It really wouldn’t have mattered if we loved our food at the Vista at the Boathouse. We would have come back anyway for the most amazing view in Tulsa.
Michael Patton, Tulsan and bon vivant, has created a social solution for adventurous folks who want to check out the hot Tulsa spots with other kindred spirits. Bourbon Tulsa Weekly is a Facebook group that has been attracting new members steadily since November with its regular happy hour e…
With so many great dishes at restaurants across Tulsa, it’s impossible to try them all. That’s why we love Restaurant Week, happening Sept. 6-15. Restaurant Week is a chance to try the menus at more than 50 restaurants for a reduced price or from a prix fixe menu. Just as great is the fact t…
The late interior designer Charles Faudree was known across the world, but he called Muskogee and Tulsa home for most of his life. In 2013, at the age of 75, Faudree’s death left behind a legacy that friend and Realtor Peter Walter wanted to commemorate. On the hunt for the perfect location …
When you think of color in the landscape, annuals immediately come to mind. Although true annuals go through their entire life cycle in one calendar year, there are many biennials and perennials we treat as annuals because they cannot survive Tulsa’s cold winters.
Green-thumbers know annuals are planted every growing season, while perennials come back each year, often fuller and more plentiful than before. That’s what makes Tulsa Garden Club a perennial local favorite — literally and figuratively — as it celebrates its 90th anniversary.
The Home Builders Association of Greater Tulsa was honored with two national awards, the Best Association Operations Program and Best Membership Recruitment Plan Implemented, at the National Association of Home Builders Association Management Conference in July.
Each year, the Tulsa Federal Credit Union Tulsa Run chooses five local nonprofits to support. Four receive $2,500 each and one receives $25,000. This year, Parkside Psychiatric Hospital and Clinic was chosen to receive $25,000 for its By Your Side Food Pantry.
Tulsa City-County Library received the 2019 Library of the Future Award, sponsored by the American Library Association and Information Today Inc. publishing company, at the American Library Association’s annual Conference in July in Washington, D.C.
Iron Gate, an organization that serves more than 500 plates of food to hungry Tulsans every day, recently moved into its new home at 501 W. Archer St.
In 1978, the Rev. John C. Powers, Keenan Barnard and Gene Buzzard were in a Bible study at Trinity Episcopal Church when a homeless man knocked on the door and asked for something to eat.
It is 9:45 p.m., and Luz Lopez is cooking. She and her family are getting ready to feed hungry Tulsans, as they do every second Saturday of the month in front of the downtown homeless shelter.
Five innovative Oklahoma educators and 100 outstanding Oklahoma high school seniors were honored at the 2019 Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence Academic Awards Banquet on May 18 at the Renaissance Tulsa Hotel and Convention Center.
Being charitable has long been a priority for Bryan Mitchell, a team member at Spherexx, a Tulsa-based website, marketing and software development company founded in 2000. So, when Spherexx CEO Becca Wilson announced she’d set aside over $60,000 in gift cards for the company’s Pay it Forward…
A native Tulsan has scored a touchdown with her business. Gameday Couture LLC is a manufacturer and distributor of boutique and licensed women’s apparel with an e-commerce and private label division headquartered in Jenks.
For Tulsa native Heather Brooker, life has been a serendipitous boomerang. This actress-podcaster-reporter finds her Tulsa roots woven throughout her career.
Until Oct. 13, Gilcrease Museum is showcasing "Recall/Respond," the first of a two-part collaborative exhibition with Tulsa Artist Fellowship. The contemporary works on display provide a sensory journey with bright colors, provocative messages and intriguing sounds that all come together to …
"What’s hard today will be easy tomorrow," says Shamiel Gary, quoting his jiujitsu instructor.