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


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COVER STORY 


Killer Flu | The most common, the most deadly of invasions
WRITTEN BY WILLIAM DIETRICH
PHOTOGRAPHED BY BENJAMIN BENSCHNEIDER
ON THE COVER: Illustrating what historian Nancy Rockafellar called "in gauze we trust," employees of Seattle's Stewart and Holmes Wholesale Drug Co. posed on Third Avenue in the fall of 1918.

PLANT LIFE 
Best of Fall Show
Maples are setting fire to this month's gardens.
ON FITNESS 
Fit After 50
It's worth a try to keep from dying young.
TASTE 
The Fairest of Fish
In the land of salmon, white is hot.
NORTHWEST LIVING 
Thoroughly Modern
Green, clean and lean in South Park.
NOW & THEN 
A Brick Boom Box
The oldest brick building in Washington.
SUNDAY PUNCH
The Heights of Hubris
Only kids can dare to be really, really stupid.


PREVIOUS ISSUES
Oct. 17, 2004
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Art School
Free spirits practice their crafts and learn to live together

Oct. 10, 2004
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Fall Home
Design 2004
Simply beautiful
Oct. 3, 2004
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The Duwamish: Inside the heroic struggle to reclaim Seattle's only river



 
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