Broken Arrow Resident Crowned Mrs. Oklahoma

Stephanie Anello of Broken Arrow was recently crowned Mrs. Oklahoma International 2010. Anello will compete for the title of Mrs. International on July 16-17, 2010 at the Northshore Performing Arts Center in Chicago.

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Local Casting Call for Cirque Dreams

Cirque Dreams Illumination and Celebrity Attractions have teamed up to offer a lucky dreamer the chance to “Run away with Cirque Dreams” and perform in a feature role created just for them when the show comes to the Tulsa Performing Arts Center May 11 through May 16.

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Oklahoma Native’s Song Voted as Winner for Historical Value

Oklahoma-born Mike Cullison’s song “The Grapes of Wrath Are Ripe Again” garnered enough votes (more than 7500 were cast) to be selected as a cut on The Alternate Root Magazine’s “Songs for Social Change” Sampler.

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Keller Williams announces Brand New Album and Summer Tour Dates

Keller Williams releases his first-ever all-covers collection, amusingly titled Thief, on May 25, 2010. Recorded with the Keels—husband and wife duo Larry and Jenny Keel—Thief includes songs originally written and recorded by as wildly diverse an assemblage as anyone’s ever likely to dream up.

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Insane Clown Posse Concert Moves to Tulsa Convention Center

All Tickets Sold for Brady Village Event to Be Honored By Tulsa Convention Center

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Geaorge Strait Has 30 Consecutive Years of Top 10 Billboard Hits

“I Gotta Get to You” Makes 82nd Billboard Top 10 Hit
for the “King of Country”

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Mayfest Invites Area Students to Get Involved

Mayfest organizers are asking students in the area to submit artwork for the 2010 Youth Art Gallery. Students’ artwork will be on display during this year’s festival, May 13-16, in the Performing Arts Center LaFortune Studio.

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Jason Zerbin’s Latest Album Available on iTunes

Listen to the entire record streaming at

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String Cheese Incident Announces Halloween Spectacular

The String Cheese Incident announces the final stop on their 2010 calendar: an epic “Hulaween” weekend of Incidents on Friday, October 29, with the Disco Biscuits, and Saturday, October 30 at the famed Hampton Coliseum in Hampton, Virginia.

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Rush Takes Time Machine to BOK Center

Announced today, The Time Machine Tour is an evening with Rush, where they will perform their classics, give a taste of the future – and for the first time ever – feature the Moving Pictures album live in its entirety.

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Kites Flying High, Baseball, Azaleas: It’s Spring!


Here in Tulsa, spring signals a time when our major arts groups are in the homestretch of their regular September through May performance seasons. Many late-season events, like next month’s Carmina Burana, are shows we’ve waited for all year, and April is notable for a mega-variety of musical performances that would rival those of any major metropolis.

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Hallmark’s Original Movie Freshman Father Premieres June 5

One student is about to get a crash course in Parenting 101. When a college freshman discovers his girlfriend is pregnant, he must learn to juggle his homework and daddy duty or face losing his scholarship and his future in “Freshman Father,” a Hallmark Channel in HD Original Movie premiering Saturday, June 5 (9p.m. ET/PT, 8C). Inspired by a true story, “Freshman Father” stars Golden Globe nominated actress Annie Potts (“Designing Women”), four-time EmmyÒ winner Kim Zimmer (“Guiding Light”) and Emmy nominee Drew Seeley (“High School Musical”) in a story about a young man who is about to discover he has a lot more to worry about than just the ‘freshman fifteen’.

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‘You Lucky Dog’ Premieres June 26 on Hallmark

When a New York City fashion designer returns home to her family’s struggling farm, she finds new purpose training a herding dog, and discovers that her four-legged shepherd has the talent to turn an increasingly inhospitable cattle farm into profitable sheep country in “You Lucky Dog,” a Hallmark Channel in HD Original Movie premiering Saturday, June 26 (9p.m. ET/PT, 8C). Natasha Henstridge (“Eli Stone”) and four-time Golden Globe nominee Harry Hamlin (“Veronica Mars”) star in the story about facing failure and overcoming the odds.
After the sudden death of her mother, Lisa Rayborn (Henstridge) travels home to small-town Rockton, where her brother, Jim (Hamlin), and dad, Clay (Lawrence Dane, “Bride of Chucky”), are still mourning. To make matters more difficult for the family, Jim has begun raising Merino sheep on the farm against his father’s wishes. Jim hopes the Merino fleece would turn a better profit for the farm, but without a superior working dog, his sheep have instead made him the laughing stock of the town.

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Newport Beach Film Festival Announces Action Sports Film Series

Eleventh Annual Cinema Celebration to Feature World Premiere Screenings of
Cancer to Capricorn: Path of the Modern Gypsy, The Westsiders, Living it Forever,
Make it Count: The Element Story and Camp Chuck

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