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Wandering Spokane on foot will take you to some of the city's most loved public art
Kennewick Man's story — and controversy — isn't over
Vietnam's shadow looms large as America seems poised to get drawn back into Iraq
The classical arts are hanging tough in the Inland Northwest, even with smaller pocketbooks
Legendary bassist Mike Watt is still excited by everything music has to offer
Gillian Welch's almost-silent partner leads a true "supergroup" in the Dave Rawlings Machine
INK Art Space has made a place for youth to express themselves in all art forms
A class-action lawsuit challenges the state on its failure to provide mental health treatment for those in jail
Up against a new and unfriendly majority in City Hall, can the Spokane Home Builders Association mend fences?
Marking your ballot once or twice a year is great, but our communities need more out of you than that
City puts ambulance service out for rebid; Spokane Police replace SWAT team; and a study on Washington state police murders
Before trying edibles, read this
Order one-of-a-kind cakes or eat cake from a jar at Lake's Cakes
Why the Spokane Symphony's 69th season could be one of its biggest yet
Two directors are overseeing Fiddler on the Roof, the Civic's season opener
Patit Creek Cellars can get you the cheese you've been looking for
Did Kevin Smith seriously make his best film yet by venturing into campy horror?
One scene-stealing performance gives This Is Where I Leave You a real jolt
Al O'Connor had a wife he wanted to divorce, and a kind-hearted girlfriend he planned to marry. But then he suddenly dropped dead.
Inside the Tortilla
Seed to Sale
High-tech tests and state-of-the-art imaging can't replace a physician's hands
Diagnosed with diabetes, Suzie Willcox designed a way to make shopping easier for those on special diets
From the Editor
A new effort is underway to cut sodium consumption in Spokane, and it may be especially important for seniors
Area residents travel to rural Kenya as part of an effort to improve education, health care and nutrition
Legal marijuana is here, and there are a few things you should know
Their Own Words
Like CPR or the Heimlich maneuver, Mental Health First Aid can prepare you for a crisis
The benefits of meatless eating
Steve and Marie Cole, both farmers and physical therapists, get the most out of their land through organic practices
There are ways for parents to restrict access to cable TV and the Internet, at least at home, but what about books at school?
Three opportunities to comment on Mayor Condon's proposed budget; plus, recognition for the Inlander's "State of Mind" series
What a new court ruling means for Washington's mentally ill who have nowhere to go
The final frontier of the civil rights movement: mental illness
Could more lenient civil commitment standards have prevented Sheena Henderson's death?
For the first time, lawmakers were invited to tour Eastern State Hospital and meet with insanity-defense patients
North Idaho officials are disappointed after losing their bid for a crisis center
A plaintiff in a lawsuit pitting the state against insanity-defense patients isn't mentally ill. So why is he at Eastern State?
As an adult son spins out of control, a family fights to find mental health support amid legal obstacles
Increasing mental health calls are pulling North Idaho officers off streets for hours, even days
We all have a stake in addressing mental illness
A list of privileges white students can count on that their black counterparts cannot
And identity fuels cities. So, what's fueling us?
Militarized police in Ferguson illuminate the need for accountability at home
A lesson from the best place in Idaho
Power plays in downtown Spokane are not sustainable solutions for the poor
Spokane doesn't need fewer "vagrants" and "loiterers" downtown; we need more of everyone
Why some children matter more than others
Protecting clean water by reducing regulation
How retail cannabis could encourage a more civil society in Spokane
What Bazaar taught me about street kids
How far will humans go to avoid uncomfortable truth?
Why the Idaho Republican Party is crumbling
A new summer camp offers life coaching and cultural connections for girls in Spokane
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