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THE SEATTLE TIMES MAGAZINE / APRIL 14, 2002

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On the Cover: A robot on Francis Reynolds' workbench can pick up things, shake its head yes or no, walk, talk and turn its eyes from green to red when it's mad. It is one of many creations, quirky and practical, from the Northwest's remarkable universe of inventors.
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Now & Then: Cascade's Clarinetist
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  WRITTEN BY PAUL DORPAT
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Cover Story: Seeking Eureka!
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  WRITTEN BY ERIC SORENSEN
PHOTOGRAPHED BY BENJAMIN BENSCHNEIDER

Inspiration arrives in the nexus of art and engineering, leading to invention.
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Plant Life: Put Down Those Loppers
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  WRITTEN BY VALERIE EASTON

Pledge allegiance to happy and healthy plants. When it comes to pruning, less is more.
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On Fitness: A Good Walk Enriched
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  WRITTEN BY MOLLY MARTIN

Getting ready to roll is as important as walking the walk.
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Taste: The Prince Of Pastas
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  WRITTEN BY MATTHEW AMSTER-BURTON
PHOTOGRAPHED BY BARRY WONG

Penne rigate, with all those ridges, is the perfect medium for sauce.
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Northwest Living: Places of Potential
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  WRITTEN BY LORI TOBIAS

Garages today are more than just a car park. They are the refuge of the putterer and the storage-challenged.
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