"Children of the Rainbow" is a heartfelt article that celebrates the individuality and alliance of LGBTQ+ youth. It explores the experiences of a parent of a trans child and features an interview with Madison, a friend who is non-binary, highlighting the importance of accepting, supporting , understanding, and celebrating children for who they are.
Dreamland Festival, Tulsa's largest hip-hop event, runs Nov. 2-4, 2023. It features headliner LaNell Grant, local and national artists, film screenings, and panel conversations. Some events require tickets, others are free with RSVP.
Brooklyn Peterson and Alyssa Brown, known as Ironic Feminine, are a comedy duo in Tulsa's comedy scene. They describe their friendship as genuine, happy, and cool. They have a unique way of creating, where they can read each other's minds and improvise on the spot. They value supporting each other's ideas and embracing their strangeness.
A$AP Rocky is the new Creative Director for the fashion-forward partnership between PUMA and Formula 1. He will design collections for race days, starting with the Las Vegas Grand Prix in November. The collection includes track jackets, bottoms, gloves, sneakers, cropped hoodies with face shields, denim, tees, and balaclavas.
No Parking Studios (NOPS) is an art collective based in Tulsa, Oklahoma. They install art pieces and have gained recognition locally and nationally. Members have exhibited their work in multiple states and are featured in the documentary "Oklahoma Underground." NOPS strives to grow and push artistic boundaries despite pricing challenges and meeting expectations. Visit their website for more information.
Johnny Murrell, a multi-talented musician, songwriter, actor, podcaster, and educator dedicated to making Tulsa a better place. He teaches music in public schools, supports the local music scene, and is working on an upcoming album. Follow him on Instagram @johnnymurrell for updates.
Don't miss Johnny Mullenax and His Sunday Circus at The Mercury Lounge every Sunday from 12-3ish! Get ready for a kickass bluegrass-equse jam session, part circus, and therapy session. It's a musical experience like no other!
Maye Thomas and Rachel Rector formed a rock duo called Panty Lines, showcasing their unique talents in the arts. With Maye's ethereal voice and Rachel's experimental photography, they have quickly written their first two songs. Their friendship and mutual admiration contribute to their powerful stage presence and organic writing process. The duo aims to tour and release an EP, building on their solid foundation.
BRANJAE, an Oklahoma-based singer-songwriter, has released her latest EP "Intravibronic" as part of her North American tour. The EP includes a retro lyric book with daily affirmations, and the single "Too Much" encourages self-empowerment and radical acceptance. BRANJAE's music is a fusion of various genres, all encompassing BAM, and her message of positivity, hope, empowerment, self-love, and healing resonates with audiences across the country and beyond.
Tulsa producers, Logan Bruhn and Tyler Sexton, are launching their own project of original dance music with their first tracks as 'The Links' released last month. They have earned over 15 million streams through their work with Oklahoma artists and will host Tulsa's latest dance party series at the historic Spotlight Theatre starting Aug. 11. The duo plans to host 'Drama Club' on a regular basis, creating a safe and inclusive club experience where all are welcome.