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.
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