HERE0:4

"Another View of the Tulsa Race Riot" — A Lecture Here at TU by Herb Boyd
publicradiotulsa.org

On this edition of ST, we speak with Herb Boyd, an award-winning journalist and historian who’s also the author of several books on black history and activism, including biographies of James Baldwin and Sugar Ray Robinson; his latest book is a remarkable 300-year history of African-American life and politics in his hometown of Detroit. Boyd, […]

0
Like
Save
A Chat with Omar Samad, the Former Afghan Ambassador to France and Canada
publicradiotulsa.org

President Trump recently announced a new approach — a new strategy, basically — for the U.S. Military in Afghanistan. How will this play out? Our guest on this installment of ST is Omar Samad, the former Afghan Ambassador to France (2009-11) and Canada (2004-09). Now working as a consultant in Virginia, Ambassador Samad has also […]

0
Like
Save
The Signature Symphony Opens Its New Season with Trumpeter and Vocalist Byron Stripling Out Front
publicradiotulsa.org

Our guest on this edition of ST is the well-regarded jazz trumpeter and vocalist Byron Stripling. He’ll be appearing tonight and tomorrow night (the 8th and 9th) with the Signature Symphony at Tulsa Community College in a special “pops” concert created by Stripling himself. The show is called “The Roaring ’20s and All That Jazz,” […]

0
Like
Save
Dr. David Kendrick of MyHealth Access Network Helps Launch the Route 66 Accountable Health Community
publicradiotulsa.org

On this installment of ST Medical Monday, our guest is Dr. David Kendrick, CEO of the locally based nonprofit, MyHealth Access Network. This network, serving more than 2 million clients throughout Greater Tulsa, works to link health care providers and their patients in a digitally-driven data network aimed at improving the health of patients, reducing […]

0
Like
Save
"The End of Loyalty: The Rise and Fall of Good Jobs in America"
publicradiotulsa.org

On this installment of ST, an interesting chat with Rick Wartzman, who is the director of the Moon Center for a Functioning Society at the Drucker Institute, which is a part of Claremont Graduate University. Wartzman also writes about work and working for Fortune Magazine’s website, and he joins us to discuss his new book, […]

0
Like
Save
Speaking Out (and Taking a Stand) against Rape and Violence on Campus: A Chat with Brenda Tracy
publicradiotulsa.org

Our guest on this installment of StudioTulsa is Brenda Tracy, a registered nurse who’s based in Oregon. Tracy speaks often about sexual assault and physical violence on America’s college campuses. In 1998, while she was a student at Oregon State, she was gang raped by four men — two of whom were Oregon State football […]

41
Like
Save
Drummer Jared Johnson Pays — and Plays — Tribute to Steinbeck in "The Grapes of Wrath Project"
publicradiotulsa.org

On this episode of ST, we welcome Jared Johnson to the show. He’s an active drummer on the Tulsa-area music scene as well as a drumset instructor at Northeastern State University. Jared gigs widely on the local scene, playing in all sorts of bands and musical settings, and mainly works as a jazz drummer. He […]

0
Like
Save
The Newly Refurbished Kravis Discovery Center at Gilcrease
publicradiotulsa.org

On this edition of ST, we get an update on the Kravis Discovery Center at the Gilcrease Museum here in Tulsa. Located in the museum’s lower level, the Center recently underwent an extensive renovation in order to create a more interactive, more tech-driven — and thus more “21st century” — experience. Our guest is Dr. […]

0
Like
Save
Notable Item in Oklahoma Today: "Whatever Happened to the Horny Toad?"
publicradiotulsa.org

If you grew up here in the Sooner State — and if you are, as they say, of a certain age — then you might well wonder where all the Texas horned lizards, or horned toads, or horny toads, have gone…. Whatever you call them, they used to be readily apparent all over these parts, […]

0
Like
Save