Category Archives: Neighbors

We’re getting new neighbors this spring! 918 Coffee is slated to open sometime this spring in the former George Tunes auto repair shop a couple of blocks west of The Campbell Hotel. reported in January that Dr. Morad El-Raheb, a … Continue reading

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The Campbell Hotel was hopping last Friday night! First, jazz singer Janet Rutland performed for our friends here in the Renaissance Neighborhood as part of their First Friday gathering at The Campbell Lounge, and then local radio station Z104.5 The … Continue reading

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If you’re looking for a safe, fun alternative to trick-or-treating this Halloween, why not bring the kids to The Campbell Hotel? From 5 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 31, we will be holding a special Halloween party just for your little … Continue reading

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The King of ‘Que, that is. And he delivers. To the Campbell. We’ll just let you ponder that a moment while you click over to our reservations page. Capp Crowder, the “King of ‘Que,” has opened his new Capp’s BBQ … Continue reading

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This article is part of an occasional series exploring the neighborhood around The Campbell Hotel. In an old car dealership on Route 66 a few blocks west of The Campbell Hotel, hundreds of Tulsans are cutting, shaping and welding together … Continue reading

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On Route 66 in Tulsa, half a block west of the famous Meadow Gold sign and just across the street from the Corner Café, stands a small metal sculpture. Fashioned from old truck parts, the character — named Robbie the … Continue reading

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Mention a storm in Oklahoma, and most people probably conjure up scenes from the movie Twister. After all, we’re way too far inland for a hurricane, right? Depends on the kind. Just down the street from the Campbell, a very … Continue reading

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