Monday, August 9, 2010

Bright, New Horizons

Have you seen it? The new If you haven't, I'd love if you'd come take a look.

If you like what you see, and if you've enjoyed so far, please take a minute and subscribe to the new feed.

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In case you're wondering, here's exactly how to do that.

First, open the new Scroll down just a tad, until you see this:

See that pretty orange icon? That's the link to the new feed. Click on it.

Here's a little bit of what you'll see:

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Click it. 

Ta-da! Now you're subscribed to the new Tasha Does Tulsa feed in Google Reader. This method works just as well if you use any of the services listed on this menu, or in the drop down menu on this same page (where is says (Choose Your Reader)). You can also join hundreds of other Tulsans by subscribing to via e-mail with this same menu (or, by clicking that there link). 

If you need more help making the switch to the new feed, or if you have problems signing up for the e-mail service, give me a shout.  

I look forward to seeing you all at the new site, and I'd love to hear from you about the changes that have been made. You can use my fancy schmancy new contact form, or you can e-mail me old-school style at

Amen. And yay!

Friday, July 30, 2010

What to Do in Tulsa This Weekend

Tulsa Skyline

Where else in the world can you get dozens of local bands playing in two huge downtown music festivals; a celebration featuring more than 80 different kinds of beer; a film festival that's gone big and come back home; and a gun show, a home and garden show, a horse show and a giant flea market, all of those last four happening within walking distance of each other?

No where else but Tulsa, Oklahoma. And that, my friends, is a wonderful thing.

Get the full details on what to do in Tulsa this weekend right here.

Thursday, July 29, 2010

Erin Sees Tulsa: Opportunity Doesn't Care About Your Camera

erin sees tulsa.

In the world we live in today, most people I know are rarely without a camera.

What to Do in Tulsa Tonight, Tasha's Pick

1950s Circle Cinema

Pizza, beer and a free movie - what could be better on a sweltering summer evening? Get it all with today's pick:

The Tulsa United Film Festival
When: 7pm
Where: Joe Momma's, 112 S. Elgin Ave.
There's nothing quite like a film festival in the dog days of summer, and United Film Festivals, which got its start in Tulsa, brings it to T-Town this weekend. Get four full days of indie films and shorts starting tonight with screenings of A Rock-afire Explosion (this screening is free!) and Biker Fox - get the full schedule and buy tickets and passes to the festival here.

Now that you know today's pick, be sure to check out what there is to do before and after on today's full itinerary.

And don't forget to check out the Cool Kid Activity of the Day here in Tulsa over on my blog at


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Wednesday, July 28, 2010

Tulsa United Film Festival 2010: A Rundown. Plus, Win Passes.

1950s Circle Cinema

Congrats to Kristen J, winner of the pair of TUFF mini-passes up for grabs here at TDT. Thanks to all for playing - see you at the festival!

The Tulsa United Film Festival, a weekend chock full of movies with indie and local flare, kicks off in Tulsa tomorrow night.

Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Loops, A Yarn Store: Babies, Babies, Everywhere

Loops, A Yarn Store

Part of being a 26-year-old female like me is that, from time to time, no fewer than three of your close friends will be pregnant at the same time.

Monday, July 26, 2010

Savoy's Famous Cinnamon Rolls, a Boy and the Fork That Was Too Slow

Cinnamon Rolls at Savoy Restaurant

See that up there? That, my friends, is half a pound of soft, buttery dough, perfectly sweet icing and enough cinnamon to last you until you can make it home for the holidays.

And it can only be found at Tulsa's Savoy Restaurant, just north of 61st and Sheridan in Tulsa.

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