MisFest, Barth believes, makes a “…really important statement, to see a festival bill with no male artists.”
Written Quincey uses his platform at TED X University of Tulsa edition to perform a powerful original saga detailing the intersection of two lives through art, trauma, labels of behavioral and mental health […]
District 1 Tulsa City Council candidate Jerry Goodwin received a ruthless rebuke from Blake Ewing at Wednesday’s city council meeting. This came after Goodwin pulled what Councilor Ewing considers a political stunt against his opponent, current City Councilwoman Vanessa Hall-Harper — the only African American elected official serving on city council.
Kendall Whittier is a neighborhood in full revival and their newest addition, Whitty Books, is a main street gem. Whitty Books co-owners Victoria and Julian have been open only four weeks now, but […]
Written in collaboration by community leaders Rev. Gerald Davis and Laura Bellis, Nate Morris and members of The United League for Social Action (TULSA) www.weareTULSA.org “Where you go is up to you. […]
“Do you have a reliable form of transportation?”
Most people recognize that question as one of the first essential questions an employer asks to determine whether to hire someone. Even though the majority of Americans use a vehicle to get to work, for low-income households with no car, relying on public transportation can negatively impact their ability to find and hold a job. Limited bus routes, limited service times, and unforeseen breakdowns or delays can be the difference between making ends meet and being unemployed.
The award of the $30 million FY2017 Implementation Grant and significant additional leverage will accelerate and achieve the community’s vision for Eugene Field’s transformation. With these resources, the housing authority, the City, and their development partner, McCormack Baron Salazar Inc. will replace 390 units of distressed public and HUD-assisted housing with 460 units of high quality mixed-income housing. The redevelopment will break up these concentrated super blocks, creating townhomes and garden style apartments with pedestrian friendly streets, greenspaces, and commercial amenities.