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Preview: Award-winning, All-time Favorite Musical: ‘My Fair Lady’ now in Tulsa 

A touring classical masterpiece is on its destination to Tulsa. With its captivating and moving storyline, you will forget all your worries and sing and dance along with the actors.  ‘My Fair Lady’ is a beautiful story accompanied by the most magnificent songs that celebrate transformation and growth of one’s soul. Multiple award-winning ‘My Fair […]

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 […]

The Ana Berry Trio Soothes with Jazz at the Tulsa Botanic Garden

Strewn up ornaments decorate every nook and cranny of the Tulsa Botanic Garden at this time of the year. Ambient Christmas songs play in the background of the area to make sure everyone can feel the holiday cheer. Guests to the garden can be amazed at the number of lights that adorn the serene walkways […]

Do you like Jazz? The get together for the Jazz Jam at the Interurban Grill

The Jazz Depot hosts the weekly Jazz Jam in downtown Tulsa at Baxter’s Interurban Grill, 717 S. Houston Ave., #100. The event is held on Tuesdays from 6 p.m. – 8 p.m. The Jazz Jam is an event where anyone can go and just enjoy the performances or participate in a performance using instruments provided […]

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: Favorite moments of 2023 Tulsa State Fair

View this post on Instagram A post shared by Tanya Nyborg (@tanyanyborg) The cattle exhibition occurred at Tulsa State Fair 2023. (Video by Tatyana Nyborg) View this post on Instagram A post shared by Tanya Nyborg (@tanyanyborg) Public enjoyed fun rides at Tulsa State Fair 2023. Nearly 25,000 Mega Ride pass wristbands were sold. (Video […]

Review: Christian band CAIN rocks and inspires at Tulsa State Fair! 

On Oct. 2, the Christian band CAIN performed in a lively concert at the Oklahoma Stage as part of the Tulsa State Fair.  The patron seating around the Oklahoma Stage was about three-quarters full. A large part of the audience consisted of families, many with younger children who seemed to enjoy the music too.  Various […]

Preview: Mizna’s Arab Film Festival returns to Circle Cinema, Nov. 9 

Circle Cinema, Tulsa’s only nonprofit independent historic theater, offers many unique viewing experiences for its members and guests. Circle screens an array of films, from Hollywood blockbusters to local independent films. It also showcases documentaries, silent films, and special screenings that are followed by one-of-a-kind panel discussions. Circle Cinema truly offers moviegoers visual experiences you […]

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