Listen Frontier: Tulsa Planetarium director talks about what to expect from Monday’s solar eclipse

The solar eclipse begins in Tulsa at 11:39 a.m. Monday. It reaches its maximum magnitude — with the moon blocking 91 percent of the sun — at 1:08 p.m., before ending at 2:37 p.m.
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Listen Frontier: We head down to the Arkansas River to talk about Tulsa’s Great Raft Race

The registration deadline for Tulsa's Great Raft Race is Tuesday, Aug. 15. To register, and for more information, go to www.tulsaraftrace.com.
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Listen Frontier: We explore why Mother Road Market will be something Tulsa has never seen before

Public markets like the Mother Road Market offer a little bit of everything: fresh food, quality restaurants, a coffee shop or two and artisan shops. And much more.
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Listen Frontier: Reporter Clifton Adcock talks to a Sierra Club representative about oil and wastewater spills in the state

Green Country Sierra Club Chairwoman Barbara VanHanken is our guest on this week's edition of the Listen Frontier podcast.
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Listen Frontier: Code for America’s Jennifer Pahlka explains why Tulsa’s volunteer innovators are among the best in the country

Jennifer Pahlka, founder of Code for America, was in Tulsa on Friday to visit with officials from Code for Tulsa, the local "brigade" of volunteers working to help solve government problems and make residents' lives better. She also met with Mayor G.T. Bynum.
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Watch Frontier: Check out the updates to three major sections of A Gathering Place for Tulsa

There have been some major changes since our last visit in March. In this tour we take a look at the Wetland Gardens, the Williams Lodge, and the Chapman Foundations Adventure Playground.
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Listen Frontier: Fire Chief Ray Driskell talks about controversies surrounding him since audio leaked

On Wednesday, Fire Chief Ray Driskell sat down with The Frontier and discussed the controversies that have surrounded him since last month, and apologized for "bringing a negative light" on Tulsa and the Fire Department.
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Listen Frontier: City Councilor Vanessa Hall-Harper not backing down from call for a moratorium on ‘discount dollar stores’

We speak with Hall-Harper about why she is pursuing the moratorium and discuss the recent announcement that USA-BMX plans to build its Olympic training center and headquarters on the Evans-Fintube site north of downtown.
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Listen Frontier: A program called Tulsa Changemakers is developing a new generation of local leaders

Tulsachangemakers was established in 2016 by Teach For American members Andrew Spector and Jake Lerner.
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Listen Frontier: Arts and culture are fun, but did you know they mean big dollars for Tulsa?

In three years, Arts Alliance Tulsa has become a leading advocate, promoter and fundraiser for Tulsa's nonprofit arts and cultural community.
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