Think of "Avatar" as "The Jazz Singer" of 3-D filmmaking. Think of it as the most expensive and accomplished Saturday matinee movie ever made. Think of it as the ultimate James Cameron production.
Whatever way you choose to look at it, "Avatar's" shock and awe demand to be seen. You've never experienced anything like it, and neither has anyone else.
In the United States, most of the archaeology is about Native American cultures. Yet nationwide, there are only about 15 Native American doctorate-level archaeologists involved in the interpretation of their archaeological past. Today, William "Rex" Weeks joins their ranks as the first Native American to receive a doctoral degree with a specialization in archeology from Arizona State University's highly competitive anthropology program. His inspiring success story was shared during the commencement ceremony.>>>‘Coming of Age’ Pendleton style
The Coming of Age blanket is based on a painting by internationally acclaimed Blackfeet painter Terrance Guardipee and depicts a Blackfeet Medicine Paint ceremony. The ceremony is an integral part of the Blackfeet culture in the development of youth as they mature into adulthood.>>>Hmong residents in the Fox Valley come together for Saturday's New Year celebration at Appleton East
Ka Yang and other Hmong residents of the Fox Valley today are transforming Appleton East High School into a party site for Saturday's Hmong New Year 2010 community celebration.
While elders are putting final touches on speeches, ceremonies, food and other features of the annual event, the youth are contributing by brightening the building with balloons, streamers, poinsettias, stars, lights, ribbons, glitter and other decorations. >>>
A law protecting sacred objects of Tyva Republic from the illegal use different type is to be passed in the republic.
The particularity of the region is that there are many such objects there. The peoples, living in this republic, profess mainly ancient shaman cults (and Buddhism), the objects of which are mountains, springs, forests, grooves and the whole landscapes, where the worship is conducted. A place pretending to be a sacred one needs to pass historical-cultural expert operation.>>>