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December 2010
Yukon Home Routes
Yukon Home Routes
Teresa Doyle reports from Klondike country

by Teresa Doyle

Sitting here, pre-show in my old local, the infamous Snake Pit bar, Westminster Hotel, Dawson City, the patrons are abuzz with the latest discovery—a dozen coffins filled with people executed at the Gallows during the gold rush days. The remains are perfectly preserved in this cold dry climate and closely guarded, their teeth are full of gold. I

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August 2006
Hello from St. John’s
News from Sound Symposium in Newfoundland

by Teresa Doyle

Hello from Sound Symposium, in St. John’ Newfoundland. This is hands down the best festival I have ever attended. I have been to a ton of folk festivals but this is so much better. There is a great mix of genres…some folk, cutting edge classical, jazz…dancers, filmakers, art installations…and the town itself that is a “piece of work.” The cab drivers alo

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at Trailside Café

Aug 26, 27, 29 & 30…
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Union Duke

Sept 23
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at Parks Canada’s Places

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Octoberman

Aug 31
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A Month of Dance

Sarah Wendt presents dance and performance work August
Vitrine Gallery is là, a month of dance and ...

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The Rock Star of Vampires

Mima The Rock Star of Vampires by PEI author Mima has been published by iUniverse. The 328 page nov ...

The Village that Loves Oysters

Dustin Milligan
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Live Acoustic at The Carleton

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Order of PEI 2014

Recipients Wayne Hambly, Wade MacLauchlan and Heather Moyse The 2014 recipients of the Order of Pri ...

Born! A Foal, Five Kittens and Confederation

Deirdre Kessler
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