The Tulsa Historical Society and Museum will honor Juley Roffers and Jim Langdon, Madeline Manning Mims, Joe Moran, Susan Neal and Jeff Stava.
If you’re in the mood for something a little different this autumn, head to the southeast part of the state.
After 40 years in south Tulsa, French Hen Bistro and Wine Bar is moving to the new downtown Vast Bank building, 110 N. Elgin Ave.
In 2002, Tulsa-based Remwood Products created a line of natural soaps and detergents which is safe for sensitive skin.
Brad James Band, “At Fellowship Hall” and Weston Horn and the Hush, “Vol. II: Don’t Give Up”
“Voices of our Ancestors,” a red dress with symbols representing the “Three Worlds” from Muscogee legends, will be among Deer’s pieces at the Cherokee Art Market.
The saxophonist and Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame inductee returns to his hometown Oct. 18-19 for “The Golden Age of Greenwood.”
Family and Children’s Services’ Care Card fundraiser returns this month, just in time for holiday shopping season.
Tulsan Brooke Cox created the Nap Nook, a line of thoughtfully designed pillows, to help others suffering from chronic illness.
The local artist is working with Rose Rock Development on the renovation of the iconic Adams Building.
Ashley Ledezma, Cambell Wilson and Grace Meacham play and twirl with the Edison High School marching band, despite hearing impairments.
Explore five examples of Tulsa creativity and talent Oct. 6 at the Maple Ridge Home and Garden Tour.