When comparing the system of justice in the USA to other countries, we can become horrified and perplexed at how unjust legal systems are around the world. Talking with friends, quick life motto's that have been instilled since childhood come out, "If you can't do the time don't do the crime" or "they just look like they were up to no good" or "they wouldn't be sitting in jail or going through this problem if they hadn't done something to get them in the mess in the first pla
Brookside Pottery is located at 415 S Boston Ave Tulsa, Oklahoma (918) 697-6364 Touted as a Gallery and Studio for pottery and painting and a place to go for date nights with friends and family, welcome by appointment with lots of personal attention and care. Click either picture and find Brookside Pottery on Facebook... and have fun! Linda started Brookside Pottery started in Tulsa in 1991. It is a working pottery studio with stoneware sculpture and dinnerware, clay glazes
Senior Safety & Lifestyle Fair 2019 will be held Tuesday, July 30, 2019 at 8:30 AM – 3 PM Click the picture to go directly to the Facebook event and to find out more about this organization. #LifeSeniorServices #Tulsa #ElderCare #SeniorSafetyLifestyleFair
June 14, 2017 - Tulsa, OK - Emily Wood will be discussing and signing, It Was Magic , from 11:30 AM to 5 PM at an inside table during the 3rd DECOPOLIS BookFest at 5th and Boston on Saturday, June 17, 2017. It Was Magic, is a love story for all ages reflecting the outcomes and consequences of choices made through constant communication between spouses as the magic of true partnership in marriage, parenthood, careers, public service, and adventure nurture relationships.
Who is your favorite radio DJ? Do you even listen to music played by stations with DJ’s? Before my parents married in 1952, dad gave mom a brand new Philco, cabinet-style radio with a built-in record player which was more a piece of furniture than entertainment center. Both AM and FM were on the dial but there were no FM stations on the air at the time. The Philco was only operated by my parents until I was around age ten. I still remember the first time I was allowed to turn