July 26, 2016

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First Nations TV continues partnership with Indian Pride, Circle of Nations Written by Media Release 330
'The Red Man’s View' features all-star Native American cast Written by DAVID VELARDE 641
Hawaiian born actor hopeful for Emmy nomination for portrayal of Squanto Written by LYNN ELBER, AP Television Writer 198
Cherokee Pulitzer Prize finalist’s novel to be released in paperback Written by Associated Press 354
Choctaw Nation to Share Culture in Nation’s Capital Written by Media Release 350
Truth or Consequences celebrates 100 years with 3-day party Written by Erica Asmus-Otero 722
Indian Relay races coming to Buffalo, Wyoming Written by PIHRA Media Release 1668
GON moving to smaller venue Written by RUSSELL CONTRERAS, Associated Press 365
'Keepers of the Game' to air on ESPN2 Written by Media Release 737
Artesian Arts Festival set for May 28 Written by TONY CHOATE, Chickasaw Nation Media Release 494
Review: In ‘LaRose,’ Louise Erdrich looks at atonement Written by CARLA K. JOHNSON, Associated Press 305
Gathering of Nations will no longer be held at The Pit Written by Associated Press 412
Purification gathering survives through troubled times Written by Lee Allen 684
'Children of the Artic' celebrates TV premiere Written by Media Release 842
Kids among cast ‘Finding Nemo’ in Navajo translation Written by Associated Press 736
Native American TV writers lab calling for script submissions Written by LA Skins Fest 1010
Critics of Oscars show say diversity talk was too narrow Written by HILLEL ITALIE, AP National Writer 484
Academy Awards take on issues beyond #OscarsSoWhite Written by LINDSEY BAHR and JAKE COYLE, AP Film Writers 432
An Amazonian sight at the Oscars Written by E.J. TÁMARA, Associated Press 511
Vision Maker Media announces film festival for March Written by Vision Maker Media 642
Multi-Ethnic Media Coalition wants full Hollywood diversity Written by LYNN ELBER, AP Television Writer 735
'The Revenant' showcases Native Americans in Hollywood Written by Red Nation Film Festival Media Release 3003
‘The Revenant’ wins best film drama at Globes, actor dedicates award to Native Americans Written by JAKE COYLE, AP Film Writer 917
Nat Geo movie tells gritty Pilgrims’ tale Written by DAVID BAUDER, AP Television Writer 3293
Santa Fe Indian Market hosts holiday fundraiser Written by Media Release 667
Mekko Film Wins at imagineNATIVE Written by imagineNative Media Release 952
WORLD Channel Celebrates Native American Culture Written by WORLD Channel Media Release 1116
Review: 'Dark Reservations’ is briskly paced novel Written by OLINE H. COGDILL, Associated Press 751
Poet Simon Ortiz headlines Southwest writer festival Written by Associated Press 806
Teepee village continues to be part of Pendleton Round-Up Written by KATHY ANEY, The East Oregonian 919
Rap Pioneer, Film Favorite Gary “Litefoot” Davis to Co-Host IMAs in Winnipeg Written by Media Release 705
National park in North Dakota to host astronomy festival Written by Associated Press 774
East Tennessee State hosting Native American Festival Written by Associated Press 847
Chickasaw Nation Annual Meeting, Festival set Sept. 25 – Oct. 3
 Written by TONY CHOATE, Chickasaw Nation Media Release 1123
imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival, Toronto October 14-18, 2015 Written by Media Release 998
International artists to help locals expand overseas during Aboriginal Music Week 2015 Written by Media Release 1315
Award Winning New Documentary Features Tarahumara Runners Written by Dana & Sarah Films Media Release 1403
Choctaw Indian Fair beings four-day run Tuesday Written by Associated Press 1501
Sherman Alexie explores new realm with picture book Written by LUQMAN ADENIYI, Associated Press 1020
Bacone College Wins Telly Award Written by WENDY BURTON, Bacone College Media Release 969
Catch Isabelle's Garden, Part of PBS Online Film Festival, June 15 - July 17 Written by Vision Maker Media News Release 744
June festivals, celebrations set at Chickasaw Cultural Center
 Written by Chad Woods 1145
Canada: Aboriginal Day Live & Celebration is June 20 Written by APTN Media Release 952
Heard Museum Monthly Calendar: July 2015 Written by Media Release 1350
Native Voices at the Autry Presents Festival of New Plays Written by Media Release 2191
40th Annual American Indian Film Festival
 November 6 - 14, 2015
 Written by Media Release 1781
Chickasaw Reunion ready to welcome all May 1-2 Written by Chickasaw Nation Media Release 1050
American Indian actors quit Adam Sandler movie over names Written by Associated Press 1242
SHI to sponsor first family night for Baby Raven Reads Written by Sealaska Heritage Institute Media Release 1143
RSU-TV to offer channel devoted to Native American content Written by Associated Press 2178
Dancer defeats 7-time champion to win hoop dance contest Written by Heard Museum Media Release 3393
Native Voices at the Autry Presents 'Off the Rails' by Randy Reinholz Written by Native Voices At the Autry Media Release 3329
Chickasaw Nation film judged best at Oklahoma film festival Written by Associated Press 1918
Cherokee Nation launches monthly program highlighting people, places, history and culture Written by Cherokee Nation Media Release 2544
Native American TV network gets $6M to expand Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 3138
TV Diversity: Non-black minority actors face even larger challenges Written by DAVID BAUDER, LYNN ELBER and FRAZIER MOORE, AP Television Writers 3020
Sundance hit ‘Drunktown’s Finest’ opens in New York Feb. 20 Written by Indion Entertainment Media Release 3917
Kickstarter campaign seeks funds for Native sci-fi thriller Written by Staff Report 3514
Sherman Alexie among the speakers at BookCon 2015 Written by HILLEL ITALIE, AP National Writer 3835
IAIA Writers Festival features Alexie, Harjo, other reknowned authors Written by . 4007
‘Finding Nemo’ to be told in Navajo language Written by FELICIA FONSECA, Associated Press 3061
Cherokee author teaming with Brad Pitt on sci-fi movie Written by Staff Report 3764
Native American studio releases Inupiat game Written by MATT BUXTON, Fairbanks Daily News-Miner 2572
National Museum of the American Indian’s Mvskoke Etvlwv: The Muscogee People Festival Written by CHRISTINA GOOD VOICE, MCN Media Release 3480
Lakota singer up for best new artist award Written by Associated Press 3121
Native flute sensation receives 2 NAMMY nominations Written by SUSAN OLIVER, Media Release 3479
Comanche Nation College hosts 11th annual Film Festival Written by Brian Daffron, Comanche Nation College Media Release 3584
TV producers turn to state for casting, locations Written by Associated Press 2677
Muscogee (Creek) Nation Hosts 2nd Annual Indian Fall Festival Written by Mvskoke Media Press Release 3047
Heard Museum announces upcoming events Written by Heard Museum Media Release 3335
World premiere of 'Purchase of Manhattan' opera Written by Morgan Rubin, BerlinRosen Public Affairs 3558
Muscogee (Creek) Nation Announces New Attractions for 2014 Tulsa State Fair Written by Mvskoke Media Press Release 3042
C&A Television receives OETA partnership award Written by Lisa Liebl, Cheyenne & Arapaho Tribes Media Release 3310
Award-winning Native American Actors Selected for “Te Ata” Cast Written by Chickasaw Nation Media Release 4070
LaDonna Harris: Indian 101 Written by Vision Maker Media 3935
George Clooney’s new film sets Louisiana casting call Written by Associated Press 2768
Review: Artists cover landmark Johnny Cash album Written by JOHN CARUCCI, Associated Press 3041
Feature film to tell story of treasured Chickasaw actress Written by TONY CHOATE, Chickasaw Nation Media Release 2805
Chickasaw Nation sets casting call for ‘Te Ata’ Written by Chickasaw Nation Media Release 2233
Sundance Institute Celebrates 20th Anniversary
of its Native American and Indigenous Program Written by Sundance Institute Media Release 3716
Hard Rock International signs Native artist Written by Coyne PR Media Release 3483
Feature film 'Mekko' to start shooting in Tulsa Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 2927
Guswenta: Renewing the Two Row Wampum Film Released Written by Media Release 2979
OETA launching Native themed programming in April Written by LENZY KREHBIEL-BURTON, Native Times 2975
Tulsa libraries inviting public to Native American Festival of Words program Written by John Fancher, AIRC 3416
Film Festival to Explore Links Between Land and Indigenous Cultural Identities Written by Joshua B. Nelson 5059
TV show reaches out to a Ramapough tribe Written by ALLISON PRIES, The Record of Woodland Park 3736
Greater Tulsa Indian Art Festival this weekend Written by . 3875
Conn. tribal official dons disguise for TV show Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 2754
Navajo writer release free download of e-book Written by Media Release 5066
Sundance Institute’s Native American and Indigenous Film Lab Submissions Open Written by Sundance Institute Media Release 3453
Cable provider providing free Native American programming for Nov. Written by Comcast Media Release via Business Wire 4143
Choctaw film maker focuses on the paranormal Written by KAREN SHADE, Native Times 7106
Star Wars in Navajo language to make Okla. debut Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 3787
Cherokee Holiday: Traditional Games & Event Schedule Written by Cherokee Nation Communications Office 4727
Review: 'The Lone Ranger collapses in scrap heap of train wreckage' Written by JAKE COYLE, AP Entertainment Writer 4661
Cherokee Festival Celebrates Native Peoples From Around the World Written by Media Release 3506
Event Is Part Of Native Voices’ Signature First Look Series: Plays In Process Written by Media Release 2474
Film brings Native philosophy to mainstream Written by Christina Rose, Native Sun News 4035
Red carpet rolled out in Red Dirt Country for Johnny Depp Written by LISA SNELL, Native American Times 6236
PBS airing encore of 'Lewis & Clark: The Journey of the Corps of Discovery' Written by Media Release 5715
Chickasaw Cultural Center Hosts “The Cherokee Word for Water” Event June 22-23 Written by Chickasaw Nation Media Release 2802
Public Invited to SMSC’s Annual Wacipi (Pow Wow) Written by TESSA LEHTO, SMSC News Release 3428
Creek language play premiering during tribal festival Written by LETA RECTOR 4185
Native American flute music celebrated in Townsend Written by Associated Press 3018
Heard Museum 2013-2014 ANNUAL CALENDAR OF EXHIBITS & EVENTS Written by Mark Scarp, Heard Museum News Release 6426
Will Disney’s new Tonto be any better? Written by FELICIA FONSECA, Associated Press 3514
2013 NAMMY winners announced Written by Canyon Records Media Release 3761
The Autry National Center Presents Art of the West Written by AUTRY NATIONAL CENTER MEDIA RELEASE 3093
Ak-Chin Indian Community hosting nationwide premiere of 'Running Deer' Written by Christine Holtz 2650
Ak-Chin Indian Community hosting nationwide premiere of 'Running Deer' Written by Christine Holtz 3520
Pala Band of Mission Indians Documentary Nominated for Emmy Award Written by Doug Elmets, Media Release 3966
Tonto written as more than a sidekick Written by HANNAH DREIER, Associated Press 4069
Native play festival adds even more to this year’s entertainment lineup Written by KAREN SHADE, Native American Times 3582
Cherokee Storytelling on Tap at NSU Jazz Lab Written by Marilyn Craig, UKB Communications Office 3852
TV show jokes about alcoholism among Ariz. tribes Written by FELICIA FONSECA, Associated Press 4175
Southern Ute radio gets a signal boost Written by Associated Press 3209
PBS airing series on Oglala Sioux woman April 1-2 Written by Independent Lense News 3648
Navajo singer heading to Grammys Written by JENNY KANE, The Daily Times 3773
Chickasaw community radio station joins World Radio Day celebration Written by Josh Rogers, Chickasaw Nation Public Affairs 3226
Choctaw musician brings new album tour to Tulsa, OKC Written by KAREN SHADE, Native American Times 3820
UNL event to feature Sherman Alexie Written by Associated Press 3643
World's best hoop dancers return to Phoenix to vie for world champion title Written by Mark Scarp 4920
Book: Code Talker, A Novel of the Navajo Written by Publisher's Release 3469
Sousa on the Rez: The Rez Marches to the Beat of a Different Drum Written by JESSICA KINZER 5118
OSU play to focus on Okla. Native narratives Written by LENZY KREHBIEL-BURTON, Native American Times 3567
Historical fiction takes unique look at interaction between Native Americans, early American settler Written by Cherokee Talisman Media Release 3831
Tulsa to welcome Rita Rudner, Paul Reiser Written by Osage Casinos Media Release 3229
Noted Chickasaw performer Te Ata featured in new Bill Murray movie Written by Deborah Large, Chickasaw Nation Public Affairs 5702
Wilma Mankiller celebrated during film’s Okla. premiere Written by KAREN SHADE, Native American Times 6085
Chickasaw Cultural Christmas Celebration Written by Chickasaw Nation News Release 4520
NAMMYS rescheduled for May 10 at Seneca Niagara Casino Written by Tony Astran, Seneca Nation Gaming News Release 3764
Book covers Alaskan, Native American film star Written by SHANNON HAUGLAND, Daily Sitka Sentinel 3945
Red Fork Native American Film Festival Oct. 19-20 Written by Red Fork Film Festival Release 4818
International support for movie with a purpose Written by West of Thunder Press Release 3679
Entertainer launches comic book series Written by KAREN SHADE, Native American Times 5955
New Native American plays wanted for festival Written by KAREN SHADE, Native American Times 3753
Crooked Arrows, In Range & On Target Available on Blu-ray and DVD October 23rd Written by PR NEWSWIRE 3521
Native Filmmakers bring expertise to Oklahoma Summit Written by Tony Choate, Chickasaw Nation Media Relations Director 4667
Choctaw Nation giving back to community with Labor Day Festival Written by BRET MOSS, Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma 5376
Cherokee choir debuts newest CD for annual holiday Written by AMANDA CLINTON, Cherokee Nation Communications 3710
Navajo Nation Fair to Highlight Navajo Treasures Written by Roberta John 5324
Chickasaw Children's Choir Forming Now Written by Chickasaw Nation News Release 2689
60th Cherokee Holiday to host traditional sporting events Written by Cherokee Tourism News Release 3082
Vote for the 2012 Aboriginal People’s Choice Music Awards Written by APCMA Press Release 2788
Cherokee Heritage Center offers a free weekend of cultural activities Written by Cherokee Tourism News Release 3790
Sundance Institute collaborates with Chickasaw Nation to host film events in Oklahoma Written by Chickasaw Nation News Release 5327
Film on Native languages named official White Sands selection Written by The Young Ancestors News Release 3890
New Tonto, familiar feelings for Native Americans Written by MANUEL VALDES, Associated Press 4078
Disney unveils 'Lone Ranger' trailer at Comic-Con Written by SANDY COHEN, AP Entertainment Writer 3861
Wahzhazhe: Story of the Osage people Written by Karen Shade, Native American Times 7133
SMSC Announces Dates for Annual Wacipi: August 17, 18, and 19, 2012 Written by Tessa Lehto, SMSC News Release 4263
OKC festival debuts Native works Written by KAREN SHADE, Native American Times 4975
Powwow draws tens of thousands Written by SUSAN MONTOYA BRYAN, Associated Press 4324
First Nations Experience TV expands with VerizonSan Bernardino, Calif. – FNX: First Nations Experien Written by . 3474
Chickasaw Press takes home 2 Oklahoma Book Awards Written by Rebecca Ayres, Chickasaw Nation 4108
Norman Public Library’s Native American Festival focuses on the 7th generation Written by Norman Public Library 4269
Hozhoni Days begins March 26 with Miss Hozhoni Pageant Written by Hozhoni Days News Release 3715
New TV show featuring Navajo police to air Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 5262
Bunky Echo-Hawk to perform at Dance for Mother Earth Powwow Written by NASA, University of Michigan 3536
Walmart inks distribution deal with Joanne Shenandoah for new album Written by SHELLEY BLUEJAY PIERCE 4424
Film with novice Eskimo cast opens in US theaters Written by RACHEL D’ORO, Associated Press 4682
Arvel Bird pays tribute to the Titanic with 'musical journey' Written by Jody Roberts, Native Spirit Public Relations 3797
Three Dog Night will play at the Osage Event Center, Saturday, Feb. 11 Written by Osage Event Center News 3922
Houma Indian station KUHN hits FM airwaves Written by NIKKI BUSKEY, The Courier, Houma 3930
‘Song of Winter’ an Indian Country Christmas in Tulsa Written by . 5143
OK Music Hall of Fame inducts 3 Native artists Written by DANA ATTOCKNIE, Native American Times 6007
Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame inducts Native musicians Written by Penny Kampf, Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame 7149
Book Review: Secret History of the Cherokees Written by Wilhelm Murg 6640
Radio: Old medium serves vital purpose in Indian Country Written by FELICIA FONSECA, Associated Press 4665
Book chronicles expedition through Amazon jungle Written by MALCOLM RITTER, Associated Press 3561
Cherokee Music Veteran Receives Grammy Nomination for her Nanyehi Project Written by PAM LEWIS, PLA Media 3775
Tulsa’s newest music venue celebrates first birthday Written by Jennifer Hardesty 4081
Announcing the 2012 Finale® National Composition Contest Written by American Composers Forum 3945
Unconventional beginnings: Rock band ready to represent Written by KAREN SHADE, Native American Times 5749
Official SXSW Band Application Deadline November 4th
 Written by Oklahoma Tourism Dept. 5024
Duluth Pocahontas casting criticized Written by Associated Press 4135
Mankiller film to start photography next week Written by Michelle R. Shining Elk 6360
'Choctaw Code Talkers,' 'River of Renewal' official selections at UNAFF film fest Written by Native American Public Telecommunications, Inc. 5519
Brad Garrett Performing at Downstream for Tornado Relief Written by JEN MASTRUD, Heartland Poker Tour 3400
Governor offers support to film Written by Associated Press 3124
Conn. Mohegan tribe hosting annual Wigwam Festival Written by Associated Press 6553
APTN launches new season Written by APTN 5957
Filter, Saliva headline Aug. 11 show at Osage Event Center, Tulsa Written by Osage Casino 5693
Native actor has role in sci-fi western Written by Associated Press 5684
Birmingham starring in lacrosse film Written by Jody Roberts, Native Spirit PR & Entertainment 6401
Video production group making a name on YouTube Written by JoKAY DOWELL, Native Times Magazine 12412
Smithsonian to hold festival of Choctaw food, arts Written by Associated Press 4777
NFB marks National Aboriginal Day Written by Jennifer Mair, NFB Publicist 5134
Red Nation Film Festival calls for submission Written by RNFF PRESS RELEASE 4234
Artist submissions wanted for Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards Written by APCMA release 7370
Chickasaw-made film 'Pearl' gets Oklahoma television premiere June 11 Written by Sharmina Manandhar, Chickasaw Nation 7784
Tickets available for groundbreaking Chickasaw Chamber Music Festival
 Written by Carrie Buckley, Chickasaw Nation 6644
Screwball romantic comedy slated for this weekend Written by . 6457
MCN Festival features fun, free activities for families Written by MUSCOGEE CREEK NATION TOURISM 7467
AITC brings romantic comedy to Tulsa stage June 3-4 Written by Publisher 3935
Osage Casino welcomes Candlebox, Soul Asylum June 10 Written by Publisher 5959
Does your family have British Roots? Written by Dragonfly TV 5398
Chickasaw Nation radio station airing Gathering of Nations Written by JOSH ROGERS, Chickasaw Nation 8289
Grammys drop best Native American album, more than 30 categories Written by NEKESA MUMBI MOODY, AP Music Writer 6460
Acclaimed Native-American actress Shelia Tousey featured at the William Inge Theatre Festiva Written by Bruce Peterson 7853
Martha Redbone charts her own distinctive course, marches to her own beat Written by KARA BRIGGS, American Indian News Service 9096
'Columbus Day Legacy' on public television this weekend Written by Claire Wagner 8349
IHCRC’s Dance of the Two Moons April 16 Written by EMILY BOLUSKY 9642
Native playwright featured in national play festival Written by STAFF REPORTS 8215
Native enjoys film success on festival circuit Written by BERNIE DOTSON, Gallup Independent 9531
New York City film, video festival represents wide range of Native American film making Written by Kara Briggs, American Indian News Service 11374
Heard Museum announces Hoop Dance Champions Written by DEB KROL, Heard Museum 9545
Otoe singer is a ‘screamer’ Written by Heather Sarles, Otoe-Missouria Tribe 10548
‘Dakota 38’: Documentary recalls killing of Dakota warriors Written by MARK STEIL , Minnesota Public Radio 18865
APTN congratulations 2010 Gemini Award winners Written by APTN 5918
Aboriginal Peoples Choice Music Awards Written by Press Release 8979
Attendance woes hit Pa. American Indian gathering Written by ASSOCIATED PRESS 8118
Chickasaw film 'Pearl' begins first commercial theater showing Written by DANA LANCE, Chickasaw Nation 8624
Autry Center showcasing youth created films Written by Yadhira De Leon 7853
Arigon Starr starring in 'The Frybread Queen' at University of Montana Written by University of Montana Press Release 9421
Native TV show ends 30-year run Written by CHRISTINA GOOD VOICE, Native Times Correspondent 9831
Award Winning Rain Song Performs on Pine Ridge Indian Reservation Written by Jennifer Garreau 9300
Chickasaw student composers work featured on new CD Written by DANA LANCE, Chickasaw Nation 8409
Spirit Wind Records releases cd/dvd to thwart domestic abuse Written by Spirit Wind Records 9105
Kiowa filmmaker premieres film at OKC Film Festival Written by Bridget O’Leary, Leaning Tree Productions 9497
Grant funds library storytelling series Written by JOHN FANCHER, Tulsa Library 6786
APTN congratulations winners, nominees at 2010 Rosie Awards Written by Sylvia Kolopenuk, APTN Manager of Communications 6298
Special Performance and Book Signing by Jana Mashonee Written by Deb Krol 8318
SAG Partners with Robert Redford, State of New Mexico for Acting Workshops Written by . 6179
Indigenous to release anniversary album Written by CHRISTINA GOOD VOICE, Native Times Correspondent 8113
Real Indian movie Written by DOMINO FILM AND REZOLUTION PICTURES 12937
NM plans workshops on auditioning for film roles Written by Associated Press 5650
Looking Wolf dedicates newest CD to fighting drug, alcohol abuse Written by VINCENT SCHILLING, Native Times Correspondent 8712
Indian and the White Guy tickets available today Written by CHRIS BARTON 7211
Redford collaborates on N.M. film program Written by SUSAN MONTOYA BRYAN, Associated Press 6960
Heard Museum announces World Hoop Dance winners Written by DEB KROL 10959
Novel by Native American writer will be movie Written by Associated Press 8604
Miller takes home GRAMMY for Native Music Album Written by Lesley Burbridge-Bates 6134
Injunuity: Not your grandfather’s flute music Written by WESLEY MAHAN Native American Times 10577
'Tales of an Urban Indian' March 13-18 Written by CHRISTI CROWE, FLAG Marketing 8460
Documentary captures composer's mission Written by Ken Lingad 7604
Tsosie and friends leave ‘em laughing Written by BERNIE DOTSON, Gallup Independent 9315
Sundance announces Native film lineup Written by Brooks Addicott 9424
First Nations Composer Initiative music festival Jan. 28 Written by First Nations Composer Initiative 6919
Native fims showing at Sundance Festival Written by BROOKS ADDICOTT 6963
Cherokee National Youth Choir release entertaining, educational Written by Gary Fife 12283
Become part of the 2010 Santa Fe Indian Market Written by Southwestern Association for Indian Arts 10503
Big and blue Written by Kara Briggs, American Indian News Service 10320
Play brings Christmas in Indian Country to life Written by WILL CHAVEZ, Native Times Correspondent 7542
Last chance to audition for next Holt Hamilton film Written by Holt Hamilton Films 8792
It’s Christmas time in Indian Country Written by . 10837
‘The Only Good Indian’ wins 3 awards at festival Written by Mary Jane Dunlap, Kansas University Relations 8184
Ore. actress got her big break on ‘Northern Exposure’ TV show Written by . 13997
CD Review: Rain In July Written by Jamison Mahto, Indigenous in the News 8061
New Zealand: From Maori culture to Zorbing Written by KATHY MATHESON
, Associated Press Writer 6489
Native Fall Music Fest this weekend Written by . 6310
Pool tourney for troops Dec. 12-13 in Tulsa Written by Native American Warriors Society 5277
'Carbon Black' begins showing at the Autry Nov. 7 Written by CHRISTI CROWE 7027
Mahenwahdose presents comedy ‘The Fearless Honkah Hunters’ this weekend Written by . 10535
Lorne Cardinal hosting Aboriginal Peoples Choice Awards Written by RoseAnna Schick, RAS Creative 7995
Plateros-Hang On CD Review Written by Jamison Mahto, Indigenous in the News, www.iicoc.com 7869

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