This Week in This Land

Posted August 23rd, 2013 in Culture

Burger House north Tulsa

Like TashaDoesTulsa.com and This Land Events? Odds are that you’ll love This Land Press, too. Each week we publish a variety of stories about Oklahoma, with the aim of broadening the understanding of life and culture in the state.

In case you’ve been busy, here’s a selection of what’s been posted this week.

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This Week in This Land

Posted August 16th, 2013 in Culture

Atlas Life Building Downtown Tulsa

Like TashaDoesTulsa.com and This Land Events? Odds are that you’ll love This Land Press, too. Each week we publish a variety of stories about Oklahoma, with the aim of broadening the understanding of life and culture in the state. In case you’ve been busy, here’s a selection of what’s been posted this week.

This week in This Land

Posted August 2nd, 2013 in Culture

sam noble museum of natural history norman oklahoma

Like TashaDoesTulsa.com and This Land Events? Odds are that you’ll love This Land Press, too. Each week we publish a variety of stories about Oklahoma, with the aim of broadening the understanding of life and culture in the state.

This week in This Land

Posted July 25th, 2013 in Culture

happenings

Like TashaDoesTulsa.com and This Land Events? Odds are that you’ll love This Land Press, too. Each week we publish a variety of stories about Oklahoma, with the aim of broadening the understanding of life and culture in the state.

GUIDE: The 2013 Woody Guthrie Folk Festival

Posted July 2nd, 2013 in Festivals, Free Stuff to Do, Music

Woody Guthrie Park Okemah Oklahoma

Woody turns 101 on the final day of this festival, a celebration of Guthrie’s influence on American folk and roots music. Guthrie’s birthplace of Okemah is flooded with thousands of music fans from across the country each year for four days of music, storytelling, and the great outdoors.

For reading, July 1 edition

Posted July 1st, 2013 in Culture

July 1 2013 this land press

Another one on the books. Get a preview here.

GUIDE: Fireworks and Fourth-of-July Celebrations in Oklahoma

Posted June 28th, 2013 in Culture, Festivals, Food, Free Stuff to Do, Kids and Families

by Jim Clark

Blackberry pie. Arm wrestling. Watermelon seed-spitting, a boot tossing, a raffle decided by a turkey. In other words, there’s more to Fourth of July in Oklahoma than flag-waving and pyrotechnics. Though there’s certainly plenty of those things, too.