Whitehorse Daily Star

October 31, 2014

MAKING TRACTION

Photo by Vince Fedoroff

MAKING TRACTION – The Midnight Sons – Alex Johnson, Patrick Docherty and Ian MacIntyre, left-right – have completed the recording of ‘Traction’, their first CD. It features 11 original songs, and they plan to release it in the new year. The Sons have been performing at local venues for some time now, and are playing at Lizards about every two weeks.

A FRANTIC ESCAPE

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A FRANTIC ESCAPE – Members of the MAD (Music, Art and Drama) class are again presenting their Haunted House-themed ‘Train of Terror’ at 411 Wood St. Shows are set for 6:30 and 8:00 this evening and Thursday evening. Here, Grace-Anne Janssen flees the ghouls.

HONOURING THEIR SACRIFICES

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HONOURING THEIR SACRIFICES – Premier Darrell Pasloski (left) laid a wreath Monday morning at the cenotaph at city hall. The Legion poppy flag was raised, and Commissioner Doug Phillips received the first poppy from Darcy Grossinger (right), president of the Whitehorse branch of the Royal Canadian Legion.

OPENING TOMORROW

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OPENING TOMORROW – Varietease, a cabaret with burlesque, comedy and dance numbers, will open Tuesday at the Guild Hall. See coverage this website.

THE CREAM OF THE CROP

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THE CREAM OF THE CROP – Porter Creek Secondary School’s top five students from each grade in 2013 were honoured Thursday evening with a dinner and awards presentation at the school. Here, they pose with their principal, Souhail Soujah, left, and vice-principal, Peter Giangrande, right. The students are, left-right, Joyce Doury, Darcy LaRochelle, Jaedyn Smith, Joshua Larouch and Colin Milne.

A BREATHTAKING PHENOMENON

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A BREATHTAKING PHENOMENON – The Northern Lights are seen over Fox Lake recently. Photo by MIKE KOHLER