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Issue: 2009-06-11

The Yukon's Gateway, Watson Lake, turns 25 years old this weekend. And, to celebrate, the town's residents will be throwing a carnival in Wye Lake Park. Terry Colebrooke, the town's recreation director, says on Saturday, June 13, the park will be f Read more

Watson Lake

As far as this paper's mandate reaches – arts, culture, entertainment and recreation – the biggest news of the week is the creation of the Society of Yukon Independent Dance Artists. Read more

Theatre - Dance

George Maratos stepped up to the microphone like a gunslinger to announce the comedy Standup Standoff was about to begin. This was no laughing matter. Former champion Tristin Hopper was back to protect his title. Read more

Yukon Arts

A dream I've held since childhood has been quashed. It's with much regret that I must inform all of you that my letter of interest to join the Paranormal Saskatoon research group has gone unanswered. It's been three weeks since I sent off the e-mai Read more

Humour

Pegasus Wing beckons listeners to recall the profound messages and blissful sounds made by artists whom (unbeknown to them at the time) stood at the 80's doorstep of strange musical wonder, having just come off a 70s classic rock high. Read more

Yukon Music

One of the most-asked questions in regards to greenhouse coverings is: "What material should I use to cover my greenhouse." The most important decision you will make is the choice of greenhouse coverings (or glazing as it is called in the trade)... Read more

Farm - Garden

In the world of syntax, grammatical relationships within sentences, there are extroverts and there are introverts. Read more

What's Up Yukon Columns

This past week, Robin Sokoloski, from Playwrights Guild of Canada, was up for a one-day whirlwind of a visit to post nine of these green signs and wrap up a project that has been ongoing since early February. Read more

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