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Retired Tulsa Public Schools principal and music teacher, MANYLES BENJAMIN GAINES was laid to rest on Saturday, September 29, 2018. Services were held at Morning Star Baptist Church in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where Principal Gaines served as Head Deacon for many years. Pastor Rodney Goss officiated. Known as a caring, yet, stern educator and leader who would not take "no" for an answer, Gaines established Tulsa's first Magnet elementary school and lobbied for early childhood development centers and after-school programming in TPS.
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NORMA SKLAREK 1928-2012 After graduating from Barnard, a division of Columbia University, Sklarek worked first for the City of New York's Public Works department from 1950-1954. In 1954 she joined the firm Skidmore, Owings, Merrill (SOM). After 2 decades as VP of Gruen Associates on the west coast, in 1985 Sklarek co-founded her own firm, Siegel, Sklarek and Diamond. Architecture, she believed and delivered in her work and her influence, should improve lives.
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American writer Kiese Laymon visited Tulsa earlier this year at the Greenwood Cultural Center as part of the Magic City Books Tulsa Lit.Fest.
Laymon achieves the impossible.
In Laymon's works, telling the truth is far more interesting than fiction.
Don't pick up his set of essays, How to Slowly Kill Yourself and Others in America, unless you have a free and clear schedule for the day. It won't take you all day to read the book, it's less than 150 pages, but, first, you won't be able to stop reading once you start; next, the re-examining of your life (for the better) might delight you and you'll need time to savor that....
In Tulsa, Laymon read from an upcoming work, HEAVY.
Really, you had the feeling this is what it would have been like to meet Tolstoy, hear him read and have him sign your copy of War and Peace.
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CLIFTON TIPTON JR. were held October 2, 2018 at Paradise Baptist Church in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
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You may not know her name, but, if you're even slightly familiar with the Los Angeles skyline, you know her work. You've stepped inside a mall, you know her legacy.
As the production architect in charge of seeing designs built, Sklarek's work also included The Mall of America in Minneapolis and the US Embassy in Japan.
Sklarek grew up in Harlem, NY. Encouraged by her Caribbean-born parents, Dr. Walter and Amelia Sklarek, to seek a career outside of the norm for women, she attended Hunter College HS, an all-girls high school (today, co-ed and America's top public high school), and Barnard College. She became a licensed architect in 1954.
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