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An Oklahoma man has been convicted of murder and arson in the burning deaths of his mother and grandmother.
One of the Cherokee Nation’s newest Tribal Councilors spent two decades in the U.S. Coast Guard, an endeavor he says “was the right choice for me.”
Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa has unveiled its newest memorabilia exhibit dedicated to longtime country music promoter and Tulsa native Jim Halsey.
Cherokees and other tribal citizens “blindsided” by the Tulsa mayor’s support for overturning the U.S. Supreme Court’s historic McGirt v. Oklahoma decision descended on City Hall in protest Oct. 27.
Not long ago, Native Americans were hard to find in the film industry. Even when a Native character appeared on screen, they were often portrayed by actors who did not come from Native communities.
The Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa is again hosting its annual Halloween party on Oct. 30 as guests are encouraged to wear their most daring and frightening costumes and enter this year’s costume contest, where a share of $10,000 is up for grabs.
The Cherokee Nation Film Office and Oklahoma State University-Tulsa are partnering to build educational opportunities and support Oklahoma’s rapidly expanding film industry.
In celebration of the iconic album, “Abbey Road,” “Rain – A Tribute to the Beatles” will bring the greatest hits of one of the greatest bands of all time on Nov. 13 to Hard Rock Live.
More than 10,000 Oklahomans have now died from COVID-19 and the number of ICU patients statewide has grown, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.