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Issue: 2008-10-30

With its love of secrecy, dark passions and spooky details, Halloween is an irresistible theme for holiday decorating. A holiday that appeals to adults and children alike, Halloween is time where you can fantasize (who doesn't want to be a super... Read more

Yukon Halloween

Jazz On The Wing has reached back to the early 1900s for its show Nov. 9 at the Yukon Arts Centre. New Orleans flair and Louis Armstrong arrangements will be presented by Bria's Hot Five. Read more

Yukon Music

Kyle Cashen, part of the Whitehorse power trio Friend Called Five, has released a long-awaited, full-length CD of original songs under the banner of Crash the Car. Read more

Yukon Music

As a wine drinker and (wine) lover, I was spoiled by the years that I lived in the United States. To this day, my recollection of the price ($5.99) we charged for Yellowtail Shiraz at the wine store I worked at keeps me from being able to swallow... Read more

Beverages

So I ask the group. "Anyone know where that movie rental place is — the one with the quirky, older films?" The young woman turns around and points to her name tag. "Would you mean ... this place?" She winks. It read Rebecca, The Adult Warehouse. Read more

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Issue: 2008-02-22

Cygnus, the flying swan, is a very important constellation to amateur astronomers that live in this magical northern land of ours. Also referred to as the Northern Cross, this constellation is easily recognizable directly overhead by its distinct... Read more

Hobbies

The writers are all taking part in National Novel Writing Month, or NaNoWriMo as it is known; 22 of them are students in two of Jerome Stueart's creative writing classes and Stueart, himself, will be joining them for the challenge. Read more

Literature

Yes, OK, I admit it: I am addicted to the American election. It began innocently enough three years ago while I was watching The Daily Show on television (yes, a real television and not living stream from a website ... Read more

What's Up Yukon Columns

In old Yukon, many a miner survived the winter with a sack of rice and a bag of beans. With escalating food prices, we may be wise to follow suit. While rice and beans by themselves lack certain amino acids, combined together in the same meal... Read more

Wendy Whitemore has lived alone on the land in Ontario for 10 years before embarking on about 10 years of solo travel. During those travels she explored Canada's North, ranging over the Yukon and Northwest Territories. Read more

Yukon Business

Performing about 60 shows Outside each year, we should not be surprised that the Yukon's own Kim Barlow has a lot of friends in the music business. And when she asked five of them to join her in an ensemble to take on tour, it is interesting to see Read more

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As you may have guessed from my first column, I am not really an early or late-season rider. I will endure the cold as part of a larger adventure, but not for a Sunday ride. Already the weather is discouraging me from riding. Seeing fallen leaves de Read more

Yukon Lifestyle