Founded in 1973, Street School is a non-profit alternative high school that is a national model for helping at-risk youth. “We are proud to support educational programs" said OneGas community relations manager, Chris Phillips. “Education affects every aspect of our community."
On October 16th, over 600 people enjoyed the beautiful weather and multiple children's activities at the annual block party. KXOJ DJ's entertained the children, Curbside Comfort food truck provided an array of food, and bouncy slides, fun houses, face painting and much, much more made for a fun event.
The Food Bank’s third annual Giving Spirits was held on October 15, 2016, turning whiskey into food. Guests enjoyed music, great food, riveting seminars and a wide assortment of fine spirits from distillers from around the globe, all in the historic Cain’s Ballroom.
It’s been a wonderful year. First I want to tell you what I’m thankful for. Then I’ll ask for some big presents to come our way on Christmas morning. I’m thankful for friends and family who keep a smile on my face every day. I’m happy to have celebrated their achievements this year including two graduations, three new jobs and…
On September 17, 2016, Holland Hall welcomed over 1,000 spectators and 995 finishers to the 31st Annual Holland Hall Cross Country Invitational, the largest on-campus cross country race in the region. Thank you to the volunteers and athletes for a tremendous event! HollandHall.org
In a time when first responders are put in danger daily by an ever growing violent world, Matthews Ford leads the way in community involvement by continuing their seven years of partnership into 2017 with Broken Arrow's talented Police Chief Boggs assisted by Lisa Ford.
What’s the latest in fashion eyewear? Retro styles with thicker and oversized frames are the buzz. There is also a resurgence of cat eye frames. You can see them adorning models in fashion shows around the world. In Tulsa, you can find the latest prescription and sunglass styles at the newly opened Eye Candy Eyewear in The Vineyard at 108th…
Imagine you have to run a race. But there are a few other things you have to know before you hear the shotgun start. This race is for endurance, not speed. There lies no track so you don't know the way. No one to tell you where to go....plus there are unidentified land mines you have to run around. Now,…
With Christmas and New Year parties on the horizon, excite your friends and family by serving unique cocktails ranging from refreshing to soul warming designed by the bartenders at Hodges Bend in Tulsa’s East Village.
Since 1905, Citizens Bank of Oklahoma has served as a dependable resource for residents of Osage County and those in the Tulsa area. That tradition isn’t changing. What’s new is the name -- starting this month, Citizens Bank of Oklahoma will now be known as Blue Sky Bank.
Bixby couple Bobby Zigmont and Sharon Phillips Zigmont were always destined for each other. But it took 16 years to get there. obby, a Bixby police officer, and Sharon, a FOX23 news reporter, met in their teens. She was a senior at Jenks High School and he was the older college guy...who was dating her best friend.
Often referred to as the Festival of Lights, Hanukkah is an eight day celebration that begins on the 25th day of the Jewish month of Kislev (a date that falls anywhere from late November to late December on the Gregorian calendar). This year, Hanukkah begins at sundown on December 24th and lasts until January 1st.
The wine culture in this country has been growing by leaps and bounds. It’s no longer something that we savor only on special occasions. We explore it, find it, consume it and we share it everyday. With the holidays fast approaching, everyone will soon begin to consider what gifts they want for family and friends.
The City of Tulsa’s flag recently made waves for being one of the worst designed flags in the United States. However, there’s hope thanks to a group of committed Tulsans, taking on the challenge to revamp the flag.