Announcing the winners of the 2014 Thrift-shop Showdown — a contest presented by The Seattle Times and Dana Landon's style blog, It's My Darlin.' Clockwise from left are grand-prize winner Elodie Piquet and daughter Aya, youth winner Anaïs Gurrola and editor's choice Michael Lynch.
Rebuilding has barely started in some of Japan’s hardest-hit communities, and one expert warns the Pacific Northwest isn’t learning from Japan’s experience.
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