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Issue: 2016-03-17

Painting and a Party

Having reached a certain age, I’m grateful for the younger, hipper people in my life who update me up on popular culture.My friend Katie is such a person. She told me about Groupons, longboards, and Snapchat. Long before the...

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My First Yukon Winter

Upon mentioning – or complaining about – the cold this winter, Yukoners immediately correctme, stating that the weather we’ve endured for the past several months does not remotely count as a real Yukon winter.However, arriving...

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Sal Capone: The Lamentable Tragedy Of

“The play was inspired by the shooting of a young man named Freddy Villaneuva,” Vancouver-based playwright Omari Newton tells me. “A young man that was apparently unarmed, had no previous criminal record. He got into some kind...

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Making a Difference

In January 2013 Daniel Adamson first travelled to the Philippines. It was the wish of his sick mother whom Adamson had been looking after for several years.After years of caring for her she wanted him to take a holiday.A Yukon...

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Don’t Turnip Your Nose

“‘…but gracious me! It’s getting light!    Good night, old Turnip-top, good-night!’    A nod, and he was gone.”So ends the sixth canto of Phantasmorgia by Lewis Carroll (better known for having written the...

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