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Food Truck Wednesday

Every Wednesday from mid-March through October there is a phenomenon that happens in downtown Tulsa called “Food Truck Wednesday.”  Food Truck Wednesday takes place in the heart of Tulsa’s Brady Arts District in the square block between Brady & Cameron and Boston Avenue & MLK Blvd, now most commonly known as Guthrie Green from 11:30am-1:30pm.   296 more words

Local Events

Companies Urged to Make Blue-Collar Tulsa Jobs a Thriving Gold Mine

“This is what the Tulsa Regional Chamber of Commerce, in coordination with various consulting agencies, found out in its workforce analysis report. Tulsa’s job market growth (4.2 percent) is slightly below both federal (4.6 percent) and state (4.7 percent) market growth. 75 more words

Man found dead outside north Tulsa home

TULSA, Oklahoma (AP) – Police in Tulsa are investigating the death of a man whose body was found outside a house on the city’s north side. 88 more words

National / World

LIFE: Tulsa Truly is Center of the Universe

If you’re in Tulsa and you work downtown, you’ll realize something very cool is going down. I have the great vantage point from my Corp. America office (lucky me) to peer down at one of Tulsa’s best and most intriguing landmarks — the Center of the Universe. 160 more words


Shaun Clouston added to Canada's coaching staff for U18 Ivan Hlinka tournament

CALGARY — Shaun Clouston has been added as an assistant coach of Canada’s under-18 men’s hockey team that will participate in the upcoming 2014 Ivan Hlinka Memorial Cup. 165 more words


Car Sickness In Pets

Does your dog throw up in the car when you go for rides? He may be experiencing typical motion sickness, just like some people do. Motion sickness usually begins very shortly after starting the car ride. 227 more words


Wilbekin Finds Comfort With Manning At Wake Forest

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) — Mitchell Wilbekin always has been Danny Manning’s kind of point guard.

So when Manning left Tulsa for Wake Forest, it was only natural that Wilbekin would follow. 540 more words