One night per year, a costume and the magical words "trick-or-treat" grant all kids the same rights and privileges. For many, though, a Halloween costume is a luxury, which is the very inequity that Emily and Richie Bolusky, along with their daughters, Conley and Campbell, are seeking to rec…
Living Arts of Tulsa transported more than 200 patrons to ancient Greece for Dionysian Nights on Aug. 11 at Living Arts. The gala channeled Dionysus, Greek god of the grape harvest, wine and theater. Appropriately, Portico Dance Theatre performed a dance piece among the guests, trailing shee…
The Tulsa Zoo marked its 90th anniversary June 15 at WALTZ on the Wild Side. The event featured samples of signature dishes from more than 40 Tulsa restaurants inside the Lost Kingdom exhibit complex. Guests danced to live music from Professor D till midnight inside the climate-controlled H.…
Local models will work the catwalk in the high-fashion styles of Stella McCartney at this month’s annual Pink Ribbon event benefiting Oklahoma Project Woman.
Eight-year-old Rola Eid was an eyewitness to the effects of breast cancer. She watched her mother’s reverse metamorphosis — from social butterfly to a cocoon of sadness — after her mastectomy in the early 1980s. "Thirty years ago, there were no support groups. No pink ribbons," Eid says.
A breath of fresh air: 100 Boulder
As downtown grows, so do parking concerns in the minds of many Tulsans. In response to downtown development, Price Family Properties is constructing a $12.8 million parking complex that will add 500 downtown parking spots at East Fourth and South Main streets.
Piece: "Route 66 Rising," to be installed this fall at the Avery Traffic Circle of East Admiral Place and South Mingo Road. It’s the original 1926-32 alignment of Route 66 and the former site of a filling station and inn owned by Cyrus Avery, the "Father of Route 66."
Earlier this year, Tulsa natives Maxim Rainer and Justin Kila, both of alternative rock band Wilderado, were in the Los Angeles limelight and had just released their third EP, "Favors," when they decided T-Town was beckoning.
Like many Tulsans, videographer Patrick McNicholas frequently walks downtown and wonders what it must have looked like 100 years ago. Using his skills in photography and photo editing, he is satisfying that curiosity.