From trimming the tree to so many RSVPs, the holidays are filled with things for Tulsans to do. Here are a few tips and tricks we’ve culled from local experts on how to get through this holiday season. We’ve also provided a full round-up of performances, light shows and concerts sure to put …
It’s hard to believe, but it’s holiday time again … the season for list making, shopping, wrapping, decorating, performances, parades, lights and the fast-paced frolic and fun with family and friends that November and December are known for. And nearly everywhere you look, Santa will be peeking around the corner.
A total of $14,000 was raised, benefiting the Ruth G. Hardman Adult Literacy Service.
Kim Hann and Chris Lieberman's foundation plans to open Oklahoma’s first activity-based neurorehabilitation center, DEFY, in summer 2020.
Sara Pinkepank originally discovered a choir for people with aphasia in Vermont and decided to start her own in Tulsa.
Beneficiaries were 501tech.net, Oklahomans for Equality and scholarships to four college students pursing computer science studies.
Here to give us some tips is Gregor Donnini, co-owner of Boston Title and Abstract restaurant and certified sommelier.
The professionals behind the scenes at Tulsa International Airport are on the front lines of welcoming visitors to the city and greeting returning neighbors. Three recent staffing changes at the airport show how Tulsa is forward thinking in today’s air travel industry.