Issue: 2009-09-10

The masterminds at the Yukon Arts Centre are preparing for another season of entertainment. And judging from the 2009/2010 lineup, there will be a lot of dancing going on. Read more

Yukon Arts & Entertainment

A simple thank-you gift spawned a new direction for visual artist Blair Thorson. Nearly five years ago, he and his wife Linda took a trip to Skagway with some friends. When he insisted on contributing to offset travel expenses, the friends protested Read more

Yukon Arts

It was a Sunday slated for chores when my guy gives me a call from his shop and says, "Get geared up, we're going for a mountain bike ride." I had felt the heat of the sun on my shoulders when I stepped outside, a few minutes earlier, and that sure Read more

Yukon Summer

Root crops are usually biennials, which means they store up energy in their roots the first year, then flower and produce seed the second year (radishes are an exception, as most do this all in one season). So, by the end of summer, root crops tend Read more

Farm - Garden

Then there will be the 24 Hour Playwriting Contest on Nov. 7 and 8 to create new scripts and polish others that had been stashed in a budding playwright's drawer. "I think Nakai is a resource for people," says Skelton, "and I invite all theatre...." Read more

Theatre - Dance

Napanee is 200 kilometres east of Toronto and weeks before Terry Fox would become "the" Terry Fox: the Terry Fox who ran with Maple Leaf Darryl Sittler, the one with the compelling story. Read more

Making A Difference!

Sockeye is in season and if you haven't yet discovered the ease and piquant flavour of cooking fish on a cedar plank, now is the time. Read more

What difference can 20 minutes make? Patricia Bacon, executive director of Blood Ties Four Directions (which hosts the Scotiabank AIDS Walk for Life) says, "It's our single biggest fundraiser ... Read more

Health and Wellness