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DOUGLAS, Mich. — American Indian drumming could be heard a couple of blocks away from the Saugatuck-Douglas History Center on a beautiful West Michigan summer Saturday afternoon in the small village of Douglas, Mich., an art community located 40 miles southwest of Grand Rapids.

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LOS ANGELES — Fresh from the successful premiere of Reservation Dogs, series co-creator Sterlin Harjo (Seminole) is teaming with NBA all-star LeBron James and writer/director Sydney Freeland (Dine) to create Rez Ball, a feature film for Netflix.

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This weekend and next week, Indian Country is percolating with Santa Fe-based Indigenous film and art events leading up to Indian Market, as well as a cool California Powwow, and fun virtual field trips focusing on Indigenous art, games and animals.  

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SAULT STE. MARIE, Mich.— Best-selling author Angeline Boulley was dropping her mother off at a doctor’s appointment on Wednesday morning when her phone alerted her that TIME magazine had named her book, Firekeeper’s Daughter, to its Best Young Adult Books of All-Time list.

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EVANSTON, Ill.—When a young Cliff Fragua (Jemez Pueblo) began chipping away at a soft stone for the first time four decades ago, he envisioned something beautiful and provocative that would stun the art world. 

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LOS ANGELES – The new series Reservation Dogs debuted last night at a star-studded red-carpet event at the trendy NeueHouse in the center of Hollywood.

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This weekend and next week,  Indian Country is buzzing with a must-see mix of events melding the modern and traditional. 

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This weekend and next week in Indian Country, the Indigenous animals and people of the Plains get their due at the zoo, Muscogee Nation hosts a hot premiere, and a boundlessly talented Tlingit weaver makes waves at a spirited art show. 

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Most of my art viewing is on purpose. I hear about something new or intriguing and seek it out. So it’s a joy for me to discover art where I’m not expecting it — art I know nothing about in advance. That happened last weekend when I took a road trip to Deception Pass State Park, which spans Fidalgo and Whidbey islands.

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DEADWOOD, S.D. — The annual Days of ’76 Parade and Rodeo in Deadwood, S.D. started earlier this week with days of celebrations that includes an award-winning rodeo, a beauty pageant, parades, and a curated live performance showcasing Lakota and Native culture. Highlights of each day, including a curated Native Lakota production, will be broadcasted nationally on The Cowboy Channel this Friday, July 30 and Saturday, July 31.