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Issue: 2008-06-20

Historic and Friendly Beaver Creek

Beaver Creek is just a few kilometres from the Alaska border on the Alaska Highway.As the most westerly settlement in all of Canada, this picturesque little community is used primarily as a border post and a service centre for...

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Small Town, Big Arts Festival

MAYOThe Village of Mayo, named most astutely after a certain Alfred H. Mayo, one-time circus acrobat, is hosting, for the fifth year in a row, a back-bendingly large assortment of homegrown artistic and musical talent.Set this...

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Discovery Days and the Underwear Cannon

Shredded bits of a pair of my underwear are nailed to the wall inside a bar – the bar – in Chicken, Alaska.It always amazes me what northerners will do to prove they are unique and unlike people from Outside.We’d ridden...

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Giving the Dream Maker a Tune Up

I had a dream last night that I was at a Yakov Smirnoff show with my mother.I sure hope this wasn’t forecasting any kind of future.Not that I wouldn’t love to go to a show with my mother, I’ve evolved well past...

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Home, created one piece at a time

I want to spend my life with youDon’t want to live all aloneI can’t conceive of the years left in meWithout you in our home—The Proclaimers, “Life with You”It is the Good Saturday, the one before...

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Easy as 1, 2, 3!

At What’s Up Yukon, it’s as easy as one, two, three.That’s right, this one’s about numbers.And … it gets complicated. Again, this is where your publication’s House Style trumps everything...

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