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Stories for Jan. 19, 2011
There are now two Boeings, New Boeing and Legacy Boeing. The 787 carries the burden of proving that the death of the old company was worth the price of crafting the new one.READ MORE 18 COMMENTS
John McClelland, the late publisher, had a sizable book collection, for which he served as a good steward.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
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UPDATED: It all comes down to engineering, specifically the fact that the Polson Building has a basement and deep pilings, while the 619 Western artists' building does not.READ MORE 13 COMMENTS
A deadly Northwest serial killer whale won't be in it, but the show will go on again a year after trainer's death.READ MORE COMMENT NOW