Lee Allen
8/19/12
Listening to tales of the numbers of fish that can be caught in Oregon’s 111-mile-long Umpqua River brings to mind the old adage that goes something like, " All fishermen are liars...
Tish Leizens
8/9/12
An ongoing major cultural exhibit at the Museum of Indian Arts & Culture , New Mexico, delves deeper into basket making and how it plays a significant role in the lives of Amer...

Our reporter Richard Walker has been a part of the

Tish Leizens
8/2/12
The Roasting Ears of Corn Festival , said to be “Pennsylvania’s Oldest American Indian Gathering” is honoring American Indians once again, August 18 and 19, for the 32 nd year...

In the August issue of National Geographic, some well known Pine Ridge Indian Reservation residents spoke with the m

Tish Leizens
7/31/12
Buffalo Hills Resort , located in Senacaville, Ohio, is hosting its 1 st Annual Native American Pow Wow , which began on July 26 and ends on July 29...
Lynn Armitage
8/5/12
There’s something magical about Lake Tahoe . The moment you lay eyes on its impossibly blue, crystal-clear waters, you will be forever captive to its beauty...
Jack McNeel
8/19/12
The first thing to hit your eyes are the totem poles...
Carol Berry
7/19/12
Skateboarding isn’t exactly social work, but in some ways it could be...

It’s a chilly fall morning and noted Nuu-chah-Nulth carver Joe Martin is piloting his Lund on the glassy Clayoquot S

Pages