Enjoy the Season of February

Food and Romance. If you were to ask a number of people what romance was, you would receive a number a various replies. We all have our perception and all of them are correct. Romance defined is a 'feeling of excitement and mystery associated with love' or 'a quality or feeling of mystery, excitement, and remoteness from everyday life.' It's…

Tulsa Foundation for Architecture Honors Herb Fritz & Benefits Proposed Tulsa Fire Museum

The Tulsa Foundation for Architecture held a holiday gathering at the Tulsa Fire Alarm Building celebrating the life and contributions of architect Herb Fritz. The evening included a silent auction benefitting the proposed Tulsa Fire Museum in that location. The 1931 Fire Alarm Building is a Tulsa Art Deco treasure.

Raising Hope

The 1st Annual Demand Project "Raising Hope" Black Tie Gala raised over $30,000 to support efforts to rescue and restore girls from sex trafficking in Oklahoma. Attendees enjoyed dinner, dancing and dessert from Ludgers Bavarian Cakery. A special thank you to Auctioneer Rick Miller and Robert Sexton with Banks Entertainment.

Around Town

Join Tulsa Project Theater supporters on February 4th at The Campbell Hotel's Renaissance Square to raise money to replace props and costumes lost in a November fire. The Theatre that just brought you a SOLD OUT run of The Rocky Horror Show invites you to enjoy a sumptuous hors d'oeuvres buffet provided by Maxxwells Restaurant, a complimentary glass of Napa…

Kingston Trio to Perform ‘A Tribute to Woody Guthrie’

The Kingston Trio, the American folk and pop music group that launched the folk revival of the late ‘50s, will present “A Tribute to Woody Guthrie” at the historic Will Rogers High School Auditorium, 3909 E. 5th Place, on Tuesday, Feb. 16, at 7 p.m., benefiting the students. Woodrow Wilson Guthrie, born in Okemah, Oklahoma, in 1912, was an American…

Captivating Curacao

I met Reggie late one night outside of Curacao’s only airport. The air was hot and humid and the competing sound of tree frogs was the only thing I could hear. I was approached by a man with a beaming smile and a blue shirt that read “CURACAO.” He charismatically introduced himself as “Reggie” and let myself and the others…

Planning The Perfect Valentine Dinner

Love it or hate it, Valentine's Day is at our doorsteps. This is the month of chocolates, flowers, gifts, lovers, and romance. If you’ve never gone through the experience of trying to plan the perfect Valentine’s date night, you may be in for quite a ride. This is the busiest night of the year for restaurants. A night when couples…

Plastic Surgery: Shaping Confidence And Self Esteem, Not Just Bodies

Maybe it’s that bikini you’re hoping to fill this year, or maybe you don’t want to be mistaken for your mom. Whatever your reason, if you’re looking to make a change in your appearance, Dr. Greg Ratliff and Dr. Brenda Schiesel at Plastic Surgery Center of Tulsa are exactly who you need to help you bring out that confident, self-assured…

The Campbell Hotel

Brimming with history, The Campbell Hotel is a locally owned business located on Route 66, just west of Columbia Avenue on 11th street. It was built in 1927 and was originally named The Casa Loma Hotel. The Campbell Hotel was recently added to the National Register of Historic Places after being painstakingly renovated by Aaron Meek and Barbara Casey. Meek…

Love Is In The Air

Who knew boarding a simple airplane 23 years ago in my blue sweat suit (think ‘80s wear) would change my entire life? Certainly not me, or I might have dressed a bit snappier and put on a smidge of makeup and perfume. But, I had reached that elusive place of peace in my quickly-nearing-explosion biological countdown when I figured if…