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Kevin Barr

The Follies ‘Reborn’!

The Frantic Follies Vaudeville Show was a staple for Yukoners and visitors alike for 47 years, bringing gold-rush themed vaudeville performances to the stage. Last year, owner Grant Simpson lowered the curtain on the show and it...

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A Bumpy Road to Citizenship

November, 1972. California-born musician Mike Stockstill and two friends packed their instruments into the car and headed for Alaska.The car was a 1942 Dodge truck that had six months earlier been a chicken coop. Mike, a...

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His Saturn Returned and He’s Heading Out

Saturn is somewhere in its grand orbit when you’re born. When it comes round again, 29.5years later, astrologers say it can mean big changes in your life.For Whitehorse musician Jona Barr, it was during his own period of Saturn...

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Johnny Cash For Cancer

For anyone who has fallen into a burning ring of fire, who are boys named Sue, or who have been to Folsom Prison, in real life, or just in song, A Tribute To Johnny Cash, on Friday, February 27, at the Yukon Convention Centre,...

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Stories of the scientific nude

Yes, they know it is cold in the Yukon.The cast of Studies in Motion has been checking out the temperatures here daily.Yet they will all be nude sometime during the play when it shows at the Yukon Arts Centre March 24 to...

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Singing Her Way from Telegraph Creek

Back on my 40th birthday, earlier this summer, I had a pleasant surprise: celebrating at Flipper’s Pub, on a Saturday afternoon, I heard a fabulous new jammer and a newcomer to Whitehorse, Jasmine Netsena. Singing some...

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