Connors Cove a Hardesty Legacy
When most grandfathers give their grandchildren a stage it usually consists of a painted plywood or cardboard facade, a cheap set of curtains on a string and perhaps a couple of hand puppets to serve as actors.
Fashion Show Planned
Dress for Success Tulsa, a non-profit organization located at 1109 S. Peoria Ave., announced its annual fashion show, “Step Up To Success” will be held Friday, Oct. 12 at the Greenwood Cultural Center at 6:30 p.m.
Broadway in Bartlesville! Kicks Off Sixth Season Sept. 30
For the past five years, the Bartlesville Community Center has dedicated itself to bringing some of the best entertainment to its stage during the Broadway in Bartlesville! series. This year’s season, set to kick off Sept. 30, features everything from cowboy crooners and portly dancers with huge hair to a pair of conniving con men, acrobatic drummers and a rock and roll musical.
Family and Child Services Kicks Off Year Two
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Sandy Garrett joined community and funding organizations involved in The State of Oklahoma Pilot Early Childhood Program for a meeting to kick off year two of the program July 26 at Family and Children’s Services, 650 S. Peoria Ave.
Tulsa Ballet Adds New Venue, Series to Season
After 13 years as artistic director of Tulsa Ballet, Marcello Angelini is getting his wish: adding another series to the ballet season. Not only is he getting his wish but also he’s getting it in a new venue, which will open up hitherto unheard of opportunities for a company soaring in national and international regard.
It started with a simple wave. Oklahoma Aquarium diver Bryan Maciha (a 17-year-old-Union High School graduate bound for OSU) was busy cleaning in the expansive Caribbean Coral Reef exhibit when he noticed children on the other side of the glass glued to his every move. So Maciha started interacting with the gathering crowd by playing rock, paper, scissors and imitating superheroes. What does Spider-Man look like underwater? The divers give shows at the Oklahoma Aquarium on Fridays at 3:30 p.m.
<i>Jazz Hall of Fame Begins Summer Concert Series</i>
After a hectic week-long celebration, including the historic ribbon-cutting ceremony, an annual Induction Banquet Gala, scholarship golf tournament, charter membership party and JazzFEST, the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame has continued to keep a fast pace by having a number of special events and presenting the first Summer Jazz Concert Series for 2007.
Agio Salon Providing Comfortable, Affordable Experience
Dreaming of getting away to the rustic Mediterranean countryside this summer? That relaxing dream vacation may be closer than most Tulsans realize; in fact, it can be found in Broken Arrow at 427 W. Stonewood Dr. inside Agio Salon.
Hanson Returns to Musical Roots with ‘The Walk’
Ten years ago, American music was in the midst of the summer of pop and for millions of teenage girls around the world, Tulsa became a musical Mecca. “MMMBop” took root in fans heads, the addictive, nonsense chorus refusing to budge once planted there, and Tulsa brothers Isaac, Taylor and Zac Hanson went from being hometown musicians to an internationally known band.
Tulsa Photographer Jerry Cornelius Edits History Book
Once upon a time Tulsa, south of Second Street, was a rutty dirt road.
Once upon a time Brown-Duncan department store at the corner of Fourth and Main Streets was the “center” of Tulsa shopping.
Once upon a time Tulsa boasted of a cavernous and ornate movie palace called the Ritz Theater.
Philbrook, OU Receive Prestigious Adkins Art Collection
Ted M. Riseling, chairman of the Adkins Foundation Board, announced July 16 that Philbrook Museum of Art and Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art at the University of Oklahoma have been jointly selected to receive the Eugene B. Adkins collection of art. The collection, valued at $50 million, is among the most important private collections in the nation and includes works by the Taos artists as well as Native American works of art.
Fusco to Donate Talents at Neighbor for Neighbor Event
Neighbor for Neighbor will hold its annual Dinner and Diagnosis Charitable event Sunday July 29, at the University of Tulsa at 4:30 p.m.
Chef Michael Fusco, of the newly opened Michael Fusco’s Riverside Grill, will be preparing and donating the lasagna dinner for 425 people. Many doctors, dentists, optometrists, nurses and other volunteers will be serving the dinner.
Savory Chef Goes to France
The staff of Savory Chef is conducting a six day tour of the south of France where staff will take participating clients to Provence, Cannes, Nice and other French cities.
Tulsa RSVP Helps in New Orleans
Claudia Meiling, RSVP executive director and Jan Kelley, assistant director, were among 25 staff members of Oklahoma Senior Corps who joined others from Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri and Louisiana for a four-day conference in New Orleans from June 16 through June 19. Re-New, Re-charge, Re-Build was the theme for this meeting that offered numerous sessions for staff of national service projects of the Corporation for National and Community Service.
ADA Planning for ‘Concours for the Cure’
Classic cars, fine cuisine and finding a cure for diabetes will all be part of an extraordinary evening on Sept. 15 when the American Diabetes Association hosts its annual Tulsa and Eastern Oklahoma gala, Concours for the Cure. A concours is a showing of rare and classic automobiles that have been meticulously restored.
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