Mae Tapia-Suazo was born in 1956 into the Pueblo of Santa Clara. Mae became interested in making pottery when she was about seven years old. Mae was inspired to make pottery by her Mother, Santanita Suazo. Her mother taught her all the fundamentals of pottery making and Mae continues the family tradition today.
Dan Wallace is a hereditary Chief and is a descendant of the Cape Mudge Laich-kwil-taich and Haida Nations. Coming from two distinct cultural backgrounds, Dan has an abundance of creativity to draw upon. His crest is the Double-Finned Killerwhale. Dan was raised in the Wei-Wai-Kay Village on Quadra Island by a family of carvers (Ruben, Geoff, and Tom Wallace). He is mostly self-taught and has been carving as a full-time artist since 2000.
In Gonio, south of Batumi, a team of researchers has discovered baths built and used by the Roman army about 2000 years ago. “We were surprised by both the age of the structure, as well as its buid quality” - told PAP Dr. Radosław Karasiewicz-Szczypiorski, head of the excavation.
Beer, scientists have long argued, helped give rise to civilization in an arc of land that sweeps from modern-day Egypt to the border between Iraq and Iran. Today, chemical analysis of barley grains, one of beer’s key ingredients, is bolstering research into climate change’s role in the…