Voters choose Gathering Place as USA Today’s Best New Attraction

Gathering Place is adding “Best New Attraction” to their list of accolades after winning the Today’s 10Best Readers’ Choice 2018 Best New Attraction award. On Friday, Jan. 18, Executive Park Director Tony Moore was joined by Tulsa Mayor G.T. Bynum in the Williams Lodge to announce the Park receiving the national honor at the same time Today announced it to their 2.6 million readers.

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State of the City: Becoming Globally Competitive

From Tulsa’s Mayor by G. T. Bynum

Last November, I was privileged to present our State of the City’s report to one of the largest audiences in Tulsa history! My administration’s focus is to become globally competitive: creating equal opportunities for all Tulsans, improving public safety and further developing the city we want for us and for those who come after us.

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Famous Tulsan Leon Russell to be Celebrated


Russell Bridges will be remembered and celebrated on Feb. 9 with a concert at his high school alma mater.

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Greenheck Group Celebrates Progress In Tulsa with Huge Investment, 600 Jobs

Greenheck Group, a Wisconsin-based manufacturer of air movement, control and conditioning equipment, recently celebrated the completion of phase one at its Tulsa campus, a $100 million capital investment that will employ 600 people.

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Tulsa Boat, Sport and Travel Show to Highlight Bravo’s Captain Lee

The Tulsa Boat, Sport and Travel show will host The Stud of the Sea, Captain Lee Rosbach from Bravo TV’s “Below Deck,” on January 28 and 29.

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Firefighters-in-Training Graduate from Academy

Fifteen firefighters-in-training (s) graduated from the Tulsa Regional Fire Academy ready to step into a job with a local fire department. These 15 students are the first class to complete a challenging concentrated semester of coursework which combines classroom learning, hands-on skills training, and physical fitness.

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Duet Restaurant and Jazz Club Shines Downtown

Local Dining By BLAKE AUSTYN

he second project for Tulsa Chef Tuck Curren, who has successfully owned and operated Biga at 4329 S. Peoria Ave. since 2000.

Curren was not intent on opening a second restaurant, he said, but after being approached by George Kaiser to be a part of Kaiser’s Archer Building at Archer Street and Detroit Avenue and learning of Kaiser’s local-focused vision for the building and jazz club/restaurant concept, Curren couldn’t say no.

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