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Issue: 2009-09-24

Stop … and listen to Mike Daisey

Mike Daisey talks.He is a monologist; it’s what he does.In a day when we watch our videos in one- and two-minute clips and read messages from our friends in 140 characters or less, Mike Daisey will talk for two hours.No...

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The Yukon rocks Vancouver

Yukon musicians will be entertaining Vancouverites this week, which is nice, but …”I see this as a huge marketing initiative,” says Debbie Peters of Magnum Opus Management, the event producer.”A lot of...

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A Good Summer, Starts in the Fall

From all reports, this year has been one of the better growing seasons. However, if your green thumb is still itching to do some gardening, here’s an experiment you can try to prolong the fun.For a few years, I have been...

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The Bob Couchman Yukon Theatre Award

Each and every one of us at What’s Up Yukon finds local theatre to be a fantastic entertainment value.We like to think that covering theatre in our pages shows our support and we are happy to do it. But is there something...

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Reds for a Gathering

It’s always fun to be on the lookout for new wines to try, and this past weekend gave me the opportunity to explore two tasty and moderately priced red wines from Italy. They come from less familiar areas of Italy, that...

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Caramel Cliffs on the Yukon River

I had anticipated the kayak trip for a full year.The four days I had spent the previous year on the Yukon River, with my friend John, had been a spur-of-the-moment accident. I’d never been in a kayak before and had to...

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