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"The Good Mood Kitchen: Simple Recipes and Nutrition Tips for Emotional Balance"

On this installment of ST, 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 specializing in mental health nutrition and integrative medicine, and her newest book, just out, is "The Good Mood Kitchen." Dr. Korn has served as a Fulbright scholar on traditional medicine, has worked as a Clinical Fellow at Harvard

"The Good Mood Kitchen: Simple Recipes and Nutrition Tips for Emotional Balance"

Bestselling Novelist Tom Perrotta to Offer a Reading and Signing Here at TU

On this installment of our show, an in-depth discussion with the novelist Tom Perrotta, whose books include "Election" and "Little Children" (both of which were made into well-regarded films). Perrotta has a new novel out, titled "Mrs. Fletcher," and he tells us about it on today's program. As was noted of this book in a front-page appreciation in The New York Times Book Review: "[This book], Perrotta's seventh novel and first since 2011's "The Leftovers," operates and succeeds in ways that will

Bestselling Novelist Tom Perrotta to Offer a Reading and Signing Here at TU

A Debut Novel from Nancy Pearl, Our Longtime Book Reviewer Here on StudioTulsa

On this edition of ST, we are pleased to welcome the noted book critic, editor, and retired librarian Nancy Pearl back to our show. A former Tulsan, she's also the longtime book reviewer for this program, and she can be heard talking about books from time to time on NPR's Morning Edition. Nancy has a new novel out — it's her first, and it's called "George and Lizzie" — and it was thus praised by Booklist (in a starred review): "Pearl dramatizes a complicated and deeply illuminating union of

A Debut Novel from Nancy Pearl, Our Longtime Book Reviewer Here on StudioTulsa

A Conversation with Chris Bernard, the Executive Director of Hunger Free Oklahoma

On this broadcast of ST Medical Monday, our guest is Chris Bernard, the executive director of Hunger Free Oklahoma. This nonprofit, per its website , "works to bring a unified, statewide voice to the issue and solutions surrounding hunger, with a goal to ensure all Oklahomans have access to affordable, nutritious food. Hunger Free Oklahoma holds the core belief that hunger is solvable, unnecessary, and unjust, and it impacts everyone living in Oklahoma. Hunger Free Oklahoma's objective is to

A Conversation with Chris Bernard, the Executive Director of Hunger Free Oklahoma

The Tulsa Symphony Orchestra Opens Its New Season with Brahms and Bartok

Tomorrow night, Saturday the 16th, the Tulsa Symphony Orchestra will open its new season with a Gala Concert at the Tulsa PAC (beginning at 8pm). On the program, the "Hungarian Dances No. 1 and No. 5" by Brahms, the "Miraculous Mandarin Suite" by Bartok, and the masterful " Piano Concerto No. 2" by Brahms (which will feature a special guest soloist, the noted pianist Jon Kimura Parker). On this installment of ST, we talk about this concert with Daniel Hege, who is the TSO's Principal Guest

The Tulsa Symphony Orchestra Opens Its New Season with Brahms and Bartok

The Upcoming Cadenhead-Settle Memorial Lecture Here at TU: "Russia 1917"

This year marks the 100th anniversary of the Russian Revolution. What does this revolution mean to us today? How do remember it; what lessons or themes do we draw from it? And moreover, how is the revolution thought of by Russians themselves? On this edition of ST, we speak with Donald J. Raleigh, a Distinguished Professor of Russian History at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Professor Raleigh will soon deliver a lecture here at TU titled "Russia 1917: Some Reflections on the

The Upcoming Cadenhead-Settle Memorial Lecture Here at TU: "Russia 1917"

A Chat with Omar Samad, the Former Afghan Ambassador to France and Canada

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 been a Senior Afghan Expert at the United States Institute of Peace (2012-2013) as well as a Senior Central Asia Fellow at the New America Foundation (2013-14). He was

A Chat with Omar Samad, the Former Afghan Ambassador to France and Canada

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

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, who now teaches at the City College of New York, will be giving a free-to-the-public lecture tonight, the 12th, at 7pm here at TU. The lecture is entitled

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

Dr. David Kendrick of MyHealth Access Network Helps Launch the Route 66 Accountable Health Community

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 inefficiency and waste, and coordinating care more effectively. As Dr. Kendrick tells us today, MyHealth Access Network has recently received a $4

Dr. David Kendrick of MyHealth Access Network Helps Launch the Route 66 Accountable Health Community

The Signature Symphony Opens Its New Season with Trumpeter and Vocalist Byron Stripling Out Front

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," and it will feature the music of Irving Berlin, Cole Porter, Jelly Roll Morton, Louis Armstrong, and other American music masters (and will be staged at the TCC Van

The Signature Symphony Opens Its New Season with Trumpeter and Vocalist Byron Stripling Out Front

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