Category: Review

Review: ‘I Can’t 3D Print’ turns into ‘Wow, I Can’ at the high-tech workshop 

Tulsans were placed into the heartbeat of the new, exciting technology of 3D printing at the Tulsa Community College (TCC) Center for Creativity on Feb. 24.   The demonstration of 3D printing was organized by “Engage Learning,” a new partner of the Center for Creativity, according to Annina Collier, dean of the TCC Center for Creativity. […]

Review: New dining business opens with food and musical grooves

The Drip, which features ice cream, coffee, pizza, and live music, seems to have a way of bringing the people of small-town Cleveland together. The Drip is a recently opened eatery in the local area of Cleveland, Okla. Located at 220 S. Broadway St., the new establishment provides the community with a chance to get […]

Review: ‘Inevitable Beethoven’ celebrates a composer’s legacy 

On March 2, the Tulsa Signature Symphony once again put on a riveting and moving display of musicality. The show featured a chorus of 90 musicians and singers and acting done by Kurt Harris, who starred as Ludwig van Beethoven during the performance.   The packed audience at the Tulsa Community College’s VanTrease Performing Arts Center […]

Review: ‘Shared Legacies’ Recognizes Black-Jewish Unity for Civil Rights 

With the week leading into Martin Luther King Jr. Day, many events were planned and scheduled to commemorate the local observance of the 45th annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Parade.   On Jan. 11, I was able to attend one of these events by watching the documentary “Shared Legacies: The African American-Jewish Civil Rights […]

Review: ‘Godzilla Minus One’ reveals a tragic past through fact and fiction

“Godzilla Minus One” unexpectedly presents itself as a piece of Japan’s history retold. The story follows a man named Kōichi Shikishima (played by Ryunosuke Kamiki), an ex-kamikaze pilot, as he navigates life in post-World War II Japan. After having survived an attack by Godzilla on Odo Island, which took the lives of many of his […]

Review: This Local Tea Lounge Provides New Forum for Local Entertainers

On Sept. 26, a local tea lounge, Mi Tea Lounge, 427 S. Boston Ave., hosted a small event. This event helped citizens of the Tulsa area discover local artists and listen to music while having an excellent time. Similar to an earlier program, the new monthly sessions, “Tempo and Tea,” creates a space for anyone […]

Review: Lady Day arrives in Tulsa

Woody Guthrie Center hosts an exhibit of rare photographs of Billie Holiday  In the year 1957, a photographer named Jerry Dantzic is hired by Decca Records to photograph one of jazz’s greatest icons, Billie Holiday. These photographs all took place during a weeklong run of performances at a nightclub in Newark, N.J., known as Sugar […]

Review: 918 Food Festival 2023: ‘918 Brought Their Appetite’

On Sept. 2, Tulsa residents brought their appetites to the 918 Food Festival at 18th and Boston near downtown Tulsa. The second annual program features local businesses joining forces to share their food, drinks, and sweet delights with the community. The festival is ideal for family fun and anyone looking for self-dates or simply to […]

Review: ‘Medusa Undone’ The Untold Story of the World’s Most Famous Monster

Tulsa Community College’s Theatre Department opened its fall season with the performance of “Medusa Undone” by Bella Poynton and directed by Mark Frank. This is the first of two productions planned for the fall semester. The performances were held Oct. 5-8 at the PACE Studio Theatre on the Southeast Campus. “We try to do a […]

Review: ‘Killers of the Flower Moon’: 

A Haunting Resurrection of Injustice  Martin Scorsese’s adaptation of David Grann’s nonfiction book, “Killers of the Flower Moon: The Osage Murders and the Birth of the FBI,” takes the audience on a compelling journey back to the early 1920s in Osage County, Okla. During this time, the discovery of oil on Osage lands brought tremendous […]

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