Joining Josh Atcheynum in His Dance Journey

Interview by Dr. Dawn Karima, Native American Culture Editor Josh Atcheynum Q)It's energizing to watch you dance! We know you love to dance...what else inspires you? A) I'm a drug and alcohol free Native from Sweetgrass First Nation which is located in Saskatchewan, Canada. I'm a Entrepreneur, Graphic designer, Ledger Artist and Traditional Dancer. I also have huge passion for art and love being able to show the beauty of ...

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Going to Grand Prairie Pow Wow? Unique Opportunity!

Photo via Traders Village Emilia Gaston is a Texas-based professional photographer and photo-journalist who grew up in Alabama going to pow wows with her part-Cherokee father. To this day she still loves going to them and one of her favorite pow wows is held in Grand Prairie, Texas. So why not combine two of things she loves by doing a photo essay on a local native ...

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Brilliant! Pow Wow in Laser Form!

This is way better than the cheesy displays I used to see at the local planetarium. Check out these Native laser light displays by Lizard Light Productions. This next one features hoop dance champion Nakotah LaRance! Cool stuff Lizard Light! Would be nice to see A Tribe Called Red use something like this at their next show.

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Native Fantasy: Germany’s Indian Heroes

From the New York Times comes a mini-documentary of Germany's obsession with Native American culture. Germany’s biggest folk hero is an Apache who fights for justice three hours north of Berlin and has inspired spiritual seekers. But some parts of Native American culture get lost in translation. So what do you think? Is it flattering they're interested in the culture or cringe worthy when they only ...

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Passion Powered Dance: A Visit with Sandra Lamouche (Yellowhorn)

  Sandra Lamouche (Yellowhorn) Interview by Dr. Dawn Karima, Native American Cultural Editor Visit www.sandralamouche.com Q) You're such an inspiring individual! What are you passionate about these days? A) My name is Sandra Lamouche (aka Yellowhorn), a member of the Bigstone Cree Nation. I am married to Lowell Yellowhorn, a member of the Pikanii Nation (part of the ...

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Watch These Native Warriors Dance at Little Shell Celebration

All the veterans were asked come out and dance at the Little Shell Celebration in New Town, ND and Barnie Botone was there to capture the moment. Take a look! // Post by Barnie Botone. // ...

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Grizzly Bear Captivates Crowd at Kamloopa

  We're absolutely in love with Laura Grizzlypaws and her Grizzly Bear dance. You might remember we featured a story on her back in March in which she described in her own words why she dances. “I walked where the Grizzly Bear dances. I feel his pleasure, excitement and freedom on the earth and in the wind that carries his messages from the past. I dance where the Grizzly Bear danced his steps leaving an ancestral footprint on the land like ...

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How can the Pow Wow Calendar be improved? – Pow Wow Calendar Survey

The Pow Wow Calendar on PowWows.com is one of our most popular features.  About two years ago the calendar had a major upgrade.  We are continuing to make improvements and add new features. We need your help! Let us know what you want to see in the Pow Wow Calendar.  How do you use the calendar, what can be added, what needs to be changed - tell us! AND for completing the survey below you are entered in to a drawing for 2 ...

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Get Photos Updates From 2014 Crow Fair

Our friend Adam Sings in the Timber is at the 2014 Crow Fair with his cameras this weekend. We have featured Adam's photography in the past. He has already posted some incredible photos from Crow Fair. AND he has the PowWows.com quadcopter for some photos and videos from the sky!...

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10 Of The Best – Pow Wows that Wow ‘em! USAToday Feature

In a collaboration with USA Today, PowWows.com's Paul Gowder rounded up the 10 of the best pow wows in the United States. Did your favorite make the list? Every year, thousands of American Indian dancers, singers and musicians hit the powwow circuit in family-friendly festivals. "These are full-out cultural events — dancing, music, food, fellowship and tradition, all combined in one," says Paul Gowder of PowWows.com, which lists more than 1,500 events. "You come face to face with a living, evolving ...

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What you will need:patternspare fabric (non-stretchy)interfacing (only needed if fabric is thin)embroidery hoopsequinsseedbeads1 needlebeading threadfabric gluescissorsA note about your pattern: I like to draw a to-scale pattern in color. This …

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