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Acclaimed Choreographers Come to Tulsa Ballet

By BLAKE AUSTYN

Tulsa Ballet is opening its 2014-15 season with three world premiere pieces from Adam Hougland, Luciano Cannito and Ashley Page, Sept. 26 – Oct. 5, to be held in its 300-seat Studio K theatre at 1212 E. 45th Pl. S.

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Bixby School Board in Tune with District

By EMILY RAMSEY

“To me, the school board is the embodiment of ‘local control,’” says Lisa Kramer, who is currently serving in her fifth year as a school board member, “where we have local parents and community members who are vested in our community trying to make the best possible decisions for our youth.”

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Honoring John H. Williams

“Redstone Valley Moon,” a sculptural landscape, was unveiled at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center recently. At the event in the photo are, from left, Ken Busby, executive director and CEO of the Arts & Humanities Council of Tulsa; Mary Ann Doran, owner of M.A. Doran Gallery, and artist Kreg Kallenberger.

The piece was created by Tulsa artist Kreg Kallenberger and honors PAC founder John H. Williams, who passed away in May 2013. PAC Trust Chair Ken Busby unveiled the sculpture along with Kallenberger, his wife Chris Kallenberger, Mrs. John H. Williams, her son, John Williams, Jr., and PAC Director John Scott. The new piece is located on the Promenade level of the PAC near the entrance to the Westby Pavilion.

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Coffee Love Remains Strong in Greater Tulsa

Out & About in Greater Tulsa by EMILY RAMSEY

Tulsans certainly don’t suffer from a lack of choices when it comes to finding a place for their morning pick-me-up. Tulsa is home to quite the quantity of coffee shops, all of them with their individualized atmospheres, flavor profiles and, for some, roasting techniques.

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Local Partners Repurpose Historic Firehouse

On Architecture by ROGER COFFEY, AIA

Driving east on the Broken Arrow Expressway, a couple of blocks west of Utica is an outstanding example of an adaptive reuse building. Formerly the City of Tulsa Fire Station Number 8, this project at 1400 South Trenton is the creative work of architect James Boswell.

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Student Finds New Code to Success

News from Tulsa Tech by DR. STEVE TIGER

Many would have thought Sandy Strickland had already discovered the secret codes to success, working for ten years as a manager for a financial company, with a total of 20 years in the financial industry itself. Then it happened again: someone changed the codes.

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Dress for Success to Hold October Fundraiser

Dress for Success Tulsa will hold its annual fashion show and auction, “Step Up to Success,” on Oct. 10.

The event will take place at Sky Loft at 1st Place Tower, 15 E. 5th St., in downtown Tulsa. Doors will open at 6:30 p.m. The evening will begin with a silent auction, cocktails and dinner prepared by Chef Mark Michalski and from Tulsa-area restaurants. This year, the event is themed a Black & White party; patrons are invited to dress in business dressy attire and in line with the theme.

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