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SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – Scottsdale Public Art and the City of Scottsdale’s holiday celebration Scottsdazzle have partnered to bring the interactive artwork PRISMATICA to the Scottsdale Waterfront, Nov. 24, 2017 – Jan. 7, 2018.   PRISMATICA is a series of 25 kinetic, glowing prism sculptures that play bell music when rotated. Each prism is more than six feet tall and has panels…

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First Starbucks on the Navajo Nation Kicks Off

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Diné Market Also Delivers First Starbucks to the Navajo Nation, Navajo Artwork That Showcases the Talent of Local Artists,  an Organic Food Selection, and New Shelf Tags to Identify Healthier Food Options WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. (Nov. 8, 2017) – With a warm Yá’át’ééh, Bashas’ Diné Market is opening the doors today to its newly-remodeled store in…

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EDITORIAL: The Cat is out of the bag, Lamar Whitmer is Disgusting

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The Navajo Nation Council recently voted down the controversial Escalade Project, Lamar Whitmer a Scottsdale business man has been behind the whole thing with former Navajo Nation President Albert Hale. The disgusting Attitude displayed by Lamar Whitmer towards a sitting Navajo Nation Council member is disgusting and is real a display of how he feels about the…

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Take a Virtual Tour of Navajo Lands Exposed to Radioactive Pollution

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Artists are leveraging technology to explore abandoned desert lands and mines in Navajo Nation – all from the comfort of an art gallery. Using virtual reality and props like a gas mask, a hazmat suit, and a shovel, participants can dig in and take a walk down memory lane without jeopardizing their health and safety.…

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Tohono O’odham Tribal Leaders Voice Concerns Over Trump’s Border Wall

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Trump’s proposed border wall could spell trouble for tribal landowners, according to NBC News. If the President’s plans go through, tribal communities would be negatively impacted, as the wall would isolate them from vital resources and further upset their normal way of life.   The Tohono O’odham Nation is officially recognized by the federal government as…

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