Soon to be back in service

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Just a brief note: I should be back to posting daily starting tomorrow.

As I write this, this week's Urban Tulsa Weekly isn't online yet, but it should be soon. My column this week is on the Greenwood Gap Theory -- the widely-believed notion that nothing happened in Tulsa's historic African-American commercial district between the riot that destroyed it in 1921 and the construction of OSU-Tulsa in the late '80s, a notion that avoids confronting the devastation of urban renewal.

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G Webster Wormleigh said:

An earlier book, The Federal Bulldozer, should be required reading for some in Tulsa who wonder about where the Greenwood area went.

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