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Arts and Entertainment

Lynn Armitage
2/24/13
When you think of Seattle, the first things that come to mind are probably the Space Needle, Puget Sound, the birthplace of Jimi Hendrix or maybe professional sports franchises lik...
Katherine Abu Hadal
2/20/13
Natural history museums—they are all over the US and abroad too...
Mary Kim Titla
2/20/13
Los Angeles—Just hours prior to the Grammys Pre-Telecast earlier this month, Radmilla Cody, a Navajo recording artist and Grammy nominee, tied her mother’s hair into a traditional ...
Julia Jennings
2/19/13
Diné artist Rex Begaye has a vision. It speaks of the universal connection of Mother Earth, Father Sky and man...
Mark Trahant
2/19/13
This morning President Barack Obama will make yet another pitch, calling on Congress to stop the sequester with a balanced approach. Of course nothing will happen today...
ICTMN Staff
2/19/13
Samantha Crain, Choctaw, releases her third studio album, Kid Face, today, and the video for the first single, "Never Going Back," recently premiered online to rave reviews from Sp...
Lee Allen
2/19/13
Navajo Native Tony Redhouse doesn’t look his age, and for several decades he didn’t act it either...
ICTMN Staff
2/18/13
Twenty years after his death, River Phoenix is hitting the screen one last time in Dark Blood, an unfinished film in which he plays a Hopi Indian...
ICTMN Staff
2/17/13
As part of playwright and activist Eve Ensler's annual V-Day celebration, which brings anti-female violence to the world's attention every Valentine's Day, dance and physical self-...
Lee Allen
2/14/13
Taos Pueblo sculptor John Suazo (Hunter Watching) is a spiritual man who looks at the world from an Indian point of view...

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