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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Services for Beloved Husband, Son, Father, Brother, Nephew, Cousin, Friend
CLIFTON TIPTON JR. were held October 2, 2018 at Paradise Baptist Church in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
The world will miss the greatest smile and biggest hugs...ever.
DON'T SHRINK FROM THE CHALLENGES
Florida Gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum concedes election.
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Surely, new US Congresswoman, KENDRA HORN, was, maybe, the biggest surprise in all US elections on Tuesday, Oklahoma will send a Democrat to Washington DC. Horn will represent OK Congressional District 5 which includes Oklahoma City, Shawnee and Seminole.
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Celebrate all there is to love about the Denver Arts & Culture scene during Denver Arts Week Nov. 2-10, 2018.
Oklahoma State Representative Regina Goodwin received the Human Rights Award from the Church Women United, Inc. at Boston Avenue Methodist Church. Among those present were Local and State President Norma Wallace, Laura Bottoms, Bev Lightner, Cathy Akin, Jan Graham, Lutretia Marshall, Captola Dunn, Betty Helen Lawson, Ada Williams, Linda Palmer, Sherry Leslie, Lila Edwards and Shirley Leroy.
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Brexit looms, but last month, British Prime Minister Theresa joined Councillor Philip Love in opening a newly refurbished science laboratory atNewlands Girls’ School in Maidenhead, Berkshire in England.
The refurbishment was made possible by a £76,000 (about $100,000 US dollars) award from the Spoore Merry Rixman Foundation.
Prime Minister May was guided through the laboratory by Head of Science Philip Wood and Dr. Louise Ceska, the school’s Headteacher.
Imagine a 100% pass rate in exams...that's Newlands.
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STAN SALLEE Former Collinsville Mayor, Stan Sallee, has big shoes to fill as he takes over the new Tulsa County Commissioner.
IN A DEMOCRACY THERE ARE NO MINORITIES.
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CHRISTA PATRICK New councilwoman continues tradition in Tulsa City Council District 3.
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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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In our household it was just called "The Messiah."
Weekly practices and then the performance.
There had better not be any other plans for the Sunday my mom and what seemed like hundreds of glorious voices presented Georg Friedrich Handel's most famous work in Tulsa at First Baptist Church North Tulsa every December for decades.
This year THE TULSA NORTH COMMUNITY CHOIR is bringing back tradition. Join in. Rehearsals for this year's "Messiah" are Monday nights at 6 pm at First Baptist, located at 1414 North Greenwood Avenue in Tulsa. Call 918.582.5219 for more information.
LORI DECTER WHIGHT Executive Director for Kendall-Whittier Inc. will represent Tulsa City Council District 7.
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David Rosenthal 54
Bernice Simon 84
Sylvan Simon 86
Daniel Stein 71
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Irving Younger 69
CASS FAHLER Tulsa businessman, Cass Fahler, knows how to balance a budget, he'll bring his experience to Tulsa City Council District 5.
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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San Francisco native Luke Johnson (left) from Stillwater, Oklahoma, where he majors in Marketing at Oklahoma State University, in Tulsa to see U2 live.
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KARA JOY MCKEE New District 4 Tulsa City Councilor has worked for the Oklahoma Policy Institute.
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Jeffersontown Mayor Bill Dieruf says Kroger shooting ‘will not define us’JEFFERSONTOWN, KY (October 25, 2018) – “The City of Jeffersontown is mourning today following the senseless violence that occurred in our community yesterday. The sense of family here prevails beyond a single home and is embraced throughout our neighborhoods, businesses and schools. We are kindred spirits no matter our walk of life or how we worship or what we look like. We take pride in that.” “Our thoughts and prayers go out to the families of the Vicki Jones and Maurice Stallard whose lives were cut short in this senseless act – and especially want to remember the grandson who was with his grandfather at the time of the shooting. We also seek a sense of peace for the store employees and residents of our community who were witnesses to the terrible tragedy.” “We are grateful to our Jeffersontown Police Department that responded to the scene within minutes and also want to thank the Jeffersontown Fire Department and Louisville Metro Police for their assistance. The Jeffersontown officers’ quick action stopped a killer and prevented him from harming anyone else. We also are encouraged by and grateful to the citizens who stepped forward to offer aid and information that helped officers capture the shooter without further incident.” “The Jeffersontown City Council and I stand strong with our community today. The action of one individual will not prevent Jeffersontown from maintaining its sense of family and unity. We take pride in our resilient community and know that we will move forward together and not let this incident define us.”
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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania is the point where East and West meet culturally in America. Wherever you call home, it's difficult not to find a piece of the city and its surrounding countryside that doesn't remind you a little bit of your own piece of the pie. Its downtown, if it's called that, and its social scene could be right out of central casting for New York City or Tulsa. Travel its neighborhoods and you could be in Salt Lake City in Utah or Honor Heights in Muskogee, Oklahoma. Just outside the city, you could imagine you're in green, picturesque Vermont. It's a city that manages to be, at the same time, both the working persons' and the oil barons' paradise. So when BEND THE ARC released this Open Letter to the President of the United States in response to the weekend's mass shootings, it was hard not to think "this is America speaking." In a press briefing at the White House on Monday, Press Secretary, Sarah Sanders, stated "Tomorrow, the President and First Lady will travel to Pennsylvania to express the support of the American people and grieve with the Pittsburgh community."