Issue: 2010-01-21

Whitehorse is celebrating "Django Week" to honour the eccentric Gypsy jazz legend and musical genius, Jean 'Django' Reinhardt, who would have celebrated his 100th birthday Jan. 23. Read more

Yukon Arts

There's a coyote on the airstrip at Braeburn today, trotting north on the cleared runway with his nose in the air and his tail like a windsock. Read more


Feeling a bit like the barker in this scenario, David Skelton is proud of this third-year line-up. "The third, fourth and fifth year of a new festival are always the times when you ask — will it float, swim or fly?" Nakai's artistic director says." Read more

Theatre - Dance

This year while perusing my favourite catalogue, I discovered that one of my main pea varieties was not available due to crop contamination. Now this sounds ominous, but chances are their seed plots were accidentally cross pollinated with another Read more

Farm - Garden

Welcome to nightlife in the Yukon night skies. For starters, let's get acquainted with the night sky as we see it: directly overhead we find the familiar constellation of Auriga and Perseus. Auriga is the home to a triple shot of open star... Read more


The Yukon Sourdough Rendezvous began in 1945. The prime feature of the festival was the colourful dog races made up of working dogs owned by trappers, the village priest or the RCMP. Read more

Yukon History

Mark Preston's show at Arts Underground is titled with his name, then subtitled with a list of materials. To Wood Stone Metal Cloth Sculpture Jewelry Painting could be added "paper, drawing and a kind of printmaking". Read more

Yukon Arts