Latest Heather Caliendo Stories
By Heather Caliendo Just as pop culture caught onto the green and health-conscious movement, the nation's economy took a beating. Health food stores offer organic and natural foods, which traditionally come at a higher price.
By Heather Caliendo Phil Berkenbile looks at a crowd of education representatives and turns his focus to members of the business community. "How do we prepare for our next work force?" asked Berkenbile, director of the Oklahoma Department of Career and Technology Education.
By Heather Caliendo When Kara Gae Neal became superintendent of Tulsa Tech, someone mentioned they were glad she was there for the other students. "Other students" is a phrase Neal doesn't want to hear.
By Heather Caliendo A new college will enter the Tulsa market this fall. Pittsburgh-based Education Management Corp. will open Brown Mackie College - Tulsa at the Exchange Center complex, 4608 S. Garnett. It will be Education Management's first school in Oklahoma.
By Heather Caliendo The Laureate Psychiatric Clinic and Hospital, part of Saint Francis Health System, is undergoing a $12 million expansion of its now 19,000-square-foot research center. The clinic recently completed the $11.6 million first floor of the center.
By Heather Caliendo Tom Green is out to prove live entertainment is big business in Oklahoma. He said he's hoping the anticipated attendance of 60,000 fans for Dfest will help back his claim.
By Heather Caliendo For some it's the memory of paying 10-cent admission, for others it is now a Mecca for independent movies.
By Heather Caliendo Ken Lee jumps out of a white truck wearing red suspenders and a black shirt sporting the words Verizon Wireless.
By Heather Caliendo Dollar Rent A Car hopes to expand the "portable office" by enabling access to its Web site on mobile devices. The mobile site retains most of the features of the company's desktop Web site in a simplified format.
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