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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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Rocking the live music scene

When Barry Bellchambers acquired the Whitehorse Lions Pool in 2004, filled it, and created the Yukon Convention Centre, he had a vision of bringing live music to the Yukon.Classic rock bands like April Wine, Nazareth, Randy...

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Better communities, 100 women at a time

Sitting in a circle with the seven women and organizers of the sixth annual 100 Women Who Care event is a bit like curling up fireside. The ambiance is cozy, intimate and undeniably supportive.The answer “Because we care”...

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Supporting great health care in the Yukon

Philip Fitzgerald was embarrassed when he is asked about his greatest sense of accomplishment as the chair of the Yukon Hospital Foundation.“It sounds too financial,” he explained.Well?“It doesn’t sound right,” he said, finally....

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Calling All Arty Teens

From November 2 to 5, youth from all over the Yukon will be converging on Dawson City to hone their art skills in the 16th annual Youth Art Enrichment Program.  Hosted by the Klondike Institute of Art and Culture (KIAC), the...

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Sampling the ‘challenge’

This is the second year that Northern Vision Development has challenged Whitehorse restaurants to make the best burger.This year six restaurants took the bait — The Gold Pan Saloon, the High Country Inn, The Cut Off,...

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Bring it to the People With Lasers

“Ice climbing is a cold, miserable activity to do; these days technology makes it morecomfortable, but still, you’re climbing up a frozen piece of water.”Chris Grishler is doing everything he can to make ice-climbing appeal to...

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