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  • Lost Civilizations: a two-part series

    Lost Civilizations: a two-part series0

    Architectural buildings found within North and South America have been a part of the television show Ancient Aliens, due to researchers believing the structures are too well constructed and advanced to have been built by the societies surrounding them. This is a great time to ask how old Homo sapiens are, as it is a

  • “What they gave us” to be at AGO

    “What they gave us” to be at AGO0

    Inuit artist duo to showcase their art work at the Art Gallery of Ontario. TORONTO — In accordance with Indigenous History Month in Toronto, the Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) will be showcasing the work of Inuit artists Kenojuak Ashevak and her nephew Timotee (Tim) Pitsiulak from June 16 to August 12, with the public

  • ‘Yellowstone’ boasts Costner, strong Native American co star

    ‘Yellowstone’ boasts Costner, strong Native American co star0

    LOS ANGELES — “Yellowstone” has everything a worthwhile Western should, including breathtaking vistas, battles over land and Kevin Costner in the lead role. There’s also something rare in the contemporary Paramount Network series debuting Wednesday: prominent Native American story lines and parts, including one filled by an actor formidable enough to stand up to Costner

  • we Festival hosts Two Indians

    we Festival hosts Two Indians0

    SIX NATIONS — As part of the Onkwehon:we Festival hosted by the Woodland Cultural Centre, the Gathering Place opened its doors to those interested in viewing the work of Playwright Falen Johnson in her play Two Indians. The work tells the story of the reunion of Roe and Win, two cousins of Mohawk descent that

  • Smoke Dance at the Onkwehon:we Festival

    Smoke Dance at the Onkwehon:we Festival0

    BRANTFORD — As part of the Onkwehon:we Festival, a Smoke Dance Competition was held on the grounds of the Woodland Cultural Centre on Sunday, June 17. Emceed by Adrian Harjo and Convened by Reese Hill, categories from tiny tots, juniors, teens and adults graced the circle with their full traditional regalia to dance to songs

  • It’s turtle saving season

    It’s turtle saving season0

    As soon as warm weather hits, many of us expect to see turtles out and about. But sometimes on their excursions or nesting ground hunts; roads, highways or trails can stand between the turtles and their intended destinations. In Ontario, you can’t go much farther than 1-2 kms without running into a road, and many

Two Row Times

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