A vibrant, hip and accessible compilation of Tulsa's best offerings,
Tulsa, OK (PRWEB) October 12, 2011
Do What, a new online events and culture calendar by This Land Press, highlights what to do in Tulsa, Oklahoma, featuring a rich variety of local things to do ranging from Oklahoma sports and festivals to Tulsa theater, cinema, art and food events.
Users can search for editor’s picks for the best things to do in Tulsa by date, category or event type, right from the website front page. Tulsa community, art and theatre, music and cinema events are showcased above the fold, and an interactive calendar highlights what to do in Tulsa on any day of the week.
Web surfers looking for Tulsa’s free events, date night ideas or the latest foodie things to do in Tulsa can browse those listings from anywhere on the site. Users who want to hear from a native Tulsan about things to do can read Done That, a column by award-winning Tulsa blogger Natasha Ball of TashaDoesTulsa.com, which serves up a "been there, done that" angle on the best things to do in Tulsa.
“Do What is exciting because so many people are looking for something to do in Tulsa,” Ball said. “We cull through local events listings and offer our visitors the best things to do in Tulsa, and we make it easier than ever to find Tulsa sports, cinema, theatre, art, food and family-friendly things.”
“Do What is a vibrant, hip and accessible compilation of Tulsa's best offerings,” said Michael Mason, editor of This Land Press. "We're glad to offer Tulsans a new way to explore the best of what our community has to offer."
Find Do What at dowhat.thislandpress.com.
About This Land Press
This Land Press is Oklahoma’s first new media company. Founded in 2010 and already featured on Harper’s, The Daily Beast, TIME Magazine, NPR and a host of other media outlets, This Land Press creates relevant, compelling content for print, web, video and audio with a mission to chronicle life in Oklahoma through courageous, compelling stories. Twice each month, This Land Press publishes This Land, a bi-weekly publication featuring engaging, timely articles, photography and other works by acclaimed writers and artists. This Land Press is based in Tulsa, Oklahoma.