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Issue: 2016-05-12

Literature in the Kluane Country

Kluane Country has long inspired writers. Three such writers will be doing readings in Haines Junction and Whitehorse on May 17 to 19. Whitehorse writer David Thompson set his adventure novel Haines Junction in the community;...

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Life, Love and Trevor

Dogtown: the Musical, a story based on the life and fate of a local dog named Trevor, will be one of the many productions featured during the Magnetic North Theatre Festival, taking place June 9 to 18Nakai Theatre and the Yukon...

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Fiddling Through Time

It was a visit to the Yukon Transportation Museum that got Whitehorse fiddler and music teacher Keitha Clark thinking about an ambitious project for the 25 young Whitehorse musicians known collectively as the Fiddleheads....

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Music for Fun and a Good Cause

“Ten years we’ve been doing this and we never quite know what’s going to happen each time.” Nijen Holland (usually just known as Nijen) was quite right when he said this at the conclusion of the latest Coffee House/Open Mic...

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Didee & Didoo: SERIOUS TRAINING

SERIOUS TRAININGI’M A VUNTUT GWICHIN ATHLETEAND I ALWAYS COMPETE.I’LL RUN WHEN IT’S SNOWING OR RAININGBECAUSE I’M IN SERIOUS TRAINING.I DON’T WANT A BAD HABIT‘CAUSE I NEED TO RUN LIKE A RABBIT.I LIKE TO BE SERIOUSLY FITSO I...

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That Gypsy Jazz Swing

Anyone contemplating starting a small musical group to perform on a cruise ship would be well-advised to contact Lache Cercel.The Romanian-born fiddler, who now lives in B.C., teaches a course in how to develop a successful...

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