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Issue: 2012-04-26

The Magic of Madrigal

When the Whitehorse Community Choir presents its annual spring concert this week, it will be in a different venue than usual—the Sacred Heart Cathedral on 4th Avenue.It will also be offering musical fare whose origins trace back...

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Tuning the Machine

Don’t mind the flashing lights and funky sounds, folks. This time machine is not the type you were thinking about.Based out of Whitehorse, their new project, Old Time Machine, blends the acoustic songwritingstylings of...

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(Ex)changing Paddling Gear

Perhaps you believe, as Kenneth Grahame suggests in his classic novel, The Wind in the Willows, that “there is nothing—absolutely nothing—half so much worth doing as simply messing about in boats.”If so, you need to...

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Gone Fishing

Many Yukoners live here because they enjoy the active lifestyle, interaction with wilderness, and distance from ties and pencil skirts.A visiting author from the Toronto area pointed out to me the other day that he found it...

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22 Years & Still Swinging

Sunday, April 15.It’s the night after the Big Band’s annual Spring Swing event, and Nita Collins is relishing the memory of an evening that saw 40 couples take to the floor of the Mount Mac Recreation...

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He’s the Top!

For Fawn Fritzen, the idea was born two years ago, the first time she sang with music maven Grant Simpson.”We chatted a bit during the break and he mentioned that he’d been thinking of doing this Cole Porter show for...

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Better Late Than Never

Spring! There is just something about it that gets the blood moving.It could be the excitement of new life pushing its way up from the cold, rocky ground the way crocuses do.Or the ability to go off the beaten path to explore....

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