Phish Fans Donate More Than One Million Dollars to Charity

Two organizations founded and operated by fans of the rock band Phish announced today that they have raised and distributed a combined $1,000,000 for charity. The joint announcement was made by The Mimi Fishman Foundation, which raises funds through online auctions, and The Mockingbird Foundation, which publishes historical information about Phish in print and online. Both organizations are operated on an all-volunteer basis, with no salaries, paid staff, or offices.

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Future Shock Comics Hits the Big Time

There’s no time like the future! That’s what the Chicago Tribune has decided with its purchase of the self-syndicated comic strip “Future Shock.”

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Celebrity Attractions Announces 2010-2011 Broadway Season

Celebrity Attractions’ 2010-2011 Broadway Season enchants audiences with the timeless classic of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast and brings back by “Popular” demand “Broadway’s biggest blockbuster” Wicked. Direct from Broadway is “take care of business” with Dolly Parton’s hit song and Tony Award-winning score in 9 To 5: The Musical. Experience dance like never before with the electrifying Burn the Floor along with the innovative world-wide hit The Aluminum Show.

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Independent Filmmaker Strives to Empower Others

By Daniel C. Cameron

In 1998, a young Tulsa man was told by the man he thought was his father that this was not the case. That young man is Tommy Wallace, a local independent filmmaker. This is his story.

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Hungry for ‘Lost’? Jump into ‘Stan’s Leap’

If the makers of the television series Lost had wanted realism, they should have read Tom Duerig’s new book, Stan’s Leap, and filmed the show on Henderson Island.

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Neighbor for Neighbor to Rock

Neighbor for Neighbor announces “Dinner & Diagnosis,” a major fundraising event to further its mission to serve. Neighbor for Neighbor provides free medical, dental and optical care for thousands of Tulsans that would otherwise not have access to care.

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Autumn Harvest Festival Assists Madonna House of Catholic Charities

The 17th annual Autumn Harvest Arts & Crafts Festival benefiting Madonna House of Catholic Charities will be Saturday, Sept. 18 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Bishop Kelley High School, 3905 South Hudson Ave., Tulsa.

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Tulsa Ballet Enjoys World-Wide Acclaim

According to dance critic Alicia Chesser, what Marcello Angelini has accomplished at Tulsa Ballet since becoming artistic director in 1995 is to see what a community-based arts revolution looks like. Under Angelini’s expert and creative guidance, Tulsa Ballet has achieved global renown and acclaim for its superb quality and its diverse and challenging repertoire; and in doing so has brought international recognition to Tulsa and all of Oklahoma.

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TASM Teaches Summer Class

Tulsa Air and Space Museum hosted Robotics 1 this summer. Kids from all over the area took the class and made their own robot while being instructed by Memorial High School engineering robotics students.

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NSUBA Exhibit to Feature Work of Broken Arrow Art Teachers

Katie Wheat Pernu and Debra Trotter, art teachers at Haskell Middle School in Broken Arrow, will showcase their artwork on the -Broken Arrow campus. An art exhibit open house is scheduled Aug. 10 from 5:30-7 p.m. in the Visitor’s Center gallery at NSUBA.

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Tulsa Wedding Show a Tradition Since 1994

The Tulsa Wedding Show presents the finest wedding professionals in Tulsa to over 3,500 guests each year. With over 90 vendors at The Tulsa Wedding Show, visitors certainly can plan your day in a day!

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Starlight Big Band Takes Jazz Around the World

Americans are used to imports; from food and electronics to cars, we are a country that imports more than it exports. But one important export is uniquely American—jazz. While jazz originated in the good ole’ , it has spread around the globe and influenced music in many countries. That influence will be celebrated at a free concert performed by Starlight’s Big Band on Tuesday, July 27 at 8pm at the River West Festival Park.

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The Rock ‘n’ Roll Dreams Of Duncan Christopher to Premiere at the Tulsa United Film Festival

The Rock ‘n’ Roll Dreams Of Duncan Christopher is a feature film shot in downtown and surrounding areas and features an almost 100 percent cast, film crew and musical soundtrack.

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Measuring Up for a Successful Wedding


There are lots of things that have come across my desk in regards to the wedding party. Most are problems with the way a bridesmaid dress fits. I cannot say this enough, get measured by a wedding attire professional!

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Ancient Egypt Lives Forever Via Philbrook

Ancient Egypt has come to Tulsa with the exhibition “To Live Forever: Egyptian Treasures from the Brooklyn Museum.” This epic show, on view through Sept. 12, 2010 in the Helmerich Gallery, is an extraordinary experience.

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