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Sitting down with ‘The Voice’ finalist Brooke Simpson

A self-proclaimed ‘happy girl who writes sad songs,’ Haliwa-Saponi tribal member Brooke Simpson took the U.S. by storm in 2017 on the 13th season of NBC’s “The Voice.” Originally from Hollister, North Carolina, Simpson grew up singing with her evangelist parents. Although she sang her whole life, it wasn’t until she

Seminole exhibit to open at Orlando Museum of Art

Seminole culture is reaching beyond South Florida, as the Orlando Museum of Art will present the exhibit “Enduring Beauty: Seminole Art and Culture” from March 22 to July 8. The gallery, created by I.S.K. “Keith” Reeves V and Sara Reeves, will be displayed in the museum’s Mr. and Mrs. Chesley

Best-selling Native American literature

Sometimes the best way to check out from daily life is to check out a book. The following books are written with a focus on Native Americans and are New York Times best-sellers. All Tribal members, descendants, community members and employees are encouraged to discover the latest stories and take

‘Hostiles’ leaves a lot to be desired

When I heard the praise that the new western movie, “Hostiles,” received, I was intrigued to say the least. Supposedly a new take on the genre, the film was said to have stayed true in some key elements — like battle scenes while travelling — but taken a different direction