Going home.

As the leaves settle around us, we hardly realize that we have also settled into the routine of fall. School schedules, football games, crock pot dinners, and whatever else feels good on cool sunny days. We are just beginning to relax after the mad rush that comes with school starting. But if you look a few weeks down the road,…

Saint Simeon’s Western Days 2015

The event's 19th annual milestone benefits the privately managed, nonprofit, senior living community that is home to men and women of all faiths. Themed Celebrating Saint Simeon’s, Where Caring Really Matters, this year's event raised $500,000.

November 2015 Around Town

Let Tom’s Outdoor Living design a custom holiday display perfectly suited for you and your home. Whatever your personal preference — elegant, whimsical or cutting-edge — the outdoor lighting specialists at Tom’s Outdoor Living can create the perfect holiday display to make your yard a joy to behold. Tom’s Outdoor Living will guide you through the design process using your…

Butternut Squash & Sage Soup

In a braiser or large stock pot, sauté the carrots, celery, onion, garlic, nutmeg, cinnamon, and brown sugar until the vegetables are softened, about 15 minutes over med high heat. Do not let the veggies brown. Add the apple juice and simmer until the liquid has reduced to a thick syrup. Add the squash, salt and pepper and sage. Cook…

The Golden Hurricane Welcomes Coach Philip Montgomery

Philip Montgomery needed just one date to fall for his future wife. It didn’t take much longer for the Golden Hurricane first-year head coach to fall for The University of Tulsa football program as well as for the city of Tulsa.

A Hidden Gem in the Pearl District

Hidden in the midst of the expanding Pearl District, Visions Tile and Stone has become a gem among residential and commercial building and remodeling gurus. A wholesaler and retailer of various stones and tiles from across the world, Visions is a family-owned business started by a husband and wife team, Dennis and Lorrie Pine, who have a long history in…

A Blaze of Glory

There's a pilgrimage that occurs each year in Oklahoma. When the leaves start to turn, thousands of people embark on a quest to the southeast region of the state to watch a blaze of glory. Yes, we are talking about the Talimena National Scenic Byway.

Route 66 Revival

There's a special uplifting feeling about Midtown Market. It's hard to pin-point, and even harder to explain, but it's apparent the second you pass through its doors. Maybe it's the classic rock 'n roll music that welcomes you to dance, or the warm smiles from the friendly sales staff who know your name and are truly thrilled to see you.…

Holiday Time Entertainment

At the Tulsa Performing Arts Center, programs for November and December have been in the planning stages for months. From the tried-and-true classics such as Tulsa Ballet’s The Nutcracker and American Theatre Company’s A Christmas Carol, to new shows like November’s Broadway offering, A Christmas Story: The Musical, there is an abundance of shows around which to schedule holiday playtime.…

An Evening of Wine & Roses

An Enchanted Mid-Summer Night celebrated the 21st year of An Evening of Wine & Roses gala benefiting the 
Tulsa Garden Center and showcasing the renovation of Tier 1 of the Tulsa Rose Garden.

MIX 2015

Under the leadership of Co-Chairs Jillian and Will Ihloff, the event served a sellout crowd of 550 and raised $110,000+ to benefit Philbrook educational programming and Museum operations. Photography Evan Wei-Haas

Sushi Hana Japanese Fusion

Sushi Hana Japanese Fusion had a VIP party to celebrate the grand opening of its second location on Brookside at
 3739 S. Peoria Ave. Photography Chris Humphrey

The Million Mutt March & Woofstock

The day began with the Million Mutt March to raise funds to fight animal abuse and cruelty in Oklahoma and continued with Woofstock, one of the largest adoption events of the year. Thank you, supporters!