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Issue: 2016-06-16

Banners! Banners!

“They were popular back in the 1960s,” Sid tells me as we stand in one of his many garages.Built attached to his house, his old garage holds tools, machines and different parts of Sid’s antique/vintage collection. Looking up...

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Out of the Rec Room

Scott Wilson doesn’t credit either ’50s TV host Arthur Godfrey or campy falsetto Tiny Tim with the current popularity of the humble ukulele.Instead, the Whitehorse musician thinks it likely stems from a few years...

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Easy Riders

Next Thursday up to 300 motorcyclists will descend on Dawson City for the 29th gathering of Dust 2 Dawson Motorcycle Ride.Dick Van Nostrand, a long time Dawsonite, helps organize the gathering. He’s been involved since almost...

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Hot Ticket to Ride

France has the Tour de France. Italy has the Giro d’Italia. And here in the Yukon, we have the Kluane Chilkat International Bike Relay.The relay sees cyclists ride the spectacular 238.3 km from Haines Junction, Yukon, to Haines,...

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Farewell Winter, Hello Summer

Usually after a long Yukon winter, you look forward to packing away your warm winter coat and saying goodbye to your winter activities for another season. Maybe the winter wasn’t as cold and as long as it used be, but it...

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Tlingit Treasure

On Saturday May 14th, under sunny skies, hundreds of spectators celebrated the Grand Opening of the Jilkaat Kwaan Cultural Heritage Centre and Bald Eagle Preserve Visitor Centre, amidst some of the most spectacular scenery in...

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A Passion for Yoga

There are numerous ways to get into yoga – just ask any of the instructors at the newly-opened Soulstice Yoga Studio in Dawson City.  One grew up doing sun salutations with her yoga-enthusiast mother; another took interest...

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