The Macy's Plan

The Macy's Plan

Council President Ben Stuckart doesn't just want to sit back and let the market decide what happens to the Macy's building

More Than Laughs

More Than Laughs

Can a new downtown comedy club push Spokane's budding stand-up scene to the next level?

'Evil Intent'

'Evil Intent'

Monique Cotton resigns from Spokane's parks division; plus, Washington state lawmakers take up the issue of police violence

Order Up!

Order Up!

Orlando's offers real-life lessons to culinary students, and a hidden culinary oasis for Spokane diners

Treasure Trove

Treasure Trove

A new exhibit explores our fascination with lost loot, while showcasing the MAC's own gems

Tipping the Scales

Tipping the Scales

Why the Gem State may be getting better and better

I Saw You

I Saw You

Week of February 4th

Spreading Out

Spreading Out

The Visual Arts Tour is no longer just about the center of downtown Spokane

Bathroom Bigotry

Bathroom Bigotry

Ignorance, fearmongering, unfounded paranoia and transphobia take hold at the Capitol

Shifting Precincts, Shifting Stories

Shifting Precincts, Shifting Stories

The downtown police precinct's move is still causing turmoil

Stars and Prison Stripes

Stars and Prison Stripes

Why the Washington State Department of Corrections is housing veterans together

Tipping the Scales

Tipping the Scales

Why the Gem State may be getting better and better

An Eye for Every Storm

An Eye for Every Storm

After losing out to Idaho Falls, Coeur d'Alene gets its crisis center; now the city has to prove it works

'Evil Intent'

'Evil Intent'

Monique Cotton resigns from Spokane's parks division; plus, Washington state lawmakers take up the issue of police violence

Vacation Blues

Vacation Blues

Why more time to relax away from work is needed to keep America competitive

Are The Parties Over?

Are The Parties Over?

Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders are rewriting the rules of politics

Bipartisan Agreement?

Bipartisan Agreement?

Labrador and Democrats agree: reduce mandatory minimum sentences; plus, ACLU's suit against Idaho is dismissed

A New Reel

A New Reel

SpIFF 2016: SpIFF and Terrain team up to showcase new film voices

More Than Laughs

More Than Laughs

Can a new downtown comedy club push Spokane's budding stand-up scene to the next level?

Believe in Magic

Believe in Magic

A career illusionist explains why we still need magic in our lives

Old is New

Old is New

A trio of local restauranteurs have renamed — and are revitalizing — the former S.S. Beryl restaurant in North Spokane

Order Up!

Order Up!

Orlando's offers real-life lessons to culinary students, and a hidden culinary oasis for Spokane diners

Chilled Out

Chilled Out

We investigate the newest treatment trend, cryotherapy

The Filmmaker

The Filmmaker

SpIFF 2016: Spokane's Jason McKee is a self-taught SpIFFy award winner

Causing a Stir

Causing a Stir

A new cocktail lounge mixes things up in Hayden

Treasure Trove

Treasure Trove

A new exhibit explores our fascination with lost loot, while showcasing the MAC's own gems

For Your Consideration

For Your Consideration

Slapstick laughs, mighty riffs and Twitter love for old-school baseball

Hey, Mr. DJ

Hey, Mr. DJ

Disc jockeys from local stations discuss the state of radio and where area musicians fit in

Third Time, No Harm

Third Time, No Harm

Kung Fu Panda 3 doesn't reinvent the franchise, but that's totally fine

Short and Sweet

Short and Sweet

A look at the animated short films nominated for an Oscar

Storm of Excitement

Storm of Excitement

The Finest Hours might make you seasick, but the thrills are worth it

Swamp Thing

Swamp Thing

Dr. Dog is about to release its most personal masterpiece, an album more than 15 years in the making

Invasion of the 
Mind Snatchers

Invasion of the Mind Snatchers

The 5th Wave features some seriously brain-dead storytelling

A Drinking Memoir

A Drinking Memoir

Distilled: Love and loss, over a lifetime

Believe in Magic

Believe in Magic

A career illusionist explains why we still need magic in our lives

Mineral Magic

Mineral Magic

Soak in the healing waters of Quinn's Hot Springs Resort

Clean Out the Cabinet

Clean Out the Cabinet

Pill Box: How to safely dispose of those old prescriptions

How was 2015 for you?

How was 2015 for you?

Life Coaching: A Year in Review

New Year's Health Hub

New Year's Health Hub

Fitness Fair: Test some fitness classes, no strings attached

In Search of Normal

In Search of Normal

Ken Hopkins reflects on the moment that changed everything

Surf, Splash, Ski

Surf, Splash, Ski

Silver Mountain Resort is a triple threat for winter rec

Fighting Trauma

Fighting Trauma

Aiding children who have experienced adverse childhood experiences just got a little easier

Up All Night

Up All Night

Ask Dr. Matt: How much sleep is too much for a newborn?

Preserving Progress

Preserving Progress

From The Editor: How to keep yourself, and community, healthy in the year ahead

Baby Steps in Healthy Economics

Baby Steps in Healthy Economics

Their Own Words: Whitworth President Beck Taylor

Edibly Evergreen

Edibly Evergreen

Nutrient-packed microgreens can be grown locally, even in the depths of winter

Thoughtful TV?

Thoughtful TV?

A recent study says that watching critically acclaimed TV makes us more emotionally intelligent, but not everyone is convinced

Poses and Pluses

Poses and Pluses

Niche yoga classes offer new dimensions to an ancient exercise

City Slickers

City Slickers

Tap your inner cowboy or cowgirl at Western Pleasure Guest Ranch

Cascade Serenity

Cascade Serenity

Sleeping Lady dates back to the 1930s

Derailed

Derailed

Edge up to Glacier National Park at Izaak Walton Inn

Heartfelt Care

Heartfelt Care

Healthy Design: Improving cardiac care through smart construction

A Clean Start

A Clean Start

CHARITY CORNER

That's the Ticket

That's the Ticket

We couldn't limit ourselves to 10. Or 12. So here are the 19 shows you'll want to see, hear and move to this year

Mini Makeovers

Mini Makeovers

From furniture to faces, here are five transformations you can pull off, and the people to help you do it

Work It

Work It

A guide to seeking a second career in the Inland Northwest

Hot 'Hoods

Hot 'Hoods

The housing market is hot again, especially in these eight in-demand neighborhoods

Locally Grown, Nationally Known

Locally Grown, Nationally Known

These local producers are hitting it big outside of the Pacific Northwest

Walk This Way

Walk This Way

Six hikes for the four seasons in the Inland Northwest

How 'Bout Them Apples?

How 'Bout Them Apples?

The booming cider scene

Puppy Love

Puppy Love

Jazz collective Snarky Puppy spent 10 years shaping a popular sound before reaching the big time

Steakhouses

Steakhouses

From classy to classic, the Inland Northwest has a steakhouse to suit your fancy

Seeds of Change

Seeds of Change

Here's a snapshot of what's changed (and what hasn't) since legalization hit Washington

Music and Dance

Music and Dance

Catch a performance, attend an event, or get involved with one of the area's many music and dance ensembles

Cideries & Meaderies

Cideries & Meaderies

There's more to brew than beer

Local Goods

Local Goods

Buying local isn't just about groceries; these companies will help you get into locally made gear for any outdoor adventure

Galleries

Galleries

Find art that moves you

Kitchen Shops

Kitchen Shops

Chop, sautè, get whisked away

Pizza

Pizza

One delicious slice is never enough

Ski Resorts

Ski Resorts

Check out all of the options before you hit the slopes

Local Goods

Local Goods

Eat, drink, be merry ... and do it all with these local substitutes for everyday staples

5 Apps Every Spokanite Needs

5 Apps Every Spokanite Needs

If you don't have these apps downloaded on your phone, you're wasting your data plan

Small Plates

Small Plates

Big flavor in sharing-friendly servings

Happy Hours

Happy Hours

Your guide to drinking on the cheap

Boutiques

Boutiques

Fetching finds for your signature style

Books

Books

Pick up a page turner

Martini Bars

Martini Bars

Drink like James Bond

Food Lover's Guide to Inlander Restaurant Week

Food Lover's Guide to Inlander Restaurant Week

The best advice on getting the most out of this annual, 10-day local dining showcase

Home Furnishings

Home Furnishings

Turning houses into homes

Gastropubs

Gastropubs

Take classic, comforting bar food and sprinkle in a touch of culinary ambition

Fine Dining

Fine Dining

Eating fancy and local is easy with all these special occasion spots

Volume Survival Guide

Volume Survival Guide

Fully experience the two-day Inlander music festival relatively unscathed

Casinos

Casinos

Safe bets for good entertainment

Year in Beer

Year in Beer

Celebrating the suds

Year in Film

Year in Film

From local shorts to international features, there’s a show for every crowd

Year in Music Festivals

Year in Music Festivals

There’s an event for you, no matter your musical tastes

Year in Food

Year in Food

Full feasts and snacking sprees to satisfy any craving

Year in Fashion Shows

Year in Fashion Shows

Spend a day on the runway

Year in Gear Swaps

Year in Gear Swaps

Nine events to get you geared up for every season

Condon's Right Hand

Condon's Right Hand

City Administrator Theresa Sanders tells it like it is — except when she tells it like it isn't

The Bad Wizard

The Bad Wizard

We're now seeing the real mayor behind the curtain

We Can Do Better

We Can Do Better

Spokane deserves the most ethical and highly trained police force; let's set the standard for other cities

Cop Culture

Cop Culture

Monique Cotton and others within the Spokane Police Department speak out for the first time, adding to the calls for a cultural audit of the department

Behind Closed Doors

Behind Closed Doors

Spokane Mayor Condon kept sexual harassment allegations quiet until after his election: Now everything is beginning to unravel

A Work in Progress

A Work in Progress

Four years ago, Spokane took a chance on David Condon; despite his lack of experience and some shaky moments, he has become our best strong mayor yet

The Terminators

The Terminators

Why some say the city of Spokane doesn't know how to fire people correctly

Undermining Our Mayors

Undermining Our Mayors

Publisher's Note

Fall Out Boys

Fall Out Boys

Mayor David Condon and Chief Frank Straub have parted ways. What that means for the SPD and next month's mayoral election

Chief Complaint

Chief Complaint

What does Frank Straub's resignation tell us about David Condon?

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