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The Crying Indian

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Classic 1970s PSA from "Keep America Beautiful" campaign.

If you were around during the '70's, you probably remember this iconic image. There's a beautiful earnestness to this commercial that is summed up with the crying Indian who wasn't, in fact, Native American, but an Italian from central casting. But that doesn't diminish the power of the image he represented to a generation of environmentalists over 30 years ago. The......read more

Recycled Rustic Teak Shelf

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Historic Indian railroad tie repurposed as rustic ledge for the home $61.00

This handsome floating shelf from Sprout Home offers a nice alternative to the boring veneer shelves you might find at IKEA or Home Depot. The functional ledge smartly repurposes teak railroad ties from Colonial-era India, giving it a fascinating historical narrative that serves as an interesting talking point for guests. (Not that we advocate either imperialism or teak forestry, but in this case......read more

Joakim, "Forever Young"

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Nice found footage vid for Joakim's wistful Indian summer jam

Contrary to popular opinion, the most awkward phase in life isn't puberty. It's the weird never-years time between youth and middle age, when you're not quite sure what to do with yourself. Joakim's "Forever Young," an optimistic jam about the fleeting pleasures of youth, is dedicated to those oddball years. The Paris producer's goal with the sound was "to make the soundtrack of a......read more

Aaron Huey: Images of the Lakota Sioux

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Photographer and storyteller writes about his work on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation

From photojournalist/activist Aaron Huey: "They made us many promises, more than I can remember. But they kept but one - They promised to take our land...and they took it." 
- Chief Red Cloud Over the past seven years I have made many stories, but one project has come to own me. It is the story of the Oglala Lakota, who live on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation near South Dakota's Black......read more

Tasha Lewis: Guerilla Sculpture

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Butterfly street installations migrate across Indianapolis

There is a new invasive species swarming through the American Midwest. The as-yet unnamed species of butterfly, colored an electric blue, has been spotted gathering throughout public spaces in Indianapolis. But worry not, these beautiful creatures won't affect the local ecosystem. The colorful creations are the work of Indy native Tasha Lewis, who crafts guerilla installations featuring hundreds......read more

Parsi Tomato Chutney

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A spicy and sweet Indian delight that works in lots of meals

You can never have too many condiments. And the best ones are the the ones you make yourself using fresh, organic ingredients grown as locally as you can get 'em. We've developed a certain obsession with Asian sauces and condiments of late, and this Parsi Tomato Chutney fits the bill perfectly. The recipe is derived from My Bombay Kitchen, a collection of Parsi home recipes by Niloufer......read more

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