POSTED ON JANUARY 19, 2011:
Thurs., Jan. 20
Sin Wagon. Come roll in the aisles with Kristin Key at The Loony Bin, 6808 S. Memorial Dr. Sitting too close to the stage could be hazardous to your health if you have an adverse reaction to being made fun of in public; but don't worry, Kristin is just as likely to take a few jabs at herself. Known as the 'preacher's daughter gone wild,' she is bound to take you on a crazy ride. Roll in at 8pm. Visit loonybincomedy.com for more information.
Fri., Jan. 21
Badge. A riveting performance of The Scarlett Letter is showing at Tulsa Performing Arts Center, 110 E. 2nd St. Theatre Tulsa's production of obsession, love and revenge captivates as audiences journey through the pain of secrecy with the "A" bearing Hester Prynne. Come and see for yourself as the drama of a hypocritical society plays out on the stage. The lynch-mob meets at 7:30pm. Visit tulsapac.com for more information.
Sat., Jan. 22
Little Give and Take. Eating is a favorite pastime for most Tulsans and what could be better than stuffing your face and simultaneously doing a good deed? Get on over to Blue Dome Diner, 311 E. 2nd St., and bid on one of the silent auction items benefiting GoodLifeXchange. This local nonprofit helps connects individuals and families to much needed contributions during these tough economic times. So get in gear with paying it forward and give a little time and money to a good cause. Blue Dome will have an open cash bar and kitchen until 11pm. Tulsa Rock Quartet will be providing the entertainment for Green Country's do-gooders and the auction winners will be announced at 8:15pm.
Sun., Jan. 23
Food and Foul Frenzy. Sure, everyone loves a good game of three-point shots, underhanded steals and outright fouls but all that excitement would be far less enticing without the nachos, hot dogs and screaming fans. Get out to the Tulsa University Reynolds Center, 3208 E. 8th St., to watch the Lady Hurricane Basketball team square off against of the Tulane Green Wave. Tip-off is at 2pm but show up early to get that good seat next to the concession stand. Visit tulsahurricane.com for more information.
Mon., Jan. 24
Practically a Steal. This month only at Arnie's bar, 318 E. 2nd St., Red Stripe beer is $3 and there's probably a bottle with your name on it. Come drink, relax and have some fun. Pick a barstool and spend the night getting to know the friendly bartender. Don't let the freezing temperatures keep you locked up; bundle up and actually have a night out on the town. Visit arniesbar.com for more information.
Tues., Jan. 25
Slicking to It. A wide array events dance, rock and slide through downtown Tulsa every year. While the BOK Center, 200 S. Denver, opens its doors to out-of-towners from across the nation, Green Country's very own Tulsa Oilers stay tried and true. Skate into a game and watch the home team slapstick the Colorado Eagles. Face-off is at 7:05. Visit bokcenter.com for more information.
Wed., Jan. 26
Tulsa Burn. Texas boys invade Tulsa in the form of Alpha Rev. This Austin bred band will be playing beneath the disco ball at Cain's Ballroom, 423 N. Main St. For the local listeners and fans, come support Fiawna Forte as she opens the night at 8pm. Phenomenal musicians have a history of playing at Cain's and this night is no different. Grab those tickets early and bring your friends along for the ride. Visit cainsballroom.com for more information.
Thurs., Jan. 27
Star Gazer. Tulsa has no problem providing beautiful scenery. Unfortunately, it is just a little too chilly to go strolling through Woodward Park for an afternoon. So to get your daily dose of artistically inspired beauty, head over to Joseph Gierek Fine Art, 1512 E. 15th St. Dust and Furies exhibit by Kansas artist, John Gary Brown, hangs on the wall and beckons visitors to peer a little deeper. Gaze into the depths of oil on canvas, Star Husks, and feel the day get a little bit warmer. Visit gierek.com for more information.
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