When Peggie Reynolds worked for the Seminole Tribe of Florida, she often traveled and was away from her Broward County home for days or weeks at a time. In advance of those work trips, Reynolds would make preparations for her Maltipoo puppy Maía – "mostly Maltese, a little bit Poodle"
HOLLYWOOD — A few dozen members of the NSU Cobra Circle gathered at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino on Sept. 5 for a networking event that featured displays of Native art and clothing. The Nova Southeastern University leadership group includes two Seminole families, those of Melissa Osceola Demayo and
In the second year of the Museum’s mobile cattle cart exhibit, the cart made an appearance at six events from October of 2017 to May 2018. Despite its size, it provides a fairly succinct overview of cattle keeping among the Florida Seminoles since the Spanish first introduced “cattle” to the Florida
LAKE BUENA VISTA — Dignitaries and other invited guests gathered at the American Adventure pavilion at Walt Disney World’s Epcot theme park for the dedication of a new exhibition July 27. “Creating Tradition: Innovation and Change in American Indian Art” was officially opened at the American Heritage Gallery with a ceremony
The jury for the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian National Native American Veterans Memorial has unanimously selected the design concept submitted by Harvey Pratt (Cheyenne/Arapaho) titled “Warriors’ Circle of Honor.” Groundbreaking for the memorial is slated for Sept. 21, 2019. It is slated to open late 2020. “Through meeting
The annual Indigenous Music Awards were held May 18 in Manitoba, Canada. The following winners were announced during the event. All nominations for each category can be found online at IndigenousMusicWards.com. Best Blues Album Robert “Freightrain” Parker Best Country Album Desiree Dorion Best Electronic Music Album Once a Tree Best Folk Album Buffy Sainte-Marie Best Gospel Callie Bennett Best Hand Drum