Daily Archive: September 19, 2021

First Americans Museum Grand Opening Celebration Includes Procession of All 39 Oklahoma Tribes

The First Americans Museum in Oklahoma City will host its grand opening September 18-19. (Photo/Darren Thompson for Native News Online.)

The First Americans Museum in Oklahoma City will host its grand opening September 18-19. (Photo/Darren Thompson for Native News Online.)

Oklahoma City, Okla.—Nearly three decades in the making, the First Americans Museum finally opens it doors this weekend, kicking off a busy weekend of activities with a procession featuring delegates from each of the 39 Tribal Nations in the state of Oklahoma.

The tribal procession begins Saturday at 10:30 a.m., with formal recognitions to follow by Governor of the Chickasaw Nation Bill Anoatubby, Mayor of Oklahoma City David Holt (Osage), United States Poet Laureate Joy Harjo (Muscogee) and other museum

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All the Broadway Shows Opening or Returning as N.Y.C. Theaters Reopen Their Doors

Broadway Theaters

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Broadway is back!

A year and a half after the COVID-19 health crisis suddenly shut down New York City’s vibrant theater district, Broadway shows are slowly starting to raise their curtains again.

The first to return was the Sara Bareilles-led Waitress, which opened on Sept. 2 to an elated crowd. The show also took the chance to honor former cast member Nick Cordero, who died last July after suffering form complications of COVID.

Next up are Lin-Manuel Miranda’s hit Hamilton, longtime Disney musical The Lion King and Broadway staples Wicked and Chicago.

All

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