THE SEATTLE TIMES MAGAZINE / MARCH 3, 2002

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BENJAMIN BENSCHNEIDER / THE SEATTLE TIMES
On the Cover: Santino Lual started life as a Dinka tribe cattle herder, fled war, wandered across the desert thinking he was one of the last boys alive on Earth and wound up as a Smith Tower elevator operator, ferrying lawyers and dot-comers.
Now & Then: L'Amourita Lives
  WRITTEN BY PAUL DORPAT
Cover Story: Walking Toward Sunrise
  WRITTEN BY PAULA BOCK
PHOTOGRAPHED BY BENJAMIN BENSCHNEIDER

A Lost Boy has become a man in the years since his desperate trek across the Sudan led to a new life in Seattle, where he spends his days operating an elevator in a landmark skyscraper.
Plant Life: Flourish With Fritillarias
  WRITTEN BY VALERIE EASTON
PHOTOGRAPHED BY RICHARD HARTLAGE

Treasure these flower bells that ring in spring.
On Fitness: Videos On Review
  WRITTEN BY MOLLY MARTIN

Check out the latest on Pilates, belly dancing and qigong.
Taste: Touching The Heart's Delight
  WRITTEN BY CATHERINE M. ALLCHIN
PHOTOGRAPHED BY BARRY WONG

Tea and dumplings, Chinese style, put the charm in lunch.
Northwest Living: All This Glory — And No Spray
  WRITTEN BY VALERIE EASTON
PHOTOGRAPHED BY JACQUELINE KOCH

Anyone who has visited Crescent Moon Rose Garden knows the meaning of the word sensual.
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