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Good Things. Word is they come in small packages, and the size estimate is just about right for the Annual Small Works Show at MA Doran Gallery, 3509 S. Peoria Ave. Local artists take on the grueling task of fitting their flair into the tiniest package possible, maxed out with style and hopefully soon to deck someone's halls. If you don't peruse, you'll lose, so come check out the small stuff. Gallery hours are 10:30am-6pm. For more info visit madorangallery.com.
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Torrid croonings may take precedence over carols tonight as an American favorite tickles the ears of the Midwest with his lullabies of lost love. Michael Bolton makes an appearance at the River Spirit Casino, 8330 Riverside Parkway, at 7pm. Tissues, a date, and a flask are all you really need, but a first aid kit is recommended. As any good fan knows -- they're so beautiful, it's tearing him apart. For more info visit riverspirittulsa.com.
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Seasoned Cinema. Spice up your holiday with classics from the big screen! Christmas Goes to the Movies comes to the Tulsa Community College, 10300 E. 81st St., at the Van Trease Performing Arts Center at 8pm, with music from your holiday favorites. Reminisce with friends and garner new memories. For more info call 918-595-7777.
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Time to See the Sphinx. Twelve brothers, some flashy threads and lots of song and dance unite with classic Egyptian iconography to make Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat a must see. The Broadway hit has songs and soul of the best kind. Come witness the spectacle at the Tulsa Convention Center, 100 Civic Center, in the Assembly Hall, at 2pm. For more info visit tulsaconventioncenter.com.
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Repairing What is Broken. "Tikkun Olam" is Hebrew phrase meaning just that. One of the tenets of Judaism for centuries, the importance of doing good in the world is brought home to our local community. Tikkun in Tulsa, shown at the Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art, 2021 E. 71st St., offers paintings by artists from near and far as they strive to heal the world. Chanukah may be over, but the gallery will be open for viewing Monday-Friday, 10am-5pm, Sunday 1-5pm. For more info visit jewishmuseum.net.
Knowledge is Power. Think you know what's going on in current events? How about music and movies? What about history? Trivia with Jack at the Sound Pony, 409 N. Main St., will test your mettle tonight. If you need a beginning-of-the-week booster, it is the place to be. The questions start coming at 10pm. For more info, call 918-582-PONY.
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Comedic Timing. Friends may have remarked that yours is good, but Brandon Vestal has you beat. A favorite of adult crowds for his candid musings, the funny guy elicits laughs at the Loony Bin, 6808 S. Memorial Drive, at 8pm. The show is rife with good old-fashioned adult humor, so leave the kids at home and get ready to roll in the aisles. For more info visit theloonybin.com.
Over Your Eyes. No wool there, so run on down to the Shepherd's Cross Living Nativity, located at 16792 E. 450 Road, Claremore. The stock is live and so are the wise men, with actors playing the roles of the Christmas story characters. Shepherd's Cross opens its pastures from 10am-8:30pm and has a little something for everyone, from burros in the stable to baked goods in the gift shop. For more info visit shepherdscross.com.
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