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Mayfest Announces New Home in the Tulsa Arts District; 47th Annual Festival Set for May 17-19

Tulsa Mayfest will move to a new home in the Tulsa Arts District for the 2019 and future festivals, Mayfest organizers announced recently. Additionally, the festival will move to a three-day format and include an increased presence from local visual artists. Mayfest is set for, May 17 – 19.

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Pastor Weldon Tisdale Named Gatesway CEO


The Gatesway Foundation, a Broken Arrow-based non-profit organization dedicated to aiding adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, has hired Pastor Weldon Tisdale Sr. as its new Chief Executive Officer replacing CEO and former board president Jim Pacula.

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Les Mis, Frozen Among Celebrity Attraction's 2019-20 Highlights


Celebrity Attractions’ CEO Kristin Dotson enjoys a challenge.

For more than 35 years, the Tulsa-based company has cultivated one of the largest season subscription series in the country. Last year, subscriber numbers reached an all-time high with the addition of the blockbuster “Hamilton” to Celebrity’s 2018-19 season roster. Dotson knew her company had set the bar high for whatever shows might follow, and she wondered, along with hopeful subscribers, what could possibly rival “Hamilton.” At a recent gathering at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center, Dotson and her team revealed their answer.

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Tulsa Regional Chamber Inaugurates BOK’s David Stratton as 2019 Chairman of the Board

The Tulsa Regional Chamber inaugurated David Stratton, executive vice president of Tulsa corporate banking for BOK Financial, as the 2019 chair of the Board of Directors during its annual meeting in January. More than 1,400 attendees watched as Stratton outlined his five strategic imperatives for the organization in 2019: degrees, development of the workforce, downtown, direct flights, and diversity.

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Reading Partners Needs the Participation of Citizens

From Tulsa's Mayor by G. T. Bynum

Here in Tulsa, we are living in exceptional times. We are working to make our city the best version of Tulsa it can be. Often when I’m out in the community, I’m asked, “How can I help Tulsa?” One of the best ways to help is by getting involved in Reading Partners.

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Higher Education Chancellor Presents Legislative Agenda

Strengthening Oklahoma’s workforce pipeline through degree and certificate completion continues to be the state system of higher education’s top priority. That was the message delivered by Chancellor Glen D. Johnson as he presented the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education’s FY 2020 budget request and 2019 legislative agenda to an audience of lawmakers, community leaders and educators at Northeastern State University-Broken Arrow on Jan. 16.

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AAPG Complex a Product of Wally Wozencraft

On Architecture By ROGER COFFEY, AIA

The northwest corner of 15th Street and Boulder Avenue, at 1444 S. Boulder Ave., is a building that is the result of a series of additions and some serious remodeling. The building is the headquarters for the American Association of Petroleum Geologists.

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