Country Fever Announces 2008 Artist Sugarland
Pryor Creek Music Festivals, Inc. announced Sugarland will be playing the Sixth Annual Country Fever June 12 -15, 2008 to be held at the Catch the Fever Festival Grounds, four miles north of Pryor, Okla. off Highway 69.
Ring in the New Year With Stylish Dresses
When all the gifts have been unwrapped and the leftovers are all eaten it’s a sure sign that the holiday season is just about over. But not without ringing in the new year; 2007 is almost over and it’s time to welcome in 2008 in the best way possible. A stylish little cocktail frock or short little mini dress will be sure to help you ring in the New Year with style.
Dynamic Audio Stays on the Cutting Edge of Technology
How the home entertainment center has changed through the years!
In colonial days it was a group of friends warbling around a harpsichord. Mr. Edison put music on a cylinder and the Gramophone enthralled the neighbors. Thanks to Marconi the Metropolitan Opera was delivered to our living rooms and, finally, shortly after World War II, squinting viewers could watch the world through a seven-inch screen. That was then.
<i>Jazz Depot Celebrates New Year’s Eve With Grady Nichols and Friends</i>
It wouldn’t be the end of the year without a spectacular party at the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame. We are excited to welcome Tulsa into our new home, the Jazz Depot, for our first New Year’s Eve there. It will be a very special evening—pop/jazz recording artist Grady Nichols will bring his electrifying New Year’s Eve show back to Tulsa at the new Jazz Depot in downtown.
Osteopathic Founder’s Winterset 2008 to Celebrate 21st Anniversary
Winterset 2008 will begin the “next era” of the Osteopathic Founders Foundation with a black tie event as the foundation enters its 21st year. Creative Consultant Phil Long has begun plans to take the event theme in a fun, new direction on Saturday, Feb. 23, 2008 at the DoubleTree Hotel at Warren Place.
OWP Looking for Submissions
Oklahoma is the theme of the Oklahoma Centennial Writing Contest, celebrating writing about Oklahoma by state teachers and students. The contest is sponsored by the Oklahoma Writing Project at the University of Oklahoma.
Tulsa Chick-fil-A Owner Making Memories
Arthur Greeno wasn’t looking for a career almost 20 years ago—just a new job to get himself through college.
“While I was going to school at Oral Roberts, someone told me they were building this new restaurant called Chick-fil-A at Woodland Hills Mall,” Greeno says. “I went and filled out an application and was hired as a cashier.”
Quarter Midget Racing Celebrates 50 Years in Tulsa
The words “quarter midget” probably don’t evoke images of racetracks and fast cars, but for a small group of families in Tulsa, quarter midget racing is life.
Elizabeth Touching Lives with Holiday EP
The holiday season is never complete without the soft sounds of melodic music and gorgeous harmonies filling the air. Whether used to put one in the holiday mood while wrapping presents or used for background noise at a seasonal party, December would not be complete without music.
Technophobe Finds New Toothbrush Amazing
In a desperate attempt to save what few original teeth remain, I have purchased a new toothbrush.
I was not prepared for this.
In olden days things were much simpler. A wastebasket was a wastebasket. You threw things into it until it got full, then you emptied it out.
Tulsa Townies Program Sends Free Bikes Rolling Along
“So far so good,” says Tom Cooper, chief executive officer of Warren Professional Building Corporation. He is referring to the way Tulsans have responded to the Tulsa Townies free community bicycle program he was instrumental in creating.
Packages of Hope Hosts ‘Hope for the Holidays’ Nov. 29
Packages of Hope, a Tulsa-based non-profit organization benefiting orphanages in China, Africa and Bulgaria, will hold its “Hope for the Holidays” open house Thursday, Nov. 29 from 4-6 p.m. at the offices of 3 Points Marketing and Advertising, 5053 S. 79th E. Ave. in the Fontana Shopping Center. The open house will feature show-and-tell presentations by POH volunteers, a silent auction, sale of POH fundraiser calendars and holiday cards and refreshments. Those interested in learning more about the organization are invited to attend.
Oklahoma Aquarium Unveils NatureWorks Bronze
The Oklahoma Aquarium recently became the home of the 17th wildlife bronze monument erected by NatureWorks, Inc. The “Red Slough Alligator” was formally unveiled Nov. 8 in front of the Oklahoma Aquarium entrance.
Artists Open Hearts for the Tristesse Grief Center
More than 25 acclaimed artists featured their work to benefit the Tristesse Grief Center at the fifth annual Open Your Heart fundraiser at Claussen Studio and Gallery located on Cherry Street Oct. 21. The event, which raised $27,000, included a silent art auction, food from the Palace Café and live music by Steve Liddell.
Jingle Bell Brunch
The Junior League of Tulsa sponsored a brunch and the annual “Chic Boutique” at the Southern Hills Marriott Nov. 9. The brunch included a reading by Tulsa author Will Thomas, a demonstration by Jane Butts of Lastings Impressions and a fashion show from Talbots. From left are Thomas, Chic Boutique Chair Susan Kenny, Butts and Chic Boutique Vice Chair Tiffany Culver.
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