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Issue: 2014-05-01

A Celebration of Spring

Spring… there is nothing quite like it.Living here in the North, we generally have a long winter followed by a long spring. It seems to take forever to finish melting the snow and warming up the ground.To help keep us...

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Birds, Bats & Bees

For more than a decade, the Yukon Fish and Game Association has helped youngsters build houses for our winged friends. That tradition will continue on May 10 with a workshop to build bat and bird houses at the Canada Games...

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Taxicab Theatre

Gab in a cab, do time in the hole, or ponder what lies behind schoolyard shootings.These are just some of the options available to audience members as Nakai Theatre presents version six of its Homegrown Theatre Festival next...

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It’s a Mad, Mad World

It might have been on John Lennon’s mind when he wrote “Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds” (so speculates Beatles biographer Bob Spitz). It was directed by a cast member of Beyond the Fringe, a popular satirical revue from the early...

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Tuneful Fun

Beginning next week, Dawson City residents will have something to sing about – literally.The Good Times Community Choir will start up on May 6 for people of all levels who have always wanted to learn how to sing, read music,...

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Blue Hibou collaboration spans the country

With Kim Barlow’s recent departure from the Yukon, the local music scene appeared to have lost its most well-known singer-songwriter. However, Blue Hibou, Barlow’s collaboration with Hélène Beaulieu and Micah Smith,...

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