September 23, 2022
September 21, 2022
September 20, 2022
IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) — Decades from when Johnson County was nothing more than wilderness and hunting grounds for Native American tribes, a historic building in Iowa City is being reclaimed as a future site of Native American art, history and culture.
The Indigenous Peoples Art Gallery and Café has a new home at 10 S. Gilbert St., where its founder, Dawson Davenport, strives to showcase a range of indigenous art in a state that takes its name from a Native American tribe.
- Summer camps in Carson City at the Children’s Museum of Northern Nevada | Carson City Nevada News
- Binghamton Fire Chief Daniel Eggleston is retiring this month
- July 4th Fireworks is back in Tampa Bay. Here’s where to see
- Float Your Boat lights up Lake Macquarie as second night has been canceled due to weather | Newcastle Herald