Thurs., Feb. 10
Up, Up and Away. Get all spiffy and float down to the Dennis R. Neill Equality Center, 621 E. 4th St., for a night of mingling and art appreciation. Oklahoman's for Equality is displaying the work of Joseph Buchanan in support of the annual fundraiser. What better way to spend the evening than by taking in some helium-filled art and supporting a good local cause? Inspirations from a Red Balloon will be on display throughout the month but the opening is by far the most intriguing to attend. So get all decked out and be there at 6pm to meet the artist and give Tulsa equality a good shove in the right direction. Visit okeq.org for more information.
Fri., Feb. 11
Pitter-Patter. In the midst of everyday life, sometimes the romance and intrigue in any given Love Song is lost or even squandered. Join Beane as he rediscovers the beauty and sentiment of old love songs when he falls head over heels for Molly. Take your sweetheart down to Tulsa Performing Arts Center, 110 E. 2nd St., and kick-off Valentine's weekend with heartfelt comedic sincerity. Performances are Feb. 10-12 at 7:30pm and Feb. 13 at 2pm. Visit tulsapac.com for more info.
Sat., Feb. 12
Off Key. Sometimes it isn't the size of the talent that makes the star; sometimes it's just the will to make the world listen. Florence Foster Jenkins may sound like a cat in labor when belting out her operatic tunes but that didn't stop her from commanding audiences as she performed at Carnegie Hall. Take in the sights and sounds of the roaring 20s as Souvenir takes audiences a ear-piercing journey. The pitch will be slightly amiss at Tulsa Ballet, Studio K, 1212 E. 45th Pl., Feb. 11-13. Visit americantheatrecompany.org for more info.
Sun., Feb. 13
Closer Look. Mixing a little wine and culture is good for the soul and Club 209, 209 N. Boulder Ave., is serving up the goods. Head down to Tulsa's martini and coffee lounge to challenge the art to a staring contest. February's feature artist is Andrea Steele and her Your Faces exhibit. Check out the wide array of mugs that adorn the walls such as Ted Leo from Ted Leo and The Pharmacists. Visit club209tulsa.com for more info.
Mon., Feb. 14
Fluttering Hearts. Grab your sweetie pie and head out on the town for a romantic day (and night) of frolic. Throughout the snow-covered city, music, dinner and passion beckon couples to show how much they adore each other. If Cupid's arrow hasn't pierced the heart of that special someone, in true lovey-dovey fashion, take matters into your own hands. For all the want-to-be singles in the city, grab some friends and make some toasts to the life of a bachelor. Be safe T-Town and make sure to spread the love on this Valentine's Day.
Tues., Feb. 15
Pour Me One. In the world of ultimate corner, everybody knows your name, Cheer's would be proud kind of Tulsa bars, Drake's Tavern, 1546 E. 15th St., definitely pulls ahead of the pack. If you don't have two buddies willing to venture out on the town in this chilly winter wonderland, there is always a welcoming bartender and row of filled seats waiting to greet patrons with a friendly nod. So cozy up to Cliff or Norm and make some new friends at one of Tulsa's best bar scenes.
Wed., Feb. 16
Fightin' Country. Feet will stomp and hips will sway when Candy Coburn sets Cain's Ballroom, 423 N. Main, aflame with her guitar strummin', country rockin' and hair flyin' Wrecking Ball. Don't miss this rising star as she struts her stuff in Tulsa with openers, the DeanWilliamsBand. Coburn's latest album, Lucky, includes Pink Warrior, a tune in which she pays tribute to women facing breast cancer. This powerful performance begins at 8pm. Visit cainsballroom.com for more info.
Thurs., Feb. 17
A Touch of New York. Tulsa is full of talent and finding it is usually not too difficult, but listening to a little Music in the Mansion adds a special flair. Head out to the Tulsa Historical Society, 2445 S. Peoria, to indulge in a night of show tunes. Tim Turner will be entertaining in the famed Travis Mansion with some of Broadway's greatest hits. His big voice is sure to draw in the crowds, so don't be late; the show starts at 1:30pm sharp. Visit tulsahistory.org for more info.
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