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Black Wall Street Arts Opens Gallery

The September opening of the Black Wall Street Gallery in Tulsa’s historic Greenwood District launched a 12-month Conciliation series pairing the works of one black artist with one white artist for a monthly joint exhibition highlighting diversity and unity.

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Polynesian Reef Opens at Oklahoma Aquarium

The Oklahoma Aquarium will celebrate its 15-year anniversary with a grand opening of its newest exhibit, the Polynesian Reef. Officials marked the event with a ribbon cutting ceremony and luau party open to the public Sept. 22.

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Dress for Success to Host Fashion Show and Fundraiser

Dress for Success Tulsa has scheduled its 2018 “An Evening of Empowerment Gala” Fashion Show and Auction for Thursday, October 25 at 6 p.m. at the Mike Fretz Event Center at 11545 East 43rd Street Tulsa. This is the organization’s largest annual charity event which will include dinner with a live and silent auction. The Fashion Show Models are representatives of corporations and businesses in the Tulsa community that demonstrate leadership and success in their respective fields.

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Busy Fall Features Performances Rich in Variety

Show Buzz by NANCY HERMANN

My children came back to Tulsa recently from their homes in New York City and San Francisco and marveled at the breadth and convenience of our entertainment options. Tulsa’s theaters, parks, sports complexes and casinos offer non-stop activity. What’s more, tickets are more plentiful here, often less expensive, and parking and traffic aren’t such ordeals. Our Tulsa renaissance is thrilling to observe and fun to share.

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Halloween Festival Takes a Spin at Muskogee Castle

For the thrill seekers of Castleton, the Castle is proud to introduce Casa Morte’s Murder Castle.

Guests will travel back to the 1893 World Exposition of Chicago to meet the infamous H.H. Holmes. Accredited with building a hotel that claimed the lives of nearly 300 victims, Holmes’ holds the title of America’s First Serial Killer. Guests will check in with the bellhops and leave their fate to the staff of the sinister hotel. This haunt is rated for advanced level scares while remaining below the extreme haunt scale.

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SNAP-Accepting Farmers Markets Staying Busy

The start of autumn means summer has faded and fall is here. Oklahoma farmers markets are still open to serve consumers through the fall harvest. Buyers can taste the difference of locally-grown squash, okra, peppers and more. These fall markets also have year-round favorites such as meat, eggs, dairy, jams, bread and other packaged food. Oklahoma has 40 farmers markets accepting Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and Senior Farmers Market benefits across the state. SNAP-accepting farmers markets help more families have access to fresh quality food. To find the nearest SNAP-accepting farmers market visit onieproject.org/farmersmarkets.

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Plein Air Tulsa! Painting in the Osage Competition

POSTOAK Lodge & Retreat, a sponsor of the upcoming “Plein Air Tulsa! Painting in the Osage” competition, is excited to host the 2nd annual event scheduled for Oct. 19-21, according to Trisha Kerkstra of POSTAL

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Chamber Music Tulsa Celebrates 65th Season

By NANCY HERMANN

Chamber Music Tulsa marks a 65th anniversary, opening its 2018-19 season this month at the Tulsa PAC. Known formerly as Concertime, Chamber Music Tulsa presents a stellar lineup of the world’s foremost chamber music ensembles each season. The organization also is recognized for its community outreach, bringing chamber music to schools and nonprofits, staging pop-up concerts at unlikely places, and facilitating discussions about music and related history.

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Gary Glanz Celebrates 50 Years of Solving Crimes

By K.J. WEBB

Tulsa Private Investigator Gary Glanz, dubbed the nation’s “Super Sleuth” by the Wall Street Journal, is celebrating 50 years in the business of solving crimes, tracking down fugitives all over the world, recovering vast sums of money, fine art and treasures, and more. Glanz’ track record of success over the decades firmly established his reputation as one of the best PI’s in the nation. His Tulsa office, Glanz and Associates, receives calls from all over the country from clients seeking his agency’s expert services.

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Runway Tulsa to Introduce Exciting Changes to 2018 Show

Runway Tulsa is announcing the production of its 2018 fashion show with the largest offering to-date. On Saturday, Oct. 13, Runway Tulsa will present eight designers in a show that will be staged at a new location: Tulsa’s most fashionable shopping center and major sponsor – Utica Square.

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Blazing Entertainment Featured in Fall Lineup

Show Buzz by NANCY HERMANN

Summer is behind us, but fun times continue with more outstanding concerts and attractions.

While the weather is still agreeable, check out the first-ever rock concert at the ONEOK Field. Twelve-time Grammy-winning artist Jack White performs music from his new album, Boarding House Reach, Sept. 17. ONEOK is collaborating with SMG Tulsa, the company that programs and runs the BOK Center for this one-of-a-kind event. The BOK Center and ONEOK Field have achieved so much for our city and for downtown in particular.

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Tulsa Zoo Turns 90 Thanks to Will O. Doolittle

The Tulsa Zoo’s gates first opened in September of 1928, thanks to Will O. Doolittle, then Tulsa Parks Superintendent, who proposed the creation of a zoo infused with conservation ideals.

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‘Outsiders’ Star to Appear at Tulsa Pop Culture Expo

Tulsa Pop Kids is excited to announce C. Thomas Howell will be joining the event for Tulsa Pop Culture Expo. 

Howell is known for his role as PonyBoy in Francis Ford Coppola’s classic The Outsiders, Red Dawn and his current projects Ray Donovan, Stitchers and Outcast.
In addition to Howell’s appearance at Tulsa Pop Culture Expo, a one-half to two-hour tour will take visitors to five or six locations where the Outsiders movie was filmed in Tulsa.  The VIP Outsiders House Movie Tour is an exclusive Tulsa Pop Culture Expo event. Attendees must have a convention ticket to be eligible to purchase this exclusive tour.

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Lead the Pack at Tulsa Zoo’s St. John ZooRun

Race past tigers, giraffes and bears on your way to the finish line at St. John ZooRun on Saturday, Oct. 6, at the Tulsa Zoo. The 49th annual family friendly race features a 5k and 10k, plus the St. John 1-mile Fun Run.

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Winning Lineup of Shows Slated for Local Venues

Show Buzz by NANCY HERMANN

Tulsa continues its winning streak of solid entertainment with diverse and enticing options.

Prominent in the winner’s circle is Ringo Starr, who launches the U.S. leg of his current tour at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino on Sept. 1. A member of the most successful rock group of all time, Starr’s contributions to music helped define an era. So why is the Fab Four’s star drummer taking to the road for a multi-city tour? “Rolling Stone” rock critic David Wild wrote of the former Beatle, “Ultimately what’s most impressive about Ringo Starr isn’t what he’s been, but rather who he is.” Wild admires Starr’s “heart and soul, wit and wisdom.”

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