TulsaPeople Preview: Portraits Of A Revitalization
Downtown Tulsa is transforming, and the changes are easy to see. The folks at TulsaPeople magazine took notice, but found out getting to this point took a lot of effort.TulsaPeople writer Jennie Lloyd stopped by the KTUL studios Thursday to talk about her feature article in the April edition."Doing this story was very exciting for me, " she said. "I didn't have to leave my neighborhood. I did organize it to where I could just walk around and go to these different interviews. There were 19 of them."Her piece is called "Portraits of a revitalization" and profiles the pioneers, visionaries, entrepreneurs, cheerleaders, builders and strategists behind downtown Tulsa's second chance.The April edition is on newsstands now. You can pick up a free copy of Tulsa People at any area Starbucks location, or get the e-edition online at tulsapeople.com.Tulsa People is also available through a free app for Apple products.Watch Tulsa People Preview each Thursday at 6:20am on Good Morning Oklahoma to get an inside perspective from those who wrote the articles featured in the current month's edition of TulsaPeople.