Our guest on this installment of ST is Ken Busby, the Executive Director and CEO of the Arts and Humanities Council of Tulsa, which is, per its website, the long-standing "champion of area arts and culture. Diverse education programs advance its mission to inspire creativity, foster appreciation, promote lifelong learning, enhance the quality of individual lives, and contribute economic vitality to the greater community." Today, Busby tells us all about the soon-to-open Hardesty Arts Center --- or AHHA, as its commonly called --- which will have its official, free-to-the-public Grand Opening on Sunday, December 16th, from 1pm till 5pm. (The AHHA Center will be located in the Brady Arts Center in downtown Tulsa, at 101 East Archer Street.) As Busby tells us, this impressively designed, 42,000-square-foot facility will be devoted to the visual arts, with plenty of room for state-of-the-art gallery spaces, studio spaces, classrooms, an outdoor garden, and a performance area. (For more about this new arts center, and about the AHCT more generally, please see this link.) Also on today's program, our medical commentator, Dr. John Henning Schumann of OU-Tulsa, offers a brief and to-the-point essay called "Mad Men."