Editorial: Major television productions set in Tulsa area to heighten city profile
21 Feb 2022
Two television projects gaining buzz will be a boon for Tulsa and Oklahoma, adding to their growing reputation for being friendly to film and video productions.
Creator of the modern-day Western “Yellowstone” and crime thriller “Mayor of Kingstown,” Taylor Sheridan, announced the backdrop of his next series will be Tulsa. Also, a series based on the life of 19th century Black lawman Bass Reeves will star David Oyelowo, of “Selma” fame.
If the new USA BMX Hall of Fame, headquarters, museum and track complex is to be a success, it’s going to need people like Kai Wall. He’s 6, and at Tuesday’s ribbon-cutting ceremony celebrating the opening of the $23 million facility, he spoke as earnestly as a child can...
In Tulsa, Oklahoma, visionaries and entrepreneurs are teaming up with city agencies to undo the terrible damage done in 1921. The Greenwood neighborhood in North Tulsa, known as Black Wall Street, was an affluent African-American community with thriving local businesses, two newspapers, churches and well-known physicians, lawyers, realtors and...
City to consider two development proposals for mixed-use development on Evans-Fintube siteFeb 12 2022
The authority charged with spearheading the city of Tulsa’s economic development efforts is a step closer to selecting a firm to build a mixed-use development on the old Evans-Fintube property north of downtown. Officials with the Tulsa Authority for Economic Opportunity said Friday that two development teams remain in...