A Christmas Tradition

Since the 1950s, “The Nutcracker” has been the most widespread American holiday tradition. Almost every city in the country, whether it has a professional company, a civic company or a ballet school has its own version of this classic tale of love, conflict, good versus evil, candy canes, sugar plums and ultimate kindness. It’s a holiday tradition for families and young, aspiring dancers.

Brain Research and the Healthy Mind

Mental health is a tough subject to talk about, let alone understand, and has become a more prominent subject in the news recently. The Laureate Institute for Brain Research (LIBR) aims to shed more light on treatment options through research. Dr. Martin Paulus, Scientific Director and President at LIBR shares some insight with Tulsa Lifestyle contributor Kristy White on what…

Nationally acclaimed Oklahoma artist Jean Richardson to show in Tulsa

 Article Louann Buhlinger  Using a palette of jewel tones and warm earthen hues, artist Jean Richardson fuses the spiritual and abstract in her paintings of horses. “The image of the horse is the perfect vehicle to express my true subjects of motion and energy,” Richardson said.  “I see the horse as a metaphor for the human spirit – unbridled, striving,…

Learning Through Play

Even if your child is in the best school around, it’s always a good idea to keep them learning long after the final bell rings. Fortunately, it’s easy to make learning fun for kids in Tulsa. Ryan McAdams, founder of Tulsa Toy Depot at 101st Street and Sheridan Road, said he felt it was important to incorporate educational toys into…

Floating Stress Away

The concept of floating as a relaxation tool isn’t new, as Oklahoman Jay Shurley built the first float tank nearly 60 years ago. Today, float therapy has become increasingly popular, said Dr. Justin Feinstein, a clinical neuropsychologist with the Laureate Institute for Brain Research.

A Tulsa Tradition

Articulating the phrase “hockey in Oklahoma” sounds strange because it doesn’t fit who we are and what we know. In a state of Sooners and Cowboys where skating rinks are about as common as polar bears, hockey lingo isn’t exactly part of the everyday vernacular.


Donna Brollier has it all: A beautiful family, a famous son and a successful business. For 17 years, Brollier has owned and operated Donna’s Fashions in south Tulsa. Her store offers Tommy Bahama and all the latest fashion trends.