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Man vs. Food Watch Party at Joe Momma’s

“Man vs. Food” recently visited Tulsa and made several stops to check out our local food scene. Adam Richman, host of the show, along with the crew filmed a food challenge at Joe Momma‚Äôs, a rockin’ pizza restaurant in the Blue Dome district. This is where a Tulsa firefighter took on the extreme Incinerator challenge. […]

Parkhill’s South Liquor & Wine in South Tulsa

Parkhill's Liquor and Wine has recently opened its brand spankin' new doors in South Tulsa ( northwest corner of 101st and Memorial, by QuikTrip)! What a beautiful store!

Tulsa Zoo presents Starry Safari!

The Starry Safari is a member-only zoo overnight adventure that will happen one night only on Friday, May 20th, 2011 at 6:00pm. You'll have a chance to tour the zoo AFTER hours (Ooooo...how cool and oh-so-exciting!) and swing over to the Nature Exchange for some more fun.

Skate Date 2010 at the BOK Center

The BOK Center is openings its doors February 14th, 2010 for everyone to come in and ice skate on the Tulsa Oilers NHL regulation-sized 17,000 sf ice rink. The mood will be set for romance. Don’t be fooled, this will also be fun for the family. ADMISSION TO THE BUILDING IS FREE Cost for skating: […]

Fireworks. Where?

Saturday July 4th, 2009 ONEOK Freedom Fest Show your support for this purportedly short-of-cash event by heading to one of the three viewing locations for a helluva 9:30 p.m. fireworks show: RiverWest Festival Park, 18th and Jackson. Live music starts at 6 p.m. with Eric and the Blasters and then on to Brian Lee Dunning […]

Green Corn

Bixby Green Corn Festival The Green Corn Festival is a kick back to the good old fashioned family oriented picnics. The annual festival (held on the 4th Thursday, Friday and Saturday of June) features great music, arts and crafts, food, bingo, carnival and great games and contests for the young and young at heart. A […]

DFEST is more than Music

In addition to the festival, packed full of talented artists. DFEST has a Music and Yoga conference? Yes, you heard my right “A Yoga Conference”. It’s new this year and it’s intended to emphasize the importance both the music and yoga communities place on a spiritually evolved, eco-conscious lifestyle. More Info… The DFEST Music Conference […]

Greenfest 2009

The second annual OKGreenfest is an arts and music festival that brings together music fans, local artists, and environmental awareness. In conjunction with Earth Day, the festival is a great opportunity to not only entertain, but also educate. You won’t find any styrofoam on the festival grounds, but you will find recycled paper from toilet […]

Community Garden Opening Celebration

The Haven of Harmony Community Garden will hold their Opening Celebration on Sunday, May 24, 2-5 p.m. All of Tulsa is invited to the event. This is a celebration of local food production and community initiative. There will be food, live music, games for the kids, informational booths from local organizations, and more. The garden […]

Art:Untamed at Tulsa Zoo

The Tulsa Zoo just might be one of the only places that a 100-year-old Aldabra Tortoise paints a piece of art with his feet. The project is called Art:UNTAMED, and quite a few animals participate, everything from the meerkats to the penguins. Even Dufus the Flamingo painted one. It’s animal enrichment, a way for zookeepers […]