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Issue: 2014-08-07

“Thinking About the Tomorrow”

It started with a death in the community, a suicide last November. Young people close to the deceased asked each other why it came to that — “What wasn’t there for him? What did he need?” The conversation that started in living...

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Squirrely Taxidermy

Sure, you’ve seen a moose head mounted on a wall before. It probably had really big antlers, too.But was it re-enacting a scene from Dirty Dancing? Or perhaps guarding a chest full of pirate treasure?This month, Cindy...

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Beginner’s Mind

My lack of birding skills used to be a secret shame.When it did come out, it was with an embarrassed acknowledgment that despite a background in biology and an intense love of nature, I was at best a “crap...

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Cake, Baby

“Let them eat cake”, is the famous saying, attributed to Marie Antoinette. After all, what could be a more delightful thing to do?For Heather Anderson the answer is, decorating cake; but that doesn’t mean just any decoration....

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A week full of poetry

It was a rainy and windy afternoon in LePage Park on Friday, July 11, when author Jessica Simon started reading her poem, “A Spot to Watch the Fireworks”.She was followed by Whitehorse-based writers Joanna Lilley, Jerome...

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