Category: General News

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: ‘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. […]

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF BLACK JOURNALISTS REGIONAL CONFERENCE TO MEET IN TULSA,APRIL 12-13

The National Association of Black Journalists Region III will be hosting its annual conference in Tulsa, April 12-13. The theme is “Press and Prosperity: NABJ Meets Black Wall Street.” The host site is Tulsa Community College Center for Creativity. Hundreds of journalists from the region and the country are expected to gather in Tulsa. The […]

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 […]

Fulton Street opens for readers and coffee lovers in Greenwood district

Fulton Street Books and Coffee, 21 N. Greenwood Ave., has opened its newest location in the historic Greenwood district. A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Dec. 1. Owner Onikah Asamoa-Caesar recognized a number of supporters who helped her to achieve this milestone. It was an emotional occasion and opportunity for her. She teared up from the […]

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 […]

TCC Connection wins several awards from OCMA (Oklahoma Collegiate Media Association) 

In May, the award-winning TCC Connection lived up to that accolade by receiving several awards from the Oklahoma Collegiate Media Association (OCMA) contest. The winners each placed in the categories in which they submitted their works from the previous school year. The award winners included Sam Levrault, Ethan Gray, Gabrielle Farringer, Joe O’Shansky, and Sarah […]

Tulsa celebrates the seventh annual Native American Day at Dream Keepers Park

Oct. 9 is recognized as Native American Day by the city of Tulsa. Tulsa is the first city in Oklahoma to officially recognize this holiday, setting a precedent that soon many other cities in the state may follow. Starting back in 2017, Tulsa City Council and Mayor G. T. Bynum approved a resolution to establish […]

Here We Go Again: Applications open for 2023 – 2024 Tulsa Sings! Competition 

If you sing in the shower or in the car and think you deserve a better audience, Tulsa Sings! invites you to audition for the 2023-2024 vocal competition. Embedded with the Signature Symphony at Tulsa Community College, the selected finalists perform with the professional orchestra and will work with New York City-based vocalist and concert performer, Scott Coulter.  “Since we started […]

Keystone Lake’s history: A story of nature and a former town

Keystone Lake is a body of freshwater that leads from Mannford to Sand Springs and is 15 miles west of downtown Tulsa. There was once an entire “Old West Town” that was founded in 1900 that has since been flooded over with Keystone Lake’s waters. The Keystone Dam began construction in 1956 and ended construction […]

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