Oklahoma Today Podcast: May 6, 2024

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A pillar of many communities is the local library. They helps us gain vital knowledge, satisfy curiosities, pass the time, and get stuff done. Their importance is felt even more in the summer, when schools are out and students (and their parents) need to find ways to occupy their time. For those in the Tulsa area, the Tulsa City-County Library System offers a variety of programming for all ages, all times of the year. Librarians Ellen Cummings and Laura Raphael join the show to talk about their 2024 summer reading program and other fun things going on at their libraries in the coming months. 

Also on this week's show, the editors share some of their own favorite libraries to visit, and podvents offers some obscure geography facts. We hope you enjoy!

The Oklahoma Today Podcast is sponsored by Bravado Wireless.

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Written By
Ben Luschen

Luschen joined the *Oklahoma Today*’ staff as Research Editor in 2021 and currently works as the magazine's Web Editor, managing the website and social media fronts. His past *Oklahoma Today* stories have ranged in content from the state's bee and quail industries to its vibrant art and music scenes. Not adverse to a road trip, Luschen is always on the lookout for the next big adventure. He is never out of opinions about the current state of Oklahoma City Thunder basketball.

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