Tulsa has quietly exploded in the national entrepreneurship scene over the past two years, racking up rankings with notable publications, such as “Forbes,” “Nerdwallet,” and “Thumbtack Journal,” as one of the nation’s best cities to start a business in. Only six months into 2017, Tulsa has already been ranked by “WalletHub” as the fourth best city to start a business.
Although some people view encouraging people to buy black as racist, I see it differently. I recognize that catering to a particular cultural niche market is an opportunity to rebuild my community and simultaneously leverage our own buying power so we can all compete in today’s globally competitive market.
For many in the community, the missing plaques and name changes are emblematic of a deeper, more disturbing trend signifying the erasure of a pivotal piece of the nation’s past.
“The Phoenix Development Council is doing its part in helping Tulsa reach its fullest potential by sharing positive aspects of visiting, living, working, playing and worshiping in North Tulsa,” said Tracie Chandler
By: Nate Morris, senior editor WASHINGTON, DC – As the federal government shutdown enters into its 18th day and President Trump prepares to address the nation Tuesday in order to justify it, […]
By: Nate Morris On Monday evening, Mayor G.T. Bynum sent a letter to city councilors informing them that he would veto the spray paint ordinance passed on July 18, 2018. In his […]
Smith envisions a 60ft Christmas Tree with a lighting ceremony just after the Thanksgiving holidays on site.