Author: Kat Pacian

Review: Highly anticipated Doom Eternal released in March 2020

Avid gamers anxiously awaited Doom Eternal’s release for three years, but only one month from the game’s release date id Software and Bethesda Softworks announced that the highly anticipated game’s release would be delayed by four months, becoming available in March 2020 instead of November 2019. Doom Eternal is more fast paced and chaotic than […]

The Starlite hosts second annual RainBowie night

On Jan. 11, The Starlite welcomed Lauren Lunsford for the second annual RainBowie night. RainBowie is a tribute celebration of the life of David Bowie. The Starlite hosts the event because, according to Lunsford, “It’s the Starlite, the Starman, it’s the perfect location and it adds a little Ziggy Stardust vibe to the night.” The […]

Animal advocacy group contacts elected officials to support its agenda

Members of the Animal Awareness Project of Oklahoma (AAPO) came together in protest of the Shriner’s Circus on Feb. 29. The protest was held from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the Tulsa Expo Center. Dozens of protestors lined the entrance of the Expo Center and promoted the safety and welfare of exotic animals. Car […]

Review: The Tulsa Punk Rock Flea Market celebrated seven years in December 2019

The Tulsa Punk Rock Flea Market, organized by Tony and Michelle Cozzaglio, began in 2013. The Cozzaglio duo are also responsible for the punk street festival FYWROK, but the two have a mission to accomplish in Tulsa. Their mission is to bring the people of Tulsa’s punk rock community together and give an outlet to […]

Tulsa Pagan Pride Fest welcomes Tulsans to celebrate Paganism.

This October’s Tulsa Pagan Pride Day, or TPPD, was held at Veteran’s Park from 9:00am to 6:00pm. This year was the biggest celebration to date with between 900-1,000 people in attendance by 3:00pm. According to event organizer, Renee Walker, TPPD began as a simple picnic of fifty people at Whiteside Park. It was hosted by […]

Review: Tulsa Turkish Art and Food Festival holds 10th anniversary event

On November 9th, Raindrop Turkish House and Cultural Center hosted its tenth annual Turkish Food & Art Festival. The event was open to the public and free of charge. In order to keep the event organized for vendors local patrons were able to purchases tickets to use as currency for food and art. Some vendors […]

Chopin Theatre boasts new adaption of “The Nutcracker”

“The Nutcracker” at Chopin Theatre, otherwise known as the Chicago House Theatre, was not a traditional rendition of the ballet or play that audiences usually think of when they hear the name “The Nutcracker”. Much of the plot points differed from that of the original play but this variation followed the same tale loosely. The […]

“Shadow of Time” exhibit delights at Philbrook

Philbrook Art Museum welcomed artist Anila Quayyum Agha and her “Shadow of Time” installation to its main level on November 10th. The main installment of “Shadow of Time” is on display in the Helmerich Gallery and include Anila’s immersive award-winning piece “Intersections” and seven paper pieces. Agha also has two of her works in other […]

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