No Peaceful Easy Feeling

No Peaceful Easy Feeling

Why, according to this critic, millions of Eagles fans can be wrong

A Persistent Life

A Persistent Life

Scott Reed won more cases than he lost in life, and the beauty of the Coeur d'Alene area has been the beneficiary

Volume is Back!

Volume is Back!

Volume 2015 Inlander Music Festival: Everything you need to know, and suggested lineups for every musical taste

We Can Resurrect Lost Chinese Characters

We Can Resurrect Lost Chinese Characters

An EWU computer-imaging expert is using his expertise to uncover an ancient Chinese artist's work

Something Old, Something New

Something Old, Something New

ArtFest celebrates a 30-year marriage of the best of both worlds

We Can Help Parkinson's Patients Speak Up

We Can Help Parkinson's Patients Speak Up

WSU Spokane's Mark VanDam is building a device to fight the neurodegenerative disease

We Can Fix The Wi-Fi Traffic Jam

We Can Fix The Wi-Fi Traffic Jam

In a time when everyone has a smartphone, a Gonzaga professor can clear up wireless traffic

Teacher Of Generations

Teacher Of Generations

Publisher's Note

We Can Learn about Cancer from Fish and Worms

We Can Learn about Cancer from Fish and Worms

When they lose an important gene, their cells go crazy. What that might tell us about cancer

Robo-Reporter

Robo-Reporter

Can robots take over local sports coverage?

Desperate Measures

Desperate Measures

How was a suicidal inmate able to kill himself inside the Spokane County Jail?

We Can Build a Better Artificial Limb

We Can Build a Better Artificial Limb

Modern replacements for lost limbs are far from optimal. A U of Idaho researcher seeks to change that

We Can Resurrect Lost Chinese Characters

We Can Resurrect Lost Chinese Characters

An EWU computer-imaging expert is using his expertise to uncover an ancient Chinese artist's work

Summer Reading

Summer Reading

Memoirs, hemp history and a smoker's activity book

We Can Help Parkinson's Patients Speak Up

We Can Help Parkinson's Patients Speak Up

WSU Spokane's Mark VanDam is building a device to fight the neurodegenerative disease

Caught on Tape

Caught on Tape

The Spokane Police Department adds more body cameras; plus, the Coeur d'Alene School Board adds more moderates

Caffeinated Chemistry

Caffeinated Chemistry

Nitro coffee is the newest trend to hit the coffee industry, and Spokane has a few early adopters

Jet Fretter

Jet Fretter

The Modern's airplane-themed comedy isn't timely, but it's certainly well-timed

Medieval Revival

Medieval Revival

The Epona Equestrian Team hopes to see the centuries-old sport of jousting make a modern comeback

A Missing Link

A Missing Link

LINC Foods helps connect the region's biggest food buyers with the smallest producers

Oddity | South Hill's Haven

Oddity | South Hill's Haven

An ever-evolving art spot

For Your Consideration

For Your Consideration

Public shaming, True Detective and turning the tables on Terry Gross

Marine For Life

Marine For Life

On the eve of another Memorial Day, one local Pearl Harbor survivor retells a story that will never be forgotten

Something Old, Something New

Something Old, Something New

ArtFest celebrates a 30-year marriage of the best of both worlds

Caught in a Mosh

Caught in a Mosh

Distilled: A shot of life

Bands to Watch 2015: PHLEGM FATALE

Bands to Watch 2015: PHLEGM FATALE

The band's fuzzed-out, taco-fueled music has the local punk scene hungering for more

The Big One

The Big One

San Andreas pits The Rock against an earthquake, and you know who's gonna win

Open Wide

Open Wide

Texas rockers Spoon swing by for two shows in the Inland Northwest

Manifest Destiny

Manifest Destiny

Michael Fassbender gives us the spirit of golden-age Eastwood in Slow West

Happily Ever After?

Happily Ever After?

Tomorrowland's fantastical vision of the future may leave you wanting more — or less

Rise and Fall

Rise and Fall

With Volume kicking off, we check in with the people making the Spokane music scene flourish

Band to Watch 2015: LOOMER

Band to Watch 2015: LOOMER

How two children of the nineties embraced the decade

Call of the Wild

Call of the Wild

The acts you can't miss at Sasquatch!

Bands to Watch 2015: Water Monster

Bands to Watch 2015: Water Monster

Collaboration is lifting this one-time solo electronic project to new heights

Bands to Watch 2015: FLANNEL MATH ANIMAL

Bands to Watch 2015: FLANNEL MATH ANIMAL

Simple Montana beginnings lead to a complex combo in Spokane

Volume is Back!

Volume is Back!

Volume 2015 Inlander Music Festival: Everything you need to know, and suggested lineups for every musical taste

Silver Screen Summer

Summer Movies

Silver Screen Summer

Summer Camps 2015: Endless Possibilities

Summer Camps

Summer Camps 2015: Endless Possibilities

Pacifying the Future

Green Issue

Pacifying the Future

We Asked, You Answered

Best Of

We Asked, You Answered

Runners In Bloom

Runners In Bloom

JUST FOR KIDS

Walk the Line

Walk the Line

Slacklining offers a fun way to improve balance and strength

Widespread Empire

Widespread Empire

Basically, Empire Health Foundation is trying to make everything better

Setting the Hook

Setting the Hook

From catching to cooking, local fish can be a healthy choice

Open Wide

Open Wide

Why a healthy mouth may help keep the rest of you in good shape

Rejuvenate with River Rafting

Rejuvenate with River Rafting

Whether on your own or with family, ROW's backcountry rafting offers thrills and reflection

Destination: Health

Destination: Health

Six regional getaways to boost your well-being

Art and Emotion

Art and Emotion

Charity Corner

Reframing Rehab

Reframing Rehab

Shawn Kingsbury builds active living into recovery

A Copper Touch

A Copper Touch

In the fight against hospital infections, the latest innovation isn't high-tech — it's copper

Equine Escape

Equine Escape

Unleash your inner cowgirl at Red Horse Mountain Ranch

Tongue-Tied

Tongue-Tied

Does evidence support a procedure that may help some babies nurse more effectively?

Inner Spring Cleaning

Inner Spring Cleaning

Life Coaching

Derailed

Derailed

After years of train hopping, Chuck Lawrence wants to go home. It won't be that simple

Vision Quest

Vision Quest

Philosophy meets style in Spokane artist Ben Joyce's work, and the world has taken notice

Pay to Play

Pay to Play

The power struggle between three music-licensing agencies, local venues and musicians trying to get paid

The Price of Progress

The Price of Progress

Why the Spokane Tribe says it's still owed for Grand Coulee Dam

Fear and the Faithful

Fear and the Faithful

Into the heart of the NCAA tournament over three days in Seattle

Death, Lies* and Videotape

Death, Lies* and Videotape

A Spokane case highlights an American dilemma: Who polices the police?

Why Idaho kids don't go to college

Why Idaho kids don't go to college

And what that means for the Gem State

Between Love and the Law

Between Love and the Law

He was a criminal. She was a crime fighter. Their relationship would cost them both dearly

Art Before Everything

Art Before Everything

Ric Gendron will make art 'til he's dead

Peak of Ink

Peak of Ink

Will the tattoo boom ever slow down?

Monsters & Demons

Monsters & Demons

The dark, yet oddly lovely world of local author Sharma Shields

Swipe right for love

Swipe right for love

Technology has totally revolutionized romance. Or maybe it hasn't.

The Selfie Generation

The Selfie Generation

Ambitious and independent, we millennials are defined by no one but ourselves. Now please love us

We're in this together

We're in this together

Mental Health Resource Guide

The Lives on the Bus

The Lives on the Bus

Can the STA redesign the Plaza in a way that makes everyone happy?

Prisoners of War

Prisoners of War

The war on drugs isn't over. Still in the feds' crosshairs: medical marijuana growers across eastern Washington

Summer Reading

Summer Reading

Memoirs, hemp history and a smoker's activity book

Weed on Wheels

Weed on Wheels

The Spot Medical LLC dabbles with delivery and deals with drunks

Unparalleled Lines

Unparalleled Lines

Researchers debunk "gateway drug" marijuana theory

Cookie Craze

Cookie Craze

Girl Scout cookie scandals, plus cannabis recipes with the iconic sweets

Buzzkill

Buzzkill

Elected officials in Idaho won't mellow the state's pot laws. Can an initiative change that?

Four Twenty!

Four Twenty!

Your guide to the best damn holiday of the year

United Weed Stand

United Weed Stand

A national labor union is working to keep medical marijuana dispensaries open so it can unionize their workers

Consider This

Consider This

An alt-female weed comedy, a glassblowing workshop and a grower's podcast

Federalize It

Federalize It

The U.S. Senate and House introduce companion medical marijuana acts

3 Thumbs, 1 Focus

3 Thumbs, 1 Focus

Cheney's lone medicinal dispensary caters to a different clientele

King's Court

King's Court

New recreational dispensary Royal's Cannabis opens

Big-Brand 
Marijuana

Big-Brand Marijuana

Celebrity-endorsed cannabis hits the market

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