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LIFESTYLE LETTER

JUNE 2018 PUBLISHER

Kathy Slemp | kslemp@lifestylepubs.com CONTRIBUTING WRITERS

Louann Buhlinger, Dr. John Owens,

We Appreciate the Men of Tulsa

Debra Laizure, Kirsten Holder, C.L. Harmon, Tania Cartwright, Tamara Noel CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS

MAN: ONE OF THE DEFINITIONS ON MERRIAM-WEBSTER.COM IS “ONE

Kelly Kurt Brown-Elly Photography,

POSSESSING IN HIGH DEGREE THE QUALITIES CONSIDERED DISTINCTIVE

Tim Bonea, Sarah Baker Photography

OF MANHOOD (SUCH AS COURAGE, STRENGTH, AND VIGOR). I believe this along with other qualities is what most of us think about when we think of the men who have made a positive difference in our lives. In June we celebrate Father’s Day and those men who have been there for us, guided, lectured, and given words of wisdom. For some it may be a father, grandfather, uncle or brother. For others it may be the boss who has been a good leader and mentor, a friend, or co-worker. Men not only make a difference in our personal lives but also in the communities we live in. We at Tulsa Lifestyle wanted to highlight a few of the men in our community who have positively impacted the lives of the people they touch through their work, activities, causes and passions. They are appreciated and so are all of the men in our community. Maybe you’re a dad changing diapers, the husband who makes dinner, the boss who understands that life happens or maybe you’re the decision maker

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INSIDE THE ISSUE JUNE 2018

FEATURES 14 Be Fit for Life The Last Workout You’ll Ever Need

18 Back Stage Travis Bond and The Rebel Souls

22 Movers + Shakers Tulsa men who make a difference

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28 Man Spaces The Modern Man Cave

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Good Times

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Around Town

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Healthy Lifestyle

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Holland Hall Beam Signing Event On March 29th, more than 1,000 students, faculty, staff, and donors wrote their name or encouraging words on a designated beam of the new A.R. & Marylouise Tandy Dining and Wellness center. “Knowing their name is on the beam that is a building block for the future of education and wellness...is something to be proud of,” said JP Culley, Holland Hall Head of School.

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Happy Hour “with Tom” Tom’s Outdoor Living hosted a gathering at Tulsa Garden Center’s Linnaeus Gardens on May 3rd. Barry Jarvis grilled amazing appetizers, American Solera's Chase Healey provided beverages and everyone had an enjoyable evening while guitarist Travis Kidd performed. Tom Butchko, Jr. says, “Our clients are family, and this is one way we strengthen community and encourage everyone to 'live better outside"!

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We hadn’t heard much about Episcopal education.

We’re a Christian family. Living in a city full of good faith-based schools. Comfortable with our beliefs. We were looking for a school that honored our convictions, a community that celebrates difference, AND an atmosphere of inquiry where our kids witness many traditions.

Holland Hall spoke to us— as the one school in Tulsa offering all they need for ALL they’re becoming.

The possibilities of and. The assurance of all.

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AROUND TOWN

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Super Bowl champion, Denver Broncos cornerback

She was shareholder and director of Patriot Bank

and Bixby alum, Chris Harris Jr., will deliver the keynote

from inception to its merger with Equity Bank on

address at the All-World Awards. The event honoring

November 10, 2017. For more information about Blue

high-school athletes and coaches will take place Saturday,

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June 23rd at the Marriott Southern Hills from 5-8 p.m. The evening will culminate with the presentation of the BlueCross BlueShield Lifetime Achievement Award to Joe Gilbert (Barnsdall’s Athletic Director Tickets are on sale now. Visit AllWorldAwards.com

The five local nonprofit recipients were: The

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Foundation for Tulsa Schools, The Children’s Hospital at Saint Francis, Pet Adoption League (PAL),

The Castle is open June 15-July 5 for its fireworks sale. Check out their wide variety of Fountains, Novelty

Tulsa charities from proceeds of its 2017 Pitmasters Golf Tournament presented by Prosperity Bank.

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Dealer of The Galley, Kitchen Ideas. We apologize to them and The Galley. KI is located at 5313 S. Mingo Road and is owned by Robert Shollmier who has been designing kitchens in the Tulsa area since 1977. A few years after starting his business, “It wasn’t long before

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many of Tulsa’s ‘who’s who’ had commissioned Roger

Partner of TPC Studios. She has many years of

to design their kitchens and national magazines were

community volunteerism for non-profits including

featuring his work.” Today, Roger continues to “think out-

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CHEROKEE NATION DONATION FUNDS LA ROAD TRIP FOR RIVERHAWKS WOMEN’S BASKETBALL TEAM The donation makes it possible for Northeastern State University to participate in a two game basketball classic in Los Angeles over Thanksgiving break.  “I am so grateful to Cherokee Nation and Speaker Joe Byrd for their generosity and commitment to the RiverHawks Women’s Basketball program,” stated NSU Coach Fala Bullcok. ​

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MALLETS & MOONLIGHTS Watch a polo match, participate in the divot stomping, and enjoy live music and dancing. The inaugural event takes place June 23rd at Mohawk Park.

Tulsa’s most experienced staff

The event benefits the The Center for Individuals with Physical Challenges. They

of Emergency and Critical Care Veterinarians, Registered Veterinary Technicians and Assistants stand ready 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to take care of YOUR pets’ emergency medical needs.

provide fitness, recreation and social opportunities for those with disabilities in the community. For more info: TulsaCenter.org.

THE FARM SHOPPING CENTER WELCOMES TWO NEW BUSINESSES Windsor Market, celebrating 21 years of excellence, is a Tulsa staple bringing fine things to the community. They are moving to The Farm Shopping Center at 51st and Sheridan and plan to open in June. Gray Sparrow Boutique will also be

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HOW DID YOU FIRST BECOME INTERESTED IN MUSIC? When I was seven years old, my older brother moved out to start college. I was excited to get his room and the vinyl record player he left behind. His collection of music was an eclectic one. The artist I drew to first was Elvis Presley. He had the Beach Boys, Michael Jackson, Charley

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My mom encouraged me to write in a journal because I

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receipts, sticky notes, and torn paper all over the house.

dom and I get to meet wonderful people every day. It's

I filled a lot of journals and still have most of them today.

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Movers & Shakers

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TULSA MEN WHO MAKE A DIFFERENCE

The S p o rt s m a n Clay Martin NFL Official & Coach of Jenks High School Boys Basketball As an NFL referee and head coach of the Jenks Boys Basketball team, Clay Martin is the ultimate sportsman. In 2018, Martin begins his fourth year as an NFL official and his 16th year working at Jenks High School including 14 years as the head basketball coach. He hopes to inspire and motivate young men to be selfless yet relentless in pursing their dreams while teaching them the benefits of responsibility, accountability and hard work. Martin, a graduate of Nathan Hale High School and Oklahoma Baptist University, was recently named to the Tulsa Public Schools Athletics Hall of Fame.Â

Clay Martin, an NFL referee and Jenks basketball coach, got his start officiating kids' games.

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The E n t e rta i n e r Jeff Nickler General Manager, BOK Center Known as the face of the BOK Center, Jeff Nickler’s job is to meet with music agents and promoters to convince them to bring tours through Tulsa. As the youngest person in the country to be selected as a general manager of a major arena, Nickler says the BOK was named the 2017 Arena of the Year beating heavyweights like Madison Square Garden and The Forum. Celebrations surrounding the BOK’s tenth anniversary will include U2, Bruno Mars, Elton John, the Eagles and more. Nicker moved to Tulsa to open the center in 2007 from his home in Miami Beach, Florida.

Jeff Nickler, general manager of the BOK Center. (Photo by Tim Bonea)

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The P h i l a n t h r o p i st W. David Ballard Jr. Financial Analyst, PSO Known as a community networker, W. David Ballard Jr., is heavily involved in a number of non-profits in Tulsa. For the past four years, Ballard has served on the boards of Ability Resources, Inc., as the fundraising chair and Leadership Tulsa as the treasurer. His day job is working as a financial analyst for Public Service Company of Oklahoma where he has received PSO’s Key Contributor Award honoring his work co-chairing the company’s United Way campaign. Ballard grew up in Tulsa and graduated from McLain High School and Oklahoma State University.

W. David Ballard Jr., known for connecting Tulsans, is heavily involved in the city's non-profits.

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Contemporary Comfort Deer Print Pillows

CONTEMPORARY COMFORT Luxe Designer Michelle Harrison created the gameroom and adjoining theater room with clean lines and a neutral palette in mind. Plenty of seating is provided by counter stools, four grouped swivel chairs and a pit-style deep seating sectional in the theater room. “This client is an avid hunter but prefers a modern design when it comes to his home. The deer print fabric on the pillows is a fun play on one of his passions.”

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EARTHY ESCAPE The natural elements accentuate the dark wood tones in the masculine TV lounge created by Luxe designer Kristin Yannaccone. “This client wanted an up-todate, yet traditional look while maintaining a cozy and inviting feel. The mix of textured fabrics, hair-on-hide leather and natural wood sculpture helped us to achieve this goal!” The office features woodland art on Earthy Escape TV Lounge

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MOODY BLUE BACHELOR PAD The large living space was specifically designed to entertain guests and serves as a lounge, bar and music room. According to Luxe designer Kimberley Coulston, the client asked for a “transitional and approachably masculine” design.  He made the mindful decision to not feature a TV and instead entertain with games, conversation and libations. Combining mixed metals, natural wood and concrete accent furniture with blue and gray upholstery pieces adds warmth to the space. Luxe Furniture & Design offers complimentary in-home design services and is located at 9922 South Riverside Parkway. For more information call 918.459.8950 or visit LuxeTulsa.com.

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First Call is an industry leader. When you or a loved one needs assistance in your home, hospital, or care facility, First Call can provide the companionship and nursing services to meet your specific needs. Since Joe Wolfe founded First Call in 1997, First Call’s commitment to offering exceptional private duty home healthcare has remained constant. First Call has instituted some of the strictest hiring practices in the industry and is dedicated to exceeding your expectations

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RENOVATE & REFINE

NichTech Has The Niche In M e ta l Roofing SHELTER FROM THE STORM

ARTICLE C.L. HARMON

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NICHTECH ROOFING

CHARLES NICHOLS PROVIDES STORM PROOF ROOFING TO TULSA RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL METAL ROOFING IN BUSINESS SINCE 2007 NORTH EAST OKLAHOMA

Stone Coated Steel Canyon Shake Profile in Country Blend.

TO LEARN MORE, VISIT NICHTECHROOFSYSTEMS.COM OR CALL 918.283.2001

MOTHER NATURE CAN THROW SOME UGLY STUFF AT OKLAHOMA. She throws hail, lightning bolts, high winds and heavy rains down on us surface dwellers. Through the years these natural tantrums have caused extensive damage to homes and businesses. And though Stone Coated Steel Canyon Shake Profile in Windsor.

we can’t stop nature, we can find ways of protecting ourselves and our property from her. Fortunately one man has made this his mission with his business, NichTech Roofing.

Glenwood Impact Resistant Shingle.

Unlike many roofers who only focus on asphalt roofing shingles used on traditional homes, owner Charles Nichols sought out a better method of protection for his clients. He uses a unique system of roofing which uses stone coated steel roofs. These do not resemble metal ones but instead looks reminiscent of creative styles used through the ages. These roofs will not rust, they lower utility bills, stormproof your home and last a lifetime. “We specialize in stormproof roofing people’s homes. This means roofs can withstand 130 mph winds and baseball size hail. Plus it won’t burn and is very energy efficient,”

that

The stormproof roofs are set on a patented

of weather has to huff and puff a lot harder to

NichTech installs are well respected as

system which improves energy efficiency.

blow away a NichTech roof.

Nichols said. In other words, the big bad wolf

The

metal

roofing

systems

leading the industry in terms of beauty

One mid-town client reported a five dollar

“I can’t tell you how many clients I’ve had

and functionality. In ten years of installa-

per day decrease in his utility bill after the

who have had to replace roofs because of

tions, they have a five star rating with all

installation of the new stormproof roof.

hail. I wanted to offer people an alternative. It

consumer reporting agencies.

Due to the virtual indestructibility of these

is about double the cost of a traditional roof,

NichTech does all types of roofing; tradi-

stormproof roofs, insurance companies

but it’s also the last time you have to do it,”

tional asphalt type roofs or the stormproof

offer up to 22 percent discounts on home

Nichols said. In addition to saving on energy

roofs, NichTech can accommodate any

owner policies meaning the roofs can pay

costs, many insurance companies give dis-

needs with a variety of options. In addition,

for themselves in approximately ten years

counts on homeowner policies.

most roofs are installed in one day.

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Storm-Proof Roofing

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Here’s to Dad this Father’s Day


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LOCALLY OWNED

A New Vision LOCAL TILE AND STONE RESOURCE HAS MOVED!

REMODELING OR BUILDING? Visions tile and stone,

Visions works with many builders, architects, designers,

inc. has a beautiful new showroom you must check out!

and contractors in the Tulsa area, and are happy to assist in

They carry many exclusives lines you won’t see anywhere

finding exactly what you need. If you are starting a project on

else in Tulsa, so you are sure to find a unique tile or natural

your own and need direction, bring in your ideas and they

stone to inspire, design or com-

can help create that dream vision.

plete your project.

Visions works with many

Their wide array of selections will

builders, architects, design -

and natural stones…Visions has

Owners Dennis and Lorrie Pine have been in the industry for almost 40 and 28 years, respectively; they have been successful because of their passion for design and client service. Whether you are doing a small space, whole house, outdoor area, or commercial building project, they want you to be 100% satisfied with your selections before you purchase and install. They care about the people living/working in the space and go above and

ers, and contractors in the

fit any style; from wood look tiles, to metallics, glass, porcelains, it all. Needing a specific stone or color? Check out their lines of custom tiles that allow you to create your own look. The ever pop-

Tulsa area, and are happy

ular large format tiles are also

to assist in finding exactly

looking to reduce grout lines in a

what you need.

beyond to find that perfect tile

available, perfect for covering large floor spaces or someone shower. Not to be missed is their beautiful selection of encaustic tiles for a modern look with an old world vibe. While the task of building or

or stone. Visions has recently welcomed local tile expert,

remodeling can seem overwhelming, Visions makes its

Nancy Paschal-Smith to their family; joining niece, Ashley

easy and enjoyable to select the tiles and stones for your

Zimmerman, and brother, Richard Langston, totaling over

home. Visit the new showroom at 6801 E 14th St, hours are

a combined 113 years of industry experience. With all this

8-5 Monday-Friday and 10-3 Saturday. Questions? Give

knowledge they know what they are talking about!

them a call at 918-592-1234.

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FOOD & WINE

+ Best Wood-Fired

Pizza in Town! PERFECT FOR A DATE NIGHT, OR FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY.

UPPER CRUST  IS AN UPTOWN PIZZERIA AND WINE BAR SPECIALIZING IN WOODFIRED, THIN CRUST NEW YORK STYLE PIES COMPLIMENTED BY A FULL MENU AND WINE LIST THAT IS SYNONYMOUS WITH QUALITY AND ALSO A REASONABLE PRICE. A place where a prominent kitchen bustles with activity around two wood-fired brick ovens for the fast baking and charring of the dough to give it that smoky edge. The toppings are all market-fresh as is the dough and the proportions are just right with a pleasing interplay between toppings and crust. Upper Crust’s menu also has selections of distinctive appetizers, great salads, unique sandwiches, homemade lasagna, and wood-fired chicken for two to compliment the incredible serious pie selections. 

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ARTICLE KIRSTEN HOLDER


The idea ...

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of a fountain of youth goes back as far as history records have been kept. It is the talk of myths and legends dating back to at least the days of Alexander the Great. It is no surprise that many people the world over want to stay young and healthy as long as possible while maintaining their youthful energy. The Spanish explorer Ponce de Leon thought he would find this fountain in what is present day Florida, but even he would be shocked by what researchers found in only four known water springs today. Nobel Prize nominee Dr. Garth Nicolson, has been researching the properties of these water sources after hearing many claims these waters held healing benefits when people drank from it. These claims go back centuries, and even wealthy celebrities have been known to visit these unique springs for their special benefits. The question is, could these springs truly be some type of “fountain of youth” or healing water source? This started a journey of discovery unlike anything he could imagine. “What we found was amazing, and we knew this was a life changing discovery,” Nicolson says. What his research uncovered after multiple tests from these sources was shocking. The water samples taken revealed these springs have one specific element to the water not found anywhere else naturally on earth. These waters contain large amounts of hydrogen. According to Nobel Prize winning scientist Albert Szent-Györgyi, hydrogen is considered the most powerful known anti-oxidant on earth. The significance of this discovery revolutionizes everything we know about water and its relationship with anti-oxidants. The scientific studies demonstrating the benefits of anti-oxidants are unprecedented when it comes to the number of benefits. Some of these benefits are the protection of cells in the body from dangerous free radicals that age our cells. These free radicals oxidize our cells internally much the same way metals rust and apples turn brown when exposed to air. These free radicals are found in our environment and the food we eat everyday thus leading to increased aging of the body, with some becoming chronically ill. Drinking hydrogen enriched water, floods the cells of the body with anti-oxidants and protects them from the aging process. These anti-oxidants can also be found in a host of fruits and vegetables, but water is the most effective delivery system for these anti-oxidants to reach our cells because of the molecular properties of hydrogen in the water. Japanese scientists have also taken note of this discovery, and the people of Japan experience some of the best health and longevity of any country in the world. One company has even pioneered a patented way to have this hydrogen rich anti-oxidant water for home use. The device was also awarded numerous patents world-wide, and has produced such great results it is even used in hospitals across Japan. It is estimated that as many as 20% of households in Japan now also use this exciting technology. Using their innovative process, anyone can now have access to this life changing water and experience the benefits. Many individuals that have struggled for years with the debilitating pain from gout, arthritis, inflammation, diabetes, fibromyalgia, high blood pressure, and a host of other issues have reported amazing benefits from drinking this unique water. Some have reported feeling younger and having more energy throughout the day. Others have reported healthier skin and hair after using this special water. After experiencing some of these benefits first hand Brent Nicholson and his wife Rhonda founded a local green country company called IO Pure. They are very passionate about helping others and spreading the word about this unique water “I find a lot of people are worried about what is in their water and whether it is safe to drink or not.” “I also find others are looking for relief from chronic issues like diabetes, high blood pressure, gout, and arthritis,” Brent says. If any of this sounds interesting, looks good, or just feels right, you can call 918-280-8825. Article Jeff Thompson

ioPure.com

918.280.8825

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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JUNE

LIFESTYLE CALENDAR

2 THE FARMER'S MARKET

most beautiful backyard gardens.

pick up the Official Guide at partic-

Garden tours are offered on June 9th

ipating QuikTrips beginning June

and 10th. Proceeds from this event

16. More info: TulsaHBA.com.

will fund Tulsa Master Gardener's

The Farm Shopping Center

educational and volunteer programs

Every Saturday from 8-11:30 am. A farm-

throughout Tulsa County. For more

er’s market conveniently located in the

info, contact Master Gardener, Diane

heart of Tulsa with plenty of parking.

Hambric at 918.231.5900. For tickets:

Listen to music, watch cooking dem-

TulsaMasterGardeners.org.

os and stock up on farm fresh eggs, fresh local fruits and vegetables, honey, baked goods, jams, wine and much more. Runs through mid-October. FarmShoppingCenter.com.

15 EUREKA SPRINGS BLUES WEEKEND

THE AMERICAN DREAM A FOURTH OF JULY/ INDEPENDENCE DAY EVENT Guthrie Green - 111 East M.B. Brady Street

A celebration honoring military veterans and ordinary Americans. Come

Eureka Springs, AR

honor our veterans from 7:30 - 9:30

In the grand tradition of great blues

pm for live patriotic music, quotes

music in Eureka Springs, this year’s

from American history, and a 45-min-

Blues Weekend (June 15-16) lineup

ute docudrama hosted by Corporal

features some greats and hottest new

Leonard Micklin. Military veterans,

Tulsa Toy Depot

blues musicians in the country.

firemen, and police get a free hotdog!

Craft classes are free every Tuesday

John Mayall headlines the Weekend

Check Real Church's Facebook page

at 10:30 a.m. and Storytime is held on

at the Historic Eureka Springs Audi-

for more info: Facebook.com.

Thursdays at 11 a.m. Miss Carol Mey-

torium at 8:30pm. Carolyn Wonder-

er leads the kids in music and story-

land is the opening act performing

telling for 30 minutes of great active

at 7:30 pm. Tickets and more info:

fun. Visit TulsaToyDepot.com or call

EurekaSpringsBlues.com.

5 CRAFT CLASSES AND STORYTIME

918.938.0555.

6 CIRCLE CINEMA D-DAY FILM EVENT

15 THE CASTLE FIREWORKS SALE

JUL 4 4TH OF JULY CELEBRATIONS Bixby Freedom Celebration on June 29th from 4:30 -10 pm. Catch music, Kids Zone and food trucks before fireworks:

3400 W. Fern Mountain Rd., Muskogee

BixbyFreedomCelebration.com.

Circle Cinema at 10 S. Lewis

The Castle is open June 15-July 5 for

Rockets Over Rhema on July 1st fea-

An award-winning documentary of

its fireworks sale. Check out their wide

tures concerts, concessions, children's

the World War II invasion of Norman-

variety of Fountains, Reloadables,

activities and a car show before con-

dy, using archival films and pictures

Novelty items, Sparklers, Roman Can-

cluding with a dazzling fireworks dis-

from British, American, and German

dles, Heavyweights and more, includ-

play. RocketsOverRhema.com.

archives. Memorabilia on display from

ing over 100 new items for 2018! For

July 4th is RiverParks Freedom Fest.

Keith Myers Traveling Military Museum.

more info: OKCastle.com.

Entertainment, food, and games be-

Free showings: 2 pm & 6 pm. More

fore the spectacular fireworks show.

showings, CircleCinema.com. Mon-

RiverParks.org/Freedomfest.

day is Free Popcorn Day for members! Tuesdays: $2 for TU students with valid student ID (regular features only).

9 TULSA MASTER GARDENERS GARDEN TOUR SHOWCASE

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16 2018 GREATER TULSA PARADE OF HOMES

9 cities throughout Metro Tulsa

This free event features over 150 homes from over 60 of the area’s top builders and highlight the latest

We are always accepting submissions

in neighborhood amenities. Homes

for events you'd like to see included

5 Tulsa homes + 1 at the OSU

range from $150,000 to over $1 million.

in our Calendar section. Submissions

Extension office

Runs from June 16-24 from 1-7 pm

are accepted via the Contact Us tab

Join the Tour to explore some of Tulsa's

daily. For a map of all home locations,

at TulsaLifestylePubs.com.

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I SEE A RED FLOOR and I want it

Locally and Family-Owned and Operated 9 1 8 . 5 92 .1 2 3 4 6801 E 14th St, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74112

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TULSA'S MUSIC MAN: THE MAN YOU DIDN'T KNOW YOU KNEW LARRY SHAEFFER'S LEGACY ARTICLE C.L. HARMON PHOTOGRAPHY PHOTOS BY LITTLE WING PRODUCTIONS OKLAHOMA IS FULL OF AMAZING AND INCREDIBLE PEOPLE. They are from all walks of life

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and although they may have different ethnicities, backgrounds, religious and political affiliations, they share a commonality… passion. One such person is the owner of Little Wing Productions Larry Shaeffer of Tulsa. Below are three excerpts, one from each of three articles written about him. IN THE BEGINNING, THERE WAS MUSIC He and his parents were walking along Denver Avenue one afternoon near what used to be the Cimarron Ball Room when he saw what he said was, “the most unbelievable vision he had ever seen”. At that moment he was blinded by these beams of sunlight that were reflecting off the rhinestones from the suit that Leon McAuliffe of Bob Wills & The Texas Playboys band was wearing as he exited the ballroom. THE ROAD TO SUCCESS “The very next day I am flying to Nashville. As soon as I land, I take a cab to the King of the Road Hotel, walk in and ask what room Merle Haggard was in.” And without any hesitation

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from the desk clerk, he was given the room number. That knock on the door would open to the opportunity of which he had so dreamed. ON A COLLISION COURSE By his own admission, his best years were 1975 to 1995. His focus on Cain’s Ball Room was paying off and it became a mecca for live music in Tulsa. Yet, even as a family man, he still could not stop chasing the big money and was “scratching and clawing” with the competition to bring in arena shows. His efforts were able to bring Prince, Judas Priest, Tina Turner, Van Halen, Willie Nelson, Kiss, Aerosmith, Metallica, Ozzy Osbourne and even the great Frank Sinatra. To read these articles in their entirety, visit Uniquelahoma.com. 

1. Larry Shaeffer at his office in Cain's Ballroom circa late 1970s. Cain's was Little Wing Central through the latter part of the 1970s until he sold it 25 years later. | 2. Larry hanging out with the legendary Chuck Berry. | 3. Larry Shaeffer backstage at the Peter Frampton show in 1976. This was a hugely successful show for him which allowed him to purchase Cain's Ballroom in Tulsa. | 4. Larry Shaeffer at Oklahoma Jam circa late 1970s. Outdoor concerts were huge events during this time. Larry promoted several music festivals during his career as a promoter. | 5. Van Halen hanging out with Larry at his Cain's office. This photo was taken during Van Halen's early days. Cains Ballroom was a springboard for many up and coming bands during the late 1970s. | 6. Larry Shaeffer playing guitar at his current office. This photo was taken during the interview sessions for the Uniquelahoma articles. It fit well with another photo of him playing guitar at his desk 40 years earlier in his office at Cain's Ballroom. 42

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SHOP THE FARM FOR SOME OF TULSA’S FINEST RETAIL. Dressing for success or a fine evening out. Getting comfortable for a lazy weekend around the house. It’s all about putting on what you love. From the board room to the great outdoors to life’s most unforgettable moments, The Farm offers up all the retail, accessories and variety you could wish for. Come discover it all for yourself. FarmShoppingCenter.com


T u l s a’ s U p s c a l e B o u t i q u e s , S h o p s a n d O f f i c e s At The Vineyard on Memorial shoppers can find a variety of upscale retail venues including designer services, candy, cake, toy, fashion and accessory shops. Various food venues include healthy selections, wine tastings, brunch, and relaxing atmospheres. Conveniently located on the SW corner of 106 and Memorial, The Vineyard is designed for outdoor strolling with benches, gardens and an outdoor fireplace, easily found by the beautiful clock located in the center tower. th

BELLA’S HOUSE CANDY CASTLE CREATIVE CONCEPTS FURNITURE & ACCESSORIES EVOLVE PALEO EYE CANDY EYEWEAR INSIDE OUT CHIROPRACTIC LEARNING EXPRESS TOYS OF TULSA NOTHING BUNDT CAKES RUSTIC CUFF SP ORTS CLIP S TULSA SPRINT STORE THE WINE LOF T

Located at 106th and Memorial

TheVineyardTulsa.com /TheVineyardonMemorial

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