NY: Tor, 2014.
From the marketing hype I had seen, I was almost expecting a Crichton-type medical/biological holocaust thriller, which aren’t my thing at all — but it’s Scalzi, so I gave it a shot. 416 more words
Having grown up in a very liberal area, hunting was always presented to me in two highly contrasting ways: on the one hand it was a caricature of white ignorant people being cruel to animals and on the other it was a romanticized and vague ceremony where First Nations People (Native Americans) displayed oneness with nature. 571 more words
GRAND FORKS, N.D. (AP) — The University of North Dakota is holding a celebration to mark First Nations Day.
Gov. Jack Dalrymple has pronounced Friday as First Nations Day to recognize the state’s native people and their role in shaping the history and culture of the state. 56 more words
Halloween is coming up and to many of us that means free candy, parties, dressing up and just a whole bunch of fun in general. 280 more words
In Slate magazine there is a great article entitled, “Why do so many Americans think that they have Cherokee blood?” This is something that I run into all the time with patrons whether they are white or black. 409 more words