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Tulsa World Scene podcast: Tributes to Woody Guthrie and Bass Reeves

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This week, Grace Wood and Jimmie Tramel talk about ways to stay cool in the hot summer.

Also discussed:

  • Punk band Dropkick Murphys will release an acoustic album of Woody Guthrie songs, recorded at Church Studio and are coming to Tulsa Theater in November.
  • Prolific mural artist Bob Palmer helps Muskogee pay tribute to Bass Reeves. Reeves was a former slave who became a deputy U.S. marshal that made more than 3,000 arrests in 32 years patrolling outlaw-marinated, pre-statehood Oklahoma.
  • Talking about the upcoming Elvis movie
  • Previewing the upcoming World of Homes showcase home feature: A Victorian-style mansion that resembles something out of a storybook. on a five-acre property in Jenks

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I cover pop culture and work as a feature writer at the Tulsa World. A former Oklahoma sports writer of the year, I have written books about former OU coach Barry Switzer and former OSU coach Pat Jones. Phone: 918-581-8389

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I write for the Tulsa World because it's important to me to highlight the vibrant culture and community we have in Tulsa. I joined the team in October 2021 and write about music, local businesses, homes and gardens for the Scene section.

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