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Yesterday, the Navajo Nation Museum announced the much-anticipated Navajo language version of Disney’s “Finding Nemo” will show in select theatres this weekend in Arizona, Utah, and New Mexico. This will be the second feature-length...

By admin on Mar 16th, 2016

The Heard Museum announced that it will host its annual katsina doll marketplace on April 9 in the museum’s Steele Auditorium. The event is in its 14th year and is widely considered the largest gathering of Hopi katsina carvers to display...

By admin on Mar 14th, 2016

FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — Flagstaff may join several other U.S. cities in creating an Indigenous Peoples Day. Council members voted unanimously last week to have city staff start a process to determine whether the city will move forward with...

By admin on Mar 14th, 2016

(Photo: Office of the President and Vice President) In late February, Navajo Nation Vice President Jonathan Nez participated in a cultural exchange in Havana, Cuba to learn about the country’s health care system and how a similar model...

By admin on Mar 9th, 2016

(Photo: Pexels) The Navajo-Hopi Observer reported on Feb. 16 that FoodCorps is helping Tuba City kids learn gardening in order to curb rates of obesity and diabetes. The organization is operating the Feast of the Future program through Johns...

By admin on Mar 2nd, 2016

MARY HUDETZ, Associated Press ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — The federal government recommends Native American children’s courts dole out treatment, counseling and foster care instead of fines and detention, a change in tribal guidelines that...

By admin on Mar 1st, 2016

JEMEZ PUEBLO, N.M. (AP) — The U.S. Justice Department says a Native American community in northern New Mexico doesn’t have any claims to Valles Caldera National Preserve due to a 12-year statute of limitations on tribal land claims. The...

By admin on Feb 29th, 2016

Ahead of the Telegraph’s exclusive live stream, the actress-director tells Rupert Christiansen why a dark Britten opera has lured her back to Glyndebourne One of Benjamin Britten’s most powerful but inscrutable creations, The Rape of...

By admin on Aug 9th, 2015

Game of Thrones actress Natalie Dormer – who will star in a new BBC drama about a Georgian sex scandal – likes to play women on top, she tells Olly Grant Some actors spend a lifetime within their comfort zones, ploughing the field most furrowed....

By admin on Aug 9th, 2015