There are a lot of things I love about Tulsa. I love the small-town atmosphere with big city dreams. Having been born and raised in Tulsa, I think it's great being able to go somewhere and always run into someone you know.
The Oklahoma Alliance for Animals hosted the large scale adoption event with 35 animal rescue organizations and shelters participating. More than 40 adoptions resulted, with many more pending. Photography by Missy Cremin
It takes some courage to pick up a camera, ask a complete stranger a few questions and then post it online. This exact idea is why I am obsessed with the Facebook page “Humans of New York." It’s the only page I follow on Facebook because I love getting to see what people think/do/hate/like on a daily basis in a…
Recently, the Oklahoma City Thunder named Monty Williams, Maurice Cheeks and Anthony Grant as assistant coaches and Billy Schmidt as quality control coach. They join assistants Mark Bryant and Darko Rajakovic, shooting coach Adam Harrington and Vin Bhavnani, who’s returning as manager of advance scouting/player development.
This month is our street’s annual block party. What shall we bring? Something meatless, of course. Fortunately there are other vegetarians on our street, so we don’t feel like complete odd balls. But the only way we found that out was by attending a previous block party. That’s where we found out that we have Presbyterians and Libertarians and a…
I sat down with Lindsey Morris, marketing manager at Saint Simeon’s Episcopal Home, and Carolyn Blaire, Foundation executive director at Saint Simeon’s, to speak to them about their upcoming fundraiser, “Western Days 2015.”
The Infiniti QX80 is a vehicle of contradictions and it always leaves me with mixed feelings. I’ve never been a fan of the exterior styling, yet the interior beckons with soft leather and wood trim. The V-8 engine guzzles fuel but it is extremely smooth and strong enough to tow 8,500 pounds.
Bluestone Steak House and Make A Wish Foundation raised $7,000 to make 9-year-old Max's dream come true, and sent him to Denmark to meet the makers of Legos. Max wants to be a Lego engineer when he grows up.
This is an exciting time for Tulsa Lifestyle! We are growing and have expanded our mailing area to include more neighborhoods in Tulsa, and now include neighborhoods in Bixby, Broken Arrow and Jenks. If you are receiving Tulsa Lifestyle for the first time we hope you enjoy the stories and various departments in the magazine.