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Issue: 2014-10-16

Bargain Hunting: The Sport

The Whitehorse Cross-Country Ski Club (WCCS) will open its doors for the annual Winter Sports Swap and Fair this October 18 at 9:00 a.m. This swap is really a winter gear sale, and a wide range of secondhand winter equipment...

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Yukon Party Culture

I walk into a “September Scramble” party at 1:00 a.m. on a Saturday, late and completely sober.It’s been a while since I was at a party like this; one you can hear from a block away, where you enter through an open front door...

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Premium Suds

These days, if you live in Whitehorse and you like good beer, you will find yourself nestled into one of the cushy chairs at the T & M lounge, catching up on golf highlights; you go there because it is still the only place...

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Ferments

If our external environment is a reflection of what is happening within, I must be going through a deep transformation.My little cabin is filled with aromas emanating from myriad sources — jars and jugs of various ferments,...

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Being Caribou

Being Caribou kicks off Yukon Film Society’s (YFS) Kitchen Party on October 24 at the Yukon Arts Centre. The Kitchen Party is a month-long celebration of Canadian cinema and media art for YFS’s 30th anniversary. The film...

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Better Than Busking

 Milena Parajo-van de Stadt was little more than a toddler when she noticed some buskers playing violin in a park in Oxford, England.She promptly switched her focus from the piano, which her father was teaching her, to the...

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Coincidental Bassist

Richard Whiteman’s career as an upright bass player began virtually by coincidence.About 10 years ago, as leader of a highly regarded piano trio, he was doing a photo shoot with Juno-winning vocalist, composer, and bassist...

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