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Allan Benjamin

Didee & Didoo: Allan Benjamin

I know this man from Old CrowWho’s a kind and gentle soul.He was raised by his DidooShe taught him all that she knew.This man is Allan BenjaminAnd he keeps his fiddle jammin’.When he’s not busy doing that,He’s doing up his...

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DIDEE & DIDOO: ALLAN BENJAMIN

HE WAKES UP AT FOURAND HE’S OUT THE DOOR.HE’S UP BEFORE THE SUNAN’ HE GOES FOR A RUN.ALLAN DOESN’T LIKE TO SIT‘CAUSE HE LIKES TO KEEP FIT.HE’S NOT OVER THE HILLAND HE CAN’T KEEP STILL.ALLAN IS A GWICHIN ATHLETEAND HE...

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Where Tradition and Youth Converge

The fiddling tradition is alive and well in the Yukon thanks to the Fiddleheads, a group of young fiddlers ranging in age from seven to fourteen years old. The local youth fiddle club is teaming up with groups in Haines Junction...

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Didee & Didoo: No Store

We don’t have a store so we’re really poor. We can’t even shop ‘cause they came to a stop.We could even die because we can’t buy.We can’t eat money and that’s not funny.Even if we have cash it’s as good as trash.We have more...

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A word (or two) about What’s Up Yukon

With not one, but two new editors now in harness at What’s Up Yukon, our loyal readers may be wondering what that means and how their magazine might be changing.To answer those questions, here’s part of a cyber-chat...

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