Select Page

Issue: 2016-06-30

Stereoscopic Views

Looking through Sid’s antiquities I spot a familiar sight: stereoscopes. I had a pair of bright orange View Masters (a trademarked format of stereoscope) when I was a child in the 1990s with photos of Bugs Bunny.Sid’s...

Read More

More than Just Coffee

I catch Heike Graf between the lunch rush hour at the Caribou Crossing Coffee and picking up her five year old daughter from school.“It was busy today,” Graf, the owner of the coffee shop in Carcross, says while wiping the...

Read More

Pioneer Agronomist

The Hidden Histories Society Yukon collects stories and research on people of Asian andBlack heritage who have contributed to the Yukon. It’s been doing this for 15 years.  Yoshikazu (Joe) Tsukamoto was an early pioneer in the...

Read More

The Queen Bee of Klondike Rib & Salmon

The young woman is dancing like nobody is watching, lip syncing animatedly to Abba’s “Dancing Queen.”It is 2 p.m. on a Monday and Klondike Rib & Salmon is packed.Is that a server or a customer?“It could be either,”...

Read More

Resisting and Resurging

This year the Yukon Film Society (YFS) returns to the Adäka Cultural Festival with more FirstNations programming.The collaboration between Adäka and YFS allows all the screenings to be free. Screenings run July 3 and 4 at the...

Read More

An Exploration of Old and New

Continuing its tradition of collaborative art projects, this year’s Adӓka Cultural Festival will bring together six northern musicians for a fusion of traditional and contemporary sounds.The artists will get together during the...

Read More

Sherry, Baby

I developed an interest in food and restaurants early. In this I had a companion: my friend Sarah, who at sixteen was a year older than me and even keener than I to explore everything culinary the city of Toronto had to offer....

Read More
Loading
Loading...