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9:55 am
Sat September 13, 2014

BusinessWorld September 13, 2014

Soundscaping the shopping experience goes online
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This week on BusinessWorld, Apple introduces a slew of new products and services, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce calls America to provide a better education for our children as we compete in a global business environment, and new research looks at "soundscaping" the online shopping experience.

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12:10 pm
Sat September 6, 2014

BusinessWorld September 6, 2014

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This week on BusinessWorld,  a tale of two cities...and their barbecue joints.  British Petroleum gets far more than a slap on the wrist in a court decision last week.  Nevada wins in the battle for a new manufacturing plant. A music icon with Oklahoma roots takes on iTunes and Amazon.  And practical tips to declutter your organization.  Those stories and more on this week's BusinessWorld.

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5:18 pm
Sat August 30, 2014

Labor Day Celebration on Big Band Saturday Night

Join me this weekend on Big Band Saturday Night as we celebrate Labor Day! The great tunes and the wonderful memories plus your requests. It all starts at 8 PM on 89.5!

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12:02 pm
Sat August 30, 2014

BusinessWorld Book Show Podcast (8/30/14)

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This week on BusinessWorld, the guys have been reading all summer long and have a bunch off books to share with listeners.

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10:28 am
Thu August 21, 2014

The Dog Days of Summer on BusinessWorld

Warren Buffett and President Obama
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This week on BusinessWorld, here in the dog days of August, summer seems to be sliding away at this stage. Warren Buffett’s company crosses a milestone and we’ll look at why perceptions may lag reality as far as the economy goes. And our first holiday shopping story of the season.

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10:29 am
Wed August 20, 2014

Stations Broadcasting at Low Power to Complete Antenna Repair

Listen online with the "Listen Live" box at the top of this page, the play buttons in our "Now Playing" guide to the right, or with NPR's iPhone appiPad app, or Android app.

Questions? Concerns? Email us at public@publicmediatulsa.org.

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8:49 am
Tue August 5, 2014

2014 Oklahoma Summer Policy Institute

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This year’s Summer Policy Institute was held August 3-6, 2014 at The University of Tulsa. The event brings together more than 50 highly-qualified undergraduate and graduate students for a four-day learning experience. The Institute is hosted by the staff of OK Policy, a Tulsa-based think-tank guided by core commitments to the fair and adequate funding of public services and the expansion of economic prosperity for all Oklahomans.

Panel Discussion: Oklahoma’s Fiscal Challenges

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3:06 pm
Wed July 2, 2014

Fourth of July Weekend Specials on Public Radio Tulsa

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The Right to Vote
Thursday, July 3 at noon • Public Radio 89.5
Our documentary of the week looks at historical battles over who can and cannot vote, and on the new battles over voter ID.

Marketplace Interviews President Barack Obama
Thursday, July 3 at 7:30 pm • Public Radio 89.5
The full Oval Office interview of Kai Ryssdal's interview with the President about how the economic recovery looks from the perspectives of Main Street, Wall Street and small business owners.

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1:59 pm
Fri May 30, 2014

A Look At The Women Who Once Made America Stylish

Two green evening gown patterns from the 1930s. (McCall’s Fashion Book, Winter 1936-1937. McCall's ® M9009, McCall's ® M9006 images courtesy of the McCall Pattern Company.)

Originally published on Mon June 2, 2014 6:50 am

There once were women called the “Dress Doctors,” the product of a federal act in 1914 that funded vocational programming and a boom in home economics. They helped shape style and fashion in the U.S.

Nowadays, these women might be chemists or researchers, but they put their energies into helping women run their homes and dress with a sense of style.

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1:59 pm
Fri May 30, 2014

How D.C.'s Height Limit Has Shaped The Capital

Existing conditions along North Capitol Street looking towards the U.S. Capitol Building. (Background modeling images prepared by the District of Columbia Office of Planning)

Originally published on Fri May 30, 2014 12:48 pm

One of Washington, D.C.’s signatures is its low buildings and wide, sunny streets. It’s one of the things many residents love about the city, and that often strikes first-time visitors.

There’s a popular conception about why the buildings are so low: that a law says they either can’t be taller than the Capitol or the Washington Monument.

But that’s a myth. In reality, the height limit has to do with the building height-street width relationship.

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