Recently a 75-year-old man submitted a question on the Ask Tim page at AsktheBuilder.com. I get quite a few each week and answer each one. This particular question put a huge smile on my face because it screamed “Attitude.”
The "Super Bowl of midget racing" will have some changes, include 25 percent capacity, Karen Keith said on Jan. 6
Workers have installed nearly 200 glittering Waterford crystal triangles on Times Square's New Year's Eve ball in preparation for a pandemic-l…
Keith Keith says the event makes up 40 percent of the Expo's budget, but that "it was really an impossible thing to do."
Karen Keith: "The Expo staff went above and beyond to try to create as many safety protocols as it could."
A screen-bottomed tray feeder attracts lots of birds. Here is a simple DIY project to make a simple one.
Check out the list of acts set to perform at this year's Mayfest.
In its first earnings report as a public company, Square had some good news to deliver to investors.
The San Francisco company sold 25.7 million shares at $9 apiece after money managers leery of Square's unprofitable history refused to pay $11 to $13.
The new businesses will be open in time for the holidays.
A recently approved 93-mile fenceline annexation around the city of Bristow has raised the ire of some Creek County residents.
The Bartlett Square fountain, a victim of errant drivers for years, was rededicated Wednesday by the family of Mayor Dewey Bartlett.
There is no shortage of activity in Tulsa this spring weekend.
Shelley Brander recently wanted to show appreciation for the employees who work in her Loops yarn stores in Tulsa.
Construction on a $20 million, 80,000-square-foot office building that will house the Society of Exploration Geophysicists' new headquarters should finally begin in a matter of weeks.
New models from more than two dozen automakers, along with classic cars from the past, will be on display at the 2014 Tulsa Auto Show, Friday-Sunday at Expo Square, 4145 E. 21st St.