A crowd of about 75 gathered along the Spokane River near...
There is little argument in Indian country that Canyon...
The Native Trailblazers Radio Show has announced a call for...
Native authors wanting to get their books published may...
As we reported in ICTMN, one of our esteemed photographers...
Drum groups are the traditional beat of Indian country, but...
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Arts and Entertainment

ICTMN Staff
8/18/11
Native Sun News reported that Russell Means—the 72-year-old Lakota political activist, actor, writer, producer, and dabbler in music—is battling terminal esophageal, or throat, can...
Maria Scandale
8/18/11
The Crow Fair is described on its website as a “a giant family reunion under the Big Sky,” and that means the family of people who camp for the gathering take in the big sky from t...
Gale Courey Toensing
8/17/11
An American Indian man has sued NBCUniversal for discrimination and other civil-rights violations two years after he claims fellow workers taunted him with racial remarks and hung ...
ICTMN Staff
8/17/11
Santa Fe is a fun place, with no shortage of attractions; if you're going there for the August 20-21 Santa Fe Indian Market (or if you're going there any time at all, really) it he...
ICTMN Staff
8/16/11
A lost Navajo sheepdog. An Amazonian Tribe, 15 years later. A Tlinlit entrepreneur...
ICTMN Staff
8/16/11
The American Indian Film Institute in San Francisco has extended its submission deadline for the 36th annual American Indian Film Festival and is still accepting entries...
ICTMN Staff
8/15/11
The announcement, last year, that Johnny Depp would be playing Tonto in a new film version of The Lone Ranger made waves in both Hollywood and Indian country...
ICTMN Staff
8/15/11
Here's something interesting we stumbled across in an article about Ten Movies that Accurately Predicted the Future : The first pick is a little-remembered comedy from 1979 called ...
ICTMN Staff
8/14/11
The battle over mountaintop mining for coal has mostly been fought in the U.S...
ICTMN Staff
8/14/11
Elizabeth Lameman (née Dillon) is an Irish, Anishinaabe, and Métis writer who looks at indigenous representations in video games and other digital media...

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