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Donna Leahey

September 2019

Q&A: Tony Lewis

Coming to terms with the loss of his best friend and bandmate in The Outfield, Tony Lewis is again sharing “Your Love” with audiences after a 14-year stage hiatus.

September 2019

From Sea and Land

Whether you’re grabbing lunch, dinner, drinks, or brunch, this Jenks staple is the kind of place where every element serves a purpose.

August 2019

Q&A: Nickelback

Love them or hate them (and there are plenty on both sides), Nickelback is undoubtedly one of the most popular and profitable rock bands of the 21st century.

August 2019

Downtown Decadence

Unlike some diners where the aesthetic beauty and tradition come at the expense of food quality, Dilly Diner takes great pride in checking all the boxes.

August 2019

Beast from the East

With so much care put into providing quality, beautiful, artistic food, you will come away from your visit to Kirin feeling that a mystical, benevolent beast has blessed you.

August 2019

Soul-Coaxing Dishes of Delight

Crispy fried chicken, peach cobbler and collard greens are staples, but the heart of Southern cuisine is more diverse than ever at Wanda J’s Next Generation Restaurant.

July 2019

Q&A: Tony Danza

You may know Tony Danza best from his television years ("Taxi," "Who’s the Boss?") or his short pugilist career. But Danza is also a teacher, song-and-dance man, and storyteller.

July 2019

Fan Fare

With its authentic Oaxaca-style Mexican dishes, relaxed (yet upbeat) vibe and margaritas that rock, the color-splashed El Guapo's Cantina is worth a crosstown drive during rush hour.

July 2019

Beyond Burgers and Beer

With an aesthetic that straddles comfy pub and buzzy brasserie, The Tavern pays serious attention to its bar menu while satisfying cravings for seasonal plates and inventive casual eats alike.

July 2019

The Night Stuff

Miami Nights Cuban Restaurant takes the fresh ingredients of the Caribbean, some Jamaican influences, a dash of French, African, and Chinese tastes, and finishes it up with a dusting of island life.

June 2019

Q&A: Rodney Carrington

Heartland humorist Rodney Carrington continues to keep audiences cracking up to the Texas-born funnyman’s blunt and uncompromising comedy and country songs.

June 2019

Bavarian Rhapsody

The influence of German beer and food culture in Tulsa runs much deeper than Oktoberfest. And if you want to experience that heritage for yourself, it’s time to visit Fassler Hall.

June 2019

Independence Graze

In a town known for its steaks, Steak Stuffers USA is patriotically serving creative and modern updates to an East Coast favorite that’s been luring cheesesteak-lovers through its doors for years.

June 2019

Building Big Flavors

We’re on the threshold of a new culinary era thanks to restaurants like Rincon that nails the line between authentic Tex-Mex preparations and crowd-pleasing plates.

May 2019

Q&A: Darren Knight

In a few years, Darren Knight has gone from practically unemployed to one of the most followed comics on social media and anointed as the heir apparent to Jeff Foxworthy's redneck routines.

May 2019

Stepping Up to the Plate

Elgin Park is not your typical sports bar. It may be best known for its thoughtful riffs on New Haven-style pizza, but they also have killer fries, sandwiches, burgers, pretzels and craft beers.

May 2019

Cuts with Class

A meaty mecca in downtown Tulsa, PRHYME provides carnivores a cause for rejoicing with its impeccable aging and sourcing, sensitivity to acute flavors, and an incredible wine list.

May 2019

Feasts in a Flash

Whether your go-to is shrimp, salmon, steak, chicken, noodles or ramen, you'll love Saku Japan's unyielding commitment to great food, service, and attitude.

April 2019

Q&A: The Doobie Brothers

The Doobie Brothers have been delivering mind-blowing, roots-based, harmony-laden, guitar-driven rock ‘n’ roll for over four decades.

April 2019

Love at First Pint

McNellie’s wants you to feel at home when you’re there. Whether it’s the welcoming ambience, the great service, over 350 beers or the pub grub, McNellie’s strives to make you comfortable and relaxed.

April 2019

Wrestling with Greatness

From classic to cutting edge, Yokozuna delivers the triumphs of Japanese fusion cuisine through a lineup that spans nearly every preference.

March 2019

Q&A: Chris Young

A smooth, nimble baritone, Chris Young has become one of country's most reliable hitmakers (and a member of the Grand Ole Opry) since winning "Nashville Star" in 2006.

March 2019

Dishing it Out

With a single bite, comfort foods bring back warm memories of dishes from our childhoods. This transporting power is reflected at Caz’s Chowhouse, but with a modern twist.

March 2019

Sip, Sip, Hooray

Today’s generation demands more of its pub —less duct tape on bar stools, fewer sad drinkers, and a better selection of tasty food and beverages. Fat Daddy’s Pub and Grille has answered the call.

February 2019

Q&A: Styx

Styx has a history that looms so large, which is not surprising given the songwriting talent in the band, starting with guitar duo Tommy Shaw and James “J.Y.” Young.

February 2019

Q&A: Michael Bolton

Best known for his soft rock ballads, soulful tenor vocals and that hair, multiple Grammy winner Michael Bolton has sold more than 70 million albums and opened for Ozzy Osbourne.

February 2019

Homegrown Hit

A modern American restaurant with twists on traditional dishes, SMOKE. Woodfire Grill is built on executive chef Erik Reynolds’ promise of eating well and without pretension.

January 2019

Q&A: Boyz II Men

Since BoyZ II Men first began rehearsing together at the Philadelphia High School for the Creative and Performing Arts, those golden, intertwined doo-wop pipes have defined the hitmakers.

January 2019

The Authentic Touch

Los Cabos offers up a range of dining experiences along with innovative and daring drinks in a welcoming resort-style oasis reminiscent of a trip to Cancun or Cozumel.

January 2019

Healthy and Hearty

Just because making a sandwich is easy doesn’t mean that making a great sandwich is within everyone’s reach. Whatever that magic touch may be, Goodcents has it.

January 2019

Have a Pizza This

Tucked into the back of the spacious Osage Casino, Roni Peppo’s offers an intoxicating jumble of crust, sauce and cheese that is nothing short of sublime.

December 2018

Q&A: Jo Koy

After getting his start in Las Vegas, Jo Koy has become one of today’s most in-demand comedians with his takes on American-Filipino family life and what a true functional family looks like.

December 2018

Rolling out Laid-Back Fare

In the Raw offers an upbeat and progressive vibe, along with steak, wraps, rice bowls, and ramen as well as some truly creative sushi flavor combinations in roll form.

December 2018

Pleasures of the Palate

Whether you want something light and healthy or a plate of Southwest-styled comfort food, find your way to Cafe Olé for a hearty dose of charm and one of the best patios in the state.

December 2018

A Triumph of Taste

Gil Inkelaar’s El Chico on 21st Street works hard for those who work hard while offering an array of premium drinks, daily specials including filet fajitas, and a family-friendly atmosphere.

November 2018

Q&A: Frankie Valli

Frankie Valli has been the muscular voice and the talent behind hit music for six decades and shows no sign of slowing down.

November 2018

Talk Turkey to Me

The sides may be on point, the desserts delectable and that certain uncle can be on his best behavior. But if the turkey is more foul than fowlicious, your Thanksgiving meal may be a bust.

November 2018

When it Takes a Village

Village Inn is the casual, homestyle type of restaurant that’s there for you any time of day or night when you need waffles, a Reuben, or some sweet and chocolaty French Silk pie.

November 2018

Delighted to Meat You

At Elmer's BBQ on Brookside, you'll find plenty of old-school Oklahoma barbecue, top-notch sides, rowdy blues, a Badwich, and nothing that resembles foo foo.

November 2018

Changing Courses

Bernadette Feickert’s passion for food is inspired not just by the breakfast, lunch, cake and pie offerings at Kitch, but also by the sweet treats offered at her other Jenks hot spot, Cookiedoodle.

October 2018

Q&A: Garbage

Garbage’s smart fusion of alt-rock with electronica and hip-hop sampling techniques, and Shirley Manson’s magnetism as a frontwoman, earned them success that still defies classification.

October 2018

Deli-licious

While the deli culture in Tulsa isn’t as robust as in New York City, Jason’s Deli gives fans of the Big Apple a run for their Reuben.

October 2018

Sweet Spot

Rustic Gate Creamery is a treat of a shop where you can enjoy ice cream you rarely find anywhere south of Michigan, alongside nostalgic candies you and your grandparents remember from childhood.

September 2018

Buon Appetito

From handmade pasta and crispy chicken Marsala to spaghetti Bolognese and tiramisu, fantastic is a word that can get overused fast when discussing the menu at Tavolo.

September 2018

Ale to the Chief

Former bartender Corey Crandall has seen his dream turn into two of Jenks’ more unique pub-crawl spots with George’s Pub and Maryn’s Taphouse and Raw Bar.

September 2018

Familiar Flavors

Offering southern comfort-style food, The Cookhouse leans heavily on family recipes while inspiring an appetite for joyful dishes and a well-fed feeling.

August 2018

Q&A: Ken Jeong

A classic scene stealer (remember Mr. Chow jumping naked out of the trunk in "The Hangover"?), doctor-turned-actor Ken Jeong still has the perfect prescription for the monotony of life: laughing.

August 2018

Eastern Exploration

With more than three decades of experience, Chef Nobu has created a cool and comfortable haven at Fuji Japanese Cuisine and Sushi Bar for enjoying some of the best in Japanese culture and cuisine.

August 2018

Exotic Blend

Caribbean cuisine is a fusion of the cultures that make up the islands, and the varied flavors of Sisserou’s menu reflect that with a well-rounded regional experience through dining and atmosphere.

August 2018

Smokin’ Good Time

With unforgettable piles of ribs, smoked wings, brisket and sides that are far from afterthoughts, any questions about Green Country barbecue greatness can be answered by Albert G’s Chuck Gawey.

July 2018

Q&A: The Oak Ridge Boys

The Oak Ridge Boys, who crossed over from gospel music into country and on into pop in the mid-1970s, have returned to their roots with an album Elvis would be proud of: 17th Avenue Revival.

July 2018

Bun and Games

There are all kinds of fun and games to be had at Dave & Buster's, but make sure you enjoy the family-friendly sports bar’s unique drinks and great food too.

July 2018

Classic Perfection

Still serving their famous Caesar salad, steaks, cold-water lobster and skillet-fried chicken, Celebrity Restaurant is like a moment frozen in the mid-‘60s and a monument to Tulsa’s culinary history.

June 2018

The Bar with Bite

Oklahoma’s lack of beaches didn’t stand in the way of the Shark Beach Bar at Safari Joe’s H2O from creating an adults-only cabana with drinks and music to help you cool down while heating up at night.

June 2018

Tex-Mex Triumph

With a menu that is constantly changing, Mexicali Border Café is reasonably priced, friendly, fresh and authentic. And those margaritas have kept people coming back for over 30 years.

June 2018

I Scream Cone!

It may be summer but we’ve got a freeze warning if you’re venturing downtown. Rose Rock Microcreamery and its highly creative small-batch flavors are cream of the crop, no matter the weather.

June 2018

Legacy of Love

Ti Amo Ristorante Italiano continues to pour out its heart with pasta, seafood, steak and desserts that leave you longing for more.

May 2018

Q&A: ZZ Top

One of the few bands with the same lineup for nearly 50 years, ZZ Top’s blues rock shows continue to prove they’re more than just a pair of cheap sunglasses.

May 2018

Royal Merriment

Get swept up in the peace, prosperity and fantasy of 1569 England over six weeks during the Oklahoma Renaissance Festival in Muskogee.

May 2018

Adventure on an International Scale

Every Wednesday, ol’Vine offers an ensemble of flavors, colors, and textures to delight the senses in small enough portions that you can sample several plates at one sitting during its Savory Swirl.

May 2018

Firing Up the Flavors

With great, fresh tastes of authentic Mexican, blackened fish tacos, and a creative cocktail list (an Old Fashioned with tequila), Sabores is more than a meal — it’s a flavor vacation.

April 2018

Q&A: Foreigner

The latest incarnation of Mick Jones’ Foreigner, with former headbanger Kelly Hansen on vocals, is still “Hot Blooded,” displaying a youthful energy that drives 40 years of hits.

April 2018

The Amazing Taste

There’s no need to travel to bayou country for authentic Cajun when Hebert's Specialty Meats and Cajun Ed's Restaurant can take care of those cravings right here in Tulsa.

April 2018

Character Study

Teaching is a demanding job that can be emotionally draining, and at times, seem impossible. But when it calls to you, as it did Precious Lango, the chance to transform lives outweighs the hardships.

April 2018

No Fuss Deli-ciousness

Sandwiched, so to speak, in a nondescript strip mall, Goodcents Deli Fresh Subs is churning out some of the most delectable handheld creations in the area. And it takes but one bite to understand why.

March 2018

Q&A: Chicago

From its Windy City beginnings in 1967 to its adult contemporary dominance in the '80s and '90s, no other rock band has done it better with horns despite lineup changes and over 50 years of touring.

March 2018

Sunday Bloody Funday

Whether you like yours spicy, tangy, smoky, or loaded up with all sorts of gourmet garnishes, it's easy to find a concoction that's a bit more substantial than a mimosa on a weekend morning.

March 2018

Culinary Curveball

Sure, Fat Daddy's is a sports bar with pool tables, TVs and plenty of suds. But it's food that drives everything they do. And not just regular "bar food."

March 2018

Chicken This Out

It only takes one taste of that secret seasoning, one bite of a Philly cheese steak, or one wing coated in a variety of delicious sauces for you to become an instant fan of Rozay's Wings and Things.

February 2018

Absolutely Spa-velous

Not only will the treatments, body wraps, laser services and rejuvenating body pods at spa810 have you relaxing, but you can succumb to a perfect array of massages.

February 2018

Advo-cats

Studies show that animals can improve mental health and lower stress levels. If true, maybe it’s time for you to visit StreetCats Inc. and provide a forever home for one of their furry felines.

February 2018

Sugar Thrill Gang

With an abundant selection of truffles, macarons, nuts, fudge and candies, the shipping-container world of Sweet Boutique is every bit as delicious as anything Willie Wonka could have envisioned.

February 2018

Eating Artfully

The next time you want to give a gift — whether it’s for a special occasion, a holiday celebration or a “just because” treat — remember the magic of Edible Arrangements.

January 2018

Q&A: Brothers Osborne

The rootsy sibling duo Brothers Osborne are building success avoiding trendy sell-our-soul songs, instead focusing on a range of styles from southern rock to country and a side of blues.

January 2018

Silly Billies

Goats as pets is a growing trend. People get them for a lot of reasons like milk, entertainment, companionship, or keeping some of the weeds trimmed. But they are also a lot of work.

January 2018

The Spice is Right

Staying true to flavors from the region they came from, Tandoori Guys’ imaginative cooking emphasizes clean textures, complex flavor pairings and an array of delicious traditional Indian food.

December 2017

Keeping it Meal

The Bistro at Seville under Brett Clark has developed some truly iconic dishes including a chokes and cheese appetizer, tender filets, decadent Pasta YaYa and a classic Monte Cristo.

December 2017

Q&A: LeAnn Rimes

Whether singing holiday classics or her country and pop hits, LeAnn Rimes will be helping fans get into the spirit as part of the “Today is Christmas” tour.

December 2017

Positive Energy

Delivering high-energy messages that encourage people to live up to their full potential, John Mason has inspired thousands with his personal formulas for success and happiness.

November 2017

Talking Turkey

Buying, prepping and cooking the perfect bird is not as easy as you might think. And no group knows more about turkey disasters than the Butterball Turkey Talk-Line.

November 2017

Steak a Claim

Carving out a unique personality with preparation, presentation and service, PRHYME offers a heightened experience to those who worship at the shrine of phenomenal red meat cuts and fine dining.

November 2017

Avoiding a Fowl Mood

Whether you need cooking advice, tasty recipes, or just a little handholding, let the Butterball experts help you prepare a sumptuous feast this Thanksgiving.

October 2017

Q&A: Chase Rice

Separating himself from some of the Nashville flock, Chase Rice is ready to roar with a new album, Lambs & Lions, while continuing to reach higher to defy a Survivor-type music industry.

October 2017

Horsepower

Beauty, strength and endurance will be on display at the Arabian & Half-Arabian Championship Horse Show as nearly 3,000 horses and owners compete for titles and roses.

October 2017

Clash with Reality

Brenda Chapman has put her own spin on the fake-it-until-you-make-it saying with salt dough, rubber, foam, and resin props, food, products and drinks that look good enough to eat and drink.

October 2017

Going Back to Cali

Yearning for cuisine from the Golden State? Then head to Napa Flats and let them treat you to a hint of coastal-inspired California dishes with an Italian flair.

September 2017

Q&A: Chris Isaak

With that haunting voice, fierce guitar playing, swaggerific outfits and a few dance steps, Chris Isaak promises a concert party and a few bad, bad things.

September 2017

Patty Perfection

Bringing burgers and fried sides to new heights without a lick of pretension, Flo’s is building stacked stunners to savor, one Bomb at a time.

August 2017

Q&A: Gary Allan

A modern day musical outlaw, Gary Allan continues to churn out metallic hits through his smoky-voiced songs and jewelry.

August 2017

Comfortably Yum

Eclectic with a vintage vibe, Wild Heart Marketplace and Café tosses out fancy menus in favor of tasty and satisfying family recipes ranging from omelets and burgers to hoagies, soups and salads.

August 2017

How the West is Worn

Whether the look you aspire to is bold or conservative, masculine or feminine, modern or traditional, the spirit of the frontier lives on at Drysdales.

August 2017

Fish Out of Water

Travel to Ariel’s magical kingdom where mermaids play in the waves, King Triton rules over all, and the sea witch Ursula lurks, waiting for her time to strike with Disney’s The Little Mermaid.

July 2017

Q&A: Santana

Refusing to be imprisoned by any one musical genre, guitar virtuoso Carlos Santana and his band, Santana, continue to churn out significant and meaningful music that comes from his heart’s center.

July 2017

When Nature Calls

Camping is one of the easiest escapes into nature. The more nights this summer you can spend staring at a campfire and sleeping under a canopy of stars, the better, even if you stay close to home.

July 2017

Contemporary Cantina

Next time you’re in the mood for Tex-Mex tacos, fajitas or some cheesy quesadillas, consider visiting Tulsa’s only individually owned El Chico, where Gil Inkelaar loves taking care of families.

June 2017

Q&A: Sammy Hagar

With over four decades of music to select from, the nearly 70-year-old Sammy Hagar is still proving there’s only one way to rock.

June 2017

Fearfully and Wonderfully Made

Every body is different. And every body is amazing. That’s an empowering reminder that there are better ways to measure your life than a number on a scale.

June 2017

Rockin’ the Taste Buds

With a menu loaded with deliciously old-fashioned American diner classics, Hatfield’s is one of those secret places you take out-of-towners when you want to impress them with local fare.

May 2017

Q&A: Kristin Chenoweth

The petite performer with the powerhouse pipes, Kristin Chenoweth, returns home to share a love letter.

May 2017

Holy Smoke

Not much is tastier than smoked meats. And taking its ‘cue from a secret rub and brazenly seasoned meats, Albert G’s is rolling out plenty of soul-satisfying options. Let’s dig in, shall we?