“The well being of the entire community, the City, the County, and the State, rest on the choices we have in who holds the future at every level of Government. If we don’t have options at the polls on November 6, the future of our children, our opportunity to be represented and have our voices heard, rest on every person getting out to vote and the choices we have. We cannot give this election away, at any level. That is why I have to push forward and make sure that we have a strong voice for change. We cannot give this election or our future away without a fight. It is essential that every eligible person make an all-out effort to vote in this election.”
By Nate Morris, senior editor The wind off Lake Michigan garbled his voice as Ja’Mal Green made his way through downtown Chicago between interviews. “Can you hear me?” he asked as reception […]
By: Nate Morris, senior editor A local online publication has come under fire from voters on both sides of the political spectrum after urging voters not to cast their ballot for a […]
Saxophonist and composer Tia Fuller, a strong and versatile post-bop musician who recently released her fifth album as a leader, will front a quartet at Duet Jazz. Per JazzTimes, she’s a player who “wields a silvery tone and is prone to serpentine improvisations that zig, zag, jab, and sour with brisk fluidity.”
Tulsa Public Schools superintendent Deborah Gist along with Board of Education President Suzanne Schreiber and Vice President Cindy Decker sent what some are calling an “unprecedented” letter to members of the city […]
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.
Richard Zobon Baxter challenged Tulsa County Sheriff Vic Regalado to a friendly boxing match. Regalado declined challenge and to all appearances blocked Baxter from interviewing clients as a Bail Disruptor for The Bail Project. Vic Regalado employed Betty Shelby, the officer who killed unarmed Black man Terence Crutcher, to teach a class on how to survive.