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Issue: 2005-02-10

Cover February 10, 2005

February 10, 2015

First issue of What's Up Yukon!

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Cool Threads - 2015

Christian Kuntz

Yukon designers, models and photographers work in tandem to showcase the “haute-est” trends from the coolest people in the North and, according to photographer Christian Kuntz, it's all about the pictures. Read more

Photography - Film

For those new to Massive Multiplayer Online Role Playing Games, World of Warcraft is a good place to start. Right from the beginning, WoW drew me in by giving me the freedom to customize my new character. I chose from one of eight races that include Read more

Hobbies

Biking in extreme weather is hard on any bike. Whether you have decided to you use your bike all four seasons, or you have purchased a bike just for winter, it needs only one speed. That one high gear makes it easy to power through snow and, Read more

Yukon Active

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Living in the North has many advantages. We have crystal clear skies, no air pollution and many hours of darkness in the winter season. This adds up to excellent opportunities for viewing and taking pictures of the Northern Lights. Read more

Hobbies

Anyone who has taken part in competitive cycling or running in the Yukon, in these past 20 years or so, has most likely experienced the typical post-race symptoms of excessive sweating, agonizing pain, rewarding sense of accomplishment and that one Read more

Making A Difference!

We, the Soulstice Music Society, would like to take this opportunity to invite you in with open arms; to get an insiders view on who we are and what we do. The Soulstice Music Society is a non-profit group comprised of Jordi Mikeli-Jones, Kevin Jack Read more

Yukon Music

Skating on wash buckets, pratfalls, explosions and fart jokes – Fart jokes! What can be better than fart jokes? – combine for a rollicking fun circus show. Read more

Yukon Arts & Entertainment

"I want to stop standing on the side of the stage and looking in ... I want to stand in the center and look out." You know Ivan Zenovitch. More importantly, you have heard him. He's the one playing guitar for any one of a hundred performers. Read more

Yukon Music

Put the garlic on a baking sheet to roast until soft for about 40 minutes. Chop the apricots into small pieces and mix with the cranberries. Squeeze the roasted garlic into the fruit mixture. Combine with bread crumbs. Heat the olive oil in pan over Read more

The Yukon creates inspiration for artists of all disciplines. From basement studios and state-of-the-art professional studios-for-hire, this inspiration is finding more of a voice in the Yukon. Read more

Yukon Music

Like many Yukoners, I had dinner at La Gourmandise Creperie and World Cuisine when it first opened last fall. It was a wonderful experience, but the portions were too big ... I had no room left for dessert. Read more

Yukon Local Business

I've known Mark Stenzig, owner of Up North Adventures, for a few years. But my most memorable meeting with him was during Christmas 2003. My brother, visiting from Calgary, and I had decided to try out a new pair of snowshoes that he and my Read more

Yukon Local Business

"I don't believe we've ever been competitive," says Gary Burdess, president of the Yukon Badminton Association. Yet, in 106 weeks, he hopes to send eight members against world-class competition in the 2007 Jeux du Canada Games in Whitehorse. Read more

Yukon Active

A group of movie lovers gathers on a frigid Sunday in Whitehorse. In an apartment living room, they watch movies and eat popcorn. They laugh with a good comedy and are swept away with a gripping drama. But the home of Yukon Film Society president Mic Read more

Photography - Film

Levi Commons, of the Yukon Amateur Boxing club, returned from the Alberta Bronze Gloves tournament with a gold medal. Edujardo Aragon and Micah Hoeschele, of Whitehorse, both earned silver medals. Read more

Yukon Active

It's Wednesday and I'm feeling listless. The kids are at school, my wife is at work and it's a day off from college classes for me. I want to go for a ski. I look out the window ... it's still dark. I drag myself to the front door and open it Read more

Yukon Winter

The Polarettes Gymnastic Club faced its first competition of the year and earned quite a few medals. The West Coast Gymnastics Invitational was held Jan. 29 and 30 in Coquitlam, B.C. Read more

Yukon Active

Although the number of sled dog teams is down this year to 21, and the reigning champion is not returning, Stephen Reynolds thinks these factors will add up to a very interesting Yukon Quest 1,000-Mile International Sled Dog Race. Read more

Yukon Winter

.. was the time I was skating on a pond near the Cowley Creek Subdivision with my cousin, my friend Gavin, my mom and my dad. Read more

Yukon Active

As a non-smoker, I looked forward to my first pub crawl after the anti-smoking bylaw was rolled out to bars Jan. 1. This sits sideways for some people who think government is putting its nose where it aught not be. As the majority of live music in Read more

Yukon Music