Lovely Lily Baga, Our Beautiful Future!

Lily Baga, Native Beauty! Interview by Dawn Karima, Native American Culture Editor A delightful young dancer! Name: Lily Baga Age: 11 Tribe: Tachi-Yokut/Rosebud Sioux Q: What style do you dance? I dance fancy shawl Q: What do you like best about your dance style? A:What I like about it is that it’s very energetic and there are many ...

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Phenomenon: Caleb Hairston is a Guitar Hero!

Caleb Hairston, Apache Artist! Caleb Hairston   Caleb Hairston celebrates his unique style! Interview by Dawn Karima, Naive American Culture Editor Caleb Hairston of Blue Mountain Tribe Q) You're such a prominent presence on the music scene! ...

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Interview With JR Lonelodge – Pow Wow Life – Episode 2

An enrolled member of the Southern Arapaho and Southern Cheyenne Tribes of Oklahoma, J.R. Lonelodge has always been inspired by art from his Nations. From beadwork designs passed down from his Grandmother Charlotte Lumpmouth, to historical pieces of tribal art, Mr. Lonelodge uses his own style and infuses art from the past. Listen to our interview with JR Lonelodge! Show Notes War Child Society Merchandise Making ...

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Wow…Whitefish Jrs! Interview with Pow Wow Drum Group

WHITEFISH JR'S!!! We love Whitefish Jr's at Powwows.Com! Many powwow dancers describe this drum as one of the best to dance to, while powwow fans jam to their music as they travel down the Powwow Trail. Rocky Weenonis, one of the lead singers, shares his love for powwow and surprises by revealing his very favorite way to sing! Popular powwow drum Whitefish Jrs!!! [caption id="attachment_14899" align="alignnone" ...

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Darren Thompson: Ojibwe Flute player selected as Crazy Horse Memorial Foundation Artist in Residence

Hailing from the Lac du Flambeau Ojibwe reservation in Northern Wisconsin, Darren Thompson has been a well-known artist since his debut album in 2009, "The Song of Flower: Native American Songs from Ojibwe Country”, as well as being a sought-after public speaker, educator and facilitator. He started playing the flute while in his undergraduate studies at Marquette University in the early 2000’s, citing that it helped him focus while ...

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Native Small Business Highlight: The NTVS

(Founder Aaron Silva left, Co-Founder Sam Rosebear right.)

A little over a year ago I stumbled upon this small business just in time for my upcoming birthday and Christmas. I fell in love with their designs and was so happy to wear their shirts that I have since ordered more. This Minneapolis based company is quickly growing into an internet success with over 11K followers on their Instagram page ...

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Northern Exposure: Leanne Goose’s Tremendous Talent!

Leanne Goose is a songstress from the north who pours her passion into her music that resonates from the heart of the MacKenzie Delta. She is a proud Inuvialuit and Dene woman who was born and raised in Inuvik, Northwest Territories, a place she still calls home. Ms Leanne Goose! Interview by Dawn Karima, Native Culture Editor [caption id="attachment_14656" ...

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Abenaki -inspired Art!

  Danielle Chase makes sterling shine! Sterling and metalwork has a strong history among Native jewelry. Quick! Close your eyes! What comes to mind when you hear the words, "Native American Jewelry?" Is it Beadwork? Well, one artist is carrying on a tradition of working in ...

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Interview with Fawn Wood – Pow Wow Life – Episode 1

Award-winning Cree/Salish singer Fawn Wood sings with a voice that is deep and true. Infused with a feminine perspective, her Round Dance, Hand Game and traditional songs convey the strength of indigenous women. Born into a respected multi-generational singing tradition, Fawn Wood's vocal artistry reflects the confluence of her Cree and Salish tribal lineages. Her debut recording, Iskwewak (meaning "women" in Cree), collects songs of honor and celebration along with Round Dance songs that mirror the world seen through the eyes of ...

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Earth Warrior: Eastern Band of Cherokee Dancer Malaciah Bigwitch Taylor

"I do a lot of work with Earth First and with the environmental movement amoung many Native communities and supporting them any way I can is important to me," Malaciah Taylor reveals. A fixture at the Native dance shows in downtown Cherokee, North Carolina, this Eastern Band Cherokee Dancer is well-respected on the powwow trail. He shares his development into a fancy feather dancer with!...



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Gourd Dancing

Gourd dancing is not a “pow wow style” of dance. Gourd Dances are held regularly by several groups especially in Oklahoma. Today the dance is being done at pow wows …



Making Regalia – Dance Sticks

Juaquin Lonelodge is back with a brand new edition of Making Regalia. In this episode he talks about the history of the dance stick and how you can construct your …


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