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Issue: 2015-10-22

Fine Wine Starts in the Garage

There’s at least one person for whom the drought in California has a silver lining.Luigi Zanasi is hoping for some magic to come out of his garage this year, thanks to the intense wine grapes he believes the California drought...

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Three Books for a Haunted Hallowe’en

I don’t mean to alarm you, but it’s almost Hallowe’en, which, as all Yukoners know, means winter will soon descend upon us with the stumbling, frozen fury of a zombie horde from The Walking Dead. If that’s not scary enough for...

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Winter is Coming

Over the past few years the gardens have been producing more and more vegetables. So, come fall we start to look for places to store the root crops for the winter.Our main root crops are potatoes and carrots, which need a dark,...

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Freestyle Beading in Dawson

Dawson City resident Debbie Winston has a love of making art with beads – including antique glass and china chickens.A child of the sixties, Debbie first arrived in Whitehorse on July 1, 1967. She was traveling with her...

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Winter Is Not Coming

I’ve been online shopping.Specifically, I’ve been fixated on merino wool base layers on Amazon. Researching sizes, the best weave weight, which tops will work both as under and outer wear, what brands won’t pill. I’ve found some...

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Riffs through the Wilderness

Brenda Berezan was an aspiring songwriter when she moved to the Yukon wilderness. Having taken a break from music to run a business and raise her family, she has recently returned to performing and recording. She’s now...

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Keeping the Memory Alive

In 1943 Operation Husky was put into motion. Canadian Soldiers travelled deep into the Sicilian countryside to fight against the Nazi presence that had been established there. More than 500 Canadian Soldiers lost their lives...

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