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Issue: 2012-03-29

Wind’s Abaft the Beam: Pt. 2

Currents, tides, winds.It is a lot for me to keep track of while trying to remember how to hoist a mainsail (loosen the mainsheet, release the boom vang, tighten the topping lift, pull main halyard, release the topping lift—and...

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Two Fine, Big Reds

This is a funny time of year in the Yukon. The return of the light and the moving forward of the clocks speaks to the impending arrival of spring.The other day I stood outside my cabin and heard birds calling their songs out,...

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Skiers on Patrol

“A slight glow on the eastern horizon beckons to me and I anticipate the brilliant splashes of intense color that characterize our spectacular Yukon mornings—an incredible visual feast to welcome the day!”We knew...

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Short Sightings, Wide Views

On the day before the 13th Annual Dawson City International Short Film Festival (DCISFF) schedule was released, I joined festival producer, Dan Sokolowski, in his office in the Klondike Institute of Arts and Culture (KIAC).A...

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April Cosmic Showers; Fire in the Sky

Wondrous views await the cosmic tourist in the month of April.The end of March and the first two weeks of April are sometimes referred to as, the Changing of the Guard. This means the winter constellations are slowly sinking...

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Process of Imagination

One thing his early journalism career taught author Lawrence Hill was to pursue the adventure of his stories.Alongside working on final drafts of his eighth novel, Illegal, due out early next year, over the past few weeks the...

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