NEW MUSIC HERITAGE, HORSES, AND TENGGER CAVALRY: INSIDE THE WORLD OF MONGOLIAN FOLK METAL

 NEW MUSIC HERITAGE, HORSES, AND TENGGER CAVALRY: INSIDE THE WORLD OF MONGOLIAN FOLK METALIn many ways, Nature Ganganbaigal is a typical NYU student. He’s a smart, creative, thoughtful twentysomething who takes his work very seriously and is still a bit bewildered by the chaos that is New York City. He likes cider, and smiles often. He moved here to get his Master’s in music composition for film and video games, and turned down offers from universities overseas because he figured it might be difficult for him to feel welcome in tightly-knit European community, explaining that, “New York is more open-minded, and everybody comes to this country. It’s an immigrant’s country.”

The Significance of Big Medicine

The Significance of Big Medicine A live white buffalo is hard to come by, but you can still get the experience of seeing one at the Montana Historical Museum. "One out of every 5 million births there is a white buffalo…. Every day you hear people say oh let's go see Big Medicine " Said MHS Public Information Officer Tom Cook

New recovery center opens in Oroville; treatment includes spiritual therapy

New recovery center opens in Oroville; treatment includes spiritual therapyOroville >> A new residential recovery treatment center in Oroville will follow a 12-step program, but will also incorporate different spiritual helps to help people recover from addictions. Lifeline Recovery celebrated its grand opening Friday at 5075 Lincoln Blvd., a sprawling, converted home on a hilltop.

Incredible New Artifacts Found In 2,000-Year-Old Mexican Tunnel

Incredible New Artifacts Found In 2,000-Year-Old Mexican TunnelFor the past year, archaeologists have been working in a 2,000-year-old tunnel at the ancient Mexican city of Teotihuacan. The dig has yielded thousands of new relics and the discovery of three chambers that could hold more important finds.

A dream from the dead in Tanjung Maju

A dream from the dead in  Tanjung MajuIn the rapoh ritual, the skulls and bones of the dead are moved from one final resting place to another. It is rarely done — perhaps once in a hundred years, according to those who live in Tanjung Maju, about a seven-hour drive from Pontianak. The story begins with Eduardus Beda, 48, who said that he had been plagued by dreams where he continually met the same unknown figure.