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Issue: 2009-10-08

Suffer a new day

What an eccentric thing is the skyWhen at close of day it dances colours for my eyes.What beauty folds itself in swaddling cloudsAnd wraps horizon in misted shrouds.Where stars turn course, and gaily gleam,Night creeps forth its...

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Impact on Jupiter and Solar Adventures

Welcome back to another fascinating year of astronomy in the Yukon. Bad weather this fall has made it a tough go for Yukon amateur astronomers. But let’s back up a bit and catch up on the summertime happenings.In July, our...

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Simmering Spuds

The firm texture of Yukon Gold potatoes goes well with fresh corn to deliver a rich flavour in this hearty and healthy soup. Leave the skin on new potatoes as the skins are high in Vitamin C.Yukon-grown potatoes are plentiful...

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Dance explores pain and pleasure

Hélène Blackburn is looking forward to bringing her contemporary dance company, Cas Public, to the Yukon next week.Long ago, she dismissed the notion that those in small towns can be closed-minded and that the west is saturated...

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Welcome to Whitehorse

I arrived in Whitehorse, from Toronto, about a month ago, to visit sisters that have already made homes for themselves here.I come to the conclusion that it’s the fierce cold and depressing winters that most likely keep...

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