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'Beautiful Games': An Interactive Map

'Beautiful Games': An Interactive Map

The Indigenous games of North America + Hawaii mapped.

January-February 2015
Game Changers: 12 Native Athletes Who Made History

Game Changers: 12 Native Athletes Who Made History

Our time line highlights First Americans of the past century who raised the bar in track, football, baseball, basketball and lacrosse.

January-February 2015
Resolution to Read

Resolution to Read

Institute of American Indian Arts hosts Sherman Alexie, Joy Harjo, others for Writers Festival this week in Santa Fe.

January-February 2015
‘Seasoned With Spirit’

‘Seasoned With Spirit’

Chef Loretta Barrett Oden (Citizen Potawatomi Nation) cooks up a frybread alternative

January-February 2015
A Loloma Lost, Then Found

A Loloma Lost, Then Found

A reader asks about the value of a Charles Loloma pendant her parents gifted her years ago. Another learns about Navajo folk art.

January-February 2015
Fashion Finds in Alaska Reinvent the Traditional

Fashion Finds in Alaska Reinvent the Traditional

An Athabascan designer's fish skin garments push fashion forward in Alaska. Plus a mask carver designs fashion-statement pieces and another artist creates sealskin, slippers and jackets.

January-February 2015
Inupiaq Culture and Language Come to the Fore in ‘Never Alone’

Inupiaq Culture and Language Come to the Fore in ‘Never Alone’

Review: The breakthrough videogame set in the Arctic serves as an example of what’s possible.

January-February 2015
Sweet Memories

Sweet Memories

3 holiday dessert recipes in honor of Native Peoples’ longtime food photographer Martin “Marty” Jacobs

November-December 2014
Wendy Red Star on the Rise

Wendy Red Star on the Rise

The Crow artist takes on heavy topics with humor and cutting commentary.

November-December 2014
Music as Medicine: Life and Lyrics of Frank Waln

Music as Medicine: Life and Lyrics of Frank Waln

The 24-year-old is set to release his first full-length album, but the recent college grad already has a significant following via his viral videos, awards and activism. As he launches into post-college life, Waln talks about his youth, and how music and ceremony saved him.

September-October 2014