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Bridging the Divide

When Andy Kinslow, founder of KKT Architects, decided to venture down a new career path, doors opened for Sarah Gould. No stranger to leadership within the Tulsa-based, full-service architecture firm, Gould took on the role of president and CEO in July 2020. The firm, opened in 1989, has been steadily progressing for decades, and Gould is thrilled to be at...

A Variety of Options

In conjunction with the Tulsa Race Massacre Centennial Commission’s commemoration events, Tulsa Opera presents Greenwood Overcomes on May 1-2 at the Tulsa PAC. Celebrated Black composers and opera stars take the stage to honor the resilience of Black Tulsans and Black Americans around the country. Signature Symphony continues its virtual offerings with Chamber Music Concert #9 on May 7....

Ray Hoyt

As the president of Tulsa Regional Tourism, Ray Hoyt spends his work days creating long-term strategies for tourism development, sales and programming for VisitTulsa; the Tulsa Sports Commission; and the Tulsa Office of Film, Music, Arts and Culture within the regional chamber. His tenure began in 2010, and for the last decade, he’s worked to promote and sell Tulsa...

Marcia Bruno-Todd

Healthy disrupter. Boricua. Community-oriented. These are the three descriptors that best encapsulate Marcia Bruno-Todd, the director of programs and community impact at Leadership Tulsa.  Born in Caguas, Puerto Rico, Bruno-Todd moved to Lawton in her pre-school years. After graduating from Oklahoma State University and receiving her Master of Public Administration from Arkansas State University, Bruno-Todd worked in a variety of...

Sweet Serendipity

An amalgam of events aligned to create the bustling Vintage Wine Bar in downtown Tulsa.  A brilliant high school physics teacher, Colin Sato, put his career on hold to become a chef. He walked into one of the city’s top restaurants unannounced and started work as a line cook the next morning.  A young bartender, Matt Sanders, decided to stock a...

Wendell Franklin

After 23 years as a Tulsa police officer, detective and supervisor, Wendell Franklin became the department’s chief in February. The first African-American to hold that position in the city’s history, he is a born-and-raised Tulsan who is optimistic about positive change. We caught up with Franklin and got his thoughts on … … his background. I bring a historical perspective to...

Homes, Gardens, Pups and St. Patrick

Everything you need for sprucing up your house and yard can be found at the Tulsa Home and Garden Show on March 12-15 at Expo Square. Stick around Expo Square for the canine athleticism featured at the Tulsa Dog Training Club Agility Trials from March 13 to 15. You don’t want to miss the first welcome of spring at Tulsa...

Trolls, Dinosaurs and Hoops High Jinks

Immerse yourself in the world of singing, dancing, rainbows, glitter and hugs at Oklahoma City’s Cox Convention Center when Trolls Live runs March 6-8. Kids of all ages can enjoy the hoops fun of the famous Harlem Globetrotters, who visit OKC’s Chesapeake Arena on March 14 and Tulsa’s BOK Center on March 15. The ultimate in monster truck racing...

Installation Overload

Artist Frank Buffalo Hyde is featured at Gilcrease Museum’s exhibition I-Witness Culture, running through May 10, with a focus on Native Americans’ use of social media and the representation of today’s Native peoples. With a March 15 debut, Tulsa Treasures: Private Collections in Public is an exhibition at Philbrook Museum of 18th-century French objects, regional art, furniture and more....

From Rodeos to Wrestling

Tulsa Oilers home hockey matches are scheduled for March 3, 14, 20, 22 and 24 at the BOK Center, which also hosts the alpha male drama of the Big 12 Conference wrestling championships March 7-8. Visit Tulsa’s Expo Square for two equine events: the Route 66 Morgan Classic on March 18-21 and the Green Country Spring Fling, showcasing Arabian horses,...