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Sarah Lindstein

Sarah Lindstein

It's a walking, talking paradox ... well, mostly it's a walking paradox: If wearing socks with sandals is so wrong, why do so many of us do it? I like to think it's because we Yukoners are soooo polite. If our tourists do it, whether it be from poor more

May 13, 2010 12:00 AM , Humour

Who's in for soaking up an afternoon of heartfelt acoustic and strong songwriting in a peaceful environment, while the snow outside drifts ever deeper? more

Dec 16, 2010 12:00 AM Yukon Music

In a duo-artist show at Copper Moon Gallery, Yukon artists Kathy Piwowar and Gabriele Watts blend the definition of landscape painting. With an abstract approach, Piwowar redefines how we look at standard landscapes, while Watts presents sweeping acr more

Nov 24, 2010 12:00 AM Yukon Arts

Storytelling heavyweights Ivan Coyote, Pat Braden and Yukon songwriter Kim Beggs will step onstage at the Yukon Arts Centre on October 28 in a collaborative, yet individual, showcase of their unique talents. more

Nov 11, 2010 12:00 AM Yukon Music

Moody red skies with tumultuous waves crash against a rocky cliff. Bright, luscious cherry blossoms bloom in Central Park. more

Nov 11, 2010 12:00 AM Yukon Arts

A Sense of Place is a 36-piece print art show collective, and comes paired with a forum discussion on "sense of place" by Canadian literary heavyweight Alastair McLeod, international artist Iaian Baxter& and writer Nino Ricci. more

Sep 23, 2010 12:00 AM Yukon Arts

Local stand-up comedian Anthony Trombetta will defend Whitehorse's place against fellow local funnyman Al Macleod. Macleod will be breaking out his popular character "Jim from Dawson" to argue the con side. more

Sep 23, 2010 12:00 AM Humour

"Every song is a love song," says Tim Naylor. Long-time professional musician, best known locally for his band, Mr. Vein, that haunted the stages of Whitehorse pubs, from the Kopper King to Coaster's, Naylor's blend of classic rock with a soul is... more

Sep 16, 2010 12:00 AM Yukon Music

Sundog Carving teacher and Tlingit Master Carver Wayne Price stepped through the doorway of Sundog one afternoon in the spring of 2009 and announced what he had envisioned: he saw a dugout canoe, hand-carved through the talents of the Sundog students more

Aug 19, 2010 12:00 AM Yukon Arts

The trio experiments with a variety of jazz influences, performing primarily from the edgier, aggressive "East Coast" school of jazz, but also adds in some smoother, milder "West Coast" influences, for flavour. more

Aug 5, 2010 12:00 AM Yukon Music

Helen O'Connor's paper-sculpture mastery grows as organically as the flax she cultivates. With the flax sprouting up from the ground, she weaves tales of family, history and connections to the past. She has four types of flax currently growing, whic more

Jul 15, 2010 12:00 AM Yukon Arts