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CONTENTS
COVER STORY
PLANT LIFE
TASTE
ON FITNESS
NORTHWEST LIVING
NOW & THEN
PREVIOUS ISSUES OF PACIFIC NW


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COVER STORY


Requiem for City Hall: The building that nobody loved

WRITTEN BY JIM BRUNNER
PHOTOGRAPHED BY BENJAMIN BENSCHNEIDER

ON THE COVER: The dreary, 41-year-old Seattle Municipal Building is wrapped in scaffolding as workers methodically dismantle it immediately next door to the city's long-awaited new City Hall, which opened in June.

PLANT LIFE
Winter Clothing
Conifers add texture, shape and shine to our wet winter gardens.



ON FITNESS
Pooling Resources
An underwater treadmill helps focus effort on building form and strength.


NOW & THEN
The Waterfront Wait
TASTE
A Storm Of Flavor
Thai flavors can make vegetables stand out on the plate.


NORTHWEST LIVING
A Welcome Change
A renovation in Wallingford fulfilled a grown-up dream.



PREVIOUS ISSUES
Jan. 11, 2004
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Gardening & Regret: Lessons unearthed from a life in the dirt
Jan. 4, 2004
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Public Defender No. 1: Bob Boruchowitz champions the fair fight
Dec. 28, 2003
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Pictures of the year: The Seattle Times photographers look back at 2003

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