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V.25 No.45 | 11/10/2016

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Saturday, Nov 19: Third Annual Pueblo Film Festival

Film screenings, presentations and discussions with renowned Pueblo filmmakers at the only film festival in the country devoted to the work of Pueblo filmmakers and actors.
V.25 No.41 | 10/13/2016

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Sisters of the Southwest

Wednesday, Oct 26: The Women on The Mother Road

Re-examine iconic Route 66 from a female, New Mexican perspective.
V.25 No.40 | 10/06/2016

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Heritage, Past and Present

Monday, Oct 10: Indigenous Peoples’ Day Celebration

Students of the Native American Community Academy express what it means to be Indigenous in their eyes through story, song and dance.
V.25 No.21 | 05/26/2016

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Folk It!

Sunday, May 29: 2nd Annual South American Folk Fair

South American arts and crafts vendors, dancers and musicans pay homage to Andean communities.
V.25 No.9 | 03/03/2016

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R-e-s-p-e-c-t

Saturday, Mar 12: Women as Creators and Keepers of Tradition

A weekend of events. See the Zuni Olla Maidens dance, meet family members of great Acoma potter Lucy Lewis and explore artwork by a three-generation dynasty of Pueblo painters.
V.24 No.47 | 11/19/2015
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House Hunters: Gingerbread Edition

Friday, Nov 27: 7th Annual Pueblo Gingerbread House Contest

Children and adults are invited to enter a gingerbread house inspired by a Pueblo village, house, community, church or historic building. Entries accepted Nov. 27-Dec. 7.
V.24 No.45 | 11/05/2015
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Moc Power

Sunday, Nov 15: Rock Your Mocs

Celebrate Native American Heritage Month.
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A Lost Chapter of NM History

In recognition of Black History Month, join in a conversation with retired African-American educators who taught in the Indian Service in past decades.
V.24 No.2 | 1/8/2015
What Migizi Pensoneau (left) and Bobby Wilson “do in [their] spare time.”
Ryan Red Corn

Comedy Matters

This Ain’t No Drum Circle

The 1491s won’t be pigeonholed

Native comedy troupe the 1491s fight racism with ridiculousness. And they’re headed this way.
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V.23 No.47 | 11/20/2014

Reel World

Got film?

Pizza Girl Masssacre has DVD party, Filmmakers Showcase needs New Mexicans, Pueblo Film Festival hits Cultural Center.
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Come, Sit, Stay a While

Pueblo Winter Stories

The oral tradition of winter storytelling has been a part of Native American culture for centuries. Join Shkeme (pronounced "shimmy") Garcia from the Pueblos of Tamaya and Walatowa as he entertains viewers with his special gift. Garcia will share classic favorites including Grandmother Spider Brings the Sun, How Rabbit Got His Long Ears, Dog Tails and Star Woman. $7.50 gets you in the door for the 1 p.m. performance only, or $20 lets you enjoy the stories with a belly full of warm, all-you-can-eat Pueblo Harvest Cafe goodness starting at 11:30 a.m. Indian Pueblo Cultural Center • Sat Dec 29 • 1 pm • $7.50 • View on Alibi calendar

V.20 No.46 | 11/17/2011
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Native Jam Night tonight

Futures for Children has been working to make sure children in Navajo, Hopi and New Mexico Pueblo tribal communities achieve academic success since 1968. On Thursday at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, the Albuquerque-based organization is bringing awareness to its work by holding its first ever Native Jam Night. Hosted by Harlan McKosato of "Native America Calling," performances by Native Roots, The Plateros, Saving Damsels and Shelly Morningsong will broadcast live that night on KUNM 89.9 FM. The show will also air on radio stations throughout the U.S. and Canada via Native Voice One. Get in on the festivities by purchasing tickets at futuresforchildren.org/about/donate.

Also, JJ Otero, lead singer and rhythm guitar player for Saving Damsels, did this week’s Song Roulette. See what turned up here.