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Green Chile Stew from Tocabe An American Indian Eatery

I received an invitation a few weeks ago to a new local restaurant, Tocabe, an American Indian Eatery. While there is a location near Denver that was featured on Food Network’s Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives, this new space in Greenwood Village, CO w...
by Creative Culinary on Feb 2, 2016

Welcome Lakota Nation Invitational Participants

Every year I think this out loud “Let’s get ready to rumble!”, which is a bit much for a kids tournament event but the excitement is still the same, good games, great sportsmanship, the best competition. This year’s Lakota Nat...
by Tribe Scribe on Dec 15, 2015

Sioux Trading Post Holiday Deals

Aww December, for retailers (and that includes the Sioux Trading Post) it is the big event of the season, for the rest of us it is about planning for family and friends to visit and gift giving, meal plans and decorating, all while factoring in wea...
by Tribe Scribe on Dec 3, 2015

True Natives

I have long been fascinated by American Indian folklore. In fact, the first book I read this year was a set of Indian tales. Just this week I finished a most unusual book by Ardy Sixkiller Clarke entitled Encounters with … Continue reading U...

Sexy Pooja Kumar

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by Celebrity Profiles on Sep 13, 2015

Sweet Grass is Back!

Hello everyone: For about 10 days we were without sweetgrass and then our friends from Cree country came through with our yearly shipment. This years harvest was harder than before as the current west coast drought is affecting everyone along the Pac...
by Tribe Scribe on Aug 24, 2015

American Pickers: Piecing Together an Indian Motorcycle

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by Documentary TV on Jun 6, 2015

Spirit Beings and Sun Dancers

This weeks book review by Donovin Sprague – Spirit Beings and Sun Dancers – Black Hawk’s Vision of the Lakota World… By: Janet Catherine Berlo This oversize book contains seventy-six ink and pencil pictorial images of events from 1875...
by Tribe Scribe on Apr 17, 2015

Fire Light: The Life of Angel DeCora

Artist, teacher and Red Progressive, Angel DeCora (1869-1919) painted “Fire Light” to capture warm memories of her Nebraska Winnebago childhood. In this biography, Linda M. Waggoner draws on that glowing image to illuminate DeCora’s...
by Tribe Scribe on Feb 18, 2015

Happy 2015! It’s a New Year…

Happy New Year everyone! We have some really great work from our multi talented artists and this piece is exceptional. Over the years, we have learned to listen to the artist when they bring in a piece of art work, we want to know what makes this pie...
by Tribe Scribe on Jan 13, 2015

National American Indian Heritage Month

November has been named “National American Indian Heritage Month” since 1990 and has been renewed every year since 1994 by a presidential proclamation. Our country has come together to recognize the First Nations People and their contribu...
by Tribe Scribe on Nov 5, 2014

History of Pow Wow and Native American Day (South Dakota)

This month we are excited to celebrate Native American Day here in the great state of South Dakota. In 1989, the South Dakota legislature unanimously passed legislation proposed by Governor George S. Mickleson (1941-1993) to proclaim 1990 as the R...
by Tribe Scribe on Oct 1, 2014

American Indian Studies Program Guide By Dr. Byron Lee Blackwell

True to its mission statement, the American Indian Studies Program Guide presents a conceptual framework for students to gain knowledge of a spiritual, ecological and holistic way of life that has existed for thousands of years in Native North Americ...

American Indian Studies Program Guide By Dr. Byron Lee Blackwell

True to its mission statement, the American Indian Studies Program Guide presents a conceptual framework for students to gain knowledge of a spiritual, ecological and holistic way of life that has existed for thousands of years in Native North Americ...

How to Make Your Very Own Dream Catcher

Good morning my darlings!   How's your Holy Week vacation?  I do hope you had a recharged mind, body, and soul.  I made this very interesting project over the weekend.  I have been seeing this a lot over Tumblr and even Faceb...
by Invisible + Stilettos on Apr 21, 2014

How to Make Your Very Own Dreamcatcher

Good morning my darlings!   How's your Holy Week vacation?  I do hope you had a recharged mind, body, and soul.  I made this very interesting project over the weekend.  I have been seeing this a lot over Tumblr and even Faceb...
by Invisible + Stilettos on Apr 21, 2014

How to Make You Very Own Dreamcatcher

Good morning my darlings!   How's your Holy Week vacation?  I do hope you had a recharged mind, body, and soul.  I made this very interesting project over the weekend.  I have been seeing this a lot over Tumblr and even Faceb...
by Invisible + Stilettos on Apr 21, 2014

The Trope Dope: “Check Your Privilege”

In the final analysis, Madame Bovary is just another trope. Unknown academic wag. dope: an illicit, habit-forming, or narcotic drug; a stupid person; [slang] the inside scoop, the poop, the skinny, the lowdown Cant kills ideas. Leaves them dead in th...
by the sad red earth on Dec 9, 2013

Native American Heritage Month & Veterans Day

November is Native American Heritage Month, here at the store we celebrate Native culture and heritage everyday.  But this month we would also like to remind folks that part of our heritage is honoring our Veterans. Veterans Day is November …...
by Tribe Scribe on Nov 7, 2013

American Indian Art Magazine Reviews

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by BaCooler Reference on Nov 5, 2013


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