Special Fundraising Campaign Revives the Tulsa Opera Student Matinee

TULSA, Okla. – A special fundraising campaign, launched by the Tulsa Opera Board of Directors in late February, is set to bring the Student Matinee Program back for 2,300 Tulsa Public School students.

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Ad Explorata, STS9’s Latest Album Reaches Welcomed New Heights

By Daniel C. Cameron

Sound Tribe Sector 9’s latest release, “Ad Explorata” is full of richly textured music that takes on emotions tantalizing the sweetness of a morning dew to the hard and dirty grit of war.

Enclosed is a gtrnews.com feature album review.

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Westhope Remembered with a Namesake Wine


Westhope is a winner again, but it has nothing to do with architecture. Westhope is the name of the house built for former Tulsa Tribune publisher Richard Lloyd Jones by his cousin Frank Lloyd Wright. The mere fact that it is a Wright house has ensured its inclusion in a host of books on 20th century architecture and made it a Tulsa icon. So how did wine get into the picture?

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Circle Cinema Announces Spring Midnight Movie Lineup

TULSA, Okla. – PSA – The non-profit Circle Cinema announcestheir lineup of the next 4 months of Midnight Movies:

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Rivals from CBS’ “Survivor: Samoa” to make appearance at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa

A meet-and-greet with winner Natalie White, runner-up and current contestant Russell Hantz, and contestant Ashley Trainer

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Smith and Arnett Named New Board Members for Tulsa International Mayfest

Tulsa, OK., March 2, 2010 – Tulsa International Mayfest has recently added two new board members, Bruce B. Smith of the Oklahoma Tax Commission and Karisha Arnett of Arvest Bank.

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Mayfest Call for Volunteers

Organizers of 2010 Tulsa International Mayfest, taking place May 13-16 in the heart of beautiful downtown Tulsa, are seeking volunteers for the festival.

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OK Mozart Announces Spring Concert Series

OK MOZART has announced a Spring Concert Series featuring a quartet from the Amici New York Orchestra and Robin Sutherland from the San Francisco Symphony performing. The concerts will be on a tri-city tour including Tulsa and Bartlesville, as well as Oklahoma City. Receptions will follow each performance for the audience to meet and talk with our guest artists.

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Kids Saving Kids Puts Out a Call for Bands in Tulsa

A total of 30 artists from across the country will appear on a digitally distributed CD, and the music of these talented young people will be available for free downloading by anyone in America.

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Circle Cinema presents “Broken Embraces”

TULSA, Okla. – – The non-profit Circle Cinema presents “BROKEN EMBRACES,” a Canne Film Festival official selection from famed writer/director Pedro Almodovar, and starring Penelope Cruz.

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Purple Glaze Studio Makes a Solid Mark


Having made a mark on the Tulsa area for over 15 years, Purple Glaze Studio offers individuals the opportunity to create their own unique ceramic and mosaic projects.

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Sondheim at Cascia Hall

Cascia Hall will present the Stephen Sondheim’s Merrily We Roll Along musical at 7 p.m. on March 4, 5 and 6 with a Sunday matinee performance at 2 p.m. on March 7. This is perfect timing for Sondheim fans who want to brush up on a less frequently produced show before his upcoming lecture at the University of Tulsa in April.

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Clark Youth Theatre Seeks Talent

The Emergence Project was conceived for Clark Youth Theatre by Julie Tattershall and George Romero as an undertaking to develop the artistic skills and talents of Tulsa area youth. By handing over the reigns of writing, directing, and other production aspects of The Emergence Project, officials hope to see local artists flourish in a new way. Dates for the production are June 3 through 5 at 7.30 p.m., and June 6 at 2 p.m.

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Expo Square Hosts Tulsa Boat, Sport and Travel Show

: Tulsa Mayor Dewey Bartlett had a successful ribbon cutting to open this year’s Tulsa Boat Sport and Travel Show at the QuikTrip Center at Expo Square on Feb. 1. In the forefront from left are Tulsa County Commissioners Karen Keith and John Smaligo, Bill Knight, Mayor Bartlett, President of the Marine Retailers Association of America Phil Keeter, County Commissioner Fred Perry and Expo Square President and Mark Andrus.

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The Yonder Mountain String Band Amazed Tulsa

The Yonder Mountain String Band treated the Cain’s Ballroom with their own Rocky Mountain Bluegrass.

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