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Issue: 2011-02-03

Barlow Times Two

Have you ever had a relationship so intense that you have to live on opposite sides of the country?If you have, you’ll understand why the Yukon’s Kim Barlow, a renowned cellist and banjo player, likes to keep 8,000...

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Ready to Hit the Broom

It’s Thursday night at Dawson City Curling Club. Club president Akio Saito explains the finer points of the pivoting head on a blue, light-weight curling broom to a teammate who’s contemplating a purchase before this...

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Learning to Say Hello

Tansi! For those unfamiliar with Aboriginal languages, ‘tansi’ is a friendly greeting in the Cree language somewhat akin to ‘hello’ in English. It is a word used often in one of APTN’s most popular...

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Play Makers: Produce pains

Wash your produce.We are taught this from a very young age, but it particularly holds true up here in the North.Some of the things I’ve seen people to do in the fruits and veggies department is especially appalling.They...

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To Be a Cicerone

When I grow up I want to be a cicerone.Sigh. The above statement is true.A cicerone is the sommelier of the beer world. A lucky soul who gets to order beer for fine restaurants, recommend parings to chefs, write lengthy articles...

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Star Clusters and Ringed Giants

The month of February offers long, clear, cold nights, and a chance to explore five of the finest star clusters in the Yukon Night Skies.To begin our cosmic journey look high overhead and you will find the constellation of...

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Orderly Chaos

”Hello, everybody. Welcome to mayhem and madness.”It’s precisely 7 pm and Anton Solomon is just kicking off a rehearsal for the Moving Parts Theatre production of Noises Off, which is scheduled to open 15 days...

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