It was a packed house at the Seasons Performance Hall Saturday (Aug.12). As the Ladies of Native comedy brought the jokes and the audience brought the laughs. Each comedian brought her own style of comedy.
You hear him every weekday morning on "Brooke and Jubal in the Morning," the No. 1 morning radio show in Yakima, doing "Phone Taps" and "Second Date Updates" and the various characters he voices. But just in case you didn't know it, Jubal Flagg is a touring stand-up comedian. He brought his comedy act to the Capitol Theatre on Friday (Aug. 11).
This group of Native American women will be bringing their comedy show to the Seasons Performance Hall this Saturday (Aug. 12). With Teresa Choyguha, Deanna M.A.D, and Tonia Jo Hall. Representing tribes from across the country.
The 162nd Annual Yakama Nation Treaty Days Commemoration Pow Wow took place at Whiteswan, WA. Many people came from all over the Northwest, even from Alaska. This Pow Wow commemorates the Treaty of 1855. The year the signing of the treaty took place.
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