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Tulips on the Bus .........2 The Editor’s Page.........3 Dining Fine ................4 Recipe ......................4 Yukon Music Fan ..........4 Discovery Days ............5 Attention Span ............6 Beer Buzz ..................7 Watson Lake Fair .........7 Caribouisms ...............8 Heavy Music Concert ....8 Wild Gamer ................9 Fireweed Festival ........9 What’s Happening ...... 11

African Guitar Summit ..2 Playback Theatre .........2 The Editor’s Page.........3 Dining Fine ................4 Recipe ......................4 24 Hours of Writing ......5 Attention Span ............6 Life on the Farm ..........6 Beer Buzz ..................7 Yukon Rainbow ...........7 Restaurant Listings .......7 Dept. of Youth ............8 Tyler Kyte ..................8 Wild Gamer ................9 Classical Territory ........9 Bar Listings ................9 What’s Happening ...... 10 Caribouisms ............. 11 Avant Gardener ......... 11 Mountain Views ......... 12

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Arts and Culture Peruvian Artists ............. 13 Jane Coop .................... 13 Red Cross Benefit ........... 13 Stage in Motion .............. 14 Gala Francophonie .......... 14 Arts Listings .................. 15 From the Arts ................ 16 Audio Borealis................ 16

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What’s Happening Stage in Motion ...........2 Editor’s Page ..............3 Village Shows..............4 Dining Fine ................6 Beer Buzz ..................8 Sense Tomorrow ..........9 What’s Happening ...... 10 Yukon Rainbow ......... 12 Life on the Farm ........ 12 Wild Gamer .............. 13 Can Can .................. 14 Night Lights.............. 16 DISCourse ................ 17 Creative Living .......... 20 Caribouisms ............. 21 Avant Gardener ......... 23 Dept of Youth ........... 24

What’s Inside What’s Happening Stage in Motion ...... 2 Editor’s Page ......... 3 Dining Fine ........... 4 Avant Gardener ..... 5 Dept of Youth ........ 6 What’s Happening... 7 First Nation Page .... 8 Hungry Hill ........... 9 Beer Buzz ........... 11 Yukon Rainbow ..... 12 Sense Tomorrow ... 13

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days from 8 to 9:30 p.m. There will also be sea kayaking clinics and

Fit ‘n’ Healthy ...... 21 Yoga Off the Mat ... 21 Critter Talk .......... 22 AIDS Walk ............ 22 Sport Listings ....... 26 Play Makers ......... 27 Life On the Farm ... 27

kayak rolling clinics. And, beginning Oct. 14, Drop-in Youth Paddling begins the first Sunday of each month. Contact Vernon Beebe for more information at 633-2297 or oliver.beebe@northwestel.net.

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Arts and Culture I Love a Concert ............. 25 Spectacle ..................... 25 Our Cultures.................. 26 Yukoner in India ............. 26 Arts Listings .................. 27 From the Arts ................ 28

Hà Kus Teyea ............... 2 Editor's Page ............... 3 Didee & Didoo ............. 3 Yukon Cooks................ 4 Rodney's Letter ............ 5 Murd Nicholson ............ 5 Whitehorse Happenings .. 6 Education Works........... 7 Community Happenings .. 8 Wellness Listings........... 8 Yukon Icon .................. 9

Arts and Culture Arts and Culture Art's Imperative .......... 11 Night Moves ............... 12 Arts Listings ............... 13

he three Inland Tlingit First Nations – Taku River Tlingit T First Nation, Carcross/Tagish First Nation and Teslin Tlingit Council – are sharing the Tlingit culture with the

Coastal Tlingits in Teslin this week. The three Inland Tlingit chiefs, (from the left, respectively) Chief John D. Ward, Chief Mark Wedge and Chief Peter Johnston, invite all Yukoners and visitors to this seven-day, free Hà Kus Teyea Celebration that runs until July 28. See Page 2 for more details.

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As Whitehorse welcomes the Canada Games athletes and their supporters and fans, let us remember it was Peter Milner’s enthusiasm and strength of character that made it all possible. Sadly, he did not live to see this day, but Yukon athletes will honour his memory as his initials appear on each uniform. George Maratos pays tribute to Mr. Milner on Page 29.

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What’s Inside What’s Happening Art's Imperative ........... 2 Sienna Dahlen .............. 2 Editor's Page ............... 3 Didee & Didoo ............. 3 Yukon Cooks................ 4 Rodney's Letter ............ 5 Makes Sense Tomorrow .. 5 Whitehorse Happenings .. 6 Cher Yukon ................. 7 Community Happenings .. 8 Yukon Icon .................. 9

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Arts and Culture World of Words ........... 10 Poem for Joyce Hayden . 10 The Adjudicators ......... 10 Culture Corner ............ 11 Mighty Carlins Review ... 12 Arts Listings ............... 13

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Active Interests Night Lights................ 14 Sport Listings ............. 16 Frost to Frost .............. 17 Wellness Listings.......... 17 Snow and Tell ............. 18 Avant Gardener ........... 19

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Tony’s Pizza Town & Mountain Hotel Trails North UPS Store WalMart Westmark Hotel Whitehorse Food Bank Whitehorse General Hospital Whitehorse Medical Clinic Whitehorse Subaru Wines by Design Your Independent Grocer YTG Cafeteria Yukon Arts Centre Yukon College Yukon Honda Yukon Inn Yukon Liquor Store Yukon Meat & Sausage Yukon Nissan Yukon Public Library Yukon Tourism Visitor Information Centre

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All Yukon Communities Carcross Chilkoot Trail Authentic Sourdough Bakery * Caribou Crossing Coffee Cabin Fever Adventures * Montana Services * Yukon Suspension Bridge*

Spirit Lake Restaurant + Cabins Carmacks Coal Mine Campground * Tatchun General Store Hotel Carmacks Dawson City Bonanza Market Dawson City General Store Dawson City Recreation Centre Dawson City Visitor Information Centre* Downtown Hotel Eldorado hotel Klondike Kate’s Triple J Hotel Westmark Hotel Westminster Hotel Destruction Bay Talbot Arms Motel & Fas Gas Eagle Plains Eagle Plains Hotel & Service Station Faro Faro Studio Hotel Haines Junction Little Green Apple The Raven Hotel * Village Bakery and Deli * Mayo Bigway Grocery Pelly Crossing Selkirk Groceries Ross River Dena General Store Stewart Crossing The gas station there

Teslin Johnson’s Crossing Lodge Nisutlin Trading Post Yukon Motel Lakeshore Resort Watson Lake Kathy’s Kitchen Recreation Centre Super A Watson Lake Visitor Centre *

Yukon Gateways & Neighbours: Atlin, B.C. Atlin Food Basket Canada Post Tourism Visitor Information Centres* Dawson Creek, BC Fort St John, BC Fort Nelson, BC Grand Prairie, Alberta Skagway, Alaska Bites on Broadway Glacial Smoothies & Espresso Skagway Airport Skagway Visitor Center * You Say Tomato Store Haines, Alaska Alaska Rod’s Captain’s Choice Motel Haines Airport Haines Visitor Centre * Olerud’s Market Centre Second Nature Store Alaska Seaplanes Juneau & Sitka Inuvik, NWT North Mart Condor Airlines Flights * May to September *Seasonal distribution

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Ask us before you book to reach Alaska: weekly in summer, occasional in winter.

Festival & Event Programs = Add 500 -1,500 copies Canada Post Full Mail drops 2 times per year = 12,000 copies Yukon School Distribution 2 times per year = Add 2,500 copies Yukon Conferences = We’re often in delegates’ welcome packages What’s Up Yukon base distribution is 5,500 copies weekly. Distribution reaches 7,000 or more depending on season, festivals & special requests.

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September 14, 2007 Issue #77

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What’s Happening Stage in Motion ...........2 Editor’s Page ..............3 Village Shows..............4 Dining Fine ................6 Beer Buzz ..................8 Sense Tomorrow ..........9 What’s Happening ...... 10 Yukon Rainbow ......... 12 Life on the Farm ........ 12 Wild Gamer .............. 13 Can Can .................. 14 Night Lights.............. 16 DISCourse ................ 17 Creative Living .......... 20 Caribouisms ............. 21 Avant Gardener ......... 23 Dept of Youth ........... 24

What’s Inside What’s Happening Stage in Motion ...... 2 Editor’s Page ......... 3 Dining Fine ........... 4 Avant Gardener ..... 5 Dept of Youth ........ 6 What’s Happening... 7 First Nation Page .... 8 Hungry Hill ........... 9 Beer Buzz ........... 11 Yukon Rainbow ..... 12 Sense Tomorrow ... 13

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kayak rolling clinics. And, beginning Oct. 14, Drop-in Youth Paddling begins the first Sunday of each month. Contact Vernon Beebe for more information at 633-2297 or oliver.beebe@northwestel.net.

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Arts and Culture I Love a Concert ............. 25 Spectacle ..................... 25 Our Cultures.................. 26 Yukoner in India ............. 26 Arts Listings .................. 27 From the Arts ................ 28

Sports and Rec Play Makers .............. 29 Fit n Healthy ............ 30 Yoga Off The Mat ....... 30 Twister League ......... 31 Get in the Games....... 32 Silver Sled ............... 32 Braeburn’s Quest ....... 34

As Whitehorse welcomes the Canada Games athletes and their supporters and fans, let us remember it was Peter Milner’s enthusiasm and strength of character that made it all possible. Sadly, he did not live to see this day, but Yukon athletes will honour his memory as his initials appear on each uniform. George Maratos pays tribute to Mr. Milner on Page 29.

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October 12, 2007 Issue #79

All Northern. All Fun.

Singer, Actor, Producer, Shark

What’s Inside What’s Happening So Many Doors .... 2 Editor’s Page ...... 3 Didee & Didoo .... 3 DISCourse .......... 4 Sense Tomorrow.. 5 Yukon Rainbow ... 6 Beer Buzz.......... 7 Happenings ........ 8 Life on the Farm 10 Play Review ...... 11

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Arts and Culture From the Arts .... 13 Stage in Motion .. 13 Sloan Family ...... 14 Flamenco ......... 14 Artefunction ..... 15 The Know ......... 16 Arts Listings ...... 17

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soloist of many genres, Fiona Solon is also a member of HammerHead. Its rst CD will be released on Halloween. Meanwhile, you can see her play a witch in The Guild’s Dark of the Moon until Oct. 20. See Lauren Tuck’s story on Page 16.

Play Makers....... 18 Yukon Wild ....... 18 Fit ‘n’ Healthy ... 19 Sport Listings ....20 Dept of Youth .... 21 Critter Talk .......22 Fished That.......23

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