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Tear Through the World in Wild Disguise

Ivan Doig was a Northwest legend. Before he died this past spring, the Seattle novelist had one last message to share.

07/30/2015 By David Laskin

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Alzheimer's: Laughter and Forgetting

By the time she turned 50, Sharon Monaghan had developed a habit of repeating herself. Then came lapses in memory and judgment. At first, she blamed her cancer treatment. One day, she got frighteningly lost on the way to the doctor.

07/20/2012 By Ann Hedreen

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A View to a Kill

Body cams would turn cops into cinematographers. But everyone’s a critic.

05/20/2011 By James Ross Gardner