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The Signature Symphony's Andrés Franco Leads the Orchestra in Mozart's "Requiem"
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We are pleased to welcome back to StudioTulsa Andrés Franco, the Artistic Director and Conductor of the Signature Symphony at TCC. That orchestra will continue its current series of “World Passport: A Symphonic Excursion” concerts on Saturday night, March 11th, at the VanTrease PACE here in Tulsa. Franco remains especially focused on presenting classical music […]

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Guest Conductor Ron Spigelman and the Tulsa Symphony Celebrate Route 66
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On this edition of ST, we welcome Ron Spigelman back to our show. He’ll be the Guest Conductor for the next Tulsa Symphony Orchestra concert, which happens tomorrow night (Saturday the 11th) at the Tulsa PAC. As we learn on today’s show, it’s a Pops evening that will celebrate Route 66 — indeed, a wide-ranging […]

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ST Medical Monday: "Maternal Health Care Is Disappearing in Rural America"
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“The disappearing maternal care problem is common across rural America. Only about 6 percent of the nation’s OB/GYNs work in rural areas, according to the latest survey numbers from the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. Yet 15 percent of the country’s population, or 46 million people, live in rural America. As a result, fewer […]

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"Unwarranted: Policing Without Permission"
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Our guest is Prof. Barry Friedman, who is the Fuchsberg Professor of Law at New York University School of Law and the director of the Policing Project. He joins us to discuss his new book, “Unwarranted: Policing Without Permission.” As noted of this widely acclaimed study in a starred review in Kirkus: “A law professor […]

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"Everyone Brave Is Forgiven" — A Chat with Novelist Chris Cleave
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Our guest on ST is Chris Cleave, the British novelist whose bestselling WWII-era yarn, “Everyone Brave Is Forgiven,” has just appeared in paperback. As was noted of this book by an Amazon critic, when it was named (after first appearing in hardcover) as a Best Book of May 2016: “We’ve been wondering lately: What is […]

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"Selection Day: A Novel"
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Our guest on this edition of ST is Aravind Adiga, who won the Booker Prize for his novel, “The White Tiger.” He joins us to discuss his newest book, just out, which is called “Selection Day.” As was noted by The New York Times of this fine coming-of-age saga that focuses on two brothers in […]

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Taking a Close Look at the ImpactTulsa 2016 Community Impact Report
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On this edition of ST, we’re talking about the nonprofit collective known as ImpactTulsa, which began in 2014, and which (per its website ) aims to “improve education for every child. Our partnership includes [several dozens of] leaders from education, business, philanthropic, nonprofit, civic, and faith communities who all believe education is the key to […]

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StudioTulsa Medical Monday: Getting to Know the Nonprofit Truckers Against Trafficking
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Our guest on StudioTulsa Medical Monday is Kylla Lanier, the Tulsa-based deputy director of Truckers Against Trafficking, or TAT, which is a nonprofit that aims to, per its mission statement, “educate, equip, empower, and mobilize members of the trucking and travel plaza industry to combat domestic sex trafficking.” Among other things, Lanier tells us about […]

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Discussing the 2017 Alzheimer's Disease Facts and Figures Report
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Alzheimer’s Disease is the 6th leading cause of death in the United States. More than 5 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s — and by 2050, this number could be as high as 16 million. Alzheimer’s Disease kills more people annually than breast cancer and prostate cancer combined. And every 66 seconds, someone in the […]

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