5 questions: Brogan Schneider, Michael Higgins stay in Tulsa for spring break
BY KIM BROWN World Scene Writer
Thursday, March 15, 2012
3/15/12 at 3:39 AM
Youth is not wasted on the young during spring break.
But many students and young people are skipping the beach and the ski slopes next week for a peaceful week off - in Tulsa.
Work and social schedules keep Tulsans Brogan Schneider and Michael Higgins pretty hectic - they are busy working as models through the Linda Layman Model and Talent Agency.
So the recent high school graduates say they will take advantage of some of their favorite spots in the Tulsa area.
1. What do you plan to do in Tulsa next week during spring break?
Brogan Schneider: There is so much for young people to do over spring break. Some of my favorite things to do while home are hiking Turkey Mountain, vintage shopping on Cherry Street, going to concerts at Cain's Ballroom or relaxing and having a picnic in Woodward Park.
2. Where is your favorite Tulsa "staycation?"
Michael Higgins: Going to hear local bands play at coffee shops. Or my personal favorite, playing 18 holes at LaFortune Golf Course.
3. Do you think Tulsa is an ideal place for young people to live?
Schneider: Tulsa offers a great way to get out and meet new people by all the festivals, concerts, art shows, fairs and other big events that take place around this area. Also, it has a hometown yet city feel that makes way to even more opportunities for young people to get involved in such as church or helping with a charity.
4. What would you like to see happen in Tulsa soon?
Higgins: Within the next couple of years I would like to see a lot happen in the city of Tulsa. I would like to see improvement in the roads as well as the people of Tulsa coming together to make our city cleaner.
5. Where is your favorite place to hang out in Tulsa?
Schneider: I love riding my bike through the early morning fog around Brookside - it's so peaceful. Relaxing by getting a hot stone massage and catching dinner at the Riverwalk (area) while watching the sun go down would make any weekend in Tulsa ideal.
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Michael Higgins and Brogan Schneider plan to stay busy in Tulsa over spring break. TOM GILBERT / Tulsa World