Larry Yazzie – Sharing Indigenous Culture with the World

I caught up with Larry Yazzie the founder of the successful dance troupe – Native Pride Dancers. Yazzie was in Albuquerque, New Mexico as part of the head staff at the Gathering of Nations pow-wow held in April every year. Yazzie started dancing at the tender young age of 7 years old, and now he is 49 years old. He learned how to dance by observing. He dances northern style fancy dance. “There are two types of Fancy Dance – Northern ...

0 Comments - Add a Comment

Norma Baker Flying Horse Sews It Straight

  Norma Baker Flying Horse Norma Baker Flying Horse is one of the most recognized appliqué designers of the Northern Plains that has represented a tradition that spans back centuries. An enrolled member of the Hidatsa Tribe from the Three Affiliated Tribes in North Dakota as well as the Dakota Sioux Tribe and Assiniboine Tribe, Norma Baker Flying Horse is taking the Powwow Trail and Indian Country by storm with her unique ...

0 Comments - Add a Comment

Steven Daniel Hayes – Native Country Singer This weeks Feature Native Artist is Steven Daniel Hayes. (Yuki/Blackfeet/Pomo) I found Steven giving a mini concert at a friends birthday party on the Coyote Valley Indian Reservation in Redwood Valley, California.  Steven's voice is very polished and is no stranger to show business. Check out his live interview below! You can find him on Facebook:

0 Comments - Add a Comment

Are you the next Miss Native American USA 2016 ? On August 27th, young Native American women will travel across the United States to Arizona for a chance to compete and represent their communities for the title of Miss Native American USA 2016! The #MNAUSA pageant committee is currently accepting applications for candidates. "Miss Native American USA Organization is seeking talented young Native American women across the country to become the next ambassador for their Tribe and all of Native America. Do you have what it takes to represent the crown ...


Interview – Pretty Indian Girls – 2016 Manito Ahbee

Tonia Jo Hall talked with the Pretty Indian Girls during the 2016 Manito Ahbee.  You may remember them from our live interview during Gathering of Nations. Check out our latest interview with these ladies, and enjoy a special treat - they sang a song for us!

0 Comments - Add a Comment

Interview – Penny McGilvery From Northern Cree – 2016 Manito Ahbee

Our roaming reporters Tonia Jo Hall visited with Penny McGilvery from Northern Cree during the 2016 Manito Ahbee.  

0 Comments - Add a Comment

Interview – Lenny Beaver – Stoney Park – 2016 Manito Ahbee

Thanks to Lenny Beaver fro Stoney Park for visiting with our roaming MC Tonia Jo Hall at the 2016 Manito Ahbee Pow Wow.    

0 Comments - Add a Comment

Fawn Wood Interview – 2016 Manito Ahbee

We caught up with our friend Fawn Wood at the 2016 Manito Ahbee Pow Wow!  

0 Comments - Add a Comment

Feature: Peter “Tito” Ybarra Gets Truthful and Honest on His Plans

Feature | Peter “Tito” Ybarra on Comedy by Darren Thompson, Lac du Flambeau Ojibwe For those of you in Indian Country who like to laugh, you’ve probably seen one of Peter “Tito” Ybarra’s videos on social media. He’s an all around hilarious guy who has traveled Indian Country singing most notably with Midnite Express and shares the humor many of us have experienced both on the Powwow trail and back home on the rez. And in a good way, we can always ...

0 Comments - Add a Comment

Sav Walkingbear – First Nations Role Model

Positive role models are a rare commodity in our Native communities, these folks embody all of our civic virtues that we hold sacred such as honor, compassion and wisdom.  They are the guiding light for when times get tough and help pull us through. This week we take a look at a First Nations young man doing big things up North, his name is Savana Walkingbear. (Cree)  Sav is a 6'3, Left ...

0 Comments - Add a Comment


Pow Wow Calendar Search

Month: Year:

Subscribe to Our Newsletter

  • Weekly News
  • Upcoming Pow Wows
  • Coupons for Shirts and Stickers
  • Join over 60,000 subscribers!
Help support

Dance Styles

Straight Dancing

Straight Dancing

The Straight Dance from Oklahoma Native American Tribes is a formal, tailored, prestigious form of southern dance clothes.   The overall effect is of reassuring solidity, with everything closely matched and …



Making Regalia – Constructing a Bustle

Making Regalia with Juaquin Lonelodge is back and this time he is tackling the bustle! Check out these two new episodes to help you with your regalia. Episode 3 – …