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Issue: 2010-02-25

The Great Garbanzo

Garbanzo beans, although relatively bland, have a rich texture that can be easily perked up with herbs and spices.For vegetarians, legumes are a standard source of protein, so variety in the bean preparation is always welcome.In...

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Revelation in Joshua Tree

Once I decided that not to ride was just plain wrong, I had to decide what kind of motorcycle to get. Not even knowing how to ride meant my criteria was practical rather than heart-driven.I wanted a deal, a second-hand bike that...

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When the Fire Hall Got Hauled

Back in Column #2 of this series, I promised you a couple of moving stories about Dawson buildings.My last column should certainly have made it clear that I was thinking about actual physical relocation rather than a tug at the...

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The legacy of legends

There are legends – those men and women who left their mark on the Klondike – and that is the theme of this year’s Yukon Sourdough Rendezvous: Legends of the Klondike.Tiffany Duncan, executive director of the Yukon...

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Gay community sees hope in The Laramie

Then I was at the Big Band Dessert and Dance Saturday night, I saw a handsome man across the crowded room.Fat chance that I was going to have courage enough to ask him to dance. Are you kidding? I might be hit. He might yell at...

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Help Us, Entertain You

Which APTN programs do you like to watch? Would you watch them online? What do you like most about our network? What would you change if you could?We want to know.Each month I write to tell you about the great things we’re...

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