Encouraging, Supporting Positive Change Parts 1&2 PLUS Life Updates at a Native with African American Heritage

Part 1 (Written 3 weeks ago) In 2003, I returned to Germany after over almost three decades away. In the years since, I developed a very bittersweet view of Germany, by actually living and working outside of the sectors, places and professions where “foreigners” are more commonly seen or present. Not just visiting on occasion […]

June 26th #StarTrek #DS9 #Documentary Watch-Party in #Berlin-Wedding

  On June 26th, we #StarTrek fans will meet together in #Berlin at #Cineplex Alhambra to watch the 2019 #DS9 documentary, “What We Left Behind”. After we have a short discussion focusing on why Star Trek has meant so much to so many people of different ethnicities, genders, nationalities and backgrounds. Some sample questions: What were your favorite characters? How would you rate […]

“That’s a Wrap!” Photos from #Documentary Finale Scene Shoot in #Berlin, Sept 30th!

A sincere thank you to everyone who came out to participate and help with filming great scenes that will be included in upcoming documentary Forget Winnetou! Going Beyond Native Stereotypes and as production extras for the DVD! It was a beautiful and sunny afternoon in Germany beside the picturesque Tegelsee in Berlin. As I am […]

“A Star Trek Convention For Native Enthusiasts…” My Article at Indian Country Today

Published on 24 February at Indian Country Today Media Network, it’s based on observations from myself and my son when visiting the “native inspired” event called the “Winter Pow-wow 2014” that took place in Berlin, Germany just over a week earlier. As usual, there are hobbyists who take offense to any critique of their activities, […]

Summer BBQ-ing Photos (Wishful Thinking)

Snow is predicted yet again here in Berlin, but at least it’s not supposed to be as cold as the -12 we’ve been hitting recently. Some photos of summer barbeques and seriously looking forward to family, friends & grilled meats and garden patios. All photos by me.