Healthy Neighborhoods Overlay vote shows that the city’s political powers are willing to listen and even vote in the interest of their constituents, voters who have often felt marginalized.
Long-awaited, the Brady Arts Business Administration voted today, Friday, August 25, 2017, to remove the name “Brady” District. The Administration’s decision comes after years of push back from North Tulsa community members who refused to honor known Klansmans Tate Brady by either not shopping or constantly reminding Tulsan’s of Tate Brady’s Klansman’s activities.
The government on all levels creates a crisis then half-heartedly attempts to fix the perceived problem by zoning adjustments, urban renewal, predatory lending, and predatory retailing
Smith envisions a 60ft Christmas Tree with a lighting ceremony just after the Thanksgiving holidays on site.
By Staff Writer | Nehemiah D. Frank, Editor in Chief Tulsa, Okla. – LaPortia Burks is a younger sister, an African-American woman, who is serious about her business. Ms. […]
How does bringing the eighteenth dollar store to North Tulsa close the 12.3-year life expectancy gap between citizens living in North and South Tulsa?
“The development of the Evans Fintube site in the Historic Greenwood District represents the opportunity to grow and develop a district with progressive ideas. BMX is a sport that our youth, specifically […]
Starting a business is enough work as it is, but going at it blind can be a nightmare.