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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Listen Frontier: Juneteenth is here, what can you expect from the celebration?

On this week's podcast we have Jason McIntosh, CEO of the Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame and Sherry Laskey, Vendor Chair of the Tulsa Juneteenth celebration, here to tell us about the event and what to expect if you plan on going.
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Listen Frontier: We talk about Tulsa Tough’s mission beyond three days of racing in June

On this week's Listen Frontier podcast we discuss Tulsa Tough's larger mission with two members of the event's board of directors, Mike Dolman and Dr. Jennifer Donnelly.
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Listen Frontier: PatriotFest Chairman John Fothergill stops by to discuss Saturday’s celebration

PatriotFest is Saturday. The event will be held at the Route 66 Village, 3770 Southwest Blvd., and across the street at Webster High School. Admission is free.
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Listen Frontier: Busting myths about students for whom English is a second language

Tulsa Public Schools “Exploring Equity” community discussions series continues May 30 at Education Service Center, 3027 S. New Haven Ave.
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Listen Frontier: Tulsa’s city engineer talks about what the new Riverside Drive will look like

The city of Tulsa and the George Kaiser Family Foundation announced this week that the park and stretch of Riverside Drive that runs through it will open in the late spring or summer of 2018.
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