Private jet charters faced a bit of headwind during the recession but use by both individuals and corporations is on the rise, fueled by convenience, safety and time savings.Read More
At a May 20 press conference in downtown Tulsa, representatives of the Route 66 Alliance announced the Route 66 Experience, an interactive interpretive center and hospitality complex.Read More
The Mayor’s Commission on the Status of Women has chosen seven women for Pinnacle Awards in 2015. Mayor Dewey F. Bartlett Jr. presented the awards at a reception on May 20.Read More
Summer is here! It’s time to play. Take a look at the entertainment lineup at the Tulsa PAC.
SummerStage returns for four weekends in June. Great variety at affordable prices makes this festival an attractive option for everyone. If you love a good musical, check out Tulsa Project Theatre’s “West Side Story,” June 5-14, Theatre Tulsa’s “Next to Normal,” June 19-21, and Sand Springs Community Theatre’s “Into the Woods,” June 25-28.Read More
Two Oklahoma State University-Tulsa faculty were recognized for exceptional teaching and research during the university’s graduation ceremony on May 11 at The Pavilion at Expo Square.Read More
Junior Achievement of Oklahoma hosts the semi-annual JA Business Success Series (BSS) on Friday, June 26, 2015 at 11:30 am at the DoubleTree Warren Place presented by Hewlett Packard.Read More
In 1928, the publisher of the Tulsa Tribune (for many years our evening newspaper), Richard Lloyd Jones, decided to build a new residence in the 3700 block of South Birmingham Avenue on the outer fringe of 1920s Tulsa. His natural choice for the architect was his cousin and close friend from his Wisconsin childhood Frank Lloyd Wright.Read More