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From the editors of TulsaPeople Magazine, Tulsa's award-winning city magazine.  Every other Wednesday we go About Town to share audio reports, behind-the-scenes stories and more in episodes that run 10-15 minutes.Archived on this channel are more than 100 episodes of Tulsa Talks, which are in-depth conversations with notable Tulsans. 

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    • 4.5 • 24 Ratings

From the editors of TulsaPeople Magazine, Tulsa's award-winning city magazine.  Every other Wednesday we go About Town to share audio reports, behind-the-scenes stories and more in episodes that run 10-15 minutes.Archived on this channel are more than 100 episodes of Tulsa Talks, which are in-depth conversations with notable Tulsans. 

    Bonus episode: Connie Cronley reads October's column

    Bonus episode: Connie Cronley reads October's column

    Hear TulsaPeople's Musings columnist Connie Cronley read her October piece, plus a farewell from host Blayklee Freed.Read more: Any fool can do it

    • 6 min
    Steph Simon details Dreamland Festival ahead of the Nov. 2-4 event

    Steph Simon details Dreamland Festival ahead of the Nov. 2-4 event

    Hear from hip-hop aficionado Steph Simon as Dreamland Festival approaches, as well as his latest projects with his own music and teaching young artists at McLain High School.

    • 14 min
    October's issue includes 44 ways to explore downtown Tulsa

    October's issue includes 44 ways to explore downtown Tulsa

    Hear a rundown of October's features, plus an inside look at Host Blayklee Freed's story on local artist Trueson Daugherty's events that promote community and creativity.Read more:Urban playground: There’s so much to do and see downtown. Here are some TulsaPeople editor favoritesTroubled waters: Testing shows extremely high levels of bacteria and the fish population is decreasing in the Arkansas River as the City eyes Labor Day 2024 opening for Zink DamThe new Tulsa tone: Get to know a new ge...

    • 7 min
    Tulsa State Fair facts, Connie reads her lamentations

    Tulsa State Fair facts, Connie reads her lamentations

    We're looking forward to the fair and have some details on music and other live performances. Plus, Connie reads "Hello, I must be going."Read more:What the ale: Heirloom Rustic Ale's Morning Devotion is beer of the weekTulsa 10: Sept. 25 - Oct. 1Awesome rides, food and fun: A guide to Tulsa State Fair, Sept. 28 – Oct. 8

    • 7 min
    September issue highlights trailblazing Tulsa women, plus a look inside a local honey farm

    September issue highlights trailblazing Tulsa women, plus a look inside a local honey farm

    In addition to an overview of September's issue honoring Tulsa women, hear how the queen bee at Roark Farms operates her hive, courtesy of handler Michael Roark and reporter Tiffany Howard.Power players: Meet the women shaping Tulsa's public relations landscapeA century of civic engagement: League of Women Voters of Metropolitan Tulsa celebrates 100 yearsPicture perfect: Gathering Place photo contestLegends: JoAnn Gilford, education trailblazerBee-hind the scenes: Local honey farm produces a ...

    • 7 min
    Performing arts and education, plus Connie reads August's 'letter to a niece'

    Performing arts and education, plus Connie reads August's 'letter to a niece'

    As summer winds down, we look ahead to a season of shows at local venues. Connie Cronley reads "Another letter to a niece (who hates her neighbors)."More from this episode:Weathering the storms: TPS Superintendent Deborah Gist on fighting for her students and the future of public educationCity on stage: There’s a wealth of talent in this year’s performing arts guideScenes from a Mercury Lounge Bluegrass Brunch featuring Johnny Mullenax BandMusic listings

    • 8 min

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
24 Ratings

24 Ratings

MattGleason7 ,

Gotta listen to this!

Tim Landes and the entire TulsaPeople team really understand what their audiences want. Plus, Tim's interviews area without fail amazing.

Jill VT ,

Great tool to be "in the know" in Tulsa!

I would never know some of the events discussed were going on - so great to keep up with what's going on in our great little town. I LOVED the Dollar Tree episode!

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Well produced podcast

Great content, great quality. I’m so glad a local publisher is creating stories about Tulsa/Tulsans

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