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Issue: 2011-04-21

Luxuriate in the Moss

Most Yukoners love the microcosm of moss and little alpine plants that contrasts with our grand vistas.The snow has not yet melted from that rich soft fabric. Lyn Fabio’s verdant veerings gives us a preview.Light ochre,...

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Exploring Gray Monk Estate Wines

Several weeks ago, I had the happy opportunity to explore a significant portion of the range of Gary Monk Estate wines.A friend of mine who helps organize the annual Rotary Club Wine Festival represents the Gray Monk Estate...

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Changing Accommodations

Every spring, we start preparing for chicks. This usually means a rearrangement of how animals are housed.In the fall we usually move everything into one building or at least to a central area. This makes chores a bit easier, as...

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Here, There & Everywhere

The next time you tune into Fox News, take a good look at the network’s iconic rotating cube in the lower left corner of your screen.Or while you’re watching a basketball or hockey game on satellite TV, consider...

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“I Miss Riding in Traffic”

So what’s Dean Eyre doing here?He’s taking the job of finding the right bikes for people really seriously – and having fun doing it.Eyre is the owner of Cadence Cycle at 508 Wood Street, in the centre of downtown...

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Remembering Tent City

As we get closer to the time when Dawson sees an influx of summer workers, I thought I would take this week to reflect on the glory that was Tent City.To begin with, there has been a summer housing crunch in Dawson from at least...

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Hearing the Click

Brian Brett was 17 when the “click” happened.His life was in chaos at the time, especially in the classroom. During that period, he recalls, he was booted out of eight of his nine courses for a month or so.”I...

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