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  • May 6-12, 2010
  • Vol. 29, No. 13


  • The Flood

    This is not the city we lived in five days ago.

    We woke last Saturday morning — May 1, 2010, the ominously designated May Day — to a sky the color of a livid bruise and rain that steadily increased from strong to torrential. It didn't let up. By late afternoon, a children's birthday party at the Hillwood Strike & Spare near Bellevue let out to a sky split by lightning and rivulets swelling into whitewater.

  • Drying Out

    Their modest home is already in the shadow of mammoth interstate exchanges and the victim of traffic noise. And then the water came. How Gerald and Elouise Williams are faring.




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