THE SEATTLE TIMES MAGAZINE / FEBRUARY 25, 2001

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Cover Story: Simply Terrific

WRITTEN BY ELIZABETH RHODES
PHOTOGRAPHED BY BENJAMIN BENSCHNEIDER


Seattle architect David Foster worked well outside the box while designing his own family's home from a basic square shape. See the ingenuity that led AIA judges to name it Home of the Year, along with nine runners up in the annual Seattle Times / AIA contest.

Plant Life: Under the Avenues

 
WRITTEN BY VALERIE EASTON

From the perspective of a street, trees can mean nothing but trouble.

On Fitness: Strange Injuries

 
WRITTEN BY MOLLY MARTIN

If life sometimes seems to you like an accident waiting to happen, you are not alone.

Taste: Cordially Yours

 
WRITTEN BY GREG ATKINSON
PHOTOGRAPHED BY BARRY WONG

You can't make liquor at home, but you can legally and artistically make a liqueur your own by creatively adding fruit, flavors and colors.

Sunday Punch: Time's Up

 
WRITTEN BY STEVE JOHNSTON
ILLUSTRATED BY PAUL SCHMID

Out of the baths of babes evolve the showers of teens.

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