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The Nonprofit Strong Towns Will Soon Host Its First-Ever National Summit Here in Tulsa
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Our guest on ST is Chuck Marohn, an engineer based in Minnesota and member of the American Institute of Certified Planners. He’s also the founder and president of Strong Towns, a nationwide media nonprofit that, per its website , supports “a model of development that allows America’s cities, towns, and neighborhoods to become financially strong […]

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The Nonprofit Smart Towns Will Soon Host Its First-Ever National Summit Here in Tulsa
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Our guest on ST is Chuck Marohn, an engineer based in Minnesota and member of the American Institute of Certified Planners. He’s also the founder and president of Strong Towns, a nationwide media nonprofit that, per its website , supports “a model of development that allows America’s cities, towns, and neighborhoods to become financially strong […]

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At the TCFR: "The Trump Administration and the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict"
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How, if at all, will the Israeli-Palenstinian conflict be affected by the Trump White House? Our guest on this edition of StudioTulsa spoke on this topic last night at the Tulsa Committee on Foreign Relations (or TCFR). Gershon Baskin is the founder of the Israel-Palestine Center for Research and Information, a joint public-policy think tank. […]

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The Tulsa Symphony Marks Its 2nd Year with Carnegie Hall's Popular Link Up Program
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For more than three decades, Carnegie Hall’s beloved Link Up program has “linked” orchestras with students in grades 3 through 5 across the nation; the overall goal is for students to learn orchestral repertoire and fundamental music skills — including creative work and composition — by way of a hands-on, in-depth music curriculum. The Tulsa […]

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ST Medical Monday: It's All About Health, Exercise, and Fitness at the Tandy Family YMCA
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On this edition of ST Medical Monday, we learn about the newly renovated Tandy Family YMCA (at 5005 S. Darlington Avenue). This impressive new facility, per the YMCA of Greater Tulsa website , “is a YMCA for the next generation. More than 110,000 square feet dedicated to the pursuit of healthy living and community-building [comprise] […]

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An Appreciative Exit Interview with Steve Liggett, the Longtime Director of Living Arts of Tulsa
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On this edition of StudioTulsa, we welcome Steve Liggett back to our program. A well-known figure on the local arts scene, Liggett is an art teacher and sculptor who’s also the director of the nonprofit Living Arts of Tulsa , which was established in the 1960s by Virginia Myers and others as a haven for […]

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ST Medical Monday: The Health and Exercise Benefits of Rowing
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On this installment of ST Medical Monday, a discussion of the sport of rowing — how it works, what its health and fitness benefits are, how it has developed as a competitive sport, and so on. Our guest is Micah Hartwell, a lecturer in the Dept. of Health & Human Performance at OSU Tulsa who’s […]

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Tulsa Ballet Presents a New Staging of "Swan Lake"
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This coming weekend — on March 24th, 25th, and 26th — Tulsa Ballet will present “Swan Lake,” the classic 19th-century ballet, with music by Tchaikovsky, about a young maiden who has been trapped in the form of a swan by an evil sorcerer’s curse. Our guest on StudioTulsa is Marcello Angelini, the Artistic Director of […]

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The Nonprofit Smart Growth Tulsa: An Update on Its Goals and Activities
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On this edition of ST, we offer a wide-ranging chat with Bill Leighty, the executive director of Smart Growth Tulsa, which was founded in April of 2014 and incorporated as a nonprofit just recently. This organization, per its website , is “committed to policies, not politics. We seek to create healthy communities that work for […]

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