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Issue: 2009-09-17

Baja – the Road to Gonzaga

What happened to the road?It was the second challenge of our trip. The first was the sand of the central mountains. This second one had a reputation for destroying all but the most solid of vehicles, by rattling them to...

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A love that made the gods weep

“It is a space of no expectations,” says Carol Prieur, a dancer in the upcoming presentation, Orpheus and Eurydice.Since Yukon audiences probably remember the choreographer, Marie Chouinard, who urinated into a...

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An Icon in Yukon History

If it’s true that artists force a culture to come to terms with itself, then few people have helped define the Yukon more than Jim Robb. We all know his work: the billowing drifts of snow, the wispy chimney smoke, the...

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Driving North in July

In this haze the Yukon skyline,normally full of distince edges,has become a Tony Onley canvas,vistas folding into each other,fading with the distanceinto smoke-smudgedindistinct waves.

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