BIG CYPRESS – The Seminole Tribe of Florida’s Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum will debut a new exhibit on Monday, December 16 – Alligator Wrestling: Danger. Entertainment. Tradition. Exploring the deep roots of the Seminole Tribe’s relationship to alligators, the exhibit will be open to the public until December 2020. Museum visitors will discover how alligator wrestling took hold and how
BIG CYPRESS — Nearly 2,000 visitors enjoyed the Ah-Tah-Thi-Ki Museum’s American Indian Arts Celebration in Big Cypress Nov. 1 and 2, the second highest attendance in its 22-year history. More than 600 students from about 13 schools in central, southwest and south Florida filled the museum grounds during the celebration’s first
HOLLYWOOD — What most people see is the finished product, not all the behind the scenes work and care that happens along the way. Kiana Bell experienced the reality quickly though, as she moved through the process of completing a traditional Seminole basket. “There’s a side to basket making that most people
HOLLYWOOD — Before Maroon 5, before Sting, and before Billy Joel, there were two Seminole brother music acts which christened the new 7,000-seat Hard Rock Live in Hollywood. Seminole brothers and musicians Doc Battiest and Spencer Battiest became the first performers to play at the new Hard Rock Live on Oct.