Tahlequah Community Playhouse Inc. will hold auditions for the third play of its 45th season, "Doublewide, Texas," on Monday-Tuesday, Nov. 26-27, at 7 p.m. in St. Basil's Episcopal Church, 814 N. Vinita Ave.
TULSA - Boyz II Men is set to perform at River Spirit Casino's concert venue, Paradise Cove, on Jan. 19. Tickets are on sale at tickets.riverspirittulsa.com. Guests must be 21 or older.
One-of-a-kind wooden cube art is part of the fun to be found at the second annual ACT for Arts, the only fundraiser hosted by the Arts Council of Tahlequah, this Saturday, Nov. 17 at the Northeastern State University Jazz Lab, 6-8:30 p.m.
Award-winning Oklahoma writer Mary Coley has released her sixth mystery and the fourth book in her Family Secret Series, "Chrysalis: A Race to Death."
In preparation for a new museum exhibit, Cherokee Nation Cultural Tourism is asking the public to share photos and stories of where their Cherokee Nation flag has flown.
The members of the Thompson House Victorian Christmas committee are seeking vendors for the Victorian Christmas, which will be held Nov. 30-Dec. 2 at the Thompson House, 300 S. College Ave.
Cherokee County Republican Women will meet Tuesday, Nov. 20, at the Tahlequah Municipal Armory Center, 100 N. Water Ave. The board will meet 9-10 a.m., and the club will meet 10-11 a.m.
Steeley Springs Baptist Church 61st Homecoming Celebration is set for Sunday, Nov. 18. All are invited to come and remember and thank the Lord for all he has done.
There's a song, "I Did It My Way," which should never be a Christian theme song. We must do "it" God's way, and in his timing, even when his way doesn't make sense and we don't understand "it."
A Fall Revival is being held at D.D. Etchieson Indian United Methodist Church, 412 W. Seneca St., beginning Wednesday, Nov. 14, with guest speaker Sunrise Ross.
I was recently privileged to attend a series of lectures hosted by Dr. Mark Bishop called "Focused Faith Heals." Dr. Bishop was fascinated by genes and DNA as a young doctor, and focused a 45-year study on the cell and cause of disease.
Ron Boren, founding board member and manager of the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame in Muskogee, will be featured speaker at the Nov. 11, 2nd Sunday at 2 History and Humanities Lecture Series, sponsored by the Arts Council of Tahlequah.
The Tahlequah Habitat ReStore Rack Clothing Store is accepting donations of men's, women's and children's clothing and accessories, including scarves, shoes, wallets, purses, coats, gloves, suitcases and children's toys. Clean bedding and comforters are also accepted.
Live jazz music, print action, unique art, poetry, awards and refreshments will be part of ACT for Arts, Saturday, Nov. 17, 6-8 p.m. in the Northeastern State University Jazz Lab, 315 N. Muskogee Ave., and Ned's, 316 N. Muskogee Ave.
STILLWATER - On Tuesday, Nov. 20, at 7:30 p.m., the Oklahoma State University Community Music School will present a special fall concert featuring the OSU Youth Choir and Youth Orchestra at the Seretean Center for the Performing Arts.
LOCUST GROVE - Cherokee citizen Choogie Kingfisher, a Kituwah-Cherokee storyteller, will once again be the main teller at this year's Wonder City Tellabration on Friday, Nov. 16, 6-7 p.m., in Wonder City Coffee, 118 E. Main St.
The Thompson House, the "Crown Jewel of Tahlequah," was the topic of Beth Herrington's second program for the Arts Council of Tahlequah's 2nd Sunday at 2 History and Humanities Lecture Series.
Ron Boren, founding board member and manager of the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame in Muskogee, will be featured speaker at the Nov. 11, 2nd Sunday at 2 History and Humanities Lecture Series
Registration is still available for the Cherokee Heritage Center's traditional Cherokee tear dress class on Nov. 17, led by Cherokee National Treasure Tonia Hogner-Weavel.
The Tailholt Community Organization, a 501(c)(3) organization, will hold a baking competition on Saturday, Nov. 10 at the community building, 26229 E. 813 Road in Welling.
BROKEN ARROW - Northeastern State University-Broken Arrow will host an art exhibit by Kathryne Wood during November in the Visitors' Center Gallery of the Administrative Services Building.
I'm doing a total rewrite this week of a column I wrote in 2010. We're entering the holiday season, and many people deal with depression and hopelessness during this time. I understand.
The world was buzzing with rumors about U.S.-Soviet talks as President Ronald Reagan flew to Italy for a global economic summit in the summer of 1987.
Native American hip-hop artist Stormy Turner goes by the stage name Beyoh Welloh, which is based off his childhood nickname Bolo. "Beyoh Welloh" comes from spelling it out as "B-O-L-O" and adding slurred slang.
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