Travels with Tulsans – Route 66

Although I haven't been on the road much lately, I've been working on a few projects.  The one I'm most excited about is a presentation I'm giving a week from today in downtown Tulsa at the newly renovated Central Library! The Tulsa City-County Library hosts a series of talks annually where local folks share their travel … Continue reading Travels with Tulsans – Route 66

Tulsa: Birthplace of the Hamburger

Today I thought I'd do something a little different.  I was recently made aware of an article written back in 1995 for the Oklahoma Today magazine about the origins of the hamburger.  Considering the subject matter and Tulsa's place in history, I thought you all might be interested.  I was unable to include the photographs … Continue reading Tulsa: Birthplace of the Hamburger

Monuments to Tulsa Transportation

Shortly after noon today, I was walking through the cold in west Tulsa. I'd stopped at Howard Park on Southwest Boulevard, a place I've driven by dozens of times but had never stopped.  It was empty on this blustery winter afternoon and the overcast sky made the empty tree branches look even more desolate.  Traffic zipped by on … Continue reading Monuments to Tulsa Transportation