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» See Change?
City should benefit from the departure of two Tulsa County Commissioners
January 3, 2007
» Cheery Street
Some things just happen correctlyHopefully city planners won't kill this ingenuous district
December 27, 2006
» Spoon River Anthology
And yet more plans for the riverside. It's time to act on the best plan--or a combination
December 20, 2006
» Mosque of Peace?
It depends how you define "peace," we supposeThink Locally. You might not imagine it could happen here, but after recent events at a Tulsa mosque, be advised
December 13, 2006
» Annex Expo Square!
The huge benefits for the city outweigh any minor costs.It's such a no-brainer, and benefit to Tulsa we are wondering why her honor the Mayor isn't leading the campaign
December 6, 2006
» It Won't Go Away
But it will continue to be underused and wasted if downtown continues unplanned
November 29, 2006
» Why Wi-Fi?
Refitting the commonweal, for a more progressive, prosperous future, for one thing
November 22, 2006
» About Last Tuesday
November 15, 2006
» Brain Regain
The grass is greener here then many native may realizeMaking the most of Tulsa's strengths might be the answer to eliminating its weaknesses
November 8, 2006
» Judicious Voting
November 1, 2006
» Stepping Up with Specifics
Money can't buy you love, nor imaginationYou're doin' fine, Tulsa. But you would do better to listen to a few tough love suggestions below
October 25, 2006
» A Healthy Alternative
The Channels inspires visions of walkability and New UrbanismIt's not as imaginative as an island resort community, but our writer's plan might make for a more practical urban Tulsa.
October 18, 2006
» Poltergeist X
There may be more to river development than meets the eye
October 10, 2006
» Legal Fiction
I could have been a judge, but I never had the
Latin for the judging. I never had it, so I'd had it, as far
as being a judge was concerned." Thus spoke park bench
philosopher E. L. Wisty, alter ego of the late great Peter Cook.
July 12, 2006