The recent upswing in the oil industry has spawned the growth of companies positioning themselves to provide consulting and services to the industry in a variety of areas. Ensaga, based in Tulsa with offices in Lugano, Switzerland, is one such company. Dale E. Steinkuehler and Robert A. Duncan founded Ensaga in 2004.
Deco to Disco Vintage is a unique shop on Cherry Street. Visiting the store is like a traveling in a time machine, because it offers vintage clothing and accessories from the 1920s to the 1980s.
Jan Markey Gifts, a Tulsa landmark in the same location for 40 years, is celebrating its 40th anniversary Wednesday, Oct. 5.
“This is a business started and run by women,” says current owner Judy Parker. “The four other women who have run Jan Markey Gifts have a common philosophy of ‘Service for the People’.”
As an emporium of casual clothing you can hardly get more casual than the setting of Chrome Clothing Company.
Nestled between a dry cleaners and a coffee shop at 1732 S. Boston the upscale store for take-it-easy outfits boasts cement floors, décor-free walls and clothes hanging from pipe wracks.
Tulsa Scooters is a unique store, located west of Harvard on 15th Street. It is the only scooters shop in the entire Green Country. The owner David Wycoff and his daughter, a manager, Sacha Wycoff, help Tulsans to discover a passion for riding.
Enjoy Tulsa’s spectacular fall by sleeping under the stars at Starry Safari–a Tulsa Zoo Friends Members Only campout on Friday, Oct. 14 at the Tulsa Zoo and Living Museum. This month’s theme is “Threatened and Endangered Species.” Campers may enjoy train rides, animal chats with docents and roasting marshmallows over a campfire. Dinner and breakfast will be served at the Zoo’s Safari Grille.The cost is $25 for adults, $20 for children 3-11 and children under the age of 2 are free. For more information about Starry Safari or becoming a Tulsa Zoo Friends member, call 918-669-6219 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
A business colleague made the statement, in a discussion about Tulsa, that in the 1940s and 1950s Tulsa was the wealthiest city in the world, on a per capita basis. I called “BS” and took on the job of researching the claim.
Steve Kime’s (Forrest Gump’s) appearance attracts a lot of attention and brings awareness to the Special Olympics program for children and adults with mental retardation. Kime will run the 9.3 mile Tulsa Run event on Saturday October 29. Tulsa Run 2005 is the 28th Annual 15 km race starting in downtown Tulsa. Steve runs the entire distance carrying “pledges” in his Gump suitcase from supporters making donations to this annual fund-raising event.
During her 11 years as a marriage therapist, Melanie Hasty-Grant helped a lot of couples get through fights about money—one of the leading causes of divorce.
In today’s technology driven world, the use of printers, fax machines and copiers has become commonplace. These various transmitters of the written word have so inundated the lives of their users that life without them seems unimaginable for most. However, heavy usage of these machines can often cause operating costs to soar, many times resulting in bills for replacement printer or toner cartridges to become a serious financial drain. But not to worry, as one savvy mechanical engineer turned businessman has managed to give this common problem a cost-effective and hassle-free solution.