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Issue: 2010-12-09

Films and Dreams

Okay film-lovers, try this. Go stand close to a mirror, eight or nine inches away. Look steadily for a full second into one eye, then into the other eye.Now move your gaze back and forth as quickly as you can.Can you see your...

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The low of coming home

I don’t like to admit it, but I hate the feeling I get coming back home after a long motorcycle trip.There is so much stuff everywhere, routines become bad things instead of good things, and all I can think of is setting...

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Sally Ann’s Little Helper

Like store shelves bulging with goods and seasonal music bombarding the air, the appearance of the Salvation Army kettle is a sure sign that Christmas is not far off.In Whitehorse, one of the most recognizable faces beside that...

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Reid Parent – artist, mentor, friend

Laughter, tears, dancing and push-ups. The celebration was just how Reid Curtis Parent would have wanted it, as if his spirit were guiding us.To all who knew him, Reid was a shining light, as unique a character as the Northern...

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I Really Don’t Like Xmas

A new writer submitted a story the other day. A good story, too: well-written, informative, witty.But something in the first paragraph hit one of my uh-uh buttons. What made the veins on my forehead throb was a single word:...

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To Music, Together

Has anyone heard of archerfish?” Joe Cooke describes how this fish can see both above and below water, and he encourages the musicians ringed around him to split their vision too – by looking at him and at their sheet...

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Santa Claus, Pet Whisperer

Is Logan sick of getting the same old moose bones every year? Would Fluffy like a pink rhinestone-studded collar, or is beaver skin more her style?Okay, your furry friends won’t actually be able to tell Santa what...

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