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Harwelden Mansion Maintains Original Beauty

ON ARCHITECTURE By ROGER COFFEY, AIA

On a rolling hill just south of downtown is one of Tulsa’s most distinguished Tudor residences. At 2210 South Main Street, it is distinguished because of the quality of its construction and the history of its occupants. Built in 1923 by wealthy oilman, Earl Harwell and his wife Mary, the four-story 13,000-square-foot mansion and its grounds occupies a full city block.

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Event Center in Limbo

By BETH TURNER

When the 4,500-seat SpiritBank Event Center, 10441 S. Regal Blvd., in Bixby, was being constructed in 2008, hopes were high. Unfortunately, while the center has received numerous well-known performers and welcomed a number of tenants, including the Bixby Chamber of Commerce and various retailers in the adjoining Regal Plaza, the center has not been able to hold onto its original momentum.

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Steakhouse Offers Views, Upscale Cuisine

LOCAL DINING By BLAKE AUSTYN

Zanmai, 1402 S. Peoria Ave., an upscale Japanese steakhouse, Hibachi and sushi bar, has been calling Cherry Street home since September last year.

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H&P Announces Contracts in Argentina

Tulsa-based Helmerich & Payne, Inc. confirmed this spring that the company has entered into new drilling contracts with YPF Sociedad Anonima, according to reports. The company plans to deploy ten existing FlexRigs from the U.S. to work in the Vaca Muerta play in the Neuquen Province in Argentina under five-year term contracts. The first rig is expected to commence drilling operations during the company’s fourth quarter of fiscal 2014. The remaining nine rigs are expected to be sequentially deployed, reaching full utilization by the end of the second quarter of fiscal 2015. No other terms and conditions were disclosed.

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Oklahoma an American Energy Leader

ENERGY WATCH By MARK A. STANSBERRY

I recently entered the Oklahoma Department of Commerce building to attend a Governor’s International Team meeting and noticed a poster that was in the entry. The first words at the top of the poster grabbed my attention: oil, natural gas, wind and unconventional resources. I stopped to read further.

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Genealogy Center Invites Tulsa Residents to Celebrate Genealogy Month

Share your family’s heritage with future generations by researching your roots and creating a family tree. Join Tulsa City-County Library’s Genealogy Center in July at its annual Family History Month series featuring a variety of programs for new genealogy researchers as well as lifetime enthusiasts.

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Wild Brew 2014

FOOD, BEER, MUSIC: From left, Wild Brew event co-chair Wade Huntsman, Fellowship of Oklahoma Ale Makers President Jeff Pursley, Choc Beer Company’s Adrian Barrera and Wild Brew event co-chair Mary Vrooman prepare for Wild Brew on Aug. 23 at the Cox Business Center. The event will feature food from local restaurants, national and local artisan brewers and live music by Mid-Life Crisis.

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