Issue: 2012-09-27

When Yvon Soglo was growing up in Aylmer, Quebec, his preferred method of physical expression was channeled through sports. Then in high school he saw a film called Breaking, and a new world opened itself to him. Read more

Theatre - Dance

With a range spanning from powerful baritone to delicate and intricate, he drives his music with a confidence and ability that makes you pay attention. Following a European tour, Andersen will be playing in the Yukon in early October. Read more

Yukon Music

Back in 1971, Canadian sportswriter nonpareil Jim Coleman published a book whose title alone deserves a place in history. He called it A Hoofprint on My Heart. I can't say I ever read it—I believe it had something to do with horse racing ... Read more

Mike Rud has packed a lot of musical mileage into his 44 years. The Edmonton-born jazz guitarist has three CDS to his name, not to mention an impressive list of performing and teaching stints ... Read more

Yukon Music

Doris Roberts hates to fly, but when it came time to go to Tanacross, Alaska, to retrieve the songs and stories that Chief Isaac had taken there for safe-keeping many decades earlier, she knew she had to do it. Read more

Dawson City

This being said, I am a person who is pretty into nutrition—I am relatively educated about it and take the relationship between food and well-being (both physical and emotional) very seriously. Read more

Yukon Food & Drink

The sport has been called "jet-propelled chess", "the healthiest sport to play" and "the world's most dangerous sport". With a range of monikers like that, it's no wonder that at the age of 18 Khoon Chua decided to give squash a try. Read more

Yukon Active

The discovery of long-buried human remains in Dawson City two years ago shone a public spotlight on a little-known chapter in Yukon history. The four bodies unearthed at the site of a former Northwest Mounted Police palisade turned out to be ... Read more

Theatre - Dance