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Thanksgiving: what’s the point?

Sometimes folks who know my Osage and Sioux ancestry ask if we celebrate Thanksgiving.

Sure, I say.

My family, my mother’s family, her mother’s family—all through the generations—have shared supper with friends and relatives, thanking the creator for the harvest bounty. 248 more words

Native Science

Sounds like Ethel Merman

Just like the song says, I can’t bake a pie.

You have to love Ethel Merman in Annie Get Your Gun, singing her heart out. 192 more words


Special Hours at The Art Store

The Art Store will be closed tomorrow, Thursday the 27th for the Thanksgiving holiday.

We will return at 3PM on Friday the 28th. We will hold extended hours from 5 to 8PM for the Downtown Charleston ArtWalk’s special… 46 more words


(rome wasn't built in a day)

As some famous person once said, “Rome was not built in a day,” and the same could not be truer for our future work of… 137 more words

West Bucktown

Two tips for taking better portraits


Here are two tips that you may or may not have heard of, but are good tips to follow when photographing people.

Tip One – Use the Rule of Thirds… 466 more words


If the Darren Wilson narrative were submitted to a writer's workshop

Welcome to the Crime Critter’s Writerly Workshop, Mr. Ferguson. I’m assuming this is your first attempt at a police drama. So let’s just take a look at what you’ve done here and how we rated you: 1,237 more words