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"A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America" (Encore Presentation)
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On this edition of our show, we listen back to a discussion from July with Richard Rothstein, who is a research associate of the Economic Policy Institute and a Fellow at the Thurgood Marshall Institute of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund. Widely seen as a leading authority on U.S. housing policy, Rothstein joined us to […]

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"The Rough Patch: Marriage and the Art of Living Together"
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Our guest is Dr. Daphne de Marneffe, a noted clinical psychologist in the San Francisco Bay Area who has counseled couples and individuals for decades. Her new book, “The Rough Patch,” aims to help married people both locate and maintain a union that promotes compatibility between an individual person’s development and the often relentless demands […]

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StudioTulsa Offers a Museum Confidential Podcast — Poetic License: Inside MoMA
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On this edition of StudioTulsa, we offer a recently posted edition of the Museum Confidential podcast, which is co-created every other week by Jeff Martin (of Philbrook Museum) and Scott Gregory (of Public Radio Tulsa; Scott is also StudioTulsa’s longtime editor and producer). On this particular podcast, we explore the bookish side of museum-going in […]

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"Norwich: One Tiny Vermont Town's Secret to Happiness and Excellence"
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The small Vermont town of Norwich (population 3,000 or so) has quite possibly produced more Olympic athletes per capita than any other location in the United States. How has this community done so? What’s their secret? Our guest on ST, Karen Crouse — a sportswriter who’s been on the staff of The New York Times […]

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Ongoing Efforts to Aid Those Who Are Food Insecure in Oklahoma: A Chat with Effie Craven
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For every six Oklahomans, one is hungry, according to the latest data. And as the U.S. Congress looks to potentially address a $1.5 trillion projected deficit, many domestic programs face an uncertain if not bleak future — including food-assistance and hunger-relief programs — both here in the Sooner State and nationwide. On this edition of […]

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Step Up Oklahoma: Why This Group Was Created, What It's Seeking, & How It Aims to Achieve Its Goals
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How will this state’s very serious budget problems get solved? And when? What, in the end, is it going to take? On this edition of StudioTulsa, we learn about Step Up Oklahoma, which is, per its website , a “nonpartisan group of business, civic, and community leaders [who have come] together to work with lawmakers […]

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"The Danger Within Us: America's Untested, Unregulated Medical Device Industry…"
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On this edition of ST Medical Monday, we offer an interview that stems from three rather alarming facts. One: About 10 percent of Americans are implanted with medical devices (such as pacemakers, artificial hips, cardiac stents, and so on). Two: The overwhelming majority of high-risk implanted devices in the U.S. have never undergone a single […]

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"Simple Recipes and Nutrition Tips for Emotional Balance" (Encore Presentation)
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(Note: This interview originally appeared in September of last year.) We offer a discussion about how what we eat affects not only our health and our mental state, but also our emotional disposition — how food affects mood, as it were. Our guest is Dr. Leslie Korn, an expert in this regard. She’s a clinician […]

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A Conversation with the Wyoming-Based and Bestselling Author, C.J. Box
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On this edition of ST, we speak with Wyoming’s own C.J. Box, who is the bestselling author of more than 20 novels, including the popular Joe Pickett series. A winner of the Edgar Alan Poe Award for Best Novel, the Gumshoe Award, the Western Heritage Award for Literature, and various other honors, Box is among […]

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