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Review: Larger-Than-Life and Life-Size LEGOS on display at Tulsa Botanic Garden 

Held at the Tulsa Botanic Garden this spring is Nature Pop, a series of statues made of LEGOS on display to visitors of the scenic garden. Onlookers of statues at the garden were regaled with folk songs sung by music duo “Two Crows for Comfort.” (Accompanying this article is a video with the sights and […]

Review: A local venue holds a fighting game space for beginners and experienced players

Warguts Esports, 3322 Southwest Blvd., hosts events for the Fighting Game Community (FGC) as well as newcomers wanting to join the FGC. It is an event space, where people can choose a fighting game out of a plethora to play. The E-Sports facility is open every Saturday from 1 p.m. – 11 p.m. (A glossary […]

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 […]

TCC faculty and staff present at statewide conference 

Tulsa Community College faculty and staff presented research at a statewide higher education conference in November. The topic was “Living Proof: African American Women and Leadership Lessons in the Academy.”  Ramona Curtis, director for Workforce Programs; Kayla Harding, Ed.D., faculty department chair and associate professor for English; and Corinice Wilson, Ph.D., assistant professor of sociology, […]

TCC partners with OU-Tulsa to offer cybersecurity degrees 

Starting next fall, a new way to earn a degree in cybersecurity and other technology-focused STEM fields will be available to graduates of Tulsa Community College and other associate degree programs. The best part? It will be right here in Tulsa.   The University of Oklahoma-Tulsa’s new Polytechnic Institute (OUPI) will collaborate with TCC to meet […]

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 […]

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