December 2017 Around Town


Tulsa native, Kesha Buster, MD, FAAD, a board-certified dermatologist, has launched VibrantSkin Dermatology and Laser, located at located at 11911 S. Oxford Ave. Suite 200 in Tulsa.

Dr. Buster treats both adults and children, and she enjoys all aspects of dermatology including medical, surgical and cosmetic dermatology. She has expertise in laser, light, and radio frequency-based treatment of lines/wrinkles, scars, rosacea, age spots, and veins. She’s skilled in utilizing neurotoxins (e.g., Botox, Dysport) to smooth wrinkles and treat excessive sweating and dermal fillers (e.g., Restylane) for fine lines and scar re-contouring. 

Dr. Buster received her Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Tulsa, Master of Science from Baylor University, and Doctorate in Medicine from the University of Iowa College of Medicine.

In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her husband, Jimmy, and their three children.

For more info, call 918.340.6539 or visit


A ham from The Hamlet™ is perfect for the holidays, family get-togethers and a perfect gift idea too. Get a head start on your holiday preparations and reserve your honey-kissed ham or smoked turkey online today. Two convenient locations in Tulsa to pick up your selections: 91st & Sheridan and 71st & Trenton. Customers may purchase a ham or turkey plus individual sides or purchase a Hamlet Holiday Meal. For pricing and to place an order, visit


Utica Park Clinic providers shared important information on women’s health on Oct. 25th as part of Hillcrest HealthCare System’s Silver Elite program. Drs. Tara Wilson and Sarah Oberste presented on breast and colon cancer and how these diseases impact women. The doctors also shared information on the importance of screenings and early cancer detection along with details on surgical and non-surgical treatment options. Visit for more info on Hillcrest HealthCare System’s Silver Elite program or call 918.579.6060 (ext. 2).



Robert Odle and Richard Averill’s musical adaptation of Charles Dickens’ beloved novella about the joy of giving has been a Tulsa tradition for more than 40 years — an annual reminder of the basic message of the holiday season. ATC Executive Director Ed Durnal returns after a two-year hiatus to direct the 50-member cast, which includes Karl Krause as Scrooge and John Knippers and Brittany Wright as two of the ghosts. Cody McCoy rejoins the cast in the roles of Ben Scrooge and Fred, and six-year-old Indigo Kifer makes her debut as Tiny Tim.


A young girl’s fantasy unfolds in this remarkable production that mixes the visuals of a Broadway show with the heartwarming story of a fairy tale Christmas. More than 100 local children join the professional company to help the larger-than-life Mouse King battle the Nutcracker Prince and his toy soldier brigade. Make memories with your family they will never forget with Tulsa Ballet’s special VIP Experience! For information on the VIP experience visit or call 918.749.6006. 

For both shows, go to for more info.

35th Annual Masterworks 
Concert-Save the Date

The Memorial High School Chorale will be presenting its 35th Annual Masterworks Concert on Thursday, January 11, 2018 at Trinity Episcopal Church. This year’s concert is very unique, as they are participating in a worldwide celebration of the 100th Anniversary of Leonard Bernstein’s birth with a performance of his epic Chichester Psalms. This year-long celebration includes performances by music ensembles throughout the United States and abroad; however, as of this writing, Memorial is the only organization in Oklahoma that is participating. Through this, the Memorial High School Chorale are offering a very unique experience to music lovers in our city.

TOYLAND BALL-Save the Date

Under the Sea is the theme for the Toyland Ball, The Parent Child Center’s annual signature fundraising event. This black tie gala offers an elegant evening of dinner and dancing, with a live auction. A highlight of the evening is the presentation of the Guardian Angel Award for 2018 to Ruth and Al Sowards of the Sisk Charitable Trust. Event chairs, Carey and Brett Baker, are leading an enthusiastic volunteer committee to plan and host the event. Honorary chairs, Mayor GT and Susan Bynum are lending their advice and prestige.

The event is held on January 20th, 2018 from 6-11:30 p.m. at the Cox Business Center. Go to for more info.