers. Hatch is based in SESAC’s Nashville office.

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New Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit Album, Out April 12

Here We Rest, new album from Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit, is set for an April 12th release on Lightning Rod Records. Here We Rest is the second album from Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit, and Isbell’s third. Their 2009 self-titled debut received high praise from the press, including Rolling Stone, Spin, Paste, Blurt, Details, Washington Post and many more.

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Rescued Dog Inspiration for Author’s First Book: Sadie Mae Baird … Canine Avatar

Sadie Mae Baird is a delightful real-life mixed breed dog rescued as a puppy by a very typical middle-class suburban teenage boy on Christmas Day, 2006. Sadie, however, is not a typical canine. She is a very wise, insightful and compassionate girl with much to share not only with her human friends and family but also with her readers. Sadie is a Canine Avatar, a living creature with a spirit that seems much older than her current incarnation would suggest possible. Sadie’s purpose is to attempt to awaken the creatures residing upon planet earth of the vital inter-connectedness of all aspects of life to the expanded experience of us all. Sadie will warm your heart with her simple and practical approach to appreciating the beauty and bounty of life that surrounds each and every one of us each and every day.

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“Lost Nation: The Ioway”-Film Makes Oklahoma Premiere

A forgotten tale of American conquest and Native survival will come to light when the critically-acclaimed documentary film, “Lost Nation: The Ioway,” makes its Oklahoma debut in Perkins, Oklahoma.

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Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears Announce Spring Tour

Lost Highway recording artist Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears will be hitting the road with their high-voltage brand of garage soul. The Austin, TX ensemble has announced dates for their spring tour in support of their upcoming sophomore album Scandalous, out March 15.

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