Issue: 2012-11-08

New Free Film-and-Chat Series Has a Place for You on the Couch

It’s a nice feeling when you come up with an idea for good times with people, and you make it happen, and it works. That’s what’s going on with Heather Finton and Bianca Martin right now. They came up with the idea of hosting a series of free film-and-chat nights at the Sundog Retreat and …

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Add Some Wit to Your Winter

One of the perks of spewing your beer brain onto a white page every couple of weeks is that people occasionally give you beer and suggest you write a column about it. One of my colleagues came back from a trip to Alaska in mid-October with a six-pack of Alaskan Wit, so I figured I’d …

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Musical Sorts Out the Craziness of Craigslist

Inheriting her grandmother’s hymn-book — stuffed with press clippings, flowers and a nuclear disarmament card from the 1960s — took Veda Hille on a journey she hadn’t anticipated. “It was a real treasure-trove, this book,” said Hille, a Vancouver-based musician. With no traditional church background, Hille started delving into the hymns, especially those by 18th-century …

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Whitehorse Club Offers Cross-Country Skiiers Dream Conditions

“When I travel down south for meetings, other clubs are astounded and in awe of what we have here in Whitehorse,” said Claude Chabot, Executive Director of the Whitehorse Cross-Country Ski Club. “On our trails you can be cross-country skiing by moonlight, watching the magic of the northern lights dance over the Lower Valley trails …

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