Dylan MacNeil

Jeszika Mae brings Drag Story Time to the Yukon Transportation Museum, wrapped in a dress of bubble wrap representing fragile masculinity, in a show of protest against those who have called the children’s show “grooming.” (Dylan MacNeil/Yukon News)

Drag performer Jeszika Mae responds to bigotry through art

“I apparently can’t walk out of my door without people having opinions of my existence,” says Mae

Jeszika Mae brings Drag Story Time to the Yukon Transportation Museum, wrapped in a dress of bubble wrap representing fragile masculinity, in a show of protest against those who have called the children’s show “grooming.” (Dylan MacNeil/Yukon News)
Red Grossinger poses with his new book at the Whitehorse Legion, a regular haunt for the retired army officer. (Dylan MacNeil/Yukon News)

Yukon sasquatch investigator publishes findings

There are reports of strange sounds, large footprints, and vanishing creatures

Red Grossinger poses with his new book at the Whitehorse Legion, a regular haunt for the retired army officer. (Dylan MacNeil/Yukon News)
First People’s Coffee is a partnership with Firebean Coffee Roasters. (Dylan MacNeil/Yukon News)

Yukon coffee company shares Indigenous art and culture

Visitors to the Yukon can now explore local Indigenous culture as they…

First People’s Coffee is a partnership with Firebean Coffee Roasters. (Dylan MacNeil/Yukon News)
First People’s Coffee is a partnership with Firebean Coffee Roasters. (Dylan MacNeil/Yukon News)

Yukon coffee company educates on Indigenous culture

First People’s Coffee provides a platform for First Nations artists

First People’s Coffee is a partnership with Firebean Coffee Roasters. (Dylan MacNeil/Yukon News)
The Whitehorse Anonymous Facebook page is home to confessions and questions from across the city. (Dylan MacNeil/Yukon News)

Over a decade of Whitehorse Anonymous

The Facebook page allows users to post their thoughts and feelings with no name attached

The Whitehorse Anonymous Facebook page is home to confessions and questions from across the city. (Dylan MacNeil/Yukon News)
Madeline deRepentigny, centre, leads the singing of the Happy Song during the Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in’s Moosehide Gathering closing ceremony in 2014. (Alistair Maitland/Yukon News file)

Moosehide Gathering returns to Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in

The 2022 Moosehide Gathering will take place from July 28 to 31

Madeline deRepentigny, centre, leads the singing of the Happy Song during the Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in’s Moosehide Gathering closing ceremony in 2014. (Alistair Maitland/Yukon News file)
People gather to play a loud and exciting game of Dene hand games outside the Kwanlin Dün Cultural Centre during the Adäka Cultural Festival in Whitehorse on July 1, 2019. (Crystal Schick/Yukon News file)

Adäka Festival returns for 10th anniversary on June 29

2021 would have marked a decade of Adäka, but the pandemic put the party on pause

People gather to play a loud and exciting game of Dene hand games outside the Kwanlin Dün Cultural Centre during the Adäka Cultural Festival in Whitehorse on July 1, 2019. (Crystal Schick/Yukon News file)
Bob Sung is seen in Whitehorse May 19 during the opening of a display celebrating Yukon’s enthno-history. Sung’s father, Bruce, who owned the Yukon’s first supermarket, is featured in the display. (Tom Patrick/Star Flower Photography)

Influential Asian Yukoners commemorated with new display

Bruce Sung among many remembered for their contributions to the territory

Bob Sung is seen in Whitehorse May 19 during the opening of a display celebrating Yukon’s enthno-history. Sung’s father, Bruce, who owned the Yukon’s first supermarket, is featured in the display. (Tom Patrick/Star Flower Photography)
Alexander Calantes recently launched his streetwear-inspired rug business. (Submitted)

Whitehorse artist starts streetwear-inspired rug business

Alexander Calantes first saw rug tufting about a year ago when he…

Alexander Calantes recently launched his streetwear-inspired rug business. (Submitted)
Curator Kailen Gingell says “Unceded Territories” was the first time he experienced virtual reality. (Dylan MacNeil/Yukon News)

Immersive, virtual art presented at Kwanlin Dün Cultural Centre

Spring officially starts on March 20 and some Yukoners might tell you…

Curator Kailen Gingell says “Unceded Territories” was the first time he experienced virtual reality. (Dylan MacNeil/Yukon News)