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The small country has an outsized presence in our region. A recent arts festival in Reykjavik, honoring sister-city Seattle, drew the two regions and economies closer together.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
Our well-traveled writer finally visits the haunting grounds of the World Trade Center, and previews the memorials now rising there.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
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