Issue: 2011-04-14

When Sue Waddington started a particular rug-hooking project in 1977, she had no idea what lay ahead for her and her husband, Jim. The tapestry was based on a pictorial image – a 1933 painting by A.Y. Jackson of a lake in Killarney Provincial Park... Read more

Yukon People

Tor Forsberg writes from Watson Lake. Her publishing credits include "Me Yukon", which won the 2009 LUSH short story competition sponsored by subTerrain magazine, a story anthologized in Polar Express and numerous profiles and features for the Yukon Read more


Spring is a time of confusion for skijorers. The words "yes, but" are used more and more often as the days progress. "Isn't the heat just wonderful?" gushes a spring enthusiast. "Yes, but," answers the skijorer, "it's too warm for the dogs." Read more

Yukon Active

If you're 21 years of age and like to kick back in the company of more than 200 beer enthusiasts while tasting a wide variety of exceptionally crafted homebrew, we may have plans for you on April 23. Read more


When you ask Eliza Gilkyson about her early musical influences, the first name she mentions is Joan Baez. So when Baez included two of Gilkyson's songs on her 2008 album, Day After Tomorrow, it was a special occasion. Read more

Yukon Music

Nakai Theatre's newest production, The River, promises to shine an unblinking light on Whitehorse by presenting voices that normally go unheard. Read more

Theatre - Dance

This is the busiest time of the year for northern sky watchers. I like to refer to it as the changing of the guard. Winter constellations are sliding lower into the horizon earlier each evening, soon to disappear for another year. The springtime... Read more