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[LET'S BUILD] D100 Modern(ish)/Superhero Cities

Unlike my previous post, this post will be for original cities rather than renamed ones. These can be more fantastical than the real world, too, operated on superhero comic rules. Some people are born with superpowers. Magic and supernatural creatures are real, albeit kept secret from the mundane world. Aliens occasionally invade, advanced technology can be found in many mad scientist labs, but the world as a whole is still recognizable as our own.
  1. Platinum City - A sparkling American east coast city, it's skyline covered in glass skyscrapers with monorails arcing between important buildings, this is one of the most technologically advanced cities in the world. It was always home to the prestigious Argent University of Science, but the city truly grew after a normally horrible accident. Research into the metahuman gene in the late 70s went wrong and polluted the soil and water in the area. Nearly 1 in 4 people born in the city are born with the metahuman gene. People flocked here hoping to give their future generations a better life. By the 90s, many tweens began manifesting powers and the city practically became a warzone. It was here that the concept of superheroes and supervillains became widespread. Those who didn't go mad with power found themselves using their powers to improve the city in the 2000s, leading it to the grand state it's in now.
  2. St. Vladimir - This Minnesotan city and the surrounding suburbs are more important to the world than most realize. While the mundane world knows of the powerful Russian mafia which seems to control the area, few know that these mafiosos are monster hunters. The city is silently in a feud between the hunters, vampires, and the black magic practitioners who flock to the city. Wendigos and ghouls lurk through the alleyways while vampires control many large businesses. The only reason the monsters remain is because of the structure that has formed, allowing most to obtain the necessary blood, flesh, and (in the warlocks' case) ritual components required for them to stave off death/starvation/their demonic masters.
  3. The Burg - a floating city composed of powerless folks trying to get away from the metahumans, the people there call it the last bastion of humanity if the "superfreaks" ever decide to destroy everything. This city floats around near the Arctic circle and is mostly a lashed together boat city. (u/seriousd6)
  4. Hana - well hidden desert city where the residents (powered and not) all live in harmony under a caring leader who is committed to stop the research into metahuman genetics, and believes that researchers in this field are performing harmful experiments on the people to further their ends. (u/seriousd6)
  5. The Cap - an extremely mechanical city (think steampunk) where a niche metahuman group has decided to band together, this has become a haven for all those with heat-related powers. The price for living is to help run the boilers that power the city, the reward is community and safety in numbers. (Bonus points if it is on or near a volcano) (u/seriousd6)
  6. Willowville- A small USA southern town. In the 1930s a small meteorite crashed and it’s strange ore contaminated the land and water. Generations later children are being born with powers, but the town leaders are doing al they can to keep it secret. (u/ravi95035)
  7. Peninsula City - west coast USA city founded by three supers in the late 1800s that now serves as a sanctuary city for supers. (u/ravi95035)
  8. Nairos - Northern African city protected by the Warriors of Clay (sentient clay golems), a safe haven for supers in that global area. (u/ravi95035)
  9. Salem's Burrow, Kansas- An unassuming farm town in the middle of no where. Most of the roads are dirt with a spartan few asphalt roads. Corn fields as far as the eye can see with an occasional old house or a different crop breaking the rows for a moment before more corn fields. In reality, it hides a troll market with tunnels from every basement and farm house (basically a market that sells everything from legitimate merchandise to slaves to counterfeit goods to black magic rituals schematics). All the farmers are the same entity that can manifest in various forms perfectly who been serving fey folks, supers, humans, and freaks as a cover for the eyes of various "unaligned" and hostile groups though only the most ancient beings know this secret. (u/Th3R3493r)
  10. The Okínihaŋ Reservation: It is a series of reservation Native American Reservation in South and North Dakota. Before the Government and pioneers came, the tribes stretched over the Great Plains. Now on the surface, it is the remnants of various tribes who run an empire of casinos and try to keep their traditions alive. Due to their legal system being different and the state of world, they operate a covert mercenary corps comprised of various "monsters" as most would call them from Lechuza (owl-women who specialized in nighttime recon and target extractions), Skin walkers (various roles from combat to subterfuge), Teihiihan and Nimerigar (supposedly dead formerly cannibalistic races of dwarf-like operators who are now engineering and forensic experts), Kushtaka (otter-men who aid forces in stealth maritime offensives), and various others including a few "Gods from the Time the Earth was new". They cover it up with actors and legitimate conspiracy theorist on the fringes constantly given every direction but the right ones. (u/Th3R3493r)
  11. !!! (pronounced by throwing your hands up and stomping loudly) or Paralite- It is an alien city nowadays. Not like tourist-trap towns, the aliens are there. !!! was secretly founded in 1956 by ⏃⌰⟊⍜⊑⋏ ⋔⏃⋏⌇⍜⋏ (in English, Al'John Manson) a "supposedly" exiled prince of scavenger civilization who brought a ⟟⌇☌⏃⌰⏃⋏⏁⟟⏃⋏ (Isgalantian) warship to the back yard of a doomsday prepper by the name of Jonathon Manson who became his advisor after this superpower of universal translation was found out accident as he cussed the alien warship out in fluent ☊⍜⋔⋔⍜⋏ (Common). After the CIA was tasked to "peacefully" resolve the problem and ⏃⌰⟊⍜⊑⋏ ⋔⏃⋏⌇⍜⋏ made a agreement to help forward technology to bested the Reds (who obtained scraped and damaged tech from the Tunguska event of 1908 and "The Night of Green Lights"), the town became a headquarter for the Black Suits (MiB like organzation) and a safe haven. With the first Cold War ending when the re-release of Grigori Yefimovich Rasputin by an unknown cosmic entity, the town was silently reclassified and became another Silicon Valley under the name Paralite and a embassy for friendly extraterrestrial alien lifeforms. (u/Th3R3493r)
  12. The Arks - it is a secret system of floating city much like the Burg, but, more selective of their population. Supers, Aliens, Freaks, Cryptids and Normals are equally accepted and screened with any possible damning flaws or factors will be grounds of denial or termination if they are compromised after entry. The Arks are attempts as an ultramodern semi-utopia and a backup plan if the sea rising causes the civilization to have go to sea permanently. While organized crime syndicates still attempt to get a foot hold on them, all attempts have been unsuccessful and unprofitable for now. But, as long the Arks are on the horizon and shanty town of boats trail behind them waiting for the day they can take an Ark for their side and to use as a forwarding base for operations. (u/Th3R3493r)
  13. Big Mountain, Nevada (Big Empty or Big MT) - formerly a government ran town that held the "best and brightest that the world had to offer". Long story short, "best and brightest" did not account for morals. So, with blank checks without a concern for ethics, morality, and human rights, It became a refugee full of mad scientist, mutants, mutates, and cyborgs. The current overseer has the town look and play like a sitcom 1950's suburbia minus most of the prejudices with the motto "Est Normalis Nova Impar (The Odd New Normal)". The Government officials supposed to run it were blacklisted for "being communist sympathizers" for various unsupported reasons in McCarthy's Witch Hunts. The town is still running on the funds from selling man-made precious metals and stone while in the guise of an unprofitable dying mining town on IRS records. (u/Th3R3493r)
  14. Carne Quemada, Texas - A small unassuming city founded near several important intersections after the rise of the railroad in America. If there was a head of livestock bound for the East Coast from West Coast, It went through Carney before heading further. On the surface, It is just another drive-by town with the headquarter of a small family ran butcher shop/BBQ joint, but, it is ran by puppet officials controlled a old money family, Navaneeth, that specializes in the Arcane Arts and Dark Arts. The family patriarch is reportedly over 2800 years old but still looks to be in his late 50 and in the body of an Olympian. This family has their hands in the rise and fall of nearly every major meat based company since the apex of Rome. 'Word to the Wise' is do NOT try to spread vegan or animal rights propaganda in the town unless you want to "go missing" and end up as the unquestioning "circuitry" of the eco-friendly automation in a far off slaughterhouse. (u/Th3R3493r)
  15. Capitol City, Ambiguous America - A large, metropolitan city with an Important American Landmark (capitol, museum, etc.). The city magically shifts forms and locations from time to time, leaving the inhabitants with no memory of it. No matter the form or location of the city it always represents an important part of American society. Capitol City exists within its own bubble, where people forget that leaving is an option. Whenever an alien, supervillain, kaiju, or magic-user attacks, chances are, it'll be here. The city has its own stock of good magic-users, superheroes, and military units, but these seem to shift in and out of being depending on the "genre" of the current disaster. In reality, Capitol City was created by a guild of powerful sorcerers who decided there should be somewhere on Earth to absorb disasters. It acts as a magnet for bad things and changes depending on what is needed to protect the rest of the world. (u/relinquisher42)
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Welcome to the B.L.o.K. (Big List of Kelowna)

Tons of posts are asking about this town (mine included), so I decided to go through the /kelowna history and put all the responses in a central place. It can be a guide for visitors and Kelowna newbies in general. All the information has been gathered exclusively from posts here. If you'd like to add anything to the list, or see any errors, reply below and I'll add it to the main post below. (Mods, if this is long-term useful, you can sticky it.)

Activities & Things To Do

Indoor

Outdoor

Barber

Bike Rental

Breweries / Craft Beer

Camping

BC Parks Campgrounds Reserve

Other Camping

Concert Hosts / Weeklies / Promoter Events

Dispensaries

Dog Parks

Festivals & Annual Large Events

Fly Fishing

Food and Restaurants

Asian

Chinese

Dog-friendly

Good for Groups

Indian

Ramen

Thai

Brunch

French

Hamburgers

Italian

Mexican / Comida Latina

Pies

Pizza

Subs / Sandwhiches

Sushi

Tasting Menus

Steakhouse

Vegan & Vegetarian

Not Dedicated Vegan, but a Decent Vegan Selection

Wineries

Wings

Gaming

Gyms

Hiking

Ice Skating

Internet Service Providers

Live Music

Mountain Biking

Nightlife / Clubs

Places to Avoid

Real Estate Agents

Salons

Hair

Nails

Skiing & Snowboarding

Local, within 90 minutes

Within a few hours drive

Helicopter

Cross Country & Nordic

Strippers

Swimming Pools

Taxis / Driver Service

(There's no Uber or Lyft in Kelowna)

Tailor

Tattoos

Theatre

Thrift Stores / Consignment Stores

Veterinarians

Watch Hockey

Wineries

Yoga

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Trucker's Guide to When Every State is Reopening

Trucker's Guide to When Every State is Reopening
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We understand business owners and drivers don’t have time to sort through all the different news coming out about COVID-19, so TopMark has made a detailed truckers guide to when each state will reopen. Updated regularly, this article will include the newest information on when each and every state plans on lifting or extending their stay at home orders.
The COVID-19 Pandemic has had a massive impact on trucker’s daily routines so we are are here to help out. Check out our COVID-19 Updates section for the latest information as it relates to the trucking industry.

ALABAMA

The current stay-at-home order will remain in effect until April 30.
Alabama Governor Ivey said the state needs to expand its testing before resuming normal economic activity despite being eager to get the state’s economy moving.

ALASKA

On April 24th, Alaska allowed businesses and restaurants to open back up in most parts of the state. These personal services and companies must do so under strict health and safety restrictions.
Bigger cities like Anchorage delayed their partial opening until April 27th.
Additionally, Governor Dunleavy has said citizens may visit their doctors and schedule elective surgeries on/after May 4th.

ARIZONA

Governor Ducey has announced the stay at home order will continue only until April 30th. The state also will allow elective surgeries to continue starting on May 1st.
On the other hand, Navajo Nation’s government will remain closed until May 17th.

ARKANSAS

While there is no exact date, Governor Hutchinson has plans to loosen the restrictions on businesses over the next few weeks. This means certain non-essential businesses will be allowed to operate.
Elective surgeries were allowed to continue on April 27th.

CALIFORNIA

CA Governor Gavin Newsome has not announced any official end to the stay at home order. Despite that, the state has allowed the scheduling of important surgeries like heart surgery or cancerous tumor removal.
The state is limiting the issuing of permits for events and activities for the foreseeable future. On April 13th, the Governor announced the Western States Pact with Oregon and Washington. This pact articulates that these 3 states will operate together in their reopening on when it is safe to do so. Nevada and Colorado have also joined this pact.

COLORADO

Colorado’s stay at home order has been replaced with a “safer at home” strategy that started on April 27th. While not mandatory, residents are heavily urged to stay at home as much as possible. High-risk populations have been asked to stay home at all times possible.
Special businesses that offer curbside pick up are now open. Additionally, personal training and dog grooming have been allowed to resume (if they follow social distancing practices). Elective medical procedures have also been allowed to continue.
Governor Polis states that more businesses will be allowed to open in the following weeks. On May 4th, non-essential office work will be allowed to continue. Colorado has also coordinated its re-opening plans with Nevada, California, Oregan, and Washington.

CONNECTICUT

The mandatory state shutdown will continue until May 20th. Governor Lamont has recommended a higher amount of COVID-19 testing before the state can start is opening plans.
Connecticut has joined with New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Deleware, and Massachusettes to coordinate the reopening of the Northeast.

DELAWARE

Deleware Governor Carney has extended the statewide stay at home order until May 15th or when the “public health threat is eliminated.” The state has said that opening can start upon seeing a 28 days decline of new COVID-19 cases.
Additionally, the state has joined up with the other states in the Northeast to ensure a safe re-opening and start to their economy. The governor also stated that even if the state reopens, social distancing, hand washing, face covering, and a limit on large gatherings will stay in effect.

FLORIDA

The stay at home order for Florida will continue until April 30th. Beaches of Florida are able to reopen if the local leaders have decided it is safe to do so. On the other hand, the Keys will not reopen to visitors or tourism until June or later.

GEORGIA

State restrictions were eased starting on April 24th. Businesses like tattoo shops, gyms, bowling alleys, barbers and hair salons, nail salons, and others have been allowed to re-open if they follow safe distancing rules.
Nightclubs and bars are still closed with no clear word on when reopening can continue.

HAWAII

Governor Ige has stated that the stay at home order will last through April 30th and potentially later. Bigger cities like Honolulu have their own independent stay at home order which extends through all of May.

IDAHO

The state of Idaho is currently allowing businesses to operate under certain conditions like curbside pickup, drive-thru/drive-in, or delivery. The state doesn’t have an explicit stay at home order but rather an “Order to Self Isolate” that ends on April 30th. There is no official word on when the full state will open.

ILLINOIS

Illinois Governor Pritzker has stated the stay at home order will extend to May 30th based on data they have analyzed in the last two months. Some modifications may be made in that time and restrictions lifted depending on testing and tracing initiatives.

INDIANA

Indiana’s current stay at home order ends on May 1st. Governor Holcomb has said that he is going to work with the state hospital association to determine when elective surgeries may continue.

IOWA

So far, Iowa has not given an official stay at home order. Governor Reynolds did issue a State of Public Health Disaster Emergency in mid-March. This required all nonessential businesses to close until April 30.
On April 27th, the government stated the 77 of Iowa’s 99 counties can begin reopening on May 1st. This includes gyms, restaurants, enclosed malls, and retail stores if they stay at 50% capacity. The remaining 22 counties have higher rates of COVID-19 and will have their closures extend until at least May 15th.

KANSAS

Kansas’ stay at home order is expected to end on May 3rd.
Governor Kelly has said that the state “nowhere near where we need to be with testing supplies,” which could mean the stay at order will be extended. Either way, the state plans to loosen restrictions in a gradual rollout rather than an all at once reopening.

KENTUCKY

Kentucky Governor Beshear has begun to reopen the health sectors of the state. On April 27, in person, office and ambulance visits were allowed to continue. Additionally, diagnostic, radiology and non-urgent visits are allowed.
The state plans to reopen the state in phases, with restrictions easing each week for a four week period. This reopening plan will begin on May 11th but could be pushed back depending on COVID circumstances.
Additionally, customers and employees will be asked to wear a mask while visiting/working in essential businesses.

LOUISIANA

Louisiana Governor Edwards has extended the stay at home order until May 15. Despite that, some restrictions have been lifted for nonessential businesses.
On May 1st, retail stores can open under the condition of offering curbside delivery only. Restaurants will also be allowed to offer seats to customers, but there will be no wait staff or table service. Customers are allowed to sit outside and eat at restaurants as long as the mind social distancing rules. Gov. Edwards has also required all workers that are interacting with the public to wear masks.
Despite the easing of restrictions, Edwards says the state is not near where it should be in regards to new cases, hospitalizations, and testing.

MAINE

Maine issued a “Stay Healthy at Home” executive order that lasts through at least April 30. Additionally, Governor Mills extended the state’s civil state of emergency until May 15.
The state of Maine has joined its neighbors New Hampshire and Vermont on planning their state’s reopening measures

MARYLAND

Maryland Governor Hogan outlined a three-stage reopening plan on April 24th. This will allow a gradual reopening of non-essential businesses, gatherings, and public services. Not giving a clear date, the governor stated that the easing of restrictions may begin in early May if COVID-19 hospital cases decline.
The first phase includes allowing certain small businesses to reopen, outdoor gym glasses, recreational activities to continue, and allowing religious gatherings of limited attendance. Certain medical procedures will be allowed to continue as well.
The second phase allows raising the minimum number of people allowed in a gathering, childcare services reopening, indoor gyms, the return of transit schedules, and bars and restaurants reopening under certain conditions.
The last phase allows larger social gatherings in places like religions services, entertainment venues, and dining establishments along with fewer restrictions on nursing homes and hospital visits.

MASSACHUSETTS

Currently, the state’s emergency order that requires all nonessential business to be closed ends on May 4th. Governor Baker has informed citizens that he and state officials have begun discussing the reopening of the state but there isn’t a clear plan yet.
Before reopening, the state says they need to have more testing, tracing, and quarantine procedures in place.
Massachusetts is actively working with its neighboring Northeastern states to develop a plan to reopen the economy.

MICHIGAN

Michigan’s stay at home order extends til at least May 15th. Currently, Governor Whitmer has eased restrictions of their COVID-19 response, allowing some businesses to open and outdoor activities to continue.
Most recently, the governor has allowed landscapers, nurseries, lawn service companies, and bike shops to re-open as long as they follow social distancing rules. Additionally, citizens are allowed to travel between houses and visit family members even though it isn’t encouraged.

MINNESOTA

Minnesota has allowed some businesses to open starting on April 27th. This order allows 80,000 to 100,000 office, industrial, and manufacturing workers to return to their jobs.
Governor Walz has stated that businesses must create and implement a COVID-19 readiness plan that outlines what measures they are taking to protect their worker’s health and safety.

MISSISSIPPI

Mississippi “safe at home” executive order will remain for two weeks and expire on the upcoming Monday. Right now, Governor Reeves urgers all citizens to stay home whenever possible. Any at-risk citizens are required to shelter in place.
State officials have also begun relaxing some restrictions on non-essential businesses if they offer curbside delivery, drive-thru, or other delivery options. Other nonessential businesses remained closed for now.

MISSOURI

Missouri’s stay at home order lasts until May 3rd. Governor Parson has stated that he is working with hospitals, health officials, and business leaders to develop the state’s reopening plan.
Businesses will be able to open as long as they keep up the six-feet social distancing rules. Additionally, any indoor retail business will be forced to limit its capacity to 25%. The governor has allowed local leaders to determine if their cities and towns need stricter rules.

MONTANA

Montana began reopening on April 26th, allowing individuals and businesses to have fewer restrictions. Retail and street businesses were able to open on April 27th if they follow social distancing practices and limit store capacity. Restaurants and bars can start offering some services after May 4th while businesses like gyms, theaters, and places of large assembly must remain closed.
The state’s travel quarantine will still remain, requiring non-work related out of state travelers to quarantine themselves for 14 days.

NEBRASKA

Nebraska state officials plan to relax some of their COVID restrictions on May 4th. Nebraska is one of the few states that issued no stay at home order for its citizens.
On May 4th, restaurants will be allowed to let customers inside as long as they operate under 50% of normal capacity. Businesses like salons, barbers, tattoo parlors, and massage centers are limited to 10 people in a store at a time. They are also required to wear face coverings or masks. Churches will also be allowed to continue worship as long as those attending stay 6 feet apart.
All other businesses like bars and theaters are required to stay closed until May 31st.

NEVADA

The current stay at home order is set to expire on April 30th but Governor Sisolak says the state is currently not ready to reopen.
Despite that, Mayors in cities like Las Vegas have been urging for the reopening of Casinos. Currently, there is no set reopening time or plan for casinos or other similar businesses in the state.

NEW HAMPSHIRE

New Hampshire’s stay at home order will remain until May 4th but could be extended depending on the circumstances. The current State of Emergency was extended to May 15th by Governor Sununu.

NEW JERSEY

As of now, there is no expiration date to New Jersey’s stay at home order that began on March 21st. Like many other states in the area, New Jersey has teamed up with its Northeastern neighbors like New York and Delaware to develop a plan on when to reopen their economies.

NEW MEXICO

Governor Grishman has extended New Mexico’s stay at home order until May 15th. After that period, there will be a gradual reopening of some businesses if conditions are safe to do so. The governor states that there is “no magical date” for when the state will be safe to reopen all businesses.

NEW YORK

One of the hardest-hit states, New York has some of the most detailed plans for COVID 19. Governor Cuomo’s “New York State on PAUSE” executive order was issued on March 22nd. There is no clear end date for New York’s restrictions, but as of now, nonessential businesses are required to stay closed until May 15th.
The state officials have stated the reopening is going to happen in phases once the state meets the federal guidelines that hospitalizations decline for 14 days. The first phase includes construction and manufacturing businesses to continue. The second phase would be implemented by a business-by-business analysis of risk. Governor Cuomo did state that each phase will have a 2 week period between to monitor the results.

NORTH CAROLINA

North Carolina’s current stay at home order for North Carolina is extended through May 8th.
Governor Cooper has stated the state could open in three phases if COVID-19 cases continue to decrease. Phase one would be that stay at home orders would remain, but some non-essential businesses will be able to open. Phase two includes the lifting of stay at home orders for those not at risk and the reopening of bars, restaurants, and churches under reduced capacity. Phase three would ease the restrictions for at-risk populations and allowed increased attendance at businesses and social gatherings.

NORTH DAKOTA

North Dakota has stated that many closed businesses may be allowed to open on May 1st. The state is another one of the few places with no explicit stay at home order and only shut down schools, gyms, restaurants, salons, and theaters.
Governor Burgum says that he is going to follow the federal guidelines in deciding to officially reopen the state.

OHIO

Governor Dewine’s stay at home order currently extends until May 1st. After that, the state will begin its first phases of reopening but do not have any specifics at this time. As of now, large events with big crowds are not expected to open anytime soon.

OKLAHOMA

Oklahoma began lifting restrictions on businesses as early as April 24th. The reopening plan is a three-phase operation that will progress when COVID-19 data tells state officials it is safe to do so.
Restaurants, theaters, gyms, and sporting events will be allowed to open after May 1st if they follow strict social distancing practices. On the other hand, bars will remain closed.

OREGON

Governor Brown issued an executive order requiring citizens to stay at home and will stay in effect until ended by her. There has been no official word on when the order will end but some restrictions on businesses will be lifted on May 1st.
This will allow hospitals, surgical centers, and medical and dental offices to resume nonemergency procedures as long as they follow safe COVID-19 distancing and sanitation practices.
State officials say more restrictions will not be eased until the state sees the following: a decrease in the growth of active COVID-19 cases, sufficient personal protective equipment available, large open capacity in hospitals, increased testing, tracing and isolating of new cases, and plans on how to protect at-risk communities.

PENNSYLVANIA

Pennsylvania is set to reopen the state in three phases that begin on May 8th.
The phases, broken down in red, yellow, and green, will be analyzed and remain in the interest of flattening the curve in the state. Recently, Governor Wolf announced that marinas, golf courses, guided fishing trips, and private campgrounds are allowed to reopen on May 1st under the condition that they follow social distancing protocols.
The state has joined with its northeastern neighbors to develop a plan on when it is safe to reopen their economies.

RHODE ISLAND

Rhode Island’s current stay at home order extends until May 8th and is actively working on new measures to open parks and beaches.
Governor Raimondo is actively working with neighboring states in the Northeast to develop a collective plan on how they should open their economies.

SOUTH CAROLINA

South Carolina allowed the reopening of some retail stores on April 20th. This included department stores, sporting goods stores, flea markets, businesses that sell books, furniture, music, flowers, clothing, and accessories. This was done under the condition that the businesses remained at 20% regular capacity or 5 people per 1000 square feet.
Governor McMaster’s State of Emergency has been extended until May 12th.

SOUTH DAKOTA

South Dakota never issued an official stay at home order. Governor Noem stated that despite that, the citizens of South Dakota were staying home at greater rates than states that had an active shelter in place order.

TENNESSEE

Governor Lee has allowed restaurants and retail outlets to open as long as they remain at 50% capacity. Additionally, some state parks have been allowed to return to business as usual. There is no official word on when other businesses will be able to reopen or have restrictions lifted.

TEXAS

Stay at Home orders for Texas currently extend till April 30th. Retail stores, restaurants, malls, theaters, museums, and libraries will be allowed to reopen on May 1st if they limit to 25% of their regular operating capacity.

UTAH

Utah’s “Stay Safe, Stay Home” directive extends until May 1st. Despite that, all schools will remain closed for the remainder of the year.
The state has not issued an official stay at home mandate, but citizens have been urged to stay at home as much as possible and restaurants are not allowed to have dining rooms operating. Utah is currently developing a plan for how and when further restrictions will be lifted.

VERMONT

Vermont has a similar “Stay Safe, Stay Home” order that extends until May 15th. Governor Scott has also developed a 5 point plan on how to open the state while fighting the COVID-19 outbreak. Phase one of the plan included allowing construction businesses, home appraisers, municipal clerks, and property managers to continue work on April 20th if they followed social distancing measures. Starting on May 1st, farmers' markets will be allowed to open as long as the social distancing guidelines are followed.

VIRGINIA

The state of Virginia’s stay at home order is effective until June 10th. Reopening the state will be done in a way that focuses on public health, says Governor Northam.
Limiting state restrictions will be done in phases outlined in the “Forward Virginia” blueprint. Steps include continued social distancing, limited public gatherings, the use of masks in public, etc. The state will begin reopening when data and health experts suggest it is safe to do so.

WASHINGTON

Stay at Home orders in Washington state currently last until May 4th. Additionally, most parks and recreational areas will be allowed to open on May 5th.
Washington has joined California, Oregan, Nevada, and Colorado in the Western States Pact to determine when it is safe to reopen their economies.

WEST VIRGINIA

Governor Justice has introduced the “Comeback Roadmap” as an outline of how the state will reopen going forward. The plan contains three phases that are broken up into weeks. Week one allows hospitals to start elective medical procedures and also allows the reopening of outpatient healthcare including primary care, dental, mental health, and more. Daycare centers will also be allowed to reopen.
Week two would allow businesses with less than 10 workers to go back to work. Restaurants with outdoor seating could resume service and church and funerals services could start again.
In the third phase, which is a three-week process, includes retail stores, gyms, hotels, spas, casinos, and other businesses to reopen. Additionally, offices and government businesses could return. Each of these phases would include the required temperature checks and mask-wearing.

WISCONSIN

Governor Evers’ stay at home order extends until May 26th. Restrictions were lifted on certain businesses like libraries, arts and crafts stores, and other places that provided materials needed to make face masks as long as they could provide curbside pickup. Golf courses have also opened around the state.

WYOMING

Another state without an official stay at home order, Wyoming did request a federal disaster declaration on April 9th. Currently, all out of state travelers are required to quarantine themselves for 14 days until April 30th.

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Updated List of things to Do - 2018 Edition

Happy New Year /Detroit! Every day people come to ask "What should I do in the city??" and this updated thread is our chance to tell them. It's been 3+ years since its been updated so a lot has changed. Keeping a similar format to the 2014 and 2011 editions comment below with any suggestion(s) and a short reason why you recommend it.
Everyone's collective picks will be added into the list below and then added to the sidebar. Closed businesses have already been removed, new Museums section now broken out, if you have any adds/deletes/edits to existing list, just shout it out, I'll leave this post as a sticky and open over the next week so all have a chance to contribute. See below:

Entertainment & Attractions

Public Spaces/Parks:
Entertainment Venues:
Seasonal:
Other:

Museums & Exhibits

  • Detroit Institute of Arts Free for Wayne, Oakland, and Macomb county residents.
  • Motown Museum the birthplace of Motown music, located in New Center
  • Henry Ford Museum/Greenfield Village Good for vistors if they have a few hours and transportation.
  • MOCAD Contemporary Art Museum in an amazing raw space, always changing exhibitions and a nice little shop inside. Located on Woodward in Midtown.
  • Michigan Science Center hands-on exhibits, IMAX Dome, Planetarium, mad scientists with liquid nitrogen and lightning. good for kids, located in Midtown.
  • Outdoor Adventure Center located in the newly restored Globe Trading Building.
  • Charles H. Wright Museum of African-American History
  • Tuskegee Airmen Museum
  • African Bead Museum
  • Dossin Great Lakes Museum located on Belle Isle
  • Ford Piquette Plant historic auto production facility and birthplace of the Model T.

Retail & Shopping

  • John K. King Books Downtown; Largest used bookstore in the state, located in an old glove warehouse
  • Pewabic Pottery near Islandview; Detroit original, lots of original ceramic art work to view and purchase
  • Third Man Records Retail store and Vinyl Manufacturing plant, owned/operated by Jack White
  • City Bird Midtown; Handmade goods from local and regional designers
  • People's Records Gratiot in Eastern Market; Internationally renowned treasure trove of rare vinyl, with a focus on Detroit produced stuff
  • Hello Records Corktown; Newer record shop with a great collection of new and old vinyl
  • Pure Detroit Downtown and New Center; Detroit themed t-shirts, magnets, etc.
  • Shinola Flagship Store watches, bikes and leather goods.
  • The Hub A Bicycle shop with a charitable bent and affordable bikes.
  • Avenue of Fashion Located at Livernois and Outer Drive; shopping district off the beaten path
  • Run Detroit Running gear store in Midtown, hosts a welcoming run club every Saturday morning at 8am
  • Paramita Sound Record store in West Village

Places to eat:

  • Coney Islands Lafayette or American, take your pick. Duly's Place in Mexicantown as another OG contender.
  • Supino Pizzeria Eastern Market; Best NY style pizza in the city, delicious fresh ingredients
  • Cass Cafe Restaurant and art gallery in Cass Corridor.
  • Green Dot Stables Grab your saddle, best sliders in the city.
  • Johnny Noodle King one of Detroit's ramen noodle houses
  • The Bronx Midtown. Classic dive bar with an equally classic jukebox and a burger that's out of this world.
  • Sweetwater Tavern Downtown, /Detroit's pick for 'Best Wings in the City'
  • Buddy's Pizza Original Detroit style pizza, well regarded by foodies and chefs.
  • Rock City Eatery on Woodward in Midtown. Cheap drinks and great food.
  • Dutch Girl Donuts Palmer Park. Best donuts in the city, been doing it the same way forever.
  • Mudgies Deli Corktown fresh sandwich shop with patio, recently expanded.
  • Cadieux Cafe Jazz music throughout the week and authentic Featherbowling.
  • Slow's BBQ Corktown. BBQ that put Corktown as a food destination on the map. Check out Slows-To-Go in Midtown if you're looking to skip the wait.
  • The Food Exchange famous for the Big Baby burger
  • Vincente's Great Cuban food. Salsa dancing. 20+ types of tequila
  • Ottava Via Italian joint in Corktown. Great food, laid back atmosphere.
  • Mercury Bar Good food and beer selection and the atmosphere is really cool.
  • Townhouse located Downtown
  • Bucharest Grill Amazing Shawarma and good prices, 3 locations around the city.
  • Scotty Simpson's Northwest side for fish and chips
  • Polish Village Cafe Eat your Polish Grandmother's cooking. A Hamtramck staple.
  • The Whitney Restaurant in a gorgeous historic mansion. Ambience is spectacular, food has gone through down periods. Good spot for an important date night. Don't be surprised to see a marriage proposal.
  • Giovanni's Arguably the best Italian food in the city. Neighborhood is what happens when you zone Heavy Industrial in Sim City, but the food, service and ambience are world-class.
  • London Chop House A famous Detroit restaurant name brought back to life, it's a classic dark-wood, old-school steakhouse. Frank Sinatra and Henry Ford II had tables there. Just opened a cigar bar in the same building for after-dinner lounging.
  • Roast "Iron Chef" Michael Symon's restaurant in the Westin Book Cadillac hotel. Things happen to meat here that you never thought possible.
  • Joe Muer's Seafood Like the London Chop House, a classic name from Detroit restaurant history brought back to life. Located in the ground floor of the GM Renaissance Center, lunch is comprised almost entirely of GM suppliers taking their customers out to lunch, but dinner is another matter.
  • Golden Fleece Greektown. "Best Gyro in town" and other greek specialties.
  • Mexicantown Most authentic Mexican food in the city, can't go wrong: Los Altos, Taqueria Lupitas, Taqueria Nuestra Familia, Taqueria El Rey, or Taqueria Mi Pueblo.
  • ** Takoi** Northern Thai inspired restaurant. James Beard finalist
  • Selden Standard Fine dining, local, small plates. Also great brunch.
  • Wright & Co Fine dining, local, small plates.
  • Republic Fine dining, local, small plates.
  • ima Corktown, Udon noodles.
  • Flower's of Vietnam Vietnamese restaurant run by a Lebanese chef in an old Mexicantown coney. Only in Detroit.
  • Polonia Restaurant Home style Polish and Eastern European food, located right next to Polish Village cafe in Hamtramck.
  • Apparatus Room Fine restaurant & bar in the Detroit Foundation Hotel near Cobo Center.
  • People's Bakery One of Southwest's finest local shops.

Brunch Spots

  • Cliff Bells Foxtown. Bottomless mimosas and bloody Mary's and great selection of French and Soul Food inspired dishes
  • Hudson Cafe Downtown. Red velvet pancakes, graham cracker-crusted French toast, and Voodoo Eggs Benedict
  • Seva Midtown. great Brunch for Vegan's and Vegetarian's- Small but good beewine selection
  • Brooklyn Street Local Corktown. banana pancakes with caramelized walnuts, an inevitably delicious quiche-of-the-day, and of course, the Hangover Special, and some damn good Poutine!
  • La Dolce Vita North Detroit. smooth jazz, salmon hash, and the shrimp Benedict make for a fabulous brunch experience
  • The Dime Store Downtown. a great selection of Omelets, Benedicts, Sandwiches, and Hash (from Executive Chef Josh, who has spent 2 decades in award winning restaraunts in Chicago, NYC, and A2) and of course, BOOZE! (Their Duck Rueben is out of this world)
  • Foran's Grand Trunk Pub Downtown. Great meal options throughout the day but their brunch is great (May I recommend their Corktown sandwich or the Lobster Benedict) with a great local beer selection to boot
  • Rose's Fine Foods Rivertown. Homesick for mom's cooking? This place has incredible baked goods and delicious sandwiches that make you feel right at home
  • The Clique Breakfast spot on Jefferson in Rivertown area
  • Honest Johns Midtown. Good all around menu, drink list and Chicken & Waffles.
  • Detroit Institute of Bagels Traditional bagels plus soups & sandwiches in an airy, industrial space with counter seating.

Places to drink:

Breweries:
  • Batch Brewing Co. Corktown small batch brewery with 15+ beers on tap and Louisiana-style food.
  • Detroit Beer Co. Great beer as well as great food. The Hair of the Dog burger is fantastic.
  • Atwater Detroit brewery near the Riverfront
  • Brew Detroit Contract brewing facility with a great open space and their own brews. Across the park from Batch. The Loaded Die hosts Tuesday boardgame nights here.
  • Eastern Market Brewing Company The large pink elephant mural is hard to miss.
  • Founders taproom Needs no introduction
  • Motor City Brewing Works Midtown; Microbrewery with delicious beer and uniquely-topped pizzas, rooftop seating in the Summer
  • Jolly Pumpkin Brewery Tap room specializing in Sour Beer and Ciders
Bars:
  • Motor City Wine located in Corktown.
  • SugarHouse Carefully crafted cocktails in a hunting lodge sharing a wall with Slow's. Hells yea.
  • Woodbridge Pub
  • Cafe D'Mongo's a unique and eclectic "speakeasy." reasonably priced and strong cocktails, live music every night (Fri & Sat only)
  • Cliff Bells a solid jazz club right downtown (could be under entertainment as well)
  • Dakota Inn Rathskeller a German underground beer hall that transports you straight to Europe, featuring German food, music, and beer. Especially popular during Oktoberfest (mid-September to end of October).
  • Jacoby's Biergarten good selection of draft beer, solid German food, and a huge international beer selection
  • Jolly Ol' Timers North Cass Corridor. If they're open, you won't find a bar full of more interesting people.
  • Old Miami Midtown. A Veterans bar, During the summer, the back yard is the best place to drink in the city.
  • Foran's Grand Trunk Pub Downtown; great selection of local Michigan beers, with decent food to accompany it
  • Northern Lights Lounge New Center bar with a great patio and decent food.
  • Two Way Inn One of the oldest bars in the city
  • The Skip Popular alley bar in The Belt
  • Ready Player One Barcarde
  • Checker BaOffworld Arcade Burger bar & Barcade near Campus Martius
Coffeeshops:
  • Astro Coffee a popular cafe in Corktown
  • Great Lakes Coffee Roasting Co. Chill coffee bar with beer, wine and some food.
  • Socre Tea A tea shop/cafe in midtown. Tucked away on Garfield and John R. Super quiet and relaxing.
  • Ashe Supply Co. Small-batch java drinks plus pastries, sandwiches and other goods just off Grand Circus Park in Downtown
  • Dessert Oasis Espresso, house-roasted coffee & pastries served in a brick-walled space with artwork & live music. Good window views located Downtown in Capital Park.

Landmarks

  • The Grand Lobbies of Detroit See here: http://imgur.com/a/tqC8i
  • Guardian Building another beautiful example of Art Deco architecture
  • Fisher Building "the worlds largest art project" and a prime example of Detroit's rich Art Deco history
  • The Fist of Joe Louis Woodward/Jefferson Ave
  • Ford Piquette Plant historic auto production facility and birthplace of the Model T.
  • The Spirit of Detroit Woodward/Jefferson Ave.
  • Hart Plaza Found along the Riverwalk; a public space that's home to Movement, Detroit Jazz Fest and other festivals throughout the year.
  • Senator Palmer’s Font Hill Log House and fountain in Palmer Park (when open).
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What's happening around town (Wed, Jan 2nd - Tue, Jan 8th)

Tulsa's event list.

Ongoing

Wednesday, Jan 2nd

Thursday, Jan 3rd

Friday, Jan 4th

  • Acie James Duo (Blackbird On Pearl - Tulsa) Start Time: 9:00pm
  • The Conciliation Series (January Installment Opening) Artwork by Elizabeth Henley & Nicole Donis (Black Wall Street Theatre - Tulsa) Start Time: 6:00pm
  • Cultural Fronteriza + The EXPERIENCE (Hardesty Arts Center (AHHA) - Tulsa) Thru Sun, Jan 6th Start Time: 12:00pm
  • First Friday (Hardesty Arts Center (AHHA) - Tulsa) Start Time: 5:00pm
  • The Four Tops in Concert (Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa - Catoosa) Head to Tulsa’s Hard Rock Casino & Resort to see Motown legends The Four Tops in concert. Led by one-of-a-kind…
  • Garden of Lights (The Gardens - Tulsa) Thru Sun, Jan 6th Get into the holiday spirit at Garden of Lights festival at Tulsa Botanic Gardens. Take in the beautiful sight of…
  • "Gray Matters" by Todd Sparks (Chrysalis Salon & Spa - Tulsa) Start Time: 6:00pm
  • Hello, Penumbra: A Tulsa Artist Fellowship and Living Arts’ Curatorial Partnership (Hardesty Arts Center (AHHA) - Tulsa) 1 day left Start Time: 12:00pm
  • The Human Experiment (The Vanguard - Tulsa) Start Time: 7:00pm
  • John Mellencamp Exhibit & VR Dust Bowl Experience (Woody Guthrie Center - Tulsa) Thru Sun, Jan 6th Start Time: 10:00am
  • John Mellencamp special exhibit will be open for $5 entry after 6 pm (Woody Guthrie Center - Tulsa) Start Time: 6:00pm
  • 😂 Julie Scoggins (Loony Bin - Tulsa) 1 day left
  • Northeastern Oklahoma Wood Turners Association (108|Contemporary - Tulsa) Thru Sun, Jan 6th Start Time: 12:00pm
  • 🎭 Tulsa Oilers (BOK Center - Tulsa) Thru Sun, Jan 6th Start Time: 7:05pm
  • 🏆 Tulsa Oilers vs. Allen Americans (BOK Center - Tulsa) Start Time: 7:05pm
  • OPENING Jason Wilson, ‘Hardline’ (Mainline - Tulsa) Start Time: 6:00pm
  • OPENING "Jewelry by K. Marina" (Colors Of Etnika - Tulsa) Start Time: 6:00pm
  • OPENING Summer Rose & Mixed Media Figurative and Abstract paintings. (Bar 46 - Tulsa) Start Time: 6:00pm
  • OPENING "Then and Now" - Cynthia Brown, Shane Brown, JP Morrison Lans, Chris Wollard (Tulsa Artists Coalition - Tulsa) Start Time: 6:00pm
  • Remember This + Bean Dance: Hopi Kachina Carvings (Philbrook Downtown - Tulsa) Thru Sun, Jan 6th Start Time: 11:00am
  • Tulsa Shoot Out (Expo Square: Central Park Hall - Tulsa) 1 day left The Tulsa Shoot-out is the largest micro sprint racing event in the country. With up to 1,000 participants gathered at Tulsa…
  • Winterfest (Downtown - Tulsa) Thru Sun, Jan 6th Downtown Tulsa is transformed into a festive wonderland during Winterfest, an annual holiday tradition. Bring friends and…

Saturday, Jan 5th

  • Brad James Band (Blackbird On Pearl - Tulsa) Start Time: 9:00pm
  • Classics Concert Series (Tulsa Performing Art Center - Tulsa) The Tulsa Symphony Orchestra presents a regular Classics Concert Series. Take a seat at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center,…
  • 🎭 Classics III: Prokofiev's Romeo and Juliet (Tulsa Performing Art Center - Tulsa) Start Time: 7:30pm Sublime and sparkling, this program features a delightful variety of music from Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Michael Gandolfi, and Sergei Prokofiev. Daniel...
  • Cultural Fronteriza + The EXPERIENCE (Hardesty Arts Center (AHHA) - Tulsa) 1 day left Start Time: 12:00pm
  • Dia de Reyes (The Gilcrease Museum - Tulsa) Start Time: 1:00pm Conclude your seasonal celebrations with a cherished Latin American tradition rooted in the spirit of benevolence, Dia de Reyes. Bring the whole family...
  • DJ FenixFX (The Majestic - Tulsa) Start Time: 9:00pm
  • 🎭 The Drunkard and the Olio (Tulsa Spotlight Theatre - Tulsa) Start Time: 7:30pm
  • Garden of Lights (The Gardens - Tulsa) 1 day left Get into the holiday spirit at Garden of Lights festival at Tulsa Botanic Gardens. Take in the beautiful sight of…
  • Hello, Penumbra: A Tulsa Artist Fellowship and Living Arts’ Curatorial Partnership (Hardesty Arts Center (AHHA) - Tulsa) Last Day Start Time: 12:00pm
  • John Mellencamp Exhibit & VR Dust Bowl Experience (Woody Guthrie Center - Tulsa) 1 day left Start Time: 10:00am
  • 😂 Julie Scoggins (Loony Bin - Tulsa) Last Day
  • Nathan Perry (The Vanguard - Tulsa) Start Time: 7:00pm
  • Northeastern Oklahoma Wood Turners Association (108|Contemporary - Tulsa) 1 day left Start Time: 12:00pm
  • 🎭 Tulsa Oilers (BOK Center - Tulsa) 1 day left Start Time: 7:05pm
  • 🏆 Tulsa Oilers vs. Idaho Steelheads (BOK Center - Tulsa) Day 1 of 2 Start Time: 7:05pm
  • Oklahoma Gun Show (Expo Square - Tulsa) Day 1 of 2 The Oklahoma Gun Show at Expo Square in Tulsa is sure to have the products you are looking for with a wide selection of…
  • ORU Golden Eagles vs Western Illinois Leathernecks (Mabee Center - Tulsa) The ORU Golden Eagles women's basketball team strives for success on the court. Watch the team work together toward…
  • Remember This + Bean Dance: Hopi Kachina Carvings (Philbrook Downtown - Tulsa) 1 day left Start Time: 11:00am
  • Rosy Hips + David Castro (The Hunt Club - Tulsa) Start Time: 10:00pm
  • Tulsa Shoot Out (Expo Square: Central Park Hall - Tulsa) Last Day The Tulsa Shoot-out is the largest micro sprint racing event in the country. With up to 1,000 participants gathered at Tulsa…
  • Winterfest (Downtown - Tulsa) 1 day left Downtown Tulsa is transformed into a festive wonderland during Winterfest, an annual holiday tradition. Bring friends and…

Sunday, Jan 6th

Monday, Jan 7th

  • Corusco - Can't Stand Still Tour (The Vanguard - Tulsa) Start Time: 7:00pm
  • New Year Blood Drive @ Osage Casinos (Brady District - Tulsa) Start Time: 10:00am

Tuesday, Jan 8th

  • The Book Of Mormon (Tulsa Performing Art Center - Tulsa) Thru Sun, Jan 13th The New York Times calls it
  • 🏆 Tulsa Oilers vs. Rapid City Rush (BOK Center - Tulsa) Start Time: 7:05pm This event has been rescheduled from Tuesday, February 26, 2019 at 7:05pm.

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Today is the day I get help with my addiction.

Hey, nosleep. Longtime lurker here, ready to share the reason I’ve vowed to stop doing drugs, and the reason my outlook on life has forever changed.
A little backstory for you all. My name is Corrine. I’m 24 years old. I’ve made a lot of mistakes in my short life. When I was 19, I was attending school to becoming a medical doctor; scored a 31 on my ACT, graduated fourth in my class, had every extracurricular high school activity under my belt, was co-chair of my state's youth volunteering organization, no trouble with the law, had a presidential scholarship to the school I chose. Things truly couldn’t have looked more promising for me, but I was massively unhappy. I’ve struggled with anxiety and depression for years. The idea of cutting a human being open for the sole purpose of saving his or her life, the sheer temerity of the act, and the underlying notion made clear by my peers that this was not only expected, it was considered a small feat, especially considering the specifics of someone’s medical emphasis. I had chosen neurology. The brain fascinated me. I soon realized how much nerve I’d need to magically accumulate before I was truly ready for any such career choice.
I quickly realized the combination of the strain I felt from my mental state and the stakes of my perspective job would have the worst possible effect on not only me, but any patient I’d ever see. I made the choice to drop my major and pursue an art degree.
My family was less than ecstatic about my choice. They had the idea that I was going to be the golden child, the one that actually had her life figured out, the one that would make them proud. They expressed their concerns with what they thought was candor, but in reality their worry came off as pompous, rude, inconsiderate of my feelings. My mother couldn’t bear to see me do any less than exemplary at anything I did. She held me in a vice grip. She worried so much. It seemed like she was protecting me, but I never felt like I needed to be protected from anything. My stepdad was loving, supportive. My biological dad left when I was 8, I knew nothing about him, only that he didn’t want a thing to do with us, and that was fine. I didn’t want to have the burden of their pride. I didn’t want to be the saving grace, the one everyone lived vicariously through due to their own shortcomings. I was allowed to do what I thought was best for myself, and I stood steadfast in my argument. I told them this was what I truly wanted to do. This is what would make me happy, and that was what mattered.
Now, don’t get me wrong. I didn’t make that choice out of left field. All throughout my adolescence, I experimented with many different past times, hobbies, things to compete in. I lived in a town of about 400 people, so any activity that I found interesting enough to pass the time was good enough for me. As I got older, I discovered my singing voice. I really had a knack for it. While my parents argued upstairs, while my daycare left 12 kids by themselves so she could run to the casino, while I walked through town down one of the four total streets we had, I would hum, I would sing softly, I would listen intently. I honed what was a blooming passion, a formidable skill. More importantly, I loved doing it more than anything. When my parents would leave to go out for the night, I would run to the family computer, blare the speakers, and belt along with any female singer I wished I could be. I always loved to sing, I loved to be creative, but I just didn’t think it could ever be a career choice.
When I had the epiphany to switch majors, I was so excited. I wish I could still feel that excitement today. The excitement for the unknown. The newness of it. I was over the moon. That was one of the last happy days I can remember.
That winter, I had an accident. At the time, it seemed like something that would pass, as had every other hardship. It seemed unimportant. I had no idea it would be the first of many snowballing events that seemed to happen so fast. So unbelievably fast.
I fell. Truly, that’s it. I was leaving the safety of my cozy North Dakota apartment in the dead of winter, lost my footing, and fell down a flight of icy stairs to the concrete below. Next thing I know, I’m in a hospital bed. I have a concussion, and from the sounds of it, I’ll be treated for Spondylolithesis. A stress fracture of the vertebrae.
This was the event that changed my life forever. They prescribed me painkillers. I never knew I was capable of being in love with a feeling. The nothingness of feeling numb. I didn’t feel worried anymore. My back didn’t hurt anymore. I felt absolutely nothing. It should have been an immediate warning sign for me. I’m not a stupid person. I knew deep down that I loved those pills more than I should have. But a mind desperate for release is oftentimes more powerful than common sense. It is impossible to deny that relief. At least, it was for me. I don’t know if I was addicted right from the start, but within a month, I was in love. And I was in the beginning stages of a full downward spiral.
Because of my injury, I had let my grades slip. I cared about nothing anymore. I knew I wasn’t going to pass that year, but I stayed enrolled. I felt like I had no other choice. To escape that feeling of being stuck, to make me forget about my failures, I took my pills. I took a lot more pills than I was instructed to. They made me feel warm, allowed me to bottle every bad feeling up, every negativity stored away, deep down, far below my stream of consciousness. I told no one about my struggles. I despised the idea of anyone knowing anything had gone wrong in my life. I reasoned with myself that as long as I didn’t feel the strain, no one in my family could see anything was wrong. Which meant I needed to be high, all the time. To fool them. To keep my sense of order. Vicodin stopped working. Oxycodone would only work if I snorted it.
I moved to an apartment even farther away from my parents. I secretly dropped out of school. I stopped calling my mom every day. She left me voicemails asking if I needed to talk to her about anything. I ignored them. I slept with a man twice my age for pill money. The next time I met with him, he suggested I save money by switching to heroin. I took his advice.
You’re almost up to speed now. Here is the part of my story that I need to share with you. Up until now, it’s been a tale of a poor damsel who can’t seem to stop wanting to nod off. Nothing interesting here. But after last night, I don’t know what to believe about anything anymore.
I had just returned to my apartment from a visit to my favorite fellow addict. I went over to Sheina’s place for a smoke session to take the edge off after having spent the last few days doing less than noble work for the cash I needed to sustain myself. Sufficiently stoned, I set my purse on my dresser, walked on wobbly legs I could barely feel to my bed, and collapsed into its warmth.
If you’ve never tried to go to sleep stoned before, let me explain. For most, it provides a gateway to dreamless, rock-like sleep. For others, it can be a bit confusing, your reality and dream states meshing briefly before you fall into deep sleep. It can keep you aware of your dreams seeping into your psyche. Opiates can send your mind into a lucid dream, half nodding off, half awake, making you see and hear things which are not there. They are classified as hypnagogic hallucinations. Even when you’re aware of their existence, they can be scary as shit.
As my eyes closed, the welcomed nothingness creeping in, I heard a knock at my bedroom door. Tap tap tap. It sounded as though whoever knocked had used long, strong fingernails. My eyes shot open, but as I tried to move, I realized I could not.
I was fixated on my bedroom door, terrified, wishing I could move my body, wishing I had left my bedside lamp on as the knocking came yet again.
Tap tap tap.
Sleep paralysis. That must be it. I am hallucinating. That knocking is no more real than Woody Allen’s paternal instincts. Just close your eyes, Corr. Close them now.
I could not.
The handle rattled. I continued to be paralyzed. The door creaked open. My apartment was bathed in darkness, the light in the living room now off.
Did I turn that light off?
I could sense the presence, whoever was here with me, in my mind. It had to be in my mind. I locked my apartment door behind me.
Did I lock that door behind me?
Coming closer now. I could hear its soft steps, light on its feet and perhaps intentionally, wickedly stealthy.
Tap tap tap.
Its nails on the bedside. I could smell it now. It smelled foul, sour, like vinegar and cured meat, like mold and sulfur, like ancient, trapped air and life past its prime. It was right in front of me.
Praeteritum, praesens, futurum.
I had no clue if the being had spoken, or if I had just dreamt those words, but I had no recollection of hearing them. It was as though they just appeared in my mind, a product of my own thoughts, even though I had only a tiny grasp of their meaning. I knew it was Latin. It doesn’t take a med student to recognize the ancient dialect.
Fuscus et sentit tibi. Qui potest.
I tried to scream. I had no control over my body. I could feel him now, standing over me. He is a void of emptiness. Part of me longs for him.
Praeteritum.
I am asleep now. I must be, because I am at home. In my room. I am not myself. I am as I once was. I can hear my parents argue upstairs.
I lie in my childhood bed, as I laid in the bed of my apartment. Paralyzed. Dread is coming over me.
Please, no. Not again.
I know I’ve felt this before. When?
Please no no no not again I’ve forgotten once please no
The door creaks open. He stands there, reeking of beer and cigarettes.
No.
He stumbles toward my paralyzed body. I realize now how small I feel.
ENOUGH PLEASE
Praesens.
I’m lying in a bed next to a man I know nothing about. This is familiar. This happened last week.
“Another round, and you can have your cash, but make it worth my time this time, okay, baby?”
I lie there, both an observer and participant, as I satisfy this man’s needs so that later I can satisfy my own.
Futurum.
I am cold. So cold. I cannot move. I can feel that my body is naked. I don’t know where I am.
I’m so fucking cold.
“Corr, are you okay? Corr?”
The voice is far away. It sounds like Sheina.
Vomit. I can feel so much vomit rising. I’m still paralyzed. I can’t move. I can’t breathe why the fuck can’t I breathe
“Corr? CORR? Fuck, okay I’ll be right back I left my phone in the other room oh fuck oh fuck –“
Her voice fades as she leaves the room. I realize every sound is starting to fade. The vomit is stuck, that’s why I can’t breathe. It feels like nothing. It feels like what I was looking for all along. I’m really tired. I let it fade. Everything is going to be okay.
Fuscus et sentit tibi. Qui potest.
I awoke this morning, covered in sweat and vomit. I looked down at my pajamas, horrified at the amount of puke I was soaked in. My purse lay open on my dresser, my baggie spilled and lying on the floor. Had I done more before bed? No. I know I hadn’t.
I know what I have to do. I have to tell someone. How could I have forgotten what happened to me? How could I keep on living? I realize now that I’ve been in love with darkness, in love with the void of heroin. Instead of finding an answer, I made my own. My own darkness to live in, one that comforted me instead of harming me. I have to come to terms with this. I have to tell someone.
One question remains. How did this happen? Did the drugs cause me to have a revelation? Did I see something that day that triggered my memory, and caused me to dream about it? Why was it so vivid?
Above all, how could I possibly remember those words in Latin? I don’t speak Latin, but I remember them clearly.
Fuscus et sentit tibi. Qui potest.
I’ve never been a spiritual person. Never have I believed in a higher being, a deity, some omniscient presence that is the purpose of our existence. But last night, I think something I don’t understand noticed me. Tapped into me. And tried to make a last attempt at saving me.
It’s not my fate to become a statistic. It is not what I am meant to do.
Last night, I think something came to warn me. I also think that drugs have another purpose, one we as humans don’t understand. You see, the void isn’t only for us. It’s for Him, too. He feels our darkness. Seeks it out. He lives on our despair. Our tapering hope. It is how He continues to be.
The Dark One feels you. He feeds.
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Things to do in Detroit - Once and for all, again.

Alright its been 3+ years since we created Detroit's official sidebar "list of things to do" and a lot has changed. People keep asking so let's give it another go. I'll leave this post as a sticky for the next week so everyone's brains can stew over the best of the best in the city.
Keeping the same format as last time, comment with your suggestion(s) and a short reason why you would recommend it. Everyone's collective picks will be added into the list below.
Places to eat:
Brunch Spots
Places to drink:
  • Great Lakes Coffee Roasting Co. Chill coffee bar with beer, wine and some food.
  • Socre Tea A tea shop/cafe in midtown. Tucked away on Garfield and John R. Super quiet and relaxing.
  • Park Bar Downtown; Great beer selection, beautiful windows, delicious shwarma and curly fries from the Bucharest Grill next door
  • Motor City Wine located in Corktown.
  • PJ's Lager House live music, local beer on tap
  • Woodbridge Pub
  • Detroit Beer Co. Great beer as well as great food. The Hair of the Dog burger is fantastic.
  • SugarHouse Carefully crafted cocktails in a hunting lodge sharing a wall with Slow's. Hells yea.
  • Cafe D'Mongo's a unique and eclectic "speakeasy." reasonably priced and strong cocktails, live music every night (Fri & Sat only)
  • Cliff Bells a solid jazz club right downtown (could be under entertainment as well)
  • Dakota Inn Rathskeller a German underground beer hall that transports you straight to Europe, featuring German food, music, and beer. Especially popular during Oktoberfest (mid-September to end of October).
  • Jacoby's Biergarten good selection of draft beer, solid German food, and a huge international beer selection
  • Astro Coffee a popular cafe in Corktown
  • Foran's Grand Trunk Pub great selection of local Michigan beers, with decent food to accompany it
  • Old Miami Inexpensive drinks in your uncle's basement. On Cass in southern midtown.
  • Zenith Cuban/mexican fusion in new center, in the Fisher Building. Also they have a tiki bar.
  • Jolly Ol' Timers North Cass Corridor. If they're open, you won't find a bar full of more interesting people.
  • Old Miami Midtown. A Veterans bar, During the summer, the back yard is the best place to drink in the city.
Retail & Shopping:
  • City Bird Midtown; Handmade goods from local and regional designers
  • John K. King Books Downtown; Largest used bookstore in the state, located in an old glove warehouse
  • People's Records Midtown; Internationally renowned treasure trove of rare vinyl, with a focus on Detroit produced stuff
  • Hello Records Corktown; Newer record shop with a great collection of new and old vinyl
  • Pure Detroit Downtown and New Center; Detroit themed t-shirts, magnets, etc.
  • Shinola Flagship Store watches, bikes and leather goods.
  • Pewabic Pottery lots of original ceramic art work to view and purchase
  • The Hub A Bicycle shop with a charitable bent and affordable bikes.
  • Livernois and Outer Drive shopping district off the beaten path
Entertainment & Attractions
  • Belle Isle
  • Detroit Institute of Arts Free for Wayne, Oakland, and Macomb county residents. Concerts every Friday night in the Rivera Court (probably one of the most fantastic and important pieces of public art in the world). Just for the atmosphere alone it's worth going, and the music is generally great as well.
  • Detroit Film Theatre 1,200 seat auditorium located at the DIA, catch a screening.
  • Riverwalk a walkable view of Canada and Detroit River
  • Casinos we have three! Greektown, MGM Grand and Motor City.
  • Motown Museum New Center; Studio tours of the houses, really cool stuff.
  • MOCAD Midtown; Contemporary art museum in an amazing raw space, always changing exhibitions and a nice little shop inside.
  • Detroit City Football Club amazing soccer team, nationally recognized.
  • Detroit Derby Girls at the Masonic Temple
  • Garden Bowl/Magic Stick bowling alley, bar and concert venue under one roof.
  • Stadiums Ford Field, Comerica Park, Joe Louis Arena
  • Theaters Detroit is home to the second largest theater district in the Fillmore, Fox Theater, Masonic Temple, Fisher Theater, Gem, Music Hall, St. Andrews, Detroit Opera House, City Theater, Majestic, Max M. Fisher Music Center
  • Detroit People Mover it's not the most useful system for transit, but is actually a good way to see downtown in a quick 20-30 minutes
  • Eastern Market one of the largest and oldest open-air farmers markets in the country
  • Baker's Keyboard Lounge top-notch jazz club
  • Movement Festival worldwide-recognized annual Electronic music festival held every Memorial Day Weekend
  • Detroit Jazz Festival largest free jazz festival in the world (self-proclaimed, at least) held every Labor Day Weekend
  • Detroit Beer Festival one of four Michigan Brewers Guild annual festivals held the last weekend of October
  • Campus Martius highly regarded as one of the best city parks in the country and home to many events throughout the year. Home to Detroit's Christmas tree and an ice-skating rink in the winter.
  • Michigan Science Center hands-on exhibits, IMAX Dome, Planetarium, mad scientists with liquid nitrogen and lightning. good for kids, located in Midtown.
  • Charles H. Wright Museum of African-American History
  • Tuskegee Airmen Museum
  • Rouge Park for great outdoor times
  • Chandler Park
  • Historic Fort Wayne when open
  • African Bead Museum
  • Outdoor Adventure Center located in the newly restored Globe Trading Building,
  • Dakota Inn Rathskeller Oktoberfest Six Mile and Woodward-ish. One of the coolest activities in all of Detroit, somehow unknown even among hardcore Detroiters.
Landmarks
  • The Grand Lobbies of Detroit See here: http://imgur.com/a/tqC8i
  • The Fist of Joe Louis Woodward/Jefferson Ave
  • Fisher Building "the worlds largest art project" and a prime example of Detroit's rich Art Deco history
  • Guardian Building another beautiful example of Art Deco architecture
  • Ford Piquette Plant historic auto production facility and birthplace of the Model T.
  • The Spirit of Detroit Woodward/Jefferson Ave.
  • Hart Plaza
  • Senator Palmer’s Font Hill Log House and fountain in Palmer Park (when open).
  • Son House in Mt. Hazel Cemetary for the music historian.
  • Tigers Stadium field located at Trumbull & Michigan Ave. walk the grounds at the former playing field for Detroit Tigers.
Edit #1: Added most of the suggestions from the comments already- but still a lot to get through! If you have descriptions, or tips for any of the places listed or would like to add more, just leave it below
Edit #2: I've been slacking on the updates- but officially replaced the list in the sidebar! Will work on adding everyones in coming days. stay tuned.
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What's happening around town (Wed, Jan 17th - Tue, Jan 23rd)

Tulsa's event list.

Wednesday, Jan 17th

Thursday, Jan 18th

  • 2018 Flo Tulsa Nationals (Expo Square: Pavilion - Tulsa) Thru Sat, Jan 20th
  • Baby Bump: Make Your Own Baby Food (Owasso Library - Owasso) Start Time: 6:30pm Join Jan Dawson from the OSU Extension Community Nutrition Education Program as she shows how to make your own baby food and shares valuable information about your baby's diet. New and expectant parents are welcome to attend. We ask that children age 1 and older not attend so parents can focus on the class material. Registration is required.…
  • 🎭 Evita (Tulsa Performing Art Center - Tulsa) Thru Sun, Jan 21st Evita Jan. 12-13, 18-20 at 8 p.m.; Jan. 14, 21 at 2 p.m. :: John H. Williams Theatre Experience the splendor and spectacle of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice's epic saga about the life of political leader Eva Per�n, featuring one of the most beloved songs in musical history � �Don�t Cry For Me Argentina.� ... GET TICKETS
  • Oak House (Soundpony Lounge - Tulsa) Start Time: 10:00pm
  • University Singers OMEA performance (Trinity Episcopal Church - Tulsa) Start Time: 8:00pm The University Singers have been invited to perform at the Oklahoma Music Educators Association conference as an honor choir. The concert session begins at 7:30 and seating is limited. Admission price is $5 at the door for all those not registered for the conference.
  • 😂 Vince Morris (Loony Bin - Tulsa) Thru Sat, Jan 20th
  • World of Wrestling Flo Tulsa Nationals (Expo Square - Tulsa) Thru Sat, Jan 20th Come to Tulsa Expo Square and experience one of the oldest and most prestigious Junior Wrestling events in the world. 40…

Friday, Jan 19th

  • 2018 Flo Tulsa Nationals (Expo Square: Pavilion - Tulsa) 1 day left
  • Auspicious (The Vanguard - Tulsa) Start Time: 7:00pm Skysia, Obscure Sanity, Aberrant Construct, Fester
  • Earth Groans - The Fantastic Tour (The Vanguard - Tulsa) Start Time: 7:00pm Skysia, Obscure Sanity, Auspicious
  • 🎭 Evita (Tulsa Performing Art Center - Tulsa) Thru Sun, Jan 21st Evita Jan. 12-13, 18-20 at 8 p.m.; Jan. 14, 21 at 2 p.m. :: John H. Williams Theatre Experience the splendor and spectacle of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice's epic saga about the life of political leader Eva Per�n, featuring one of the most beloved songs in musical history � �Don�t Cry For Me Argentina.� ... GET TICKETS
  • Girls Club + Hush Machine (Soundpony Lounge - Tulsa) Start Time: 10:00pm
  • OCU Eagles: University Singers' 2018 OMEA Honor Choir Concert (Trinity Episcopal Church - Tulsa) Start Time: 7:00pm Prof. Tony Gonzalez will lead our University Singers, selected as collegiate choral honor ensemble headliner, Jan. 19 @ the 2018 Oklahoma Music Educators Association convention in Tulsa!
  • 🏆 Tulsa Oilers vs. Idaho Steelheads (BOK Center - Tulsa) Day 1 of 2 Start Time: 7:05pm Cheer on the Tulsa Oilers as they take on the Idaho Steelheads for two consecutive nights at the BOK Center in downtown…
  • OkMEA Honor Band Concert (Tulsa Performing Art Center - Tulsa) Start Time: 7:30pm OkMEA Honor Band Concert Jan. 19 at 7:30 p.m. :: Chapman Music Hall Tickets ($18 each) can be purchased in person at the PAC box office. No phone or internet sales for this event. If you have any questions, call 918-596-7109.... Purchase at PAC
  • 🏃 Preschool Yoga (Owasso Library - Owasso) Start Time: 10:30am Join certified yoga teacher Jeanne Doss for a free parent/child class featuring interactive stories and yoga poses. For ages 3-5. Registration is required. Register online at http://events.tulsalibrary.org/event/520440 or by calling 918-549-7323.
  • Sprout ( The Anti-Hero ) (Blackbird On Pearl - Tulsa) Start Time: 9:00pm
  • 😂 Vince Morris (Loony Bin - Tulsa) 1 day left
  • World of Wrestling Flo Tulsa Nationals (Expo Square - Tulsa) 1 day left Come to Tulsa Expo Square and experience one of the oldest and most prestigious Junior Wrestling events in the world. 40…

Saturday, Jan 20th

  • 2CELLOS (Brady Theater - Tulsa) Start Time: 7:30pm Don't miss the musical alchemy of 2Cellos when the Croatian dynamo takes over Tulsa's historic Brady…
  • 2CELLOS *Rescheduled (Brady Theater - Tulsa) Start Time: 7:30pm Due to an unavoidable scheduling the conflict, 2CELLOS must move their show at the Brady Theater originally scheduled for November 1, 2017 to January 20, 2018. All previously purchased tickets will be honored for this new date. To RSVP to the official Facebook event, click here . Tickets are also available in person at all Reasor's stores,…
  • 2018 Flo Tulsa Nationals (Expo Square: Pavilion - Tulsa) Last Day
  • Criss Angel (Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa - Catoosa) Come to the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa for a night of mind-blowing magic from Criss Angel. The star of…
  • Curtis Roper (Blackbird On Pearl - Tulsa) Start Time: 9:00pm
  • 🎭 Evita (Tulsa Performing Art Center - Tulsa) 1 day left Evita Jan. 12-13, 18-20 at 8 p.m.; Jan. 14, 21 at 2 p.m. :: John H. Williams Theatre Experience the splendor and spectacle of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice's epic saga about the life of political leader Eva Per�n, featuring one of the most beloved songs in musical history � �Don�t Cry For Me Argentina.� ... GET TICKETS
  • Fight the Fade (The Vanguard - Tulsa) Start Time: 7:00pm Modern Myth, Upland, Lilac Kings
  • Tulsa Flea Market (Expo Square: Super Duty Arena - Tulsa)
  • 🏃 Go Short Go Long Go Very Long (Tulsa Riverparks - Tulsa) 25k/50k races start at 8:00 am; 5k/10k races start at 8:20 am
    Please note there is a 9.5 hour time limit for the 50 km
    ABOUT THE EVENT: ALL race participants will receive a medal and a long sleeved technical shirt.
  • Hamilton Loomis (Soul City - Tulsa)
  • Mad Dog Demolition Derby (Claremore Expo Center - Claremore) Make your way to the Mad Dog Demolition Derby at the Claremore Expo Center for an evening of fun and car smashing. Come…
  • Master class with Serafin String Quartet (University of Tulsa - Tulsa) Start Time: 1:00pm Saturday, January 20, 2018 at 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. Master class with Serafin String Quartet Lorton Performance Center, Meinig Recital Hall 550 South Gary Place, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74104-9700 Free, Open to the public https://calendar.utulsa.edu/
  • MBB vs Denver (Mabee Center - Tulsa) Start Time: 7:00pm Come out and support the Golden Eagles as they face visiting Denver @ the Mabee Center
  • Metal Mayhem (The Shrine - Tulsa) Start Time: 8:00pm
  • Mochas with the Musicologist (Tulsa Central Library - Zink Study Room - Tulsa) Start Time: 10:30am Join musicologist Jason Heilman at Central Library downtown and find out what exciting music awaits you on Chamber Music Tulsa's spring series! Enjoy a morning of great music in a relaxed and friendly setting, and don't forget to bring your burning musical questions for a relaxed Q&A session. This is a FREE event! This lecture takes place in the…
  • 🏆 Tulsa Oilers vs. Idaho Steelheads (BOK Center - Tulsa) Day 2 of 2 Start Time: 7:05pm Cheer on the Tulsa Oilers as they take on the Idaho Steelheads for two consecutive nights at the BOK Center in downtown…
  • OkMEA All-State Chorus Concert (Tulsa Performing Art Center - Tulsa) Start Time: 12:00pm OkMEA All-State Chorus Concert Jan. 20 at 12 p.m. :: Chapman Music Hall Tickets ($18 each) can be purchased in person at the PAC box office. No phone or internet sales for this event. If you have any questions, call 918-596-7109.... Purchase at PAC
  • OkMEA All-State Instrumental Concert (Tulsa Performing Art Center - Tulsa) Start Time: 2:30pm OkMEA All-State Instrumental Concert Jan. 20 at 2:30 p.m. :: Chapman Music Hall Tickets ($18 each) can be purchased in person at the PAC box office. No phone or internet sales for this event. If you have any questions, call 918-596-7109.... Purchase at PAC
  • Serafin String Quartet (University of Tulsa - Tulsa) Start Time: 7:30pm Saturday, January 20, 2018 at 7:30 p.m. University of Tulsa presents Serafin String Quartet Featuring Haydn String Quartet in G Minor, Op. 74, No.3 “Horseman,” Still Danzas de Panama for string quartet and Mendelssohn e minor Op. 44, No. 2 Lorton Performance Center, Gussman Concert Hall, 550 South Gary Place, Tulsa, Oklahoma 74104-9700…
  • Stoney LaRue et al. (Cain's Ballroom - Tulsa) Start Time: 8:15pm Head to Cain’s Ballroom in Tulsa for an evening of Red Dirt music with Stoney LaRue. LaRue, who cut his…
  • 😂 Vince Morris (Loony Bin - Tulsa) Last Day
  • WBB vs Denver (Mabee Center - Tulsa) Start Time: 2:00pm Come out and support the Golden Eagles as they host visiting Denver @ the Mabee Center
  • Welcome to Flavorville (Soundpony Lounge - Tulsa) Start Time: 10:00pm
  • World of Wrestling Flo Tulsa Nationals (Expo Square - Tulsa) Last Day Come to Tulsa Expo Square and experience one of the oldest and most prestigious Junior Wrestling events in the world. 40…

Sunday, Jan 21st

  • Danner Party + Carlton Hesston (Soundpony Lounge - Tulsa) Start Time: 10:00pm
  • 🎭 Evita (Tulsa Performing Art Center - Tulsa) Last Day Evita Jan. 12-13, 18-20 at 8 p.m.; Jan. 14, 21 at 2 p.m. :: John H. Williams Theatre Experience the splendor and spectacle of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice's epic saga about the life of political leader Eva Per�n, featuring one of the most beloved songs in musical history � �Don�t Cry For Me Argentina.� ... GET TICKETS
  • Herbie Hancock Tribute Concert (Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame - Tulsa) Start Time: 5:00pm
  • 🏃 Life Time Indoor Triathlon (Lifetime Fitness: South Tulsa - Bixby) Right here. Right now. Commit to accomplishing your goal of becoming a triathlete this year! It has never been easier or more fun. First-timers, grab a friend and race side-by-side, regardless of ability. Seasoned triathletes, test your fitness and set a training calendar that will help you reach your personal best.
  • 🏆 Tulsa Oilers vs. Colorado Eagles (BOK Center - Tulsa) Start Time: 4:05pm Cheer on the Tulsa Oilers as they take on the Colorado Eagles at the BOK Center in downtown Tulsa. Get in on the…
  • Wanda Jackson (Cain's Ballroom - Tulsa) Start Time: 8:00pm Don't miss the "Queen of Rockabilly," Wanda Lavonne Jackson, at the historic Cain's Ballroom in Tulsa.…

Monday, Jan 22nd

Tuesday, Jan 23rd

  • MBB vs East Texas Baptist (Mabee Center - Tulsa) Start Time: 7:00pm Come out and support the Golden Eagles as they host East Texas Baptist @ the Mabee Center
  • Moody Blues: Days of Future Passed - 50th Anniversay Tour (BOK Center - Tulsa) Come see iconic English rock band, the Moody Blues, as they put on an unforgettable performance at historic Cain's…
  • Trivia with Jack (Soundpony Lounge - Tulsa) Start Time: 9:30pm
  • Vagabonds (The Vanguard - Tulsa) Start Time: 7:00pm My Heart and Liver Are the Best of Friends, Caezar, Foster Pace
  • WBB vs Central Christian (Mabee Center - Tulsa) Start Time: 12:00pm Come out and support the Golden Eagles as they host Central Christian @ the Mabee Center

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What's happening around town (Wed, Feb 7th - Tue, Feb 13th)

Tulsa's event list.

Wednesday, Feb 7th

Thursday, Feb 8th

  • Chocolate Proclamation Party!! (Soundpony Lounge - Tulsa) Start Time: 10:00pm
  • Death Of A King (Cox Business Center - Tulsa) Start Time: 7:30pm
  • Demun Jones (The Vanguard - Tulsa) Start Time: 7:00pm
  • MBB vs North Dakota State (Mabee Center - Tulsa) Start Time: 7:00pm Come out and support the Golden Eagles as they host the Bison of North Dakota State @ the Mabee Center
  • 😂 Patrick Melton (Loony Bin - Tulsa) Thru Sat, Feb 10th

Friday, Feb 9th

  • Afistaface (Soundpony Lounge - Tulsa) Start Time: 10:00pm
  • 🎭 Assassins (IDL Ballroom - Tulsa) Thru Sun, Feb 11th Host: Theatre Pops
  • BLACKBERRY SMOKE - Winter Tour 2018 + Lukas Nelson & The Promise of the Real (Cain's Ballroom - Tulsa) Start Time: 7:00pm Advance $25 Day of Show $27.50 Door $27.50 Mezzanine (21+) $40 There is a $2 fee that applies to each ticket purchased at the Cain's Box Office. No re-entry! No smoking! No refunds! Support acts are subject to change without notice!
  • The Comedy of Errors (Broken Arrow Community Playhouse - Broken Arrow) Thru Sun, Feb 18th Come see "The Comedy of Errors," one of Shakespeare's early and most uproarious comedies, live onstage at…
  • 🎓 Fire and Ice Gala (Cox Business Center - Tulsa) Start Time: 6:00pm Join us for the 2nd Annual Fire and Ice Gala benefiting the Little Light House.
  • Gin Blossoms (Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa - Catoosa)
  • Greater Tulsa Indian Art Festival (Glenpool Conference Center - Glenpool) Thru Sun, Feb 11th The Greater Tulsa Indian Art Festival is a cultural celebration of the American Indian. Come to this annual event to…
  • Holotafest (The Shrine - Tulsa) Day 1 of 2 Start Time: 4:00pm
  • Intervals et al. (The Vanguard - Tulsa)
  • INTERVALS "The Way Forward Tour", with Jason Richardson, Nick Johnston, Night Verses (The Vanguard - Tulsa) Start Time: 7:30pm Jason Richardson, Nick Johnston, Night Verses
  • 😂 Patrick Melton (Loony Bin - Tulsa) 1 day left
  • Sedated - The World's Greatest Ramones Tribute Band (The Vanguard - Tulsa) Start Time: 8:00pm Panic - The Smiths and Morrissey Tribute Band, The Secret Post
  • Sooner Nationals (Expo Square - Tulsa) Thru Sun, Feb 11th Head to Tulsa's Expo Square for a fun and exciting weekend of intense BMX competition. The Sooner Nationals…
  • Strictly Gershwin (Tulsa Performing Art Center - Tulsa) Thru Sun, Feb 11th Start Time: 8:00pm Give our regards to Broadway! Strictly Gershwin features the incomparable music of George and Ira Gershwin. Add to that a huge cast of performers (including guest tap dancers and vocalists!) and the result is a dazzling blockbuster show. Derek Deane’s choreography is a glamorous blend of classical ballet and the unmistakable moves of 1920’s…

Saturday, Feb 10th

  • 🎭 Assassins (IDL Ballroom - Tulsa) 1 day left Host: Theatre Pops
  • The Comedy of Errors (Broken Arrow Community Playhouse - Broken Arrow) Thru Sun, Feb 18th Come see "The Comedy of Errors," one of Shakespeare's early and most uproarious comedies, live onstage at…
  • Disciple (God's Shining Light Church - Tulsa)
  • Greater Tulsa Indian Art Festival (Glenpool Conference Center - Glenpool) 1 day left The Greater Tulsa Indian Art Festival is a cultural celebration of the American Indian. Come to this annual event to…
  • 🏆 High School Hoops Showcase (BOK Center - Tulsa) Start Time: 9:00am
  • Holotafest (The Shrine - Tulsa) Day 2 of 2 Start Time: 4:00pm
  • Horrific Victorian Valentine (The Alchemist - Tulsa) Start Time: 7:30pm
  • Jim Gaffigan (River Spirit Casino - Tulsa) Get ready to laugh as Jim Gaffigan brings his sidesplitting brand of observational humor to Paradise Cove at the…
  • LaFortune Daddy Daughter Tea Time (Lafortune Community Center - Tulsa) Start Time: 1:30pm All Ages $10/couple Come and spend the afternoon drinking tea or lemonade, and eat light hors d'oeuvres with your little princess(es). Enjoy making memories and a craft during this special time. Additional guests are $2.50 each. Sign up: at location LIKE US ON FACEBOOK!
  • MBB vs South Dakota State (Mabee Center - Tulsa) Start Time: 7:00pm Come out and support the Golden Eagles as they face off against the Jackrabbits of South Dakota State @ the Mabee Center
  • Tulsa Oddities & Curiosities Expo (The Bond - Tulsa) Day 1 of 2 The Tulsa Oddities & Curiosities Expo brings unique vendors together over a common love of the strange and unusual.…
  • 😂 Patrick Melton (Loony Bin - Tulsa) Last Day
  • Pedro The Lion et al. (The Vanguard - Tulsa) Pedro the Lion fans can catch this indie rock artist live as he makes a comeback at the Vanguard in Tulsa. Eleven years…
  • Pony Disco Club (Soundpony Lounge - Tulsa) Start Time: 10:00pm
  • Sooner Nationals (Expo Square - Tulsa) 1 day left Head to Tulsa's Expo Square for a fun and exciting weekend of intense BMX competition. The Sooner Nationals…
  • Strictly Gershwin (Tulsa Performing Art Center - Tulsa) 1 day left Start Time: 8:00pm Give our regards to Broadway! Strictly Gershwin features the incomparable music of George and Ira Gershwin. Add to that a huge cast of performers (including guest tap dancers and vocalists!) and the result is a dazzling blockbuster show. Derek Deane’s choreography is a glamorous blend of classical ballet and the unmistakable moves of 1920’s…
  • Tulsa Women's Expo (Expo Square - Tulsa) Day 1 of 2 Head to the River Spirit Expo at Tulsa's Expo Square for the Women's Living Expo. This event will be packed with…

Sunday, Feb 11th

  • 🎭 Assassins (IDL Ballroom - Tulsa) Last Day Host: Theatre Pops
  • The Comedy of Errors (Broken Arrow Community Playhouse - Broken Arrow) Thru Sun, Feb 18th Come see "The Comedy of Errors," one of Shakespeare's early and most uproarious comedies, live onstage at…
  • Greater Tulsa Indian Art Festival (Glenpool Conference Center - Glenpool) Last Day The Greater Tulsa Indian Art Festival is a cultural celebration of the American Indian. Come to this annual event to…
  • Harlem Globetrotters (BOK Center - Tulsa)
  • Magic Pass: 30-minute interactive event from 12:30 PM-1:00 PM (BOK Center - Tulsa) Start Time: 2:00pm Magic Pass event takes place from 12:30 PM-1:00 PM. Before the game, take part in a once-in-a-lifetime experience with your family where you have an opportunity to spend time on the court with the Globetrotters shooting, trying out ball tricks and getting autographs and photos! The unique 30-minute pre-show, Magic Pass, will create memories of…
  • Tulsa Oddities & Curiosities Expo (The Bond - Tulsa) Day 2 of 2 The Tulsa Oddities & Curiosities Expo brings unique vendors together over a common love of the strange and unusual.…
  • Seven Guitars (Tulsa Performing Art Center - Tulsa) Start Time: 3:00pm Seven Guitars Feb. 3 and 10 at 8 p.m.; Feb. 11 at 3 p.m. :: Liddy Doenges Theatre The sixth in August Wilson's decade-by-decade exploration of the black experience in America, two of which have won Pulitzer Prizes, "Seven Guitars" is part bawdy comedy, part dark elegy, and part mystery. In the backyard of a Pittsburgh tenement... GET TICKETS
  • Sooner Nationals (Expo Square - Tulsa) Last Day Head to Tulsa's Expo Square for a fun and exciting weekend of intense BMX competition. The Sooner Nationals…
  • Strictly Gershwin (Tulsa Performing Art Center - Tulsa) Last Day Start Time: 8:00pm Give our regards to Broadway! Strictly Gershwin features the incomparable music of George and Ira Gershwin. Add to that a huge cast of performers (including guest tap dancers and vocalists!) and the result is a dazzling blockbuster show. Derek Deane’s choreography is a glamorous blend of classical ballet and the unmistakable moves of 1920’s…
  • Tulsa Women's Expo (Expo Square - Tulsa) Day 2 of 2 Head to the River Spirit Expo at Tulsa's Expo Square for the Women's Living Expo. This event will be packed with…

Monday, Feb 12th

  • The Comedy of Errors (Broken Arrow Community Playhouse - Broken Arrow) Thru Sun, Feb 18th Come see "The Comedy of Errors," one of Shakespeare's early and most uproarious comedies, live onstage at…
  • 🏃 Love The RUN You're With! Valentine Run/Event (RunnersWorld Tulsa - Tulsa) Join us at RunnersWorld Tulsa to celelebrate Valentines and all things running on February 12!
    We are excited for the month of hearts and chocolate! Join us Monday, February 12th starting at 5:30pm at RunnersWorld Tulsa. We will have vendors to help you do some Valentine's day shopping, in-store discounts and giveaways, fun run, tacos and…
  • The Toasters - New Date! (The Vanguard - Tulsa) Start Time: 7:00pm The Big News, Stinky Gringos

Tuesday, Feb 13th

  • 🎓 Tulsa Area United Way Live United Luncheon and Awards (Cox Business Center - Tulsa) Start Time: 11:30am A celebration of the 2017 Tulsa Area United Way campaign and the many individuals and organizations that made it a success.
  • The Comedy of Errors (Broken Arrow Community Playhouse - Broken Arrow) Thru Sun, Feb 18th Come see "The Comedy of Errors," one of Shakespeare's early and most uproarious comedies, live onstage at…
  • Roxy Roco (The Shrine - Tulsa) Start Time: 8:30pm
  • Trivia with Jack (Soundpony Lounge - Tulsa) Start Time: 9:30pm

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What's happening around town (Wed, Feb 3rd - Tue, Feb 9th)

Tulsa's event list. Combined from 12 sources

Wednesday, Feb 3rd

Thursday, Feb 4th

  • Excision et al. (Cain's Ballroom) Start Time: 8:00pm
  • Gabriel Iglesias (The Joint @ Hard Rock Casino / Tulsa - Catoosa) Start Time: 8:00pm Join stand-up comedian, actor and all around entertainer Gabriel Iglesias as he takes the stage at…
  • 🎭 Kinky Boots (Tulsa Performing Arts Center) Thru Sun, Feb 7th Experience Broadway at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center with the Tony Award-winning show, "Kinky…
  • North Dakota State Bison at Oral Roberts Golden Eagles Womens Basketball (Mabee Center) Start Time: 7:00pm
  • Scott H. Biram and Strahan & The Good Neighbors (Mercury Lounge) Start Time: 10:00pm Thu Feb 04 10:00 PM ___ Scott H. Biram and Strahan & The Good Neighbors
  • Singing Churchmen of Oklahoma (Skiatook) Start Time: 7:00pm
  • 😂 Tamer Kattan (Loony Bin) Thru Sat, Feb 6th
  • Travis Marvin (Hard Rock Casino - Riffs) Start Time: 7:00pm
  • $ Tulsa Boat, Sport & Travel Show (Expo Square: River Spirit Expo) Thru Sun, Feb 7th Start Time: 5:00pm The 60th Annual Tulsa Boat, Sport & Travel Show will feature boats, RVs and recreational…
  • Tulsa Oilers vs Utah Grizzlies (BOK Center) Start Time: 7:05pm The Tulsa Oilers take on the Utah Grizzlies at the BOK Center in downtown Tulsa. Watch the…
  • 🎨 Walking Tall (Tulsa Performing Art Center) 1 day left Start Time: 10:00am Walking Tall Feb. 2-29, M-F 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and during Chapman Music Hall events :: PAC…

Friday, Feb 5th

  • Basketball Band v Union (Owasso) Start Time: 5:00pm
  • Dustin Pittsley Band / The Scissortails (The Shrine) Start Time: 9:00pm
  • Greater Tulsa Indian Art Festival (Glenpool Conference Center - Glenpool) Thru Sun, Feb 7th Start Time: 10:00am The Greater Tulsa Indian Art Festival is a cultural celebration of the American Indian. Come to…
  • 'Greetings From Tulsa!' art exhibit by AMY ROCKETT TODD (Mainline) Start Time: 6:00pm
  • Harlem Globetrotters (BOK Center) Start Time: 7:00pm The Harlem Globetrotters are headed to Tulsa's BOK Center for their 90th anniversary world tour.…
  • Hearts for Art (Philbrook Downtown) Thru Sun, Feb 7th Start Time: 11:00am
  • Kinky Boots (Tulsa Performing Arts Center) Thru Sun, Feb 7th Experience Broadway at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center with the Tony Award-winning show, "Kinky…
  • Kinky Boots (TULSA) (Tulsa Performing Art Center) Kinky Boots (TULSA) Feb. 2-7 :: Chapman Music Hall KINKY BOOTS is the exhilarating Broadway…
  • lessons in fresh (The Soundpony Lounge) Start Time: 8:30pm
  • live music! the mike cameron collective! (Mainline) Start Time: 8:00pm
  • Magic Pass: 30-minute interactive event from 5:30PM-6:00PM (BOK Center) Start Time: 7:00pm Magic Pass event takes place from 5:30pm-6:00pm. Before the game, take part in a once in a…
  • "Million Dollar Quartet" (Broken Arrow Performing Arts Center - Broken Arrow) Start Time: 7:30pm "Million Dollar Quartet" is the new smash-hit musical inspired by the famed recording session that…
  • Monte Montgomery (Tulsa Little Theatre) Start Time: 7:30pm Named one of the "Top 50 All-Time Greatest Guitar Players" by Guitar Player Magazine, Monte…
  • Tamer Kattan (Loony Bin) 1 day left
  • Tulsa Boat, Sport & Travel Show (Expo Square: River Spirit Expo) Thru Sun, Feb 7th Start Time: 5:00pm The 60th Annual Tulsa Boat, Sport & Travel Show will feature boats, RVs and recreational…
  • Walking Tall (Tulsa Performing Art Center) Last Day Start Time: 10:00am Walking Tall Feb. 2-29, M-F 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and during Chapman Music Hall events :: PAC…

Saturday, Feb 6th

  • 4th Annual Tulsa Heritage Rodeo (Expo Square: Ford Truck Arena) Start Time: 7:00pm
  • Fauré Piano Quartet (Tulsa Performing Arts Center) Day 1 of 2 Head to the Tulsa Performing Arts Center to hear world-class music live at Chamber Music Tulsa. Be…
  • Greater Tulsa Indian Art Festival (Glenpool Conference Center - Glenpool) 1 day left Start Time: 10:00am The Greater Tulsa Indian Art Festival is a cultural celebration of the American Indian. Come to…
  • Hearts for Art (Philbrook Downtown) 1 day left Start Time: 11:00am
  • Kinky Boots (Tulsa Performing Arts Center) 1 day left Experience Broadway at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center with the Tony Award-winning show, "Kinky…
  • Mardi Gras Parade (Blue Dome District) Start Time: 7:00pm Celebrate Fat Tuesday in style at the seventh annual Mardi Gras Parade. Head to downtown Tulsa…
  • R.K. Gun Show & Knife Show (Expo Square: Central Park Hall) Day 1 of 2 Start Time: 9:00am For a high quality gun show with great prices and selection, visit the R.K. Gun Show in Tulsa. RK…
  • "Rock And Worship Roadshow" (Mabee Center Arena)
  • SoCo Father Daughter Valentine Dance (South County Recreation Center) Start Time: 6:00pm Fathers and Daughters enjoy a fun atmosphere of music, lights, and dancing! Light refreshments…
  • Soul Night!! (The Soundpony Lounge) Start Time: 9:30pm
  • Stoney LaRue in Concert (Cain's Ballroom) Head to Cain’s Ballroom in Tulsa for an evening of Red Dirt and Texas music with Stoney LaRue. …
  • Tamer Kattan (Loony Bin) Last Day
  • Tulsa Boat, Sport & Travel Show (Expo Square: River Spirit Expo) 1 day left Start Time: 5:00pm The 60th Annual Tulsa Boat, Sport & Travel Show will feature boats, RVs and recreational…
  • Tulsa Heritage Rodeo (Expo Square: Super Duty Arena) Head to Expo Square to experience the excitement of the Tulsa Heritage Rodeo. See cowboys and…
  • Tulsa Oilers vs Utah Grizzlies (BOK Center, 3rd & Denver, Downtown Tulsa) Start Time: 8:00pm The Tulsa Oilers take on the Utah Grizzlies at the BOK Center in downtown Tulsa. Watch the…

Sunday, Feb 7th

  • Fauré Piano Quartet (Tulsa Performing Arts Center) Day 2 of 2 Head to the Tulsa Performing Arts Center to hear world-class music live at Chamber Music Tulsa. Be…
  • Greater Tulsa Indian Art Festival (Glenpool Conference Center - Glenpool) Last Day Start Time: 10:00am The Greater Tulsa Indian Art Festival is a cultural celebration of the American Indian. Come to…
  • Harlem Globetrotters (BOK Center) Start Time: 1:00pm The Harlem Globetrotters are headed to Tulsa's BOK Center for their 90th anniversary world tour.…
  • Hearts for Art (Philbrook Downtown) Last Day Start Time: 11:00am
  • Houston Cougars at Tulsa Golden Hurricane Basketball (Donald Reynolds Center) Start Time: 2:00pm
  • John Calvin + Penny Hill + Dead Shakes (The Soundpony Lounge) Start Time: 9:30pm
  • Joseph Habedank (First Baptist Church | 9:15 AM - Broken Arrow) Start Time: 9:15am
  • Kinky Boots (Tulsa Performing Arts Center) Last Day Experience Broadway at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center with the Tony Award-winning show, "Kinky…
  • Magic Pass: 30-Minute Interactive Event From 11:30am-12:00pm (BOK Center) Start Time: 1:00pm Magic Pass event takes place from 11:30am-12:00pm. Before the game, take part in a once in a…
  • R.K. Gun Show & Knife Show (Expo Square: Central Park Hall) Day 2 of 2 Start Time: 9:00am For a high quality gun show with great prices and selection, visit the R.K. Gun Show in Tulsa. RK…
  • SuperBowl Party (Loony Bin)
  • Tulsa Boat, Sport & Travel Show (Expo Square: River Spirit Expo) Last Day Start Time: 5:00pm The 60th Annual Tulsa Boat, Sport & Travel Show will feature boats, RVs and recreational…
  • tulsa's best karaoke with the ever charming RON HAMMOND!! (Mainline) Start Time: 8:00pm
  • Wick-It The Instigator with Manic Focus Subsonix Tulsa Start Time: 8:00pm
  • Women From the Town (Tulsa Performing Art Center) Start Time: 3:00pm Women From the Town Feb. 6, 12-13 at 8 p.m.; Feb. 7 at 3 p.m. :: Liddy Doenges Theatre Lila Wilson…

Monday, Feb 8th

  • Walking Tall (Tulsa Performing Art Center) Start Time: 10:00am Walking Tall Feb. 2-29, M-F 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and during Chapman Music Hall events :: PAC…

Tuesday, Feb 9th

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