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"I Am Not Your Negro" Opening Soon at the Circle Cinema
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On this edition of StudioTulsa, we’re discussing the Oscar-nominated documentary feature, “I Am Not Your Negro,” which opens locally tomorrow (Friday the 24th) at the Circle Cinema. Indeed, our two guests today — Hannibal Johnson (a Tulsa-based author and attorney) and Bob Jackson (an Associate Professor of English here at the University of Tulsa) — […]

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In the Wake of the Revenue Failure, Discussing the State Budget for This Year and Next
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Earlier this week, on Tuesday the 21st, the State Board of Equalization met in Oklahoma City to approve revised revenue estimates for FY 2017 and FY 2018. The revised estimates for FY 2017 are for revenues to be “under” by some $296 million, or 5.7 percent, and thus a revenue failure has been declared. This […]

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"Extreme Measures: Finding a Better Path to the End of Life"
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On this installment of ST Medical Monday, our guest is Jessica Nutik Zitter, who practices the atypical combination of ICU and palliative care medicine at a hospital in Oakland, California. She’s also the author of a remarkable new book, “Extreme Measures: Finding a Better Path to the End of Life.” As was noted of this […]

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The Brookings Institution's Ted Piccone Addresses the Tulsa Committee on Foreign Relations
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On this edition of StudioTulsa, we speak with Ted Piccone, a senior fellow in the Project on International Order and Strategy as well as the Latin America Initiative at the Brookings Institution. His research is focused on global democracy and human rights policies, and he spoke recently at the Tulsa Committee on Foreign Relations . […]

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"War Torn: Stories of Courage, Love, and Resilience"
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On this edition of ST, our guest is psychologist and author Kenneth E. Miller, who has been working with war-affected communities since 1991 as a researcher, clinician, organizational consultant, and filmmaker. He joins us to discuss his book, “War Torn: Stories of Courage, Love, and Resilience.” With 200 million people affected by armed conflict or […]

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"Churchill's Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare: The Mavericks Who Plotted Hitler's Defeat"
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On this edition of StudioTulsa, we welcome Giles Milton back to our show; he’s a British historian and author whose many books include “Nathaniel’s Nutmeg” and “When Hitler Took Cocaine and Lenin Lost His Brain.” He joins us to discuss his latest book, which is called “Churchill’s Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare: The Mavericks Who Plotted […]

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ST Medical Monday Explores "Can't Just Stop: An Investigation of Compulsions"
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Our guest on this edition of ST Medical Monday is Sharon Begley, the senior science writer at STAT, which is the life sciences publication of The Boston Globe. Begley previously worked at Reuters, Newsweek, The Daily Beast, and The Wall Street Journal, and she joins us to talk about her new book, “Can’t Just Stop: […]

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Now at Philbrook — "Lusha Nelson Photographs: Celebrity, the Forgotten Man, and 1930s America"
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On this edition of ST, we welcome two curators from the Philbrook Museum of Art to our show. Catherine Whitney and Sarah Lees tell us about “Lusha Nelson Photographs: Celebrity, the Forgotten Man, and 1930s America,” which will be on view through May 7th of this year. As noted of this fine show at the […]

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"A Mother's Reckoning: Living in the Aftermath of Tragedy" by Sue Klebold
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On this edition of our show, a discussion with Sue Klebold, whose 17-year-old son, Dylan, was of course one of the two teenage boys who committed suicide ¬≠after their murderous attack on Colorado’s Columbine High School in 1999. Klebold has a new book out about this incident — and more to the point, about the […]

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