• BRANJAE Returns with New EP "Intravibronic"

    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.
  • Exhibition Review of "Sunodos: Act of Attention"

    On August 3rd, in the middle of a week-long Oklahoma heat wave, I woke early to find my telephone beaming with a heat-advisory warning and a calen...
  • The Links Launches New Dance Party Residency 'Drama Club' at Tulsa's Riverside Studio

    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.

  • A Conversation with the Links

    Logan Bruhn and Tyler Sexton, the duo behind The Links, talk about their musical evolution, their creative process, and the importance of simplicity in dance music. They also reflect on the role of pop music in condensing emotions into short, beautiful messages. Listen to the latest release from The Links, "Odell & Lightyears."
  • In Bloom: ROSES, the fashion event of the summer, set for August 26

    ROSES fashion event on August 26 in Tulsa with local designers' garments and NONAME's musical performance. Attendees can enjoy art installations, an open bar, dancing, and shopping.
  • Authentic expression: Studio 66 organizers cultivate safe, joyous spaces for all

    Learn more about Studio 66, a nonprofit group in Tulsa that creates joyful safe spaces for members of the 2SLGBTQIA+ community and its allies. With the help of community partners like the Tulsa Artist Fellowship, BOK Center, Tulsa Community Foundation, Tulsa Remote and Aaru Entertainment, Studio 66 is making a noticeable impact on Tulsa with lively and talked-about events. Follow @studio.66_ on Instagram to stay updated on their upcoming events and don't miss out on the fun!
  • Casting Light

    Koda Miles' diverse and thought-provoking first solo show “Caught Up” at Positive Space Tulsa! Her evocative pieces are rich with symbolism and create a unique experience for the viewer. Catch the final days of the exhibit Friday (5-9 PM) and Saturday (12-5 PM) at 1324 East 3rd Street, Tulsa, OK.
  • DJ Kylie Lands on Cue

    DJ Kylie is a resident DJ at the Tulsa Eagle, spinning every Saturday night. She creates a space for the audience to express themselves with her ability to mix different genres and decades of music. She has played at various events, including ASLUT Bunny Ball and the Tulsa roadshow at SXSW.
  • Bouncer Shit

    Meet Fish, the bouncer at Mercury Lounge in Tulsa, OK. He protects the LGBTQ+ community and ensures a safe space for all patrons. With a no-touch policy and a keen sense of common sense, he keeps the good times rolling at this beloved music venue.
  • Chris and the Queens

    Despite legal obstacles, the drag community thrives with performers like Londenn D. Raine and clubs like Club Majestic. Drag performances break barriers and humanize queer culture. Shay Brewer (Scrappy Legacy) and Cassondra Florentine (Karma Marie Lee) support future generations through their platform. Club Majestic is a safe space for performers and supports activism. Let's uplift and support the queer community in their fight against hate.

  • Transcending Barriers: Empowered Autistic Entrepreneur Thrives in Small Business

    Hunny Bea McGinnis, an 18-year-old transgender and autistic entrepreneur from Claremore, Oklahoma. They founded Hunny Pot Creations, a thriving small business that empowers and includes autistic people. Their handmade goods are designed with sensory-friendly materials and textures that help regulate emotions and de-stress. Hunny Bea also uses their business as a way to combat misunderstandings about autism.
  • A Path of Purpose

    Check out this inspiring profile on multidisciplinary artist Kalyn Fay Barnoski! Kalyn's work is grounded in their Cherokee and Muscogee heritage and seeks to build connections within communities. Through their newest professional capacity as assistant curator, Kalyn is creating space for other native artists and those following their own paths. Learn more about this special talent in the full article.