Protruding from the mouth of the bullhorn, Dr. Robert Turner’s voice fans the ashes of a Tulsa’s unresolved inner conflict between its Black and White neighbors.
Each act speaks to a facet of society we have all been affected by, mirroring the interlocking and abutting structure of life.
By Nate Morris, senior editor Tulsa County Fair officials have instructed the Tulsa County GOP to remove a fundraising display some in the community have described as “disgusting” and “bigoted”. At […]
Tulsa’s elevation to a metropolitan city is best illustrated by two budding scenes that take place, literally, underground.
They watched the storms in her cap
Produce only a mudifying trickle
In what is considered by some a radical move, the Black Wall Street Gallery invites all of Tulsa to not only grapple with the history of the 1921 race massacre, but also to be inspired by the legacy of the creative and entrepreneurial spirit of the original Black Wall Street.
Jack White and his band playing a baseball game in Turley with Kiowa opening ceremonies was a zen-like spiritual end to last weekend.