Put a Book in Your Hand and a Smile on Your Face

August brings a rush of excitement as children, teens and adults gear up for the season of going back to school. This may be the year that your student has a special teacher that will make a positive impact changing the way they see the world, view learning or decide on a career path. It could also be the year…

A Weekend Fit for a King

The Center Polo Classic, a unique fundraising event for The Center for Individuals with Physical Challenges, was held June 24th & 25th. The Center for Individuals with Physical Challenges has been serving individuals with physical disabilities for 59 years in Tulsa.

Chefs Club hosted by the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma was held June 1

Chefs Club was led by Food Bank Executive Chef, Jeff Marlow. Chefs Barry Jarvis, Devin Levine, Jonathan Moosmiller and Trevor Tack, volunteered their time to fashion innovative food and wine pairings for a beautiful patron gathering.

Around Town

Tulsa Sunrise Rotary Club is hosting its Fifth Annual Maine Lobster Fest & Charity Auction on August 27th to raise funds to increase awareness of Autism and provide Assistance Dogs for children and adults afflicted with this debilitating disease. Proceeds go to Autism Center of Tulsa and Glad Wags Service Dogs. Families affected by autism need guidance to access resources…

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…

Apothēke

Caleb Meacham is always in motion. The marathon runner and innate go-getter was an All-State football player at Sapulpa High School, bought his first pharmacy nine months after he graduated from OU-Tulsa, and now at age 32, is opening his second location on Cherry Street.

Kitchen Remodeling

The pressures of kitchen remodeling can be overwhelming combined with the fact that it is one of the most challenging and expensive renovation projects a homeowner can tackle. But with good planning and partnering with an experienced designer and craftsmen can take away the worry and fears to come up with a kitchen that is both functional and aesthetically pleasing.

Booksmart Tulsa:

In the last seven years, Tulsa has become a book lover’s paradise due in large part to Jeff Martin, founder of Booksmart Tulsa. It began in 2009 when Jeff created a “BookPub” in Tulsa in order to make his cultural life, and that of the surrounding community, more complete. He held the book club’s first meeting at McNellie’s Public House…

Celebrating 20 years of Western Days

This year, Saint Simeon’s Senior Community celebrates 20 years of a fundraiser that has become a tradition for many Tulsa families: Western Days. Over the past two decades, this Western-themed event has raised funds for several special projects, such as memory center renovations and a new physical therapy room, and has supported the operations of Saint Simeon’s, including helping to…

Play Hard

Whether it’s a night out with friends, child’s birthday party, or corporate event, Andy B’s has you covered. With 32 lanes of traditional bowling, 16 VIB (Very Important Bowler) private bowling lanes, a Banquet Hall that can seat 160 guests, Laser Tag, a 4,000 sq foot arcade with the latest and greatest video games with a full redemption center including…

Spend the Summer Reading

I remember spending the summers at my grandparents' cabin on the lake in Maine. I would choose a classic novel from their bookcase with the goal of finishing it before the week was out. Cuddling up with a book like Moby Dick made my imagination go wild wondering if there were any white whales in our lake. The cabin didn't…