Nathan Young started his music project Tulsa Noise as a “platform for people who otherwise might not be able to have one.”
Instead of the crack of a bat, visitors to ONEOK Field will hear music by Mozart, Bruch and Brahms when the Tulsa Symphony Orchestra plays there Oct. 18.
It’s the natural world in miniature — with all its mystery and beauty captured in a stoneware pot.
Known for sharing her spooky-cute creations with her more than 70,000 Instagram followers, Tulsa artist Stephanie Bayles is keeping busy. She illustrated last year’s cover of The Tulsa Voice’s Halloween issue, and since then has redesigned her website, started Podcast Zero (on hold for now u…
Visit Pumpkin Town Farms, 6060 S. Garnett Road, Oct. 1-Nov. 1 to traverse corn mazes, go on a hay ride or pony ride, partake in some pumpkin bowling and many more activities. Or, if you’re feeling brave, make your way through the trails of the Insanity Farms’ haunted maze. $10-$45. pumpkinto…
Golden and amber leaves are a reminder that chilly October weather is on the way, and what better way to relax than with a brew to match.
Tulsa Opera opens its 2020-21 season at ONEOK Field, 201 N. Elgin Ave., at 7:30 p.m., Oct. 9. This will be the opera’s first performance since the COVID-19 outbreak and the first opera company in the U.S. to perform an opera again since all opera companies were shut down this past spring.
Tulsa musicians and venues have been hit hard by COVID-19. Social distancing and small venues crammed with people don’t really fit together. For months venues have been empty, and musicians have been home.
Editor’s note: Due to Covid-19 restrictions, confirm activities via event organizers prior to attending.
For Tulsa County residents concerned about how the upcoming election will play out in November, rest assured it will be overseen by a dedicated group of officials at the Tulsa County Election Board.
There were a lot of firsts at the 68th annual Cherokee National Holiday in September. Pandemic precautions meant organizers had to get creative with events, launching the socially distanced “Drive-in Movie Nights” at One Fire Field in Tahlequah.
Opening a restaurant during a pandemic sounds like a recipe for disaster. But with the support of the restaurant community — and a ton of hard work — a few downtown restaurants made it happen. Others that opened shortly before the pandemic are hanging in there, hoping more people will make t…
Recipes for your fall cookouts and tailgating