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Issue: 2012-05-03

Noh Comes to Town

Whitehorse audience will have a rare opportunity next week to experience a form of classical Japanese theatre that dates back almost 700 years.Although not as well-known in Western circles as the other two main types of Japanese...

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Quiverful of Coaches

If watching The Hunger Games made you wish you could take up a bow and arrow, then the Yukon Aboriginal Sport Circle has some very good news for you.Last month, the Sport Circle brought in the top instructor from the British...

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Pancakes and Pie

It’s a sunny Sunday in Dawson, the first day of a new month.I am standing by the window at our kitchen counter eating a beetroot sandwich (toasted Calabrese bread, cheddar cheese, pickled beets, cucumber, tomato, and baby...

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Over the Rainbow

The Northern Lights School of Dance (NLSD) is bringing the story of The Wizard of Oz to Yukon Arts Centre stage in full colour this month.”We’ve adapted it based on the 1939 film version of the story,” says...

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Victorian-era Monty Python

Kindhearted pirates, timorous policemen, pretty maidens, star-crossed lovers and a thoroughly modern Major-General.All these are onstage this week at Wood Street School as the Music, Art, Drama, Dance program (MAD) program...

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Library Views

My first exposure to the Yukon came last December, when I arrived in Dawson City for a stint as writer-in-residence at Berton House.Like many previous visitors, I fell in love with the place, so when I was invited to return to...

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Set to Fly

Picture the serenity of pristine mountain scenery, contrasted by the fast action of snowmobiles launched upside down on soaring jumps.That’s exactly what Whitehorse filmmaker Blake Wildfong is capturing for his new film,...

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