When Michael Markowsky set out to draw the faces of everyone in Dawson during his stay as artist-in-residence at Maccaulay House through the Klondike Institute of Art and Culture’s program, he hadn’t completely thought it through.
The novel begins with a parable about how the part of your nature which you cater to will determine who you are as you grow. It is extremely relevant to everything that follows.
As reported in the May 6 Star, the Yukon Party has taken positive action against the introduction of the fatal chronic wasting disease (CWD) entering the Yukon.
Selina Heyligers-Hare performs Tuesday at the French for the Future Forum at the Yukon Arts Centre.
The snow is barely gone from the yard and the first of the rhubarb shoots are already making their appearance.
I was chatting with Dan Sokolowski, the Dawson International Short Film Festival producer, at the end of a busy weekend in late March.
The creativity found in the cuisine of southern France never ceases to amaze me.
Seven Yukon artists are sharing $23,000 through the territorial Touring Artist Fund to tour their work to Outside audiences and develop their professional skills.
Three Yukon students will compete against 500 other young people in the Canada-wide Science Fair this week at the University of Lethbridge, Alta.
The Northern Lights School of Dance’s production The Box of Wonder