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November-December 2015

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Holiday Gift Guide: Indian Art Market

Holiday Gift Guide: Indian Art Market

The Pueblo Grande Museum Auxiliary's Indian Market (Dec. 12 & 13 in Phoenix) features more than 100 artists, entertainment, Indigenous foods and more.

Holiday Gift Guide: Indigenous Foods

Holiday Gift Guide: Indigenous Foods

The foodie on your list will relish these Indigenous dishes from "body, mind & spirit: Native Cooking of the Americas."

Holiday Gift Guide: Art Appreciation

Holiday Gift Guide: Art Appreciation

If you have an art enthusiast in your life, they're going to love visiting the Museum of Northern Arizona, featuring the much-anticipated exhibition, You Are On Indian Land, opening Nov. 21.

Holiday Gift Guide: Indigenous Beats

Holiday Gift Guide: Indigenous Beats

Music lovers will appreciate what's in store at Canyon Records, producers and distributors of today's hottest Native American albums.

Lacrosse Comes Home

Lacrosse Comes Home

The World Indoor Lacrosse Championships becomes the first international sporting competition held on the Indigenous lands, the sovereign territory of the Onondaga Nation.

Joy Harjo Lands Major Poetry Award

Joy Harjo Lands Major Poetry Award

Harjo (Mvskoke) is the recipient of the 2015 Wallace Stevens Award from the Academy of American Poets. Plus, Harjo gives fans a preview of what to expect in 2016.

Sterlin Harjo's

Sterlin Harjo's

Filmmaker Sterlin Harjo (Seminole/Creek) discusses his third feature film, "Mekko," which not only thrills and entertains with stars Rod Rondeaux (Creek) and Zahn McClarnon (Hunkpapa Lakota), but also gives voice to Tulsa’s homeless population. Plus, other Indigenous films of 2015.

Harjo & the 'Holy Beings'

Harjo & the 'Holy Beings'

A review of Joy Harjo’s (Mvskoke) latest book of poetry, Conflict Resolution for Holy Beings, provides readers a guide to enjoying the musically influenced prose of one of the nation’s most celebrated Indigenous writers.

Fancing Dancing: Diné Style

Fancing Dancing: Diné Style

Our writer spent the last several years living among the Diné, who are often crowned champions in men’s fancy dance contests. This story weaves a beautiful narrative following Diné dancers Isaiah Bob and Spike Draper through powwows and historical perspectives and reimagines what intertribal trade means today.

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