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Issue: 2009-11-05

Big View, Small Budget

While the rest of the country is obsessed with the H1N1 virus and cure, Yukon amateur astronomers seem to be looking for a cure of their own — a cure for bad weather. This time of year is renowned for volatile, unstable weather,...

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Pairing the Sweet with the Sweet

I had some friends out to my cabin this past weekend for a great fall dinner with pasta and several good Oregon pinot noirs to try with the main course. For dessert, one of my guests brought a wonderful, home-made Tiramisu.I...

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The ‘Grid Siphon’

If you’ve lived in the Yukon long enough, you will eventually befriend an off-the-gridder.Off-the-gridders belong to the robust breed that turns their backs on the conventional services we are all accustomed to, which...

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School band has great friends

It is good to have friends … especially when you are a music teacher and the band needs to raise money for repairs and new instruments.As a Facebook friend of Brandon Isaak, and having played with him from time to time,...

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A positive, family-friendly music festival

It seems that the busier Gary Bailie gets, the happier he is.The producer of the annual Blue Feather Music Festival 2009 receives every new task as proof that this ninth, annual event is coming together bigger and better than...

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