Booksmart Tulsa and TU’s English/Creative Writing program collaboratively hosted Tom Perrotta, author of “The Leftovers” and, recently, “Mrs. Fletcher.”
Iconic punk band Blink-182 still just as exciting even without Tom DeLonge on vocals.
Ice cream in Tulsa became more Insta-worthy with the addition of a rolled ice cream shop, Freezing Cow.
The play about a transgender woman surviving the Nazi and Soviet regimes in Berlin is complex but surprisingly arresting.
This year’s rendition of “Creations in Studio K” had all-female choreographers who each gave programs that told their own stories.
“Columbus” subverts the stereotypes found in small films about small places, providing a genuinely enjoyable experience.
Theatre Pops’s presentation of the play was wonderfully performed, but the play itself fell short in areas.
The stories at Ok, So’s True Story Slam ranged from the mundane to the hilarious.
“World War I: 1917, The Yanks are Coming,” the newest appearance from McFarlin’s Special Collections, provides an intriguiging, historial experience.
The best movie based off a Stephen King novel that we’ve had in a while, “It” carries more charm than scares.