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East Comes West for Atlin

There are so many East Coast-ers performing at this year’s Atlin Arts and Music Festival, organizers felt it only made sense to program an East Coast kitchen party during the festival, taking place in Atlin July 7 to...

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A Stitch in Time

Anna Taylor spent this winter stitching the stories of Dawson City women.In March, the Halifax-based textile artist completed a month-long residency at the Klondike Institute of Art and Culture. There, her embroidery practice...

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Finding Herself

In 2009, Ayla Sanders graduated from Vanier Catholic Secondary School and got a summerjob in Paradise Alley on Main Street in Whitehorse. She did not have plans to pursue a post-secondary education, so she wrote an essay to...

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Fresh Words and Deep Roots

Writing poetry since she was a child, Nova Scotia based author Shauntay Grant says shehas always loved creative writing.“The oldest poem I’ve kept is from fourth grade,” she says.The vocalist, poet and author began a residency...

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Big, Loud and Funky

Make no mistake, Major Funk and the Employment is a big band with a big sound and big plans. It has also had some big personnel changes since bassist Etienne Girard put the group together two years ago.”We wanted to have a...

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Twice A Day the Whistle Blows

It’s 5:00 and I’m sitting at the table in my summer office which, whenever possible, is ourveranda. Seven blocks west and about two north the whistle mounted on the S.S. Keno lets loose with a blast that I can hear very clearly...

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