Issue: 2011-01-20

Next Thursday at the Yukon Arts Centre, as part of the Nakai Theatre Pivot Festival, she [Nina Arsenault] will talk about the night she achieved a childhood dream – the night she became Mattel's plastic icon of hyper-femininity, Barbie. Read more

Theatre - Dance

In case your windows are too iced up to tell, it's winter outside. For brewers, nothing really says winter like a barleywine: it's strong, intensely flavoured, and pairs beautifully with a wood fire, an old pair of slippers and a good book... Read more


Whatever happened to that English guy in Australia who sold his life on eBay? He moved to the Yukon and wrote a book about it. Read more


"I think we should take a break." When slapped together, those can be the most dreaded words in the English language. And so, it was with an appropriately heavy heart that I had to say this phrase to my morning coffee. Some might say I looked a... Read more


Don Ogilvie's love affair with Gypsy jazz dates back 40 years. Like most budding musicians in 1970, Ogilvie was mostly into rock music at the time, but he also played with a New Orleans-style band. Read more

[Sarah] Rodgers is here to direct David Mamet's 1988 play, Speed the Plow for Eric Epstein's new-old company, the Whitehorse Theatre Ensemble. She and Epstein met in 2000 ... Read more

Theatre - Dance

What is it like to hear your own story told in your own words by a total stranger? Several Whitehorse residents will find out next week when Nakai Theatre's Pivot Festival presents Tanya Marquardt's work-in-progress called Fragments. Read more

Theatre - Dance

Trevor Twardocleb's eyes light up when he recounts his own first experience at the Arctic Winter Games. It was 1980 in Fairbanks, Alaska. Twardeochleb, then a young hockey player from Faro, had managed to crack the lineup for Team Yukon. Read more

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