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Walking the Healing Path, After Day 2: ‘We’re doing good’

Ernest Tsosie Jr. and his son, John L. Tsosie, began their annual walk to raise awareness about domestic violence on June 15.

Arts People

A life like art

Diné actress Geraldine Keams loves her profession


Flames and dead butterflies

Malibu wagon is ‘Hero’ of Rez Car Show


ZooFest marks 10th anniversary with family events

The Navajo Nation Zoo was filled with many guests as the 10th Annual Navajo Nation ZooFest marked off the 40th anniversary of the zoo itself.


Auditions set for movie at Dilkon

Swiss director Frederic Choffat is looking to cast Native American actors in an upcoming film to be shot on the Navajo Nation.


Diet beverages during pregnancy linked to child obesity

Mothers-to-be with gestational diabetes who drink a diet beverage a day during pregnancy are more likely to have overweight or obese children by the age of seven, suggests a study conducted by the National Institutes of Health.


Treaty signings recall, celebrate people’s victory over ‘sad’ time

When Delores Paul was 12 years old in 1968, she travelled with 160 other Navajos to Bosque Redondo, New Mexico, to partake in the 100-year reenactment of the signing of the Treaty of 1868.


Mato Nanji and Indigenous play tonight

The Nakota Yankton Sioux blues frontman Mato Nanji and his band, Indigenous, are coming to the Southwest.


Wavves’ indie-rock hits Santa Fe

On a fine, calm Santa Fe evening, indie-alternative rock music took over the Santa Fe Plaza.


Say hello to heaven: The death of Chris Cornell

Chris Cornell, vocalist for Soundgarden, Audioslave, Temple of the Dog and who had a solo career, died at age 52 from an apparent suicide.