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    11.22.13 The Brady Arts District Hosts Its Inaugural First Lady of Brady Nog-Off

    http://www.tulsaworld.com/scene/brady-arts-district-to-hold-inaugural-egg-nog-contest/article_01802079-103d-5782-9187-60f9b469d6a4.html

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    09.07.13 Philbrook Goes Contemporary

    One of the newest galleries to open up in the Brady Arts District is Philbrook Downtown. The August 2013 issue of Tulsa People gives us a look inside their exhibitions. Tulsa People August 2013 Issue

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    08.19.13 The Brady Arts District featured in Lawrence Magazine

    The fall 2013 issue of Lawrence Magazine features a great article on Tulsa’s vibrant downtown scene, including the Brady Arts District. To read the full article, click the link below. Lawrence Magazine

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    07.05.13 And the press just keeps coming…

    Here is an excellent July 4 online Tulsa World article highlighting the Brady Arts District monthly First Friday Art Crawl.

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    07.05.13 Channel 8 Art Crawl Piece

    For a nice overview of  the Brady Arts District Art Crawl and its transformation, check out http://www.ktul.com/video?clipId=9040217&autostart=true.

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    02.10.13 Boulder Bridge Now Open

    On February 4, Tulsa Mayor Dewey Bartlett, Jr, District 4 Councilman Blake Ewing, Brady Arts District Business Association President Bob Fleischman and other dignitaries presided over a ribbon cutting ceremony officially opening the Boulder Bridge.  The bridge spans the downtown railroad tracks and connects First Street and Archer Street, creating a gateway to the heart of […]

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    05.14.12 Cain’s Ballroom Listed in CNN’s “10 fabulous U.S. music venues”

    The Brady Arts District is excited to see Cain’s Ballroom listed among CNN GO’s “10 fbulous U.S. music venues”: In what has to be one of the most incongruous pairings of band and venue, the Sex Pistols played the historic Cain’s Ballroom in Tulsa in 1978 on one of only seven stops on their U.S. […]

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    04.15.12 Cain’s — Still western swinging

    Tulsa People spotlights Cain’s and the western swing tradition that still lives on in the famous ballroom: “The ghosts in the rafters must be smiling.” Now, I am not necessarily suggesting that Cain’s Ballroom is haunted. But this venerable Tulsa landmark, with its life-sized photos of famous country music stars and Cain’s-related figures looking down […]

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    04.14.12 Brady boom: What’s coming

    Tulsa People followed its previous article with an overview of things to come:   The Hardesty Arts Center 101 E. Archer St. The Hardesty Arts Center will become home to the Arts & Humanities Council of Tulsa, although the organization will also continue to host programming at Harwelden. This $18.3 million project features a brand-new, four-story […]

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    04.13.12 Brady boom: The art of collaboration

    Tulsa People recognizes The Brady Arts District’s growth, starting with the beginning of the revitalization in the late 90′s and early 2000′s. Artists are known for their ability to see beauty where others see unsightliness. To see possibilities where others see dead ends. In the case of the Brady District, the consistent vision of a group of […]

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    04.12.12 On The Verge

    Good press continues this month for The Brady Arts District and Downtown Tulsa as a whole. Oklahoma Magazine reports on the tremendous growth downtown is currently experiencing. With more than $350 million in recently completed, under construction or planned projects happening in downtown Tulsa, the hullaballoo inside the inter-dispersal loop is enough to make one’s […]

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    04.11.12 Brady Boom

    The first in a series of posts from Tulsa People, Brady Boom gives a look into the explosive growth of The Brady District. Just a decade or so ago, Tulsa’s downtown Brady District was really showing its age. Littered with a few too many shuttered buildings, weed-infested empty lots and the rusting hulks of obsolete […]

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    04.11.12 Cain’s 15th in world’s club venues for ticket sales

    Wow! Look what the Tulsa World’s The Scene has to say about Cain’s Ballroom. 15th in the world for ticket sales! Fantastic. Tulsa’s own Cain’s Ballroom ranks No. 15 globally in club venue ticket sales for the first quarter of 2012, reports industry tracker Pollstar Pro. Venue owners have sold a reported 25,868 tickets so […]

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    04.05.12 Councilors consider moratorium on Downtown parking lots

    Channel 2 works for you reports on a proposed temporary moratorium on the construction of additional parking lots downtown until the city’s parking plan has been finalized: TULSA – A moratorium on Tulsa’s Downtown building demolition was a major topic among city council members Thursday. District 4 City Councilor Blake Ewing stood in favor of […]

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    03.30.12 Brady District’s North Parking Garage Opens To Public

    News on 6 reports about a downtown parking facility opening its gates for usage by Brady Arts District patrons! TULSA, Oklahoma – If you’re heading downtown this weekend, your search for parking might be less stressful. The North Parking Garage is now open for business to anyone after 5 p.m. It’s just north of the […]

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    02.28.12 Tulsa spa supports Arts & Humanities Council with a fundraiser

    More Brady Arts District in the news! KJRH reports on Chrysalis Salon & Spa’s fundraiser for the Arts & Humanities Council: TULSA – In Tulsa’s Brady District the Chrysalis Salon and Spa offered free hair and scalp analysis. 100% of the profits from Phyto Products sold this weekend benefited the Hardesty Art Center. The center […]

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    02.13.12 Commercial Activity Booming in The Brady Arts District

    The Brady Arts District has been in the news quite a bit lately. We’re thrilled to share the latest report from News on 6: TULSA, Oklahoma – The revival of the Brady Arts District continues. Commercial activity is booming with the announcement of the Brady Hotel Center, the Hardesty Arts Center, Woody Guthrie Museum and […]

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    02.05.12 Projects take over downtown parking lots

    Jason Grubbs reports on more development in the Brady Arts District for Channel 2 News: TULSA, Okla. – Several construction projects are well underway in the Brady Arts District of Downtown Tulsa. Established business owners welcome the growth, but say all that work is creating a parking problem. “We opened up a year and four […]

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    12.31.11 ‘Arts Bar’ A Popular Attraction In Tulsa’s Brady District

    See the Original Article on the NewOn6 Website as well as a video and photos that NewsOn6 produced. TULSA, Oklahoma -The Brady District is booming. Something new seems to be going up on every available corner. A principal focus in the Brady District is art. There is a club in the district that is as […]

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    12.31.11 New Art Center To Hold Woody Guthrie Collection

    See the original article on the KTUL Website. There’s a mixture of historic and modern art under construction in downtown Tulsa. It’s happening in the Brady district–near the Boulder and Archer intersection. Channel 8′s Kim Jackson says it’s bringing a historic collection to the city of Tulsa. Driving around downtown Tulsa, you will see lots […]

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    07.05.11 Boulder Avenue Bridge to be Rebuilt

    Friend of The Brady Arts District, This is exciting news!  A news conference will be held on Wednesday, July 6, at 10 a.m. on the North side of the Boulder Avenue Bridge at Archer Street. Mayor Dewey Bartlett and representatives of downtown and the Brady Arts District will announce the rebuilding of the Boulder Avenue […]

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    02.04.10 The Brady Arts District Launches New Website

    FEB 04, 2010 – Tulsa, Okla. – The Brady Arts District launched a new website today to educate the public about one of Tulsa’s famous historical districts. Located between the Interdispersal Loop and the Santa Fe Railway in Downtown Tulsa, the Brady Arts District is a culturally diverse area with a rich past in the […]

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