Chinese and other Asian nations celebrate the New Year according to a lunar calendar. In 2024, the Chinese New Year will fall on Feb 10. It is proclaimed the year of the Green Wooden Dragon. The Chinese animal zodiac includes 12 animals, and the dragon is one of them. New Year is the largest festive […]
Traditionally, Walmart has an extensive holiday décor section. This year, some cookware and interior and exterior item designs are festive and unexpected. Tatyana Nyborg, TCC Connection Metro Campus editor, presents her photo essay below.
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 […]
Spoiler alert: None of them are “Halloween” Many people binge on horror movies during October, though I know a few who do that all year long. But in October, it seems to have become a communal conversation. People posting about what they watch, discussing the relative merits of cinematic shockfests, both new and old, and […]
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 […]
Do you need something to do over the winter break? Do you still need to buy holiday gifts? Do you want something fun to do with family members while they are visiting? If you answered yes to any of the above questions, consider stopping by the Route 66 Christmas Chute in downtown Sapulpa. When you […]
This holiday season, each store offers its own designers’ interpretations of how Americans should dress for the festivities. Tatyana Nyborg, Metro Campus editor, went to the stores to find exclusive fashion designs that can please anybody.
More information about the Tulsa Christmas Parade can be found on its website, https://tulsachristmasparade.org/, Instagram, and Facebook.
According to Google, an average American spends about $200 on Christmas décor per year. The number one selling item is a Christmas tree. In 2020, Americans spent $777 billion on Christmas décor and gifts. Michaels art supply store began to offer from 20 to 60 percent discounts on Christmas items.
Last weekend, Tulsa craft lovers and holiday shoppers alike bundled up and made their way to An Affair of the Heart, a semiannual event that is known as “the largest arts, crafts, and boutique show in Oklahoma.” The event was, overall, more subdued than the Tulsa State Fair. Upon entering the SageNet Center building at […]