Issue: 2011-01-27

The subtle aromas of cedar, basswood and paint scent the air in the Arts Underground gallery as you view the representations of frog, raven, eagle, wolf and other figures in the Northern Cultural Expressions Sundog Carving Program exhibition. Read more

Yukon Arts



Having kept the garden maps from previous years helps me avoid planting a certain type of vegetable in the same spot too often - remembering that diseases affect families. Cabbage, broccoli and turnips, for instance, should not be planted in the same Read more

Farm - Garden

What would you say if someone handed you a video camera and asked you to produce, cast, direct, shoot and edit a film in two days? Can't be done? Think again. The Klondike Institute of Art and Culture's (KIAC) 48 Hour Film Competition.... Read more

Photography - Film

In the week that followed the holidays, when I returned to earth with a thump to reflect on the fun and parties and food and drink I had consumed over the holiday season, there was a moment when I thought I'd spend all of January eating those... Read more


The strength of most plays by Pulitzer Prize-winner David Mamet lies in his characters, the moral murk in which they often exist and, above all, the laser-like precision of his dialogue. Read more

Theatre - Dance