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A Discussion with Anna Badkhen, a Tulsa Artist Fellow Appearing Soon at the Central Library
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On this edition of ST, a discussion with the USSR-born writer Anna Badkhen, whose well-regarded books of nonfiction include “Walking with Abel: Journeys with the Nomads of the African Savannah,” “The World Is a Carpet: Four Seasons in an Afghan Village,” and “Waiting for the Taliban: A Journey Through Northern Afghanistan.” She’s written about wars […]

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"Girls Who Code: Learn to Code and Change the World"
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Since 2012, the national non-profit organization Girls Who Code has taught computing and computer-programming skills to thousands of girls all across America. Our guest is the CEO and founder of that organization, Reshma Saujani, who has a new book out. This engaging, fully illustrated book, likewise called “Girls Who Code,” is aimed at girls 8 […]

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"The Best Land Under Heaven: The Donner Party in the Age of Manifest Destiny" (Encore Presentation)
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(Note: This interview first aired back in May.) On this edition of ST, we chat with Michael Wallis, the best-selling Tulsa-based author of “Route 66” and “David Crockett” and many other books. Wallis joins us to discuss his newest work of engaging history, which is just out; the book is called “The Best Land Under […]

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"Too Many Meds? America's Love Affair With Prescription Medication"
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On this edition of StudioTulsa Medical Monday, we’re discussing the cover story of the September 2017 issue of Consumer Reports: “Too Many Meds? America’s Love Affair With Prescription Medication.” Our guest is Lisa Gill, the deputy editor of Consumer Reports’ ongoing prescription drug program, Best Buy Drugs. (For those not familiar: Consumer Reports is a […]

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Big Changes in the Immediate Future for the Philbrook Museum of Art
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On this edition of StudioTulsa, we speak once again with Scott Stulen, the President and Director of the Philbrook Museum of Art. At a press conference earlier today, Stulen announced a number of exciting changes in store for Philbrook, which will take effect very soon. He reviews these changes with us on today’s program; they […]

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"A Mother's Reckoning: Living in the Aftermath of Tragedy" (Encore Presentations)
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(Note: This show first aired back in February.) 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 […]

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"Forged Through Fire: War, Peace, and the Democratic Bargain" (Encore Presentation)
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(Note: This show first aired back in January.) We speak with Frances McCall Rosenbluth, a Professor of Political Science at Yale University and a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. She is the co-author of a new book called “Forged Through Fire: War, Peace, and the Democratic Bargain,” which she discusses with […]

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Tulsa Author Jennifer Latham Offers "Dreamland Burning: A Novel"
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On this edition of ST, we welcome the Tulsa-based author Jennifer Latham back to our show. Her recently published YA novel, “Dreamland Burning,” is a suspenseful narrative about the Tulsa Race Riot. As was noted of this book in an appreciative review from School Library Journal: “Latham follows up ‘Scarlett Undercover’ with a rich work […]

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A Chat with Dr. Justin Feinstein, Director of the "Float Clinic" at LIBR
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On this installment of ST Medical Monday, an interesting conversation with Dr. Justin Feinstein, who’s a clinical neuropsychologist at Tulsa’s Laureate Institute for Brain Research (or LIBR) as well as an assistant professor of psychology in TU’s Oxley College of Health Sciences. Dr. Feinstein also directors the “Float Clinic” at LIBR, which studies how and […]

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