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1:13 pm
Fri October 10, 2014

"This Is a Book for Parents of Gay Kids: A Question & Answer Guide to Everyday Life"

Aired on Friday, October 10th.

Our guest on ST is Kristin Russo, who -- along with her colleague, Dannielle Owens-Reid -- communicates daily with LGBTQ youth and families at the award-winning website called Everyone Is Gay. Russo and Owens-Reid have a new book out that stems directly from this website; it's called "This Is a Book for Parents of Gay Kids: A Question & Answer Guide to Everyday Life," and Russo talks with us about it. The book is, as she explains, meant to be an easy-to-read, go-to resource for parents hoping to understand and communicate with their gay child.

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StudioTulsa
1:53 pm
Thu October 9, 2014

Charting the Strange but True Course of "The Map Thief" (Encore presentation.)

Aired on Thursday, October 9th.

(Note: This show originally aired in June.) Our guest on this edition of ST is Michael Blanding, an author and magazine writer who's also a senior fellow at the Schuster Institute for Investigative Reporting at Brandeis University.

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StudioTulsa
3:04 pm
Wed October 8, 2014

"The Truman Show Delusion and Other Strange Beliefs" (Encore presentation.)

Aired on Wednesday, October 8th.

(Note: This program originally aired in July.) On this edition of our show, we offer a how-does-society-affect-our-mental-health discussion with Joel Gold, who, with his brother Ian, is one of the authors of "Suspicious Minds: How Culture Shapes Madness -- The Truman Show Delusion and Other Strange Beliefs." Dr. Joel Gold is a clinical associate professor of psychiatry at New York University School of Medicine and was an attending psychiatrist in the department of psychiatry at Bellevue Hospital Center for nine years.

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StudioTulsa
1:56 pm
Tue October 7, 2014

TU's Department of Theatre Offers a Production of "The Glass Menagerie" by Tennessee Williams

Aired on Tuesday, October 7th.

The Department of Theatre here at TU will soon present one of the greatest plays of the modern American stage, "The Glass Menagerie" by Tennessee Williams. It's the play that made Williams a household name in the mid-1940s -- a clearly autobiographical drama, set in Depression-era St. Louis, in which an aging and rather unstable Southern Belle longs for her youth and dreams of a better life for her children: the restless would-be poet, Tom, who narrates this memory play, and the shy if not reclusive Laura, Tom's elder sister.

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StudioTulsa
1:04 pm
Mon October 6, 2014

Urban Planner Charles Marohn to Speak Soon in Tulsa at a "Walk to the Future" Event

Aired on Monday, October 6th.

On this edition of ST, we speak by phone with urban planner and professional engineer Charles Marohn, who is also the president and founder of a nonprofit called Strong Towns. This organization works to help America's towns and cities to become financially resilient and economically strong -- and as is noted at the Strong Towns website: "Enduring prosperity cannot be artificially created from the outside but must be built from within, incrementally over time.

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StudioTulsa
5:56 pm
Fri October 3, 2014

Grant Cooper Leads the Tulsa Symphony Orchestra in "Simply Sibelius"

Aired on Friday, October 3rd.

On this edition of ST, we welcome Grant Cooper, who has been the Artistic Director and Conductor of the West Virginia Symphony Orchestra since 2001. Years ago -- in the late 1970s and early 1980s -- Cooper was actually a trumpet player in the bygone Tulsa Philharmonic, and this weekend, he returns to our community to be the Guest Conductor for the Tulsa Symphony Orchestra. The TSO will present an all-Sibelius concert on both Saturday the 4th and Sunday the 5th at the Tulsa PAC; the Saturday concert begins at 7:30pm, and the Sunday performance starts at 2:30pm.

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StudioTulsa
3:34 pm
Thu October 2, 2014

The Hispanic Resource Center at TCCL's Martin Regional Library Hosts a Talk by Roberto Suro

Aired on Thursday, October 2nd.

When the TCCL's Martin Regional Library opened its Hispanic Resource Center in 1999, the noted author and journalist Roberto Suro was the inaugural speaker. Now, as this facility marks its QuinceaƱera (or 15th Anniversary), Suro returns to the Hispanic Resource Center to talk about his latest book, "Writing Immigration: Scholars and Journalists in Dialogue," and to discuss changes in the U.S. Latino community over the past decade and a half. Suro's address is free to the public, and it happens tonight (Thursday the 2nd) at 7pm at the Martin Regional Library (2601 S. Garnett Road).

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StudioTulsa
2:56 pm
Wed October 1, 2014

"The Fourth Revolution: How the Infosphere Is Reshaping Human Reality"

Aired on Wednesday, October 1st.

The Internet is changing life itself, and it's doing so rather quickly, and we all know this. But how is it changing...us? We speak with Luciano Floridi, Professor of Philosophy and the Ethics of Information at the University of Oxford.

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StudioTulsa
12:51 pm
Tue September 30, 2014

Regarding "The Widowers" -- A Film Directed by Jonathan Scott Chinn, Formerly of Public Radio Tulsa

Aired on Tuesday, September 30th.

On this installment of ST, we speak by phone with Jonathan Scott Chinn, a filmmaker who lives and works in New York City, and who formerly worked as the producer of this radio show, from 1999 till 2001. Chinn's first feature film, which he directed, is a newly released drama/comedy called "The Widowers." It tells the story of best friends Jake and Jonathan, whose wives have both died in tragic accidents.

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StudioTulsa
8:21 pm
Mon September 29, 2014

"Enchanted Objects: Design, Human Desire, and the Internet of Things"

Aired on Monday, September 29th.

On this edition of ST, an in-depth discussion with David Rose, an award-winning entrepreneur and instructor at the MIT Media Lab who specializes in how digital information interfaces with the physical environment. Rose also founded Ambient Devices, which pioneered the technology used to embed Internet information in everyday objects like lamps, mirrors, and umbrellas.

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