Rocklahoma Amps Up, Discount Tickets Still Available

Pryor, OK – Rocklahoma has announced new additions to its Memorial Day Weekend lineup of top rock artists from the past three decades. Sevendust, Fuel (featuring original lead singer Brett Scallions), Lacuna Coil, The Last Vegas, Gypsy Pistoleros, The Nigel Dupree Band, O’Dette, Problem Child, Black Tora, Mad Max and Bad Things will join a previously announced all-star roster including ZZ Top, Godsmack, Tesla, Buckcherry, Cinderella, Chevelle, Theory of a Deadman, Saliva, Saving Abel and more (see below for the full line-up). Unfortunately, due to conflicts with a European tour, Stone Sour will no longer be appearing at Rocklahoma. The multi-day destination camping rock festival takes place May 28-30, 2010 at “Catch the Fever” Festival Grounds in Pryor, OK.

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Justin Bieber’s First Headlining Tour Will Stop In Tulsa

Platinum-selling pop singing sensation Justin Bieber announces his first headlining tour of North America. The “My World” Tour, presented by Live and featuring Sean Kingston as special guest, will open June 23 at the XL Center in Hartford, CT, and blaze a trail through more than 40 cities, including Tulsa on July 6 before wrapping up in Allentown, PA on September 4.

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Artist Rodney Pratz to Unveil Public Art Exhibit in Tulsa

If you have recently visited the newly renovated Mayo Hotel, you have no doubt witnessed Rodney Bryan Pratz bold artistic expression within the collection of painted vintage doors that adorned the lobby entryway. Or, perhaps you’ve seen his inspiring bronze sculpture given as the “Power to Dream Achiever Award” for the D.R.E.A.M. Institute. If you haven’t had the chance to view his unique collection in person, you are in luck because another opportunity to view the work of this upcoming artist is on the way.

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OK Mozart Kicks Off Season

OK Mozart, Oklahoma’s Premier Music Festival, officially kicked off its season with a Launch Party at the Bartlesville Community Center Feb. 25, where Executive Director Shane Jewell announced the lineup of musicians and celebrated artists for the 2010 Festival season. He also provided highlights of other specially planned activities.

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Running Roses for Tulsa Boys’ Home

“Run for the Roses,” the popular Kentucky Derby themed party in Tulsa, will again benefit Tulsa Boys Home. The party and auction kicks off on Saturday, May 1 from 1 to 5:30 p.m. at the Expo Square Pavilion.

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Kathleen Munroe Co-Stars in Movie Based on the Novel by Jim Fergus

An unlikely team embarks on a rescue mission in the Sierra Madre Badlands, but are put into danger when they stumble upon an orphaned Apache girl abandoned in the wilderness in “The Wild Girl,” a Hallmark Movie Channel in HD Original Movie, premiering Saturday, April 24 (8 p.m. ET/PT, 7 p.m. CT).

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Going Red for AHA

Participating in the American Heart Association Go Red activities in February in Tulsa are, from left (back row): Heidi Ducato, Go Red Committee member; Jordan Walker, certified medical assistant student at Tulsa Tech; Penny Steinkuehler, Go Red director; and Stephanie Vickers, Go Red associate. Sitting: Survivors Linda Sellers and Kay Gulledge.

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Grace Hospice Hosts ‘Taste of Grace’ April 25

The Grace Hospice Foundation is hosting its second annual Taste of Grace Sunday Brunch April 25 from Noon to 2:30 p.m. at the Tulsa Historical Society. Taste of Grace is an extravaganza with a fashion show and silent auction. The brunch will feature some of the finest chefs in Tulsa. Restaurants will include Garlic Rose, Cosmo Café, Keo and Center 1 Market, Blue Dome Diner, Elote and Blue Moon Bakery.

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The Girl with the Dragon Tatoo at the Circle Cinema

The non-profit Circle Cinema presents “The Girl with the Dragon Tatoo” from director Niels Arden Oplev, based on the novel by Stieg Larsson.

Watch the trailer here.

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Circle Cinema presents “THE WHITE RIBBON”

Strange events happen at a rural school in the north of Germany during the year 1913, which seem to be ritual punishment. Does this affect the school system, and how does the school have an influence on fascism?

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7 Walkers, featuring Bill Kreutzmann and Papa Mali, Announce Spring Dates

7 Walkers announces spring dates, includes Ozark, Arkansas festival, Wakarusa.

Reed Mathis, of Tulsa and founding member of will play.

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Gilcrease Hosting Masterworks of Charles Russell

The Masterworks of Charles M. Russell: A Retrospective of Paintings & Sculpture” opened Feb. 6 and runs through May 2, 2010 at Gilcrease Museum. The exhibition is the first major retrospective of the artist’s work and showcases more than 100 of the artist’s finest paintings and bronze sculptures, as well as a number of the artist’s personal effects rarely seen by the general public.

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Lisa Lampanelli Heading to the Tulsa Convention Center

Available at Arby’s Box Office at Center, Tulsa Convention Center Box Office on event days,, area Reasor’s Stores, or charge by phone at 1-877-TULSACC.

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First Annual ‘Art on the Hill’ to be held April 23-24 at RSU

Claremore, Okla. – The First Annual Art on the Hill, an invitational art festival featuring work by artists from across Northeast Oklahoma, will be held April 23-24 at Rogers State University.

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Mayfest Invites Area Students to Participate in Youth Art Gallery

Mayfest organizers are asking students in the Tulsa 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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