Favorites, OV-320-4

This segment is all about the audiences favorites from the previous year. Starting out with Diamond Go-Sti a Cherokee Artist, educator and historian. Next we will be chatting with a Seminole Aligator Wrestler, and finally will be visiting the multidisciplinary artist from the Ojibwe and Oneida Tribes, Thirza Defoe. For More Info: www.MiccosukeeMagazine.tv

Women and the Arts, OV-320-1

This segment will be focusing on women and the arts. These women are advancing their art form and making a name for themselves in South Florida. These women include Soul Flower with “Raise It Up Live”, Mrs. Joan Cartwright with “Women in Jazz of South Florida” and “The Real Tracy Fields” whom we can hear

Loxahatchee, OV-319-1

The Seminole wars are remembered today as one of the bloodiest and longest lasting wars in American and

PA-HAY-OKEE, OV-319-2

For far too long, we, the public, have put up with mediocrity, apathy, and allowed special interests to dictate the course of Everglades Restoration. The Everglades is suffering from a lack of community participation. As Marjory Stoneman Douglas used to say, “What are YOU doing to Save the Everglades?” We met one concerned gentleman, who

Indigenous Rhythms: Los Plateros, OV-319-4

Originally from Tohajiilee, New Mexico, Los Plateros is made up of a trio of family members from the

Historic House of Doc Thomas, OV-319-3

Life in the city can at times be disconnected and fast paced. Hidden among the hustle and bustle of developed South Miami remains an oasis where one can slow down, reconnect, and enjoy both the history and native ecology of this place we call home. Adjacent to Sunset Place Mall on Sunset Road remains a

Spoken Word: OV-318-5

“LIFE” Performed by Denise Mcarthur For More Info: www.MiccosukeeMagazine.tv

Pine Rocklands, OV-318-2

This place we call home was once a habitat for a wide diversity of colorful life. The rock ridge upon which we built our homes on was once flourishing with Pine Rockland forests. Pine Rocklands are today the most endangered ecosystem in South Florida and require a certain flame to keep them alive. For More