THE SEATTLE TIMES MAGAZINE / MAY 13, 2001

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Cover Story: The Hunt For The Great Gray

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WRITTEN BY HAL BERNTON
PHOTOGRAPHED BY ALAN BERNER


The Russian village of Novoe Chaplino is 6,000 miles from Mexico's Baja Peninsula, where the gray-whale migration begins, and 6,000 miles from Moscow. But it's only 50 miles across the Bering Strait from Alaska natives who share tribal legacies and modern-day survival tools.
Plant Life: Flouting Drought
 
WRITTEN BY VALERIE EASTON
ILLUSTRATED BY PAUL SCHMID

Teach your plants to drink less and they will thrive — whatever the rainfall.

On Fitness: Mind Our Manners
 
WRITTEN BY MOLLY MARTIN
ILLUSTRATED BY BOO DAVIS

Complaints are still coming in about rude and crude behavior at the fitness club.

Taste: Simmered 'Til Tender
 
WRITTEN BY GREG ATKINSON
ILLUSTRATED BY SUSAN JOUFLAS

It took a lot of creativity to throw together those nightly meals like Mom made.

Now & Then: Moore's Capitol Curves
WRITTEN BY PAUL DORPAT
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