THE SEATTLE TIMES MAGAZINE / MARCH 10, 2002

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'We went out at 7:30 in the morning,
village called My Lai. It was just
another mission. Started out like
all of them ... I remember flying
between two treelines. You could
smell the jungle, the fog rising up.
It was a beautiful morning.'
JOHN WENNERGREN
On the Cover: Lawrence Colburn's gun company had a code: Before you make a kill, they better be trying to kill you. He was disgusted by what he witnessed as his helicopter hovered above My Lai.
Now & Then: All Quiet On The Ave
  WRITTEN BY PAUL DORPAT
Cover Story: A Soldier's Story
  WRITTEN BY PAULA BOCK

A young gunner who confronted Vietnam's My Lai massacre ponders a question facing new generations of fighting men: How do you hang onto your moral compass when enemies and boundaries blur?
Plant Life: Don't Unleash The Beast
  WRITTEN BY VALERIE EASTON
PHOTOGRAPHED BY RICHARD HARTLAGE

It's true, Virginia. There is such a thing as a real weed and it may be lurking in your own backyard.
On Fitness: Ask Molly
  WRITTEN BY MOLLY MARTIN

Treadmills, painful walks and seamless socks.
Taste: One Potato, Two Potato
  WRITTEN BY GREG ATKINSON

A new book spreads the joy of cooking and eating the humble spud.
Northwest Living: Gifts From The Brits
  WRITTEN BY LAWRENCE KREISMAN
PHOTOGRAPHED BY BARRY WONG

The Industrial Revolution in Britain led in a straight line to William Morris and the finer woods and decorative work of the British Arts and Crafts style.
 
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