THE SEATTLE TIMES MAGAZINE / APRIL 7, 2002

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BENJAMIN BENSCHNEIDER / THE SEATTLE TIMES
On the Cover: For half a century, Seattle has had a love-hate relationship with the Alaskan Way Viaduct, which whisks more than 100,000 cars a day along the downtown waterfront. Now earthquake fears have planners scrambling for a way to replace it.
Humor: The Sole of the Matter
  WRITTEN BY JEFFREY SHAFFER
ILLUSTRATED BY MICHELLE KUMATA
Now & Then: Eagles' aerie
  WRITTEN BY PAUL DORPAT
Cover Story: The Venerable, Vulnerable Viaduct
  WRITTEN BY ROSS ANDERSON
PHOTOGRAPHED BY BENJAMIN BENSCHNEIDER

It's ugly, it blocks the view, but it sure can move a lot of cars. So where do we go from here with the viaduct we love to hate?
Plant Life: Bunches of Bulbs
  WRITTEN BY VALERIE EASTON
PHOTOGRAPHED BY RICHARD HARTLAGE

Try for a little more serendipity and a little less symmetry when planting spring flowers.
On Fitness: Ask Molly
  WRITTEN BY MOLLY MARTIN

Alternate nuts, plus eating and losing and moving, perhaps to the beat of teen pop.
Taste: Foreign Yet Familiar
  WRITTEN BY GREG ATKINSON

Lumière chef Rob Feenie fuses the tastes of France and Asia for gourmets in Vancouver, B.C.
Northwest Living: Behind the Little House
  WRITTEN BY VALERIE EASTON
PHOTOGRAPHED BY MIKE SIEGEL

Jo Roberts is more than just your average gardener. She is also custodian of the shady ravine habitat next to her home.
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