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Issue: 2011-05-05

EA Wine Triple Treat

I was asked by some friends to participate in “An evening of Art, Wine and too much fun” presented by The Artist Relief Fund Society, and I was delighted to get involved.The Canvas Confidential event will be held on...

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Watching Ice

This is the time of year when you find people looking at the river and wondering – when?There are different “whens”, of course.I happened across some gentlemen at a table just past the Dänojà Zho Cultural Centre a...

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Superbike School

I am so jealous. I just picked my guy up from the airport, back from a two-day Superbike school in California. And he was just one of four Yukon guys who got off the plane with racing track prints on their retinas.To rub it in,...

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A Literary Study

When Bob Hayes was in grade school, he was nearly accused of plagiarism for his story “The Flickering Flame.” The author Hayes emulated? Jack London.Readers of Hayes’ first book, Wolves of the Yukon, will spot...

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Sandhills on Demand

A quarter million sandhill cranes!When, anywhere in this territory, do we have the opportunity to see a quarter million anything?Caribou? Nope. People? Not even close. Trees? Well, probably, but trees aren’t typically very...

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Wisecracks and Popcorn

APTN broadcasts a wide variety of Hollywood films, with features four nights per week and additional matinees on weekends.A lot of viewers wonder how we choose our films. If APTN is an Aboriginal network, what does that have to...

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Fireweed Forever

The Prince of Wales had his supper served on it. It’s on dining tables and in display cabinets around the world. It’s uniquely Yukon, but pays homage to traditional Japanese design.Now, the fireweed pottery that is...

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