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Foodie haven: Mother Road Market to open Nov. 2

"Mother Road Market embodies so many things that are deeply personal to our family — the concepts of entrepreneurship and innovation ... drinks that can be carried throughout the food hall. Kitchen 66 ... read more

Mother Road Market announces grand opening date

Tulsa ... of the food hall near 11th and Lewis in July 2017. The Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation is spearheading the project and hopes it will help spur development along Route 66. READ MORE: 'Mother ... read more

'Kickstarter Kitchen' In Works For Downtown Tulsa

TULSA ... The Kitchen 66 concept, according to Elizabeth Ellison, is fueled by a recent study by the Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation, which looked at creating opportunities for food entrepreneurs. "We ... read more

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The 10 Hottest Spots to Start a Small Business

Second only to Austin in 2009-2010 job growth, Charleston, SC, encourages entrepreneurship with the New Ideas SC Contest to help develop ideas into viable ... owner of Cajun Kountry Kitchen restaurant ... read more


'The Mine' program to bring social economics to OKC

For example, The Mine Fellowship in Tulsa birthed Kitchen 66, an incubator and springboard for entrepreneurs making their way in food service. Those eligible for The Mine Fellowship must be over the a... read more

This buy-one-give-one for meals wants to take over the restaurant industry

Venture Kitchen ... 66 million children in the developing world go to school hungry each day, according to the charity’s research. Another 61 million don’t go at all, in part because they may be scrou... read more

Tulsa's 'Kickstarter Kitchen' Holds Grand Opening

Well now, thanks to Kitchen 66, Tulsa food entrepreneurs have a place to test out their ideas. “We are a ‘kickstart kitchen.’ We're here to help food entrepreneurs get started," said program director, ... read more

Post-disaster, business owners find varied paths to recovery

Owners should also find out what resources are available to them from the government, their communities and other entrepreneurs ... They quickly found kitchen space where they could prepare food. And ... read more

The Pop House to open flagship location in Brookside on Friday

The Pop House, a Kitchen 66 member company and 2016 Tulsa StartUp Series ... By subscribing, you become a direct supporter of the Tulsa World and your local journalists. Help keep local journalism thr... read more

Therapist Squeezes Extra Income Out of Smoothies

In the beginning, Ginny Corbett says, she just wanted to help people heal ... doing my job—making sure we have the product and dealing with food costs and payroll,” which take up 66% of her budget, sa... read more

Boca Raton businessman helps Food For The Poor build schools in Jamaica

When a Boca Raton businessman took ... launched a family foundation to help nonprofit groups, mainly in South Florida. The foundation gave about $350,000 to 29 organizations last year and plans to don... read more

Small-business owners recover from disasters

They quickly found kitchen space where they could prepare food. And other barbecue purveyors were ready to pitch in when they heard about the fire, Brent Reaves says. “People started calling us and sa... read more



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