First Day of School

First Day of School

Spokane International Academy marks the city's first real experiment with charter schools

Living in a Song

Living in a Song

Noam Baumbach and Greta Gerwig gives us a familiar yet engaging story in Mistress America

A Hike Becomes a Death March

A Hike Becomes a Death March

A Walk in the Woods lacks a cinematic smart-ass

Getting Schooled

Getting Schooled

Spokane teachers contemplate strike; plus, Mayor Condon unveils his budget

Pig Out Homecoming

Pig Out Homecoming

Two locals return to the annual free Labor Day weekend festival

On Notice

On Notice

A proposed ordinance would give neighbors a heads-up about developments, but the Spokane Home Builders Association says it'll drive away builders

Nature Calls

Nature Calls

Distilled: The Inland Northwest's rite of passage, in the waning days of summer

UPDATE: DAFT BADGER BREWING

UPDATE: DAFT BADGER BREWING

Come for the beer, stay for the tasty grub

Age of Zaycon

Age of Zaycon

Spokane Valley's Zaycon Fresh found a way to make millions selling meat — and now it's trying to make a lot more

The Watchmen

The Watchmen

Meet the three men vying to be Spokane's next police ombudsman

See a Need, Fill It

See a Need, Fill It

Publisher's Note

Getting Schooled

Getting Schooled

Spokane teachers contemplate strike; plus, Mayor Condon unveils his budget

The Clouds Finally Part

The Clouds Finally Part

A newly protected, 275,000-plus-acre Boulder-White Clouds Wilderness is a monument to working together for Idaho

Brick by Brick

Brick by Brick

Development continues in downtown Spokane; here are some construction projects that could change the city's urban core

We Live in Fire

We Live in Fire

Perspectives and unanswered questions as the Northwest burns

On Notice

On Notice

A proposed ordinance would give neighbors a heads-up about developments, but the Spokane Home Builders Association says it'll drive away builders

The Watchmen

The Watchmen

Meet the three men vying to be Spokane's next police ombudsman

Enough is Enough

Enough is Enough

Too many students are being sexually assaulted on our college campuses

Diversified Bud

Diversified Bud

Marijuana growers like Green Surfer Marijuana Farm prepare for an uncertain winter

Connecting the Dots

Connecting the Dots

How the Washington state budget touches us all in Eastern Washington

I Saw You

I Saw You

Week of September 3rd

COMEDY | World's Hottest Comedian

COMEDY | World's Hottest Comedian

Kevin Hart comes to Spokane on his latest tour

Far Ranging

Far Ranging

The Chase Gallery's juried exhibition casts a wide net across the region's artistic fields

UPDATE: DAFT BADGER BREWING

UPDATE: DAFT BADGER BREWING

Come for the beer, stay for the tasty grub

Nature Calls

Nature Calls

Distilled: The Inland Northwest's rite of passage, in the waning days of summer

Fired Up, Ready to Go

Fired Up, Ready to Go

Eastern Washington takes aim at a fourth straight Big Sky title

A New Home

A New Home

Gonzaga's first on-campus pub revives the Bulldog

A Hike Becomes a Death March

A Hike Becomes a Death March

A Walk in the Woods lacks a cinematic smart-ass

To the Point

To the Point

Melvins' Buzz Osborne doesn't care what you think, and he never did

Third-World Problems

Third-World Problems

Owen Wilson and Lake Bell take a stab at drama in No Escape

Still Here

Still Here

Former Television guitarist Richard Lloyd won't let himself forget

Pig Out Homecoming

Pig Out Homecoming

Two locals return to the annual free Labor Day weekend festival

Slaying The Shark

Slaying The Shark

Meru is one outdoors doc that knows a great story trumps great stunts

Living in a Song

Living in a Song

Noam Baumbach and Greta Gerwig gives us a familiar yet engaging story in Mistress America

Ordinary to Extraordinary

Ordinary to Extraordinary

Wimps celebrate the everyday on new punk-filled EP

Nature Calls

Nature Calls

Distilled: The Inland Northwest's rite of passage, in the waning days of summer

Answering the Call

Answering the Call

An unlikely romance leads to an inspired Spokane-Rwanda connection

The Young and the Selfless

Give Guide

The Young and the Selfless

Summer Guide 2015: Kids

Summer Guide

Summer Guide 2015: Kids

Silver Screen Summer

Summer Movies

Silver Screen Summer

Summer Camps 2015: Endless Possibilities

Summer Camps

Summer Camps 2015: Endless Possibilities

Power of Play

Power of Play

The importance of just being a kid goes far beyond having fun

Precious Time

Precious Time

The Young Child Expo Spokane focuses on ways to foster healthy childhoods

Unplug and Play

Unplug and Play

Editor's Note

Full Circle

Full Circle

The farm-to-table ethic keeps fresh ingredients on local menus and brings growers together

Learning to Learn

Learning to Learn

Tackling the many variations of ADHD challenges therapists, parents, teachers and kids

Born to Walk

Born to Walk

Put one foot in front of the other until you find what you've been missing

Back to Bras

Back to Bras

A good bra can improve myriad health issues — and make you happy

The New Fix

The New Fix

Are e-cigarettes harming kids more than they're helping adults?

Breaking a Fall

Breaking a Fall

Preventing falls is a mind-body exercise

Fertile Strategies

Fertile Strategies

New options for couples having trouble conceiving

Breweries of the Inland Northwest

Breweries of the Inland Northwest

Local beers from Spokane to Coeur d'Alene and beyond

A Beer Hub

A Beer Hub

Why Spokane's breweries are setting up shop downtown

Idaho Style

Idaho Style

A decade in, Laughing Dog Brewing's sights are aimed high

Suds School

Suds School

Universities are taking craft beer seriously

A Co-op for Hops

A Co-op for Hops

Incubator Brewhouse plans to house five breweries in one space

Tap-o-Rama

Tap-o-Rama

A few of the beer-centric bars that help bolster the brewery scene

More to Come

More to Come

Keep an eye out for these breweries on the rise

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Spokane Symphony Labor Day in the Parks

Spokane Symphony Labor Day in the Parks @ Pavillion Park

Sat., Sept. 5, 6 p.m.

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