By Fred L. Jones, Jr. Eagle Staff Writer fjones@theoklahomaeagle.net     Magnolias Café is a modern Creole Breakfast/Lunch Café nestled in the heel of Tulsa’s business district in downtown Tulsa, 907 S. Detroit Ave, in the Sun Oil Building. The restaurant is sit-down New...
By Eagle Newswire     The poor will always be among us. People wonder if there is anything they can do to help end the suffering of others.  While no one person can solve the complex problems that cause homelessness, there is...
By Fred L Jones, Jr. Eagle Staff Writer fjones@theoklahomaeagele.net     Native Tulsan Caroline Bennett is making her dreams come true as an Inspirational speaker, spoken word artist, entrepreneur, storyteller, singer and #FreeBlackGirlRising are a few words to describe this native of north Tulsa. Bennett...
By Sherry Laskey Eagle Guest Reporter       A red cardinal represents many things to many people but in this case, it represents East Central High School Girls Track team.  They are going to 5A State Finals next weekend in Moore, Oklahoma, against, Memorial,...
By Robert Lee Eagle Guest Writer     “Shades of White” is about love, according to playwright Ilan Kozlowski.   He is speaking of his motive for writing the play. “What I have done with the play is take a little bit of an open...
The Oklahoma Eagle Newswire   It’s no secret that insurance is a basic need that we all require. But many people find themselves paying far too much for their coverages. The Pillar Group LLC is a privately held, financial firm headquartered...
  www.heart.org Heart disease is the  No. 1 killer for all Americans, and stroke is also a leading cause of death. As frightening as those statistics are the risks of getting those diseases are even higher for African-Americans. The good news is,...
By Fred L. Jones, Jr. Eagle Staff Writer fjones@theoklahomaeagle.net     The 2018 Women of Color Expo Tulsa will take place. Saturday, September 15 from 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. and is FREE for all to attend. Seminars include information on finances, health, hair, spiritual wellness...
www.newson6.com By Justin Shrair News On 6   Members of the Greenwood Chamber of Commerce took to the streets Tuesday night to protest ongoing issues between them and the board. The protesters said they’re frustrated with many issues, including feeling ignored. "We’re out here to...
www.talkbusiness.net By Talk Business & Politics staff (staff2@talkbusiness.net)     Arvest Bank on Tuesday (April 9) announced the hiring of former Walmart executive LaTricia Hill-Chandler as the company’s new diversity and inclusion officer. Hill-Chandler most recently served as a senior manager II for diversity and...