the wind danced with me calling out names of grandmothers i had not known it was a small death laughed the rain drops you didn’t know it would be your last time flying home
We have the power to shift the global economy model back to one of predominantly local commerce one dollar at a time, but do we have knowledge of who our local artists and entrepreneurs are and where to find them?
In it’s third year Mr. Burns’ Festivus For The Best Of Us continues to grow and evolve while keeping true to it’s original mission of camaraderie between Tulsa artists.
Young’s story details his journey into becoming an NRA certified pistol instructor as a black man in America.
Join Ambassador Ariana in having a lasting impact on Tulsa’s Gathering Place by submitting your name for the squirrel mascot, contest runs from Tuesday October 23rd until Tuesday October 30th. Contestants must be 18 or younger and have an adult submit their character name ideas on the Gathering Place website.
E. Scott Jones’ memoir; Open: A Memoir of Faith, Family, & Sexuality in the Heartland, released September of this year; invites us to examine Jones’ navigation of life as a baptist, a minister, a husband, a father, and an openly homosexual man living and working in the Midwest.
nosamyrag described the event as the first step in leading Tulsa’s Sneaker Heads into the spotlight. Like many creative minds the goal of nosamyrag and Roper is to show the world what the Tulsa community has to offer.