Greater Tulsa Reporter
When Mike Bausch moved to the greater Tulsa area to join his brother, Jim, and open a pizza restaurant, the plan was always to go big, says Mike Bausch.
The brothers opened Andolini’s Pizzeria in Owasso in 2005, but they took their time before expanding, learning from past mistakes and finding what worked best, Mike continues.
My recent vacation (see page 27), and the airplane travel that accompanied it, presented me with a moment of pause to be reminded of yet another Tulsa gem that most of us certainly take for granted: our airport.Read More
In crafting Trash Talk each month, it’s with the input of successful editing that I don’t come across more preachy or stuck on a soapbox; that “expert” you avoid at a party.Read More
Buying or selling a home, for a majority of people, is one of the most important and exciting decisions made during their lifetime. Choosing a real estate professional continues to be a vital part of this process. Realtors are well-informed about critical factors that affect a specific market area, such as changes in market conditions, consumer attitudes, and financial interest rates.Read More
At the edge of Tracy Park, a National Register-listed Historic Neighborhood in Tulsa, is a modest Art Deco residence. The house is significant not just for its design but also for the persons involved in its creation.Read More
Entertainment can be the perfect way to celebrate Valentine’s Day. And why not celebrate all month long?
For starters, there’s country music heartthrob Eric Church, “Mr. Misunderstood,” appearing at the BOK Center as part of a 60-city tour on Feb. 2, and Ariana Grande stops by T-Town as part of her Dangerous Woman tour, Feb. 9. I attended Grande’s last Tulsa engagement a couple of years ago. She and nearly everyone, except me, was wearing cat ears at that concert as homage to Cat Valentine, the character Grande played on Nickelodeon. She’s all grown up now with slinky hits like “Dangerous Woman” and “Side to Side.” Grande locked down the American Music Association’s “Artist of the Year” for 2016. Her biggest fans have been females under age 25, but that fan base has grown. Her voice can fill the BOK bowl, and her backup dancers, if you like that sort of thing – I do!, are a show of their own.Read More
This holiday season brings with it the tradition of making New Year’s Resolutions. I enjoy the process of looking back to be inspired as I move forward, as well as finding inspiration from those around me. So here is a round-up of eco habits and resolutions from a few people in our community.Read More
I am pleased and honored to serve my fellow Tulsans as the 40th Mayor of the City of Tulsa. Thank you for electing me as your mayor – it is a dream come true. I love this city, and I love having the opportunity to serve as your mayor.Read More
“Community” seems to be the new buzzword, carrying with it the idea of creating a sense of belonging and of forming connections. With technology and its uses growing, it’s no surprise; humans are, ironically, more connected to one another than ever, regardless of geographical location, and yet more distanced than ever – fueling our innate need and desire to connect with others.Read More
Torero Bar and Kitchen, 202 S. Cheyenne Ave., opened in downtown Tulsa near the BOK Center in July, tucked away on the east side of One Place Tower, offering Latin American dishes and an extensive beer, wine and cocktail menu.Read More
Aviation students at Tulsa Tech have the opportunity to work on a wide variety of aircraft in an FAA-approved aviation environment as they study ground operations, the use of aircraft composite materials, and the maintenance of both reciprocating and turbine engines.Read More
Each year the Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education recognizes students who have chosen to study specific programs based on interests and abilities, rather than traditional gender roles, with the aptly named “Breaking Traditions Award.” Nominees for the award contribute by creating more awareness of and support for all non-traditional students and programs.Read More
When individuals witness the enthusiastic, seemingly endless energy that is Libby Billings, they usually aren’t surprised to discover that in addition to running successful businesses, she continues to breed new ones.Read More
Gilcrease Museum provided the perfect backdrop for highlighting the amazing works of The Me.t.’s 2016 Recycling Awards recipients. Friends and colleagues gathered on Tuesday, Nov. 15 to celebrate America Recycles Day by awarding local recycling champions, many of which pulled off feats of artistic proportions.Read More
I can’t remember when I first experienced rock climbing. I have narrowed it down to around my senior year in high school, but the reasons as to why I tried it in the first place, I can’t recall. Maybe I was simply looking for something new to try. Maybe it was fitness related. Or possibly a friend suggested it.Read More