Tall, Dark and Tiresome

Tall, Dark and Tiresome

The Fifty Shades sequel delivers even more boring eroticism than the original

Crime and (Types of) Punishment

Crime and (Types of) Punishment

A homeless drug user will sit in jail for 270 days. His cases show how two courts in Spokane address homelessness and addiction differently

Tracking Trends

Tracking Trends

If you're in the mood for something oddly specific, let us help you with that

Facts, Not Fairy Tales

Facts, Not Fairy Tales

In Boise, state leaders are doing their best to prevent students from learning scientific facts

Fierce Footwear

Fierce Footwear

Kinky Boots arrives in Spokane with a new lead, award-winning music and a story of cross-dressing salvation

Frozen Out

Frozen Out

In the middle of a chaotic winter, the city of Spokane ousted its veteran street director, but won't give an explanation to the city council

Gem State Eats

Gem State Eats

Cross the border during Inlander Restaurant Week for a taste of Idaho

Behind the Beans

Behind the Beans

Specialty coffee roasters carefully consider the cafés they partner with to maintain their product's integrity from field to cup

Trust Busters

Trust Busters

Why strengthening antitrust policy is essential to our economic well-being

Crime and (Types of) Punishment

Crime and (Types of) Punishment

A homeless drug user will sit in jail for 270 days. His cases show how two courts in Spokane address homelessness and addiction differently

Green at Last?

Green at Last?

Cutting the red tape around the medical cannabis

Access Granted

Access Granted

How the Spokane Regional Health District is continuing its fight against opioid addiction

Mardi Bras

Mardi Bras

Do Something: How to get involved with your community this week

Facts, Not Fairy Tales

Facts, Not Fairy Tales

In Boise, state leaders are doing their best to prevent students from learning scientific facts

Frozen Out

Frozen Out

In the middle of a chaotic winter, the city of Spokane ousted its veteran street director, but won't give an explanation to the city council

In Their Best Interest

In Their Best Interest

Why many neglected kids don't have legal representation for critical decisions that could dictate their future

On the Street

On the Street

When did you have your first cup of coffee?

THE 2017 OSCARS

THE 2017 OSCARS

Your personal ballot for this year's Academy Awards

A Sort of Homecoming

A Sort of Homecoming

Julia Keefe's path to this year's Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival headlining stage started as a Spokane middle-schooler

Dogpile!

Dogpile!

New all-ages venue the Lucky Puppy joins its adjacent big brother Scotty's Doghouse as a Logan neighborhood hangout

Paving the Way

Paving the Way

Women weren't admitted at Gonzaga until 1948; a new on-campus exhibit shows how they shaped its culture for modern times

Behind the Beans

Behind the Beans

Specialty coffee roasters carefully consider the cafés they partner with to maintain their product's integrity from field to cup

Fierce Footwear

Fierce Footwear

Kinky Boots arrives in Spokane with a new lead, award-winning music and a story of cross-dressing salvation

I Saw You

I Saw You

Week of February 23rd

Deep Roots

Deep Roots

Hot Tuna brings its time-tested acoustic blues to Spokane

Tall, Dark and Tiresome

Tall, Dark and Tiresome

The Fifty Shades sequel delivers even more boring eroticism than the original

White Lies

White Lies

Directed by comedian Jordan Peele, the thriller Get Out is scarily satirical

Green at Last?

Green at Last?

Cutting the red tape around the medical cannabis

THE 2017 OSCARS

THE 2017 OSCARS

Your personal ballot for this year's Academy Awards

This Epic Season Is Only Half Over

Snowlander

This Epic Season Is Only Half Over

Reading 500 Poems

The Poetry Issue

Reading 500 Poems

Gifts For: ANTIQUING GRANDMAS

Gift Guide

Gifts For: ANTIQUING GRANDMAS

A Heart-to-Heart with Amy Doneen

A Heart-to-Heart with Amy Doneen

Meet the co-author of Beat the Heart Attack Gene

Warming the Heart

Warming the Heart

From the Editor: Share in the goodness

The End of an Era

The End of an Era

Milestone: The Spokane AIDS Network closes its doors

Cold Hard Facts

Cold Hard Facts

Pill Box: Antibiotics aren't always the answer

Gaming Strategy

Gaming Strategy

Help for kids who can't seem to shake video gaming

The MultiCare Difference

The MultiCare Difference

Nine years after Deaconess and Valley Hospitals were sold to the for-profit Community Health Systems, they're going nonprofit again

Getting to the Heart of Strep Throat

Getting to the Heart of Strep Throat

Ask Dr. Matt: Addressing the malady early can stop further complications

Do No Harm

Do No Harm

Questions of patients' rights are pitted against the safety of health care workers on a daily basis locally, and throughout the country

Fishing for Compliments

Fishing for Compliments

Superfood: Trout is much more than a great sport fish

Fitness in the Palm of Your Hand

Fitness in the Palm of Your Hand

100% Local: An all-purpose app from two Mt. Spokane grads

Tricky Ticks

Tricky Ticks

Forum: Lyme Disease is no stranger in the Inland Northwest

Rub-on Pain Relief

Rub-on Pain Relief

Topical CBD offers relief users swear by

Soup, Glorious Soup

Soup, Glorious Soup

Step aside, juicing: Soup is the new way to pack nutrients into your meals

Under Pressure

Under Pressure

Is your blood pressure silently sabotaging your health?

Keeping the Faith

Keeping the Faith

Mable Dunbar founded a local nonprofit that focuses on supporting Christian victims of domestic violence

Let It Go!

Let It Go!

Life Coach: Emotions affect our heart health

Green at Last?

Green at Last?

Cutting the red tape around the medical cannabis

Trade War

Trade War

Bartering cannabis for benefits is — you guessed it — illegal

Fake Out

Fake Out

Synthetic marijuana: still not fake news

The Kids are Alright... Right?

The Kids are Alright... Right?

The impact of marijuana legalization on Washington state's minors

Bringing It All Back Home

Bringing It All Back Home

Legal marijuana home grows: coming soon to Washington?

Oh, the Humanity

Oh, the Humanity

The murky take on marijuana and prenatal motherhood

Jokes and Tokes

Jokes and Tokes

Marijuana's close rapport with counterculture buffoonery continues

In Sickness and In Health

In Sickness and In Health

Seeing green in America's addiction to opioids

Nice and Naughty

Nice and Naughty

Gift ideas for the closeted stoner in your life

In the Beginning

In the Beginning

A brief history lesson on America's conflicted relationship with cannabis

Cannabis, Eh?

Cannabis, Eh?

Attention turns to the Great Green North's legalization plans

(No) Fear and Loathing

(No) Fear and Loathing

Local dispensaries balk at a Trumpian future hostile to cannabis

Now What?

Now What?

After the election, question marks surround the future of marijuana legalization in America

What's In a Name?

What's In a Name?

Some say that cannabis slang words are offensive. Really?

Killa in Manila

Killa in Manila

The Philippines cracks down on cannabis and those who use it

Under Wraps

Under Wraps

Why the FDA keeps a lid on cannabis

Think for Yourself

Think for Yourself

The Beatles get by with a little help from a friend

The 'Naturalist 
Approach'

The 'Naturalist Approach'

Kush Comfort Farms grows with light and love

Clean Green

Clean Green

State agencies collaborate to curb use of illegal pesticides in cannabis industry

Not So Far Out

Not So Far Out

Medical cannabis lays groundwork for medical psychedelics in treatment of PTSD

Coming Changes

Coming Changes

How to screen for drugs on the road and in federal workplaces

Looking for a Leader

Looking for a Leader

The cannabis inclinations of the presidential hopefuls

Record High

Record High

Who's buying what in Washington state's exploding cannabis market

Seeking Approval

Seeking Approval

A higher hurdle for aspiring drivers and a new research opportunity

What It Means

What It Means

A closer read of a new DEA policy

Dividing Lines

Dividing Lines

A dispensary squares off with a church

Take a Trip

Take a Trip

Local curators dig up soundtracks for an altered state of mind

Pot Progress

Pot Progress

Cannabis acceptance pushes further into the mainstream

Not for Kids

Not for Kids

New labels for edibles

What's Hot?

What's Hot?

Strains local budtenders say smokers can't get enough of

Consider This

Consider This

A life coaching site for cannabis users, a Seattle marijuana tour, and a weed-related documentary series

Test Anxiety

Test Anxiety

Attitudes about cannabis have shifted, but when it comes to the workplace, change has been slower

Drug Money

Drug Money

Money from the marijuana taxes is beginning to trickle down from the state to local cities

Seeds of 
Change?

Seeds of Change?

Unlike its neighbors to the west, Idaho has resisted loosening its cannabis laws. Could that be changing?

Too Much 
Green

Too Much Green

The lack of banking services has forced pot transactions to be handled with cash, and that can be a problem

Think of the Children

Think of the Children

Pot is legal. That doesn't mean more kids are smoking it; it also doesn't mean they should

Rule Refresher

Rule Refresher

Making sense of Washington's new medical marijuana law

Munchie Mania

Munchie Mania

Fast-food options can satisfy any craving for munchies

Unlikely Pair

Unlikely Pair

Microsoft teams up with cannabis financial technology company

Bike Clubs

Bike Clubs

There's no need to ride alone

Phò

Phò

Where to slurp in Spokane

Call on Me

Call on Me

Helpful numbers to have on hand

Adventures for Every Season

Adventures for Every Season

No matter the season, there are adventures to be had in our neck of the woods. Need proof? Here are adventures for each season

Ski Resorts

Ski Resorts

Destinations for all your winter adventures

Hiking Clubs

Hiking Clubs

Over the hill and back again

Running Clubs

Running Clubs

A dozen clubs to get you off the couch and onto the streets

At the Fore-front

At the Fore-front

Area golf courses are adding improvements and making the Inland Northwest a links paradise

A Promising Portfolio

A Promising Portfolio

Option schools on the rise give families a choice

Paddling

Paddling

Jump on the SUP craze, relax on a raft or battle the rapids

Spectator Sports

Spectator Sports

A local team for every season

Triathletes

Triathletes

Put yourself to the test

Why We Run

Why We Run

Spokane's distance running success is built on the joy of running together — and against each other

Ziplines

Ziplines

A new way to take to the trees

A Year in Fun Runs

A Year in Fun Runs

Nine runs that emphasize fun

Dog Parks

Dog Parks

Destinations for canine euphoria

Shake it Up

Shake it Up

What to expect at various live music venues around the Inland Northwest

Empire Builders

Empire Builders

Spokane's dining scene has given birth to a number of successful chains and families of restaurants

Bragging Rights

Bragging Rights

Fit. Cozy. Livable. Delicious. That's how outsiders are now defining Spokane in their ever-popular city rankings

Looking Forward

Looking Forward

New WSU President Kirk Schulz has high aspirations for the university's future

City Sips

City Sips

A flavor for all wine drinkers' tastes can be found in downtown Spokane

Book Stores

Book Stores

Your local literary liaisons

Scholastic Fantastic

Scholastic Fantastic

Five lessons from local universities this year

Bakeries

Bakeries

Local bakeries that raise the bar

Galleries

Galleries

From pop to fine art: Where to get your fix

Sports Bars

Sports Bars

Best bets for watching the big game

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