Thursday, February 11, 2010

What to Do in Tulsa This Weekend, Valentine's Day Edition

Valentine's Day Cookies at Coffeehouse on Cherry Street

A heard every Friday morning on the KRMG Morning News with Joe Kelley, here's what to do in Tulsa this weekend. If you'd like to view this weekend's events through Valentine's Day-colored glasses only, click here for the complete list of ways to get lovey-dovey in Tulsa this weekend. And don't forget to make reservations for dinner.

Friday, Feb. 12


Tasha's Pick: South Central Golf & Travel Expo (Orange Headings = Sports Events) 
When: Friday, 11am-9pm; Saturday, 9am-6pm
Where: Expo Square, Central Park Hall, 4503 E. 21st Street
If you want a golf expo, Tulsa, the folks at South Central Golf will give you the mother of them. Don't miss corporate night on Friday, where there will be live music, drink specials and the chance to meet golf professionals from all over. Don't forget to enter the putting, the long-drive and the closest-to-the-pin contests. Tickets are $8, and anyone aged 17 or younger gets in free.

Tim McGraw Tickets On Sale (Blue Headings = Music Events)
When: 10am
Don't bother to heed Tim's advice this time - do take the girl to this April 8 concert. Tickets are $35.50, $49.75 and $69.75. Lady Antebellum and The Lost Trailers will also perform. If you want some of these tickets you'd better be on the BOK Center Web site at 10am sharp - my bet is that they'll go quickly.

Symphony By The Sea (Green Events = Stuff for Kids To Do)
When: 10am-noon
Where: Oklahoma Aquarium, 300 Aquarium Drive
Good news for those who love the sea as much as music: The Aquarium and Tulsa Symphony Orchestra have teamed to up present a blend of art and science education. Rotate between three stations, each featuring either woodwinds, brass or strings in the Coral Reef, Adaptation Gallery and Shark Adventure. Admission for adults with tax is $15.14, $10.80 for kids.

Women's Living Expo (Red Headings = Community Events) 
When: Friday, 10am-6pm; Saturday, 10am-6pm; Sunday, 11am-5pm
Where: Expo Square QuikTrip Center, Upper Level
What do women want? Food, fashion and fun, of course, and they can get it all weekend long at Expo Square. P.S. - I hear there's going to be a Firefighter Fashion Show on Saturday at 1pm - ladies, I wouldn't miss that if I were y'all. Admission is $3 at the door, or $2 with advance tickets from Reasor's.

Talent on Parade
When: Friday, 10am-9pm; Saturday, 7am-10pm; Sunday, 7am-8pm
Where: Tulsa Convention Center, 100 Civic Center
Grab the kids and catch this weekend-long event that's like a talent show on steroids.

Tulsa Indian Art Festival
When: Friday, 10am-4pm; Saturday, 10am-5pm; Sunday, 10am-5pm
Where: SpiritBank Event Center, 10441 S. Regal Boulevard
If you're looking for an art market, cultural demonstrations, educational exhibits, storytelling, authentic American Indian food and student art exhibits, the SpiritBank Event Center is the place for you this weekend. Daily general admission is $8.


L&L Remodel and Landscape Show
When: Friday, 2-9pm; Saturday, 11am-9pm; Sunday, 11am-5:30pm
Where: Tulsa Convention Center, 100 Civic Center
The home-and-garden show season continues. This show brings homeowners and area remodeling and building experts. Tickets are $5 for adults. Kids under 18 get in free.

Tulsa Original Music Showcase
When: Friday, doors at 6:30pm, Show at 7:30pm
Where: Cain's Ballroom, 423 N. Main Street
Featuring one of my favorite local bands, Stars Go Dim, along with Radio Radio, Motown Blood and The Last Slice. Tickets are $10. 

The Televised Live
When: Doors at 7pm
Where: Flytrap Music Hall, 514 E. Second Street
Featuring Osocloso, Feel Never Real and Mercy Street. Tickets are $5 in advance, $8 at the door.

Buffalo Soldier
When: 7pm
Where: Tulsa PAC, 100 E. Second Street
Looking for something to do with the kids Friday night? Take 'em to see and hear the true story of our nation's longest-surviving Buffalo Soldier and veteran of the Spanish-American war and of the soldiers of the 9th and 10th cavalries. Tickets are $8.

TU Women's Basketball
When: 7pm
Where: Reynolds Center, 3208 E. Eighth Street
Watch the lady Hurricanes take on Houston.

CancerSucks.com Night with Tulsa Oilers
When: 7:35pm
Where: BOK Center, 200 N. Denver Ave.
Buy tickets through this link and get $3 off. For every ticket purchased to this showdown between the Oilers and the Mississippi Riverkings, $2 goes back to Cancer Sucks. CS will also be auctioning tickets to a Dallas Mavericks game, as well as a weekend stay at the Renaissance Hotel and a customized goalie stick, provided by Oilers goaltender Marty Magers himself. Tickets start at $10.

The Sleeping Beauty (Purple Headings = Arts and Theatre Events)
When: Friday, 8pm; Saturday, 8pm; Sunday, 3pm
Where: Tulsa PAC, 110 E. Second Street
Though I watched the Disney movie version of this classic fairy tale about 167,821 times as a child, something tells me the Tulsa Ballet rendition of one of the most technically challenging classical ballets is going to blow it out of the water. Marcello Angelini uses grand staging and gets and beautifully crafted costumes to breathe new life into the original, 1890 version of the ballet by Marius Petipa. The Tchaikovsky score is, I'm sure, not bad, either. Tickets are $20-70. Plus, if you think the time is right, you can propose on stage with the cast of The Sleeping Beauty. *swoon* Be still, my beating heart.

I Love You Because
When: Friday, 8pm; Saturday, 8pm; Sunday, 2pm
Where: Tulsa PAC, 110 E. Second Street
Like Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice, only less wordy. A foursome of 20-somethings are in search of love in the hustle and bustle of New York City. Warning: This one's not for the kids. Tickets are $25.

Signature Symphony: Big Band Music
When: Friday, 8pm; Saturday, 8pm
Where: TCC Van Trease PACE, 10300 E. 81st Street
Here it is, the music of Big Band's golden years, right here in Tulsa, Oklahoma. This concert will feature music from the likes of Basie, Ellington, the Dorsey Brothers, Benny Goodman and, certainly, more. It'll be a pleasure to be part of the first chair-bound, swing-dancing audience. Someone call Guinness. 

Love Letters
When: Friday, 8pm; Saturday, 2pm
Where: Green Country Event Center, 12000 E. 31st Street
'Round the Bend Players, Tulsa's first senior theater troupe, will present a staged reading of A.R. Gurney's Love Ltters. Tickets are $8.

Bus Stop
When: Friday, 8pm; Saturday, 8pm
Where: Broken Arrow Community Playhouse, 1800 S. Main in Broken Arrow
Remember the old Marilyn Monroe flick, Bus Stop? Yeah. It's like that. It is, by the way, one of my most favorite plays ever. Tickets are $13 for adults, $10 for seniors, $9 for students and $6 for kids 12 and under.

The Zuits!
When: 9pm
Where: Joe Momma's downtown, 112 S. Elgin Ave.
Looking to kill two birds with one stone? I got you: Get the best pizza in town while listening to one of the hardest swinging bands in town at the same time.


Saturday, Feb. 13

Sleeping Beauty

Tasha's Pick: The Sleeping Beauty
When: Friday, 8pm; Saturday, 8pm; Sunday, 3pm
Where: Tulsa PAC, 110 E. Second Street
Though I watched the Disney movie version of this classic fairy tale about 167,821 times as a child, something tells me the Tulsa Ballet rendition of one of the most technically challenging classical ballets is going to blow it out of the water. Marcello Angelini uses grand staging and gets and beautifully crafted costumes to breathe new life into the original, 1890 version of the ballet by Marius Petipa. The Tchaikovsky score is, I'm sure, not bad, either. Tickets are $20-70. Plus, if you think the time is right, you can propose on stage with the cast of The Sleeping Beauty. *swoon* Be still, my beating heart.

Talent on Parade
When: Friday, 10am-9pm; Saturday, 7am-10pm; Sunday, 7am-8pm
Where: Tulsa Convention Center, 100 Civic Center
Grab the kids and catch this weekend-long event that's like a talent show on steroids.

Valentine's 5-Mile Poker Run/Walk
When: 8am
Where: Veterans Park, 21st and Boulder
Entrants start this non-times event with one poker card. Run or walk one mile to get another; go two to get the third, and so on and so forth until all seven cards are in hand. At the end of the race, a volunteer will help runners/walkers sort their cards into their best five-card hand. The best hand gets first pick off the prize table full of running gear and gift certificates. Cost is just $5. Register by visiting RunnersWorld Tulsa.

Sweetheart Run
When: Saturday, 8:15am (5K), 9:15am (10K)
Where: Mohawk Park, on 36th Street North
So in love that you could run a 10K? Maybe you've been dating awhile and you've learned she doesn't put the cap back on her toothpaste - okay, so you're at least excited enough to run a 5K. Either way, be sure to register for this lovers' race at Fleet Feet at 61st and Yale. The cost starts at $20.

South Central Golf & Travel Expo
When: Friday, 11am-9pm; Saturday, 9am-6pm
Where: Expo Square, Central Park Hall, 4503 E. 21st Street
If you want a golf expo, Tulsa, the folks at South Central Golf will give you the mother of them. Don't miss corporate night on Friday, where there will be live music, drink specials and the chance to meet golf professionals from all over. Don't forget to enter the putting, the long-drive and the closest-to-the-pin contests. Tickets are $8, and anyone aged 17 or younger gets in free.

Fundraiser for Josh Forrest
When: 10am
Where: Wagoner Fire Department, 807 W. Cherokee
Get a real, down-home barbeque sandwich and help out an emergency medical services worker at the same time. Josh Forrest was on his way in to work at Integrity EMS when his car slid on a patch of ice and slammed into a tractor-trailer rig. Forrest was pinned in the wreckage for over an hour, and he remains in the ICU Muskogee Regional Medical Center. Make a donation at the door of the fundraiser event in Josh's name. If you can't make it to the event, stop by your nearest Wagoner First Bank & Trust Co. and slip a donation into an account for Josh's family that's set up there. 

Women's Living Expo 
When: Friday, 10am-6pm; Saturday, 10am-6pm; Sunday, 11am-5pm
Where: Expo Square QuikTrip Center, Upper Level
What do women want? Food, fashion and fun, of course, and they can get it all weekend long at Expo Square. P.S. - I hear there's going to be a Firefighter Fashion Show on Saturday at 1pm - ladies, I wouldn't miss that if I were y'all. Admission is $3 at the door, or $2 with advance tickets from Reasor's. 

Tulsa Indian Art Festival
When: Friday, 10am-4pm; Saturday, 10am-5pm; Sunday, 10am-5pm
Where: SpiritBank Event Center, 10441 S. Regal Boulevard
If you're looking for an art market, cultural demonstrations, educational exhibits, storytelling, authentic American Indian food and student art exhibits, the SpiritBank Event Center is the place for you this weekend. Daily general admission is $8. 

Free Family Day @ Philbrook
When: 10:30am-4pm
Where: Philbrook Museum, 2727 S. Rockford Ave.
After a Valentine's Day weekend breakfast, take your significant other - and hey, why not bring the family, too? - to Philbrook Museum for Free Family Day. Enjoy art, spend time together, get your hands dirty with some hands-on art projects, tour the museum and even embark on a scavenger hunt. Go for romantic or go for family-friendly - either way, it's at Philbrook this Saturday. 

L&L Remodel and Landscape Show
When: Friday, 2-9pm; Saturday, 11am-9pm; Sunday, 11am-5:30pm
Where: Tulsa Convention Center, 100 Civic Center
The home-and-garden show season continues. This show brings homeowners and area remodeling and building experts. Tickets are $5 for adults. Kids under 18 get in free.

OU/OSU Men's Basketball
When: 1pm
Where: Gallagher-Iba Arena, Stillwater
It's Bedlam, baby. The party gets started in Stilly at 1 o'clock sharp. 

Down with Love! Anti-Valentine Fest
When: Saturday, 2pm
Where: Zarrow Regional Library, 2224 W. 51st Street
Forget V-Day and make anti-valentines, design a zombie teddy bear and/or a voodoo doll of your ex. Enjoy the chocolate fountain and proudly proclaim that love stinks. Ages 12-18.

OU Women's Basketball
When: 2pm
Where: Norman
Watch the lady Sooners take on Colorado.

ORU Women's Basketball
When: 2:05pm
Where: Mabee Center, 7777 S. Lewis Ave.
Watch the lady Golden Eagles take on IUPUI.

Daddy Daughter Dance
When: 5:30pm; 7:30pm
Where: Main Place, 1800 S. Main Street in Broken Arrow
Little girls grow up fast, dads. Don't miss this chance to dance with her while she can still stand on your shoes. Look for music from DJ Connection, refreshments, a photographer to take photos of dads and their special little ladies and, of course, dancing. For dads and girls aged 4-14. Dress is formal or casual, whatever you decide. Cost is $5; tickets must be purchased in advance. Call (918) 259-6550.

TU Men's Basketball
When: 6pm
Where: Reynolds Center, 3208 E. Eighth Street
Watch the Hurricanes take on Memphis.

OSU Women's Basketball
When: 6pm
Where: Gallagher-Iba Arena, Stillwater
Watch the Cowgirls take on Texas Tech. 

I Love You, My Darling, Now Die!
When: 6:30pm
Where: Whispering Vines Winery, 7475 W. 51st Street in Tulsa
Dr. Bill McGrew is a foremost authority on love. He'll take your question on the mysteries of love and romance, sure, but could it be possible that someone has murder on his mind? A three-course meal catered by Amici's (you know, that new Italian restaurant in Sand Springs everyone is raving about) are only part of the deal. Make your reservations now, right now - this show sells out every year. Tickets are $64.95 per person. Dress code is After 5. 

Wild at Heart
When: 7pm
Where: Tulsa Zoo & Living Museum, 6421 E. 36th Street North
Treat your honey bunny to a Valentine's experience they will never forget at Tulsa Zoo's Wild at Heart event. It's an evening of fine cuisine, cocktails, jazz music from Earl Clark and the Spectrum and, of course, dancing. Don't miss a talk from the Zoo's resident Love Guru on the finer points of love and lust in the animal kingdom (if reading that doesn't light up your libido, lord knows what will). Make your reservation soon, very soon, by calling (918) 669-6634. Cost is $75 per person.

Brenda Johnson & The Jazz Rhapsody Trio
When: 7pm
Where: Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame, 111 E. First Street
With special guest Tavis Miner. Don't miss out on the cash bar, desserts, champagne and, yes, even roses. Cost is $20 in advance, or $25 at the door.

Sweet Dreams: A Patsy Cline Tribute
When: Saturday, 7pm; Sunday, 2pm
Where: Robson Performing Arts Center, 101 E. Stuart Roosa in Claremore
Tickets start at $25.

ORU Men's Basketball
When: 7:05pm
Where: Mabee Center, 7777 S. Lewis Ave.
Watch the Golden Eagles take on IUPUI. 

Pink in the Rink, Part II
When: 7:35pm
Where: BOK Center, 200 N. Denver Ave.
Join the Tulsa Oilers and Komen Tulsa in the fight against breast cancer. The Oilers will be donning their fabulous pink jerseys during the game, which will be auctioned after the game. Plus, Oilers goalie Marty Magers is donating a customized pink ribbon goalie stick to the auction, and he plans to start the bidding himself. To get $3 off your ticket, purchase through this link. For every ticket purchased, $2 goes to Komen Tulsa.


I Love You Because
When: Friday, 8pm; Saturday, 8pm; Sunday, 2pm
Where: Tulsa PAC, 110 E. Second Street
Like Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice, only less wordy. A foursome of 20-somethings are in search of love in the hustle and bustle of New York City. Warning: This one's not for the kids. Tickets are $25.

Signature Symphony: Big Band Music
When: Friday, 8pm; Saturday, 8pm
Where: TCC Van Trease PACE, 10300 E. 81st Street
Here it is, the music of Big Band's golden years, right here in Tulsa, Oklahoma. This concert will feature music from the likes of Basie, Ellington, the Dorsey Brothers, Benny Goodman and, certainly, more. It'll be a pleasure to be part of the first chair-bound, swing-dancing audience. Someone call Guinness. 

Bus Stop
When: Friday, 8pm; Saturday, 8pm
Where: Broken Arrow Community Playhouse, 1800 S. Main in Broken Arrow
Remember the old Marilyn Monroe flick, Bus Stop? Yeah. It's like that. It is, by the way, one of my most favorite plays ever. Tickets are $13 for adults, $10 for seniors, $9 for students and $6 for kids 12 and under.

Love and Lust
When: 8pm
Where: Living ArtSpace, 307 E. Brady
Is it the lust for love or the way we love to lust that drives us? Wait - what? Either way, head to Living ArtSpace to explore this theme with an eclectic mix of poets from Tulsa and Wichita. It's sure to be a night of singing, dancing and smoking-hot poetry. Cost is $7, or $5 for members.

Pre-Valentine's Day Rocky Horror Night
When: 9pm
Where: Cosmo Cafe, 3334 S. Peoria Ave.
Don your underwear, tuxedo, gold sequined jacket, biker gear (and/)or garters - or, just come as you are - and head to Brookside for this decidedly off-beat V-Day celebration. The movie will be showing on the big screen at Cosmo but, please, leave the airborne props at home. Otherwise, let 'er ride and have a great time.


Sunday, Feb. 14 (Happy Valentine's Day!)

Skate Date 2009

Tasha's Pick: Skate Date
When: Sunday, 10am-10pm
Where: BOK Center, 200 N. Denver Ave. 
Don't miss one of my personal favorite Tulsa events. Ice skate hand-in-hand on the BOK Center's 17,000-square-foot indoor ice rink, snack on heart-shaped concessions to your hearts' content, watch skating demonstrations and maybe even win a prize or two. There's even face painting for the kids. Admission to the building is free and skate rental is $10 for adults and $5 for kids under age three and for those who bring their own skates. When you've skated until you can skate no more, hop a horse-drawn carriage ride through the streets of downtown Tulsa. A couple rides for $20 and a family of four rides for $25.

Super Shark Sundays
When: 10am-6pm
Where: Oklahoma Aquarium, 300 Aquarium Drive in Jenks
Hey, kids - here's your opportunity to test your shark smarts and to score shark teeth souvineers and other prizes, including a family membership. Be sure to say hi to the Shark Man while you're there. Admission is $13.95 for adults, $9.95 for kids 3-12 and free for kids 2 and under.

Talent on Parade
When: Friday, 10am-9pm; Saturday, 7am-10pm; Sunday, 7am-8pm
Where: Tulsa Convention Center, 100 Civic Center
Grab the kids and catch this weekend-long event that's like a talent show on steroids. 

Tulsa Indian Art Festival
When: Friday, 10am-4pm; Saturday, 10am-5pm; Sunday, 10am-5pm
Where: SpiritBank Event Center, 10441 S. Regal Boulevard
If you're looking for an art market, cultural demonstrations, educational exhibits, storytelling, authentic American Indian food and student art exhibits, the SpiritBank Event Center is the place for you this weekend. Daily general admission is $8. 

Women's Living Expo 
When: Friday, 10am-6pm; Saturday, 10am-6pm; Sunday, 11am-5pm
Where: Expo Square QuikTrip Center, Upper Level
What do women want? Food, fashion and fun, of course, and they can get it all weekend long at Expo Square. P.S. - I hear there's going to be a Firefighter Fashion Show on Saturday at 1pm - ladies, I wouldn't miss that if I were y'all. Admission is $3 at the door, or $2 with advance tickets from Reasor's.

L&L Remodel and Landscape Show
When: Friday, 2-9pm; Saturday, 11am-9pm; Sunday, 11am-5:30pm
Where: Tulsa Convention Center, 100 Civic Center
The home-and-garden show season continues. This show brings homeowners and area remodeling and building experts. Tickets are $5 for adults. Kids under 18 get in free.

Disney Live! Rockin' Road Show
When: 1pm and 4pm
Where: Expo Square Pavilion, 1701 S. Louisville
If the fairy tale happening at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center isn't enough for one weekend for you, grab the kids and keep reading. Mickey Mouse and his pals set the stage for fun as they bring down the house with this show featuring classic Disney characters in a brand-new adventure. Kids will sing along to hot songs and laugh out loud with Mickey, Minnie, Goofy, Donald, Buzz Lightyear, Cinderella, Tigger and more. 

I Love You Because
When: Friday, 8pm; Saturday, 8pm; Sunday, 2pm
Where: Tulsa PAC, 110 E. Second Street
Like Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice, only less wordy. A foursome of 20-somethings are in search of love in the hustle and bustle of New York City. Warning: This one's not for the kids. Tickets are $25.

Sweet Dreams: A Patsy Cline Tribute
When: Saturday, 7pm; Sunday, 2pm
Where: Robson Performing Arts Center, 101 E. Stuart Roosa in Claremore
Tickets start at $25.

TU Women's Basketball
When: 2pm
Where: Reynolds Center, 3208 E. Eighth Street
Watch the lady Hurricanes take on Rice.

The Sleeping Beauty
When: Friday, 8pm; Saturday, 8pm; Sunday, 3pm
Where: Tulsa PAC, 110 E. Second Street
Though I watched the Disney movie version of this classic fairy tale about 167,821 times as a child, something tells me the Tulsa Ballet rendition of one of the most technically challenging classical ballets is going to blow it out of the water. Marcello Angelini uses grand staging and gets and beautifully crafted costumes to breathe new life into the original, 1890 version of the ballet by Marius Petipa. The Tchaikovsky score is, I'm sure, not bad, either. Tickets are $20-70. Plus, if you think the time is right, you can propose on stage with the cast of The Sleeping Beauty. *swoon* Be still, my beating heart.

Disney Live! Rockin' Road Show
When: 1pm and 4pm
Where: Expo Square Pavilion, 1701 S. Louisville
If the fairy tale happening at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center isn't enough for one weekend for you, grab the kids and keep reading. Mickey Mouse and his pals set the stage for fun as they bring down the house with this show featuring classic Disney characters in a brand-new adventure. Kids will sing along to hot songs and laugh out loud with Mickey, Minnie, Goofy, Donald, Buzz Lightyear, Cinderella, Tigger and more. 

Choral Evensong
When: 5pm
Where: St. Dunstan's Episcopal Church, 5635 E. 71st Street
This Valentine's Day can be about more than just drug store teddy bears and mass-market candy. Get your fill of beautiful music from the best church choir in town and then chow down on gourmet food and wine after. Did I mention that it's free? Because it is.

The Jeff Shadley Band
When: 5pm
Where: Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame, 111 E. First Street
Featuring Olivia Duhon. Admission prices start at $15. 

V-Day Drop-Off at Bounce U
When: 5-9pm
Where: Bounce U Tulsa, 8922 S. Memorial Drive, 
What set of parents couldn't use a little alone time this V-Day? Bring 'em by Bounce U and have 'em nice and worn out by 9pm. Cost is $20 per child, or $15 for siblings. 

Valentine's Day Cabaret
When: 6pm
Where: Harwelden Mansion, 2210 S. Main Street
It's time for Light Opera Oklahoma's annual Valentine's Cabaret, a night of delicious food, wine and, of course, cabaret. Enjoy LOOK regular Andrea Leap, with Eric Gibson at the piano. Cost is $75 per person ($55 for the concert only), or $150 per couple. E-mail LOOK or call (918) 583-4267 to reserve your spot.

Valentine's Dance with the Round-Up Boys
When: Doors at 6pm, Show at 7pm
Where: Cain's Ballroom, 423 N. Main Street
Scoot your boots this Valentine's Day to the sounds of the purveyors of western swing. Tickets are $8. 

David Phelps Valentine's Concert
When: 7pm
Where: Broken Arrow PAC, 701 S. Main Street in Broken Arrow
He's been called "The Voice." He's wowed audiences around the globe. He has performed for presidents and dignitaries. I'm talking about David Phelps, and he'll be in Broken Arrow this V-Day to help you romance the night away. Tickets start at $25. 

Chippendales
When: 7pm
Where: Osage Event Center, 951 W. 36th Street North
Hubba hubba - the Chippendales are in Tulsa, and they're bringing the perfect solution to any Valentine's Day romance rut with them. Tickets are $20.

An Evening with Kris Kristofferson
When: 7:30pm
Where: Mabee Center, 7777 S. Lewis Ave.
Widely regarded as the greatest country songwriter since Hank Williams, Kristofferson's catalogue has been covered by over 500 artists, including Waylon Jennings, Janis Joplin, Bob Dylan, Willie Nelson, The Rolling Stones and Eric Clapton. He'll be right here in Tulsa on V-Day to serenade you all the way to Monday morning. Tickets start at $25. 


Movies


Valentine's Day
When: Opens Friday
From Yahoo! Movies: Julia Roberts leads an all-star cast, which includes Taylor Swift, Jessica Alba, Jamie Foxx, Patrick Dempsey, Jessica Biel and on and on and on as such, the likes to in a romantic comedy about ten people in Los Angeles whose lives intersect on Valentine's Day. Mushy stuff. Rated PG-13.

The Wolfman
When: Opens Friday
From Yahoo! Movies: Benicio Del Toro stars in the terrifying tale of an ancient, evil curse that turns the afflicted into werewolves when the moon is full. Now that's my kind of Valentine's Day flick. Rated R.

Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightning Thief
When: Opens Friday
From Yahoo! Movies: The Greek god Poseidon's half-human son embarks on a fantastical quest to unravel a mystery more powerful than the gods themselves. 

Creation
When: Opens Friday
Where: Circle Cinema, 12 S. Lewis Ave. 
Starring Hollywood couple Paul Bettany and Jennifer Connelly.


So. What are YOU doing this weekend? 

2 comments:

Baloney said...

I'm checking out the Okie Blogs. Congrats on your nomination!

Buffalo Soldier 9 said...

Keep telling that history:

Read the novel, Rescue at Pine Ridge, "RaPR", a great story of black military history...the first generation of Buffalo Soldiers.

How do you keep a people down? ‘Never' let them 'know' their history.

The 7th Cavalry got their butts in a sling again after the Little Big Horn Massacre, fourteen years later, the day after the Wounded Knee Massacre. If it wasn't for the 9th Cavalry Buffalo Soldiers, there would of been a second massacre of the 7th Cavalry.

Read the novel, “Rescue at Pine Ridge”, 5 stars Amazon, Barnes & Noble and the youtube trailer commercial...and visit the website http://www.rescueatpineridge.com

I hope you’ll enjoy the novel. I wrote it from my mini-series movie of the same title, “RaPR” to keep my story alive. Hollywood has had a lot of strikes and doesn't like telling our stories...its been “his-story” of history all along…until now. The movie so far has attached, Bill Duke directing, Hill Harper, Glynn Turman and a host of other major actors in which we are in talks with…see imdb.com at; http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0925633/

When you get a chance, also please visit our Alpha Wolf Production website at; http://www.alphawolfprods.com and see our other productions, like Stagecoach Mary, the first Black Woman to deliver mail for Wells Fargo in Montana, in the 1890's, “spread the word”.

Peace.

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