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Issue: 2010-11-24

Going Nutty North of 60

Nuts of many kinds (both the human and plant varieties) were common about town in early Klondike days. Nuts keep well, have great flavour and add crunch and texture to sometimes bland situations.These Nut Butter Cookies have the...

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Yukon Ho! Red!

When you really, really like beer, living in a city with its very own microbrewery is a daily kind of ‘pinch me’ phenomena. So when your local brews (yet another) award winning beer … yeah. It boggles the...

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Choirs and the Quest for Beauty

Every story a journalist writes involves a measure of compromise. The richer the source material, the larger that measure.A case in point is the story about lyric baritone Russell Braun and pianist Carolyn Maule in our November...

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Yukon Yearbook

Yukon writers are a prolific bunch, offering a new book every month or so. For the second year in a row, Lise Schonewille, bookbuyer at Mac’s Fireweed Books, has put together a mini book fair to showcase writers who had a...

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Rhythms Change as Seasons Change

Iam enjoying our long fall this year. It has allowed us to work on outside projects much easier than if we were knee deep in snow. It is also easier on the animals.The laying hens continue to go out into their yard to scratch...

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Tract-Laden Talkers at the Door

Unlike most folks, I have no problem with people trying to convert me.Maybe those intrepid door-knockers are constantly catching me when I’m in a good mood (and not just freshly out of the shower). But even at my crankiest...

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