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Issue: 2015-06-11

Japanese Drums Arrive in the Capital

Whitehorse is about to get a dose of Japanese culture from the upcoming Festival of Taiko Drumming. June 11 to 13 will see the Japanese Canadian Association of Yukon host the world-renowned drumming group, Uzume Taiko, for a...

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Folk art in the forest

The forest is my palette. The flora, the fauna — they inspire me. I am so lucky to have an acreage at my disposal. I’ve created walking paths and gardens. Over the last few years I’ve enjoyed yarn bombing the forest paths I’ve...

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The Ultimate Guide to Yukon Sport

John Firth’s massive Yukon Sport: An Illustrated Encyclopedia, published in November 2014 by Sport Yukon, is a heavy book. It must weigh 14 pounds. If you’re brain isn’t strong enough to read all of it, mine wasn’t, you can...

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Freezing Fish

Over the years a few people have told me that due to a loss of flavour, they do not freeze fish and only eat them fresh.Certainly a well cared for fresh fish has a slight flavour edge on one that’s been frozen, but not enough...

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That’s a wrap

Arriving home after time away, without stopping by the grocery store, may seem overly optimistic, but I was rewarded by finding the freezer just as I had left it.While the remnants of last year’s harvest are certainly dwindling,...

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