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Issue: 2016-03-03

Next Stop, Serab

I love to travel; seeing new places, meeting new people. Experience, after all is priceless.I also love to knit. Imagine my delight when I purchased Silk Road Socks by Hunter Hammersen, with 93 pages of history and knitting. The...

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Folk VERCH-uoso

If you’ve got a yen to hear some some good old-fashioned country fiddle playing, you won’t want to miss April Verch. Verch, along with bandmates Cody Walters (banjo and electric bass) and Alex Rubin (guitar and mandolin) will be...

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Feelin’ Hot, Hot, Hot

It’s easy to distinguish what the latest food trends are when you see the latest creative potato chip flavours. I realize this sounds a little crazy, but let me explain.A recent trip to Superstore had me eyeing up the 60-cent...

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Want to Try a New Restaurant?

In less than a year, Erin Loxam has found her way to the heart of theYukon — through its stomach.While still a cheechako, she has visited more local restaurants than any sourdough, and has done us the good service of writing...

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A Champian for Dinah

While other girls her age were in their bedrooms pretending to be Madonna or some other pop idol, Champian Fulton was busy channelling a legendary jazz singer who died back in 1963.”You know how kids like to pretend and...

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