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Issue: 2009-01-29

Building a Show Together

Boats, fish and human figures cavort through the Yukon Art Society Gallery in Paul and Jeanine Baker’s Fired and Formed exhibition of collaborative works in metal and glass.In Autumn Wind, twisty spot-welded twigs cling to...

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Portraits of Clay

Harreson Tanner and his wife drove up to the Yukon from Vancouver in the summer of 2002. It rained all they way up, but once they got to the Yukon, the Northern sunlight broke through the clouds and put on a show.”We...

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Political Posturing

Our wacky pals to the south have a new man at the helm.Barack Obama’s inauguration surpassed any ordinary bureaucratic ceremony, to become one of the grandest events in United States history.There were likely thousands of...

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Taylor Mac wants to shake you up

Taylor Mac would like you to know that he doesn’t want to offend you.If his fantastical makeup and clothes surprise you, then that’s OK because if you are surprised, then you are being shaken up a little. And shaking...

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The comfort and joy of Fred Penner

Adults of all ages will be thrilled to hear that Nakai Theatre is bringing Fred Penner to Whitehorse.Sadly, many children today haven’t had the thrill of waiting for that magical moment when Penner would crawl through the...

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Daniel Janke Trio and Guest

One of the perks of being a composer is being able to jam with friends.On a trip last year to Montréal, Daniel Janke got in touch with an old friend, Jean-Pierre Zanella, who is well known in the Montréal jazz scene as a...

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