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StudioTulsa Medical Monday: A Preview of World AIDS Day
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On this installment of ST Medical Monday, we are discussing World AIDS Day, which arrives on Friday the 1st; we’re also talking more generally about how people with AIDS are cared for here in our community. We have two guests — the first is Kate Neary, the CEO of a local nonprofit known as Tulsa […]

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"Troublemakers: Silicon Valley's Coming of Age" by Leslie Berlin
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Our guest is Leslie Berlin, who is the Project Historian for the Silicon Valley Archives at Stanford University. Originally from Tulsa, Berlin has a new book out that offers nothing less than the history of Silicon Valley. As was noted of this book by The New York Times: “[A] deeply researched and dramatic narrative of […]

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A Conversation with the Celebrated American Writer Richard Ford
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On this edition of ST, we speak with the well-regarded novelist and short-story writer Richard Ford, who is the recipient of the 2017 Peggy V. Helmerich Distinguished Author Award. Ford is the author of many critically acclaimed works of ficition, including “The Sportswriter,” “Independence Day,” and “Let Me Be Frank with You.” His newest book, […]

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"A Body of Work: Dancing to the Edge and Back"
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On this edition of ST, we speak with David Hallberg — the first American to join the famed Bolshoi Ballet in Moscow as a principal dancer, and one whom The New Yorker once described as “the most exciting male dancer in the western world.” Hallberg, now based in NYC, has a new memoir out, which […]

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"Monterey Pop: 50 Years" and "Trendsetters in Triptych" at the Zarror Center
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Our guest on StudioTulsa is Joseph Baldassare, a music producer and promoter who also oversees Arthouse 18 , an organization that sets up photography exhibitions and sells high-quality prints at such exhibitions. Baldassare has just brough two closely-related photo exhibits to Tulsa, both of which will be on view at the Henry Zarrow Center for […]

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A Chat with Susan Harris about Nursing Homes and Elder Care Here in Tulsa
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On this edition of ST Medical Monday, we speak with Susan Harris, a longtime economic-development advocate and public-education expert here in Tulsa. Harris recently retired from the Tulsa Regional Chamber, where she served as the Senior Vice-President of Education and Workforce Development. Harris is also an active caregiver; she has personally assisted a few different […]

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Notes on DACA: Where Are We Now? What Happens Next? And How Will Tulsa Be Affected?
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On this installment of ST, we hear about how people living and working here in Tulsa would be affected by the cancellation of DACA, which President Trump proposed earlier this year. The DACA (or “Deferred Action on Childhood Arrival”) Program is an Obama-era federal statue allowing some children who entered the U.S. illegally to stay […]

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Making (and Re-Making) Plans for North Tulsa: The Unity Heritage Neighborhoods Design Workshop
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On this edition of ST, we learn about the Unity Heritage Neighborhoods Design Workshop. It’s a program whereby University of Notre Dame Graduate Urban Design students are now in Tulsa — working and consulting with community stakeholders of various kinds — to create designs, plans, and visions for future development in neighborhoods immediately north of […]

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"The Talented Ribkins" by Ladee Hubbard (Encore Presentation)
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(Note: This show originally aired in August of this year.) Our guest is author Ladee Hubbard, who joins us to discuss her first novel. It’s called “The Talented Ribkins.” It’s a creative and widely acclaimed book about race, class, politics, and America itself…and it focus on, of all things, a family of super-heroes. And per […]

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