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December 24, 1992 | ANN JAPENGA
The demise of Southwest influence and the rise of Northwest style is a development that cries out for a handy guide on what's in and what's out: OUT (Southwest) Adobe Blue corn-flavored anything Scorpions Tony Hillerman mysteries Santa Fe Opera Taos Harmonic Convergence Georgia O'Keeffe Peyote Beaded moccasins Coyote Coyote Cafe Sweat lodge Art galleries IN (Northwest) Weather-treated pine Espresso-flavored anything Slugs Earl Emerson mysteries Crocodile Cafe Olympia Bumbershoot (Seattle's
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December 24, 1992 | ANN JAPENGA
The demise of Southwest influence and the rise of Northwest style is a development that cries out for a handy guide on what's in and what's out: OUT (Southwest) Adobe Blue corn-flavored anything Scorpions Tony Hillerman mysteries Santa Fe Opera Taos Harmonic Convergence Georgia O'Keeffe Peyote Beaded moccasins Coyote Coyote Cafe Sweat lodge Art galleries IN (Northwest) Weather-treated pine Espresso-flavored anything Slugs Earl Emerson mysteries Crocodile Cafe Olympia Bumbershoot (Seattle's
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December 24, 1992 | ANN JAPENGA, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
History is a series of momentous shifts: Republican leadership gives way to Democratic. The two-parent family bows to the era of the single mother. And, most recently, moose creamers have edged out coyote salt-and-pepper shakers on the nation's dinner tables. The Southwest style that once captured the palates and decorator instincts of Americans has passed its zenith. These days, the style and look reign supreme from a once-neglected corner of the continent. It's Northwest style.
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December 24, 1992 | ANN JAPENGA, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
History is a series of momentous shifts: Republican leadership gives way to Democratic. The two-parent family bows to the era of the single mother. And, most recently, moose creamers have edged out coyote salt-and-pepper shakers on the nation's dinner tables. The Southwest style that once captured the palates and decorator instincts of Americans has passed its zenith. These days, the style and look reign supreme from a once-neglected corner of the continent. It's Northwest style.
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