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Helmerich Award Winner Amor Towles on his Writing Process and Work

A conversation with 2023 Peggy V Helmerich Distinguished Author Amor Towles.

State Schools Superintendent Ryan Walters has called for the Ten Commandments to be displa...

What about the whole "separation of church and state" thing?

State Schools Superintendent Ryan Walters has called for the Ten Commandments to be displa...

StudioTulsa remembers StudioTulsa

Rich Fisher, the host of this long-running, award-winning interview show, gets an exit interview from Scott Gregory, the producer/editor of StudioTulsa.

A conversation with Barbara Van Hanken, co-founder of Tulsa Area Arkansas River Advocates (TAARA)

TAARA is a newly-formed organization that advocates for better transparency regarding the environmental health of the Arkansas River.

A conversation with Barbara Van Hanken, co-founder of Tulsa Area Arkansas River Advocates (TAARA)

Summer reading suggestions from Nancy Pearl

Our longtime book reviewer offers several page-turning tips for the beach, the lake, the sofa, the hammock, the cool, well-lit spot by the air-conditioner, etc.

"These Vital Signs: A Doctor's Notes on Life and Loss in Tweets"

A book of essays, stories, and Twitter poems that takes on themes of sickness, health, dying, living, grief, and joy — the remarkable musings of one doctor and the patients who have shaped him.

"National Dish: Around the World in Search of Food, History, and the Meaning of Home"

"Engrossing.... A fascinating reflection on the connection between food, place, and what flavors mean to the people who prepare them and those who travel to seek them out." — Travel + Leisure

"National Dish: Around the World in Search of Food, History, and the Meaning of Home"

Now at the Woody Guthrie Center, "Love Saves the Day: The Subterranean History of American Disco"

The newly-opened exhibit will be on view through October 8th of this year.

Now at the Woody Guthrie Center, "Love Saves the Day: The Subterranean History of American Disco"

Discussing two new features, both long in the making and now finished, at the Tulsa Botanic Garden

The Stanford Family Liberty Garden and the Bumgarner Family Foundation Lotus Pool have just been completed — yet the Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting events for both are being rescheduled for late July.

Discussing two new features, both long in the making and now finished, at the Tulsa Botanic Garden

Fighting food insecurity today — across the US and across the State of Oklahoma

The numbers are alarming — about 10.2% of American households are food insecure, and about 15.6% Oklahoma households are food insecure.

Fighting food insecurity today — across the US and across the State of Oklahoma