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Unico shows off Smith Tower redo

By BRIAN MILLER

Unico is unveiling the Smith Tower's refreshed lobby and observatory today.


Casino mogul optimistic about $4B Macau resort

By KELVIN CHAN

From a pair of giant golden dragons encircling a vast man-made lagoon to phoenix and cloud motifs inside, Steve Wynn's Macau resort brims with auspicious Chinese symbolism.


Seaside OKs plan for convention center

The Seaside City Council has approved a plan to expand the civic and convention center, the site of the annual Miss Oregon pageant.


Temporary FEMA housing likely again in Louisiana

By MELINDA DESLATTE and MICHAEL KUNZELMAN

It wasn't immediately clear when the first mobile homes would be set up or how many people would need them.


Rotunda takes shape at Madison Centre

By JOURNAL STAFF

You can now see the structure of what Schnitzer West calls an “iconic element” at the corner of Fifth Avenue and Madison Street in downtown Seattle.


Scarola to lead city on homelessness

Seattle Mayor Ed Murray has hired someone to manage what he calls the growing scope of work around the issue of homelessness in the city.


What's new in spas? Hot rocks and cool chairs

By BETH J. HARPAZ

Sound vibrations, warm seashells and a “digital detox” that involves surrendering your cellphone were among the healing and de-stressing techniques on display at this year's International Spa Association expo, held Wednesday in New York.


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