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The Week That Was: May 1, 2016
Navajo Modern Day Trading Post
Native Suicide: Intergenerational Trauma
Kinship and Tribal Nations
N8V Writers Selected for LA Writers Lab
Songs for Water Raise Money for Walks
NMAI Profile: Jim Taylor
I Do Not Enjoy The Spring
Marika Trujillo Crowned Miss Indian UNM
Clinton: Trump 'Off the Reservation'
Colorado Senate Slated to Kill Bill
Musician Tony Enos: Welcoming 2 Spirits
Manning: A Bitter Sweet Anniversary
Pump You Up! Native Men Empowered in NM
Toronto 2nd City Hosting Diversity Wknd
Protecting 1.7mn Acres Near Grand Canyon
Tunica-Biloxi Tribe Hires MTGA
Homeless Kitty; Sleepless Prince
Diabetic Wound Care in Cuba
Poems on Birth, Death & Pawnee Cosmology
Thing About Skins
Solstice Supermoon Blankets Us With Light
It’s the moon to end all moons, the biggest and brightest of 2013, and it will be sitting pretty in the sky overnight on Saturday June 22 to Sunday June 23...
Solstice and Supermoon Dominate This Weekend as Summer Arrives
Summer has officially dawned, bathing Turtle Island and the rest of the Northern Hemisphere in the most sunshine it will get all year...
Renewing Awe and Gratitude With a Trip to the Edge of the Universe
It’s a wonderland of receding planetary bodies and galaxy clusters that takes us to the edges of our cosmic horizon, looking from the outside in at what resembles a dense blue sphe...
Surprise Meteor Shower Possible, Gamma Delphinids’ First Appearance Since 1930
Insomniacs rejoice, for the sleepless who gaze skyward at about 3:30 a.m...
Climate Change Suspected in Early Arrival of Ephemeral Noctilucent Clouds
Diaphanous, ephemeral, the clouds of summer sunsets that usually arrive in June are early this year, and some researchers believe that may be fueled by climate change...
Jupiter Exits, Venus and Mercury Have June Spring Fling
While Mercury, Jupiter and Venus have been triangulating and elongating, taking new positions each night just after sunset, the days have been lengthening and lengthening as the su...
Massive Asteroid, Blacker Than Coal and Toting Its Own Moon, Shoots Past Earth
The literal mother of all asteroids—as far as Near Earth Objects are concerned, at any rate—is shooting by this afternoon...
Manhattanhenge on the Half-Grid Obscured, Full Sun Version Has Hope
If it weren’t pouring rain and overcast, we would be seeing the famous phenomenon known as Manhattanhenge right now...
Mercury, Venus, Jupiter in Tight Triangular Tryst
A rare meeting between three luminescent heavenly bodies lights up the sky for Memorial Day weekend and beyond, and the space experts say it’s one not to be missed...
May Super Moon Bigger Than Life, Plus a Tiny Eclipse
The venerable and ever-faithful moon actually orbits Mother Earth at different distances throughout the year, and for the next few months our satellite is on the perihelion side, o...
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