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Published May 14, 2015
Located in Hales Corners, the W. Ben Hunt Cabin is much more than simply an old rustic locale. It's a lived-in museum to an era long gone, as well as a tribute to an incredible man who predicted the future, turned his hobby into history and did his best to keep some of our nation's earliest traditions from disappearing and merely collecting dust in the past.
Published Oct. 17, 2013
The question, "who gets to decide," is an important one now in the battle over Native American nicknames for a wide variety of teams at the professional, college and high school levels.
Published Oct. 11, 2013
Hard Rock International announced yesterday their alliance with the Menomonee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin to develop and manage the proposed Kenosha venue. Steve Palec had the opportunity today to talk to James F. Allen, the Chairman of Hard Rock International and CEO of Seminole Gaming.
Published Aug. 26, 2013
Walking into "Edward S. Curtis and the Vanishing Race," a photography exhibition now on view at the Museum of Wisconsin Art in West Bend, I ask Director of Collections & Exhibitions Graeme Reid for the nugget on the Whitewater-born photographer and what he hands me is golden. "The North American Indian, which was essentially (Curtis') life's work, is in my opinion and the opinion of others, probably the most significant achievement in American publishing history," Reid says, with no hint of doubt.
Published March 11, 2012
My child's latest phase focuses on Native American culture and always eager to indulge these interests, we went looking for Indian mounds recently in Milwaukee and learned that though there were once many, just two remain in the county. Of course, we hopped into the car and visited them both.
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