The Ties That Bind

The Ties That Bind

Why public transit needs your support at the ballot box

Furious Debate

Furious Debate

Two critics go head-to-head over their differing perspectives on the Fast & Furious series

Members Only

Members Only

Pot is legal — but not in public. What that means for lounges and marijuana tourism

The Price of Progress

The Price of Progress

The Grand Coulee Dam has created billions in economic activity, but it also devastated local river tribes. What's standing in the way of reparations for the Spokane Tribe?

Rehumanize Yourself

Rehumanize Yourself

Publisher's Note

Breaking the Silence

Breaking the Silence

The Carmel of the Holy Trinity nuns live in silence and isolation — but a proposed development could make that difficult

Watch List

Watch List

ISIS singles out an Idaho town; plus, Spokane's campaign for paid sick leave

LEARNING TO LOVE A NEW HOMETOWN

LEARNING TO LOVE A NEW HOMETOWN

Distilled: A shot of life

Federalize It

Federalize It

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

Gimme Shelter

Gimme Shelter

The Cold War is long gone, but we can't get over our obsession with the end of the world

The Price of Progress

The Price of Progress

The Grand Coulee Dam has created billions in economic activity, but it also devastated local river tribes. What's standing in the way of reparations for the Spokane Tribe?

Odds And Ends

Odds And Ends

Idaho lawmakers are pulled in lots of directions; plus, SPD weighs a "culture audit"

Defending the System

Defending the System

The American criminal justice system guarantees a defense for all; dedicated professionals make it happen

Members Only

Members Only

Pot is legal — but not in public. What that means for lounges and marijuana tourism

Watch List

Watch List

ISIS singles out an Idaho town; plus, Spokane's campaign for paid sick leave

Breaking the Silence

Breaking the Silence

The Carmel of the Holy Trinity nuns live in silence and isolation — but a proposed development could make that difficult

Perpetual Payments

Perpetual Payments

Legal fines and fees are getting a serious look in the state Supreme Court and the legislature

3 Thumbs, 1 Focus

3 Thumbs, 1 Focus

Cheney's lone medicinal dispensary caters to a different clientele

Federalize It

Federalize It

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

Rehumanize Yourself

Rehumanize Yourself

Publisher's Note

For Your Consideration

For Your Consideration

A winning sports app, killer Twitter add-on and epic reads

Fear and the Faithful

Fear and the Faithful

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

Refresh and Refocus

Refresh and Refocus

A forced relocation was an opportunity for Madeleine's to hone its style, food and service

Beer Notes

Beer Notes

Brewing news hits the airwaves, bottles from Iron Goat and more

LEARNING TO LOVE A NEW HOMETOWN

LEARNING TO LOVE A NEW HOMETOWN

Distilled: A shot of life

Happily Divided

Happily Divided

Co-headlining comics bring sparring perspectives to the same stage

THEATER CLUE: THE MUSICAL

THEATER CLUE: THE MUSICAL

How cute is too cute?

Ascending Artist: Brian Houghton

Ascending Artist: Brian Houghton

How one still-evolving artist learned not to be constrained by conventions

The Remake

The Remake

The Globe returns with new owners and new everything else

Ascending Artist: Frank Knapp

Ascending Artist: Frank Knapp

A midlife crisis and tragic loss fueled a new passion for photography

Still Doin' Just Fine

Still Doin' Just Fine

Boyz II Men's harmony-filled hits keep the trio on tour

Lock it Up

Lock it Up

Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart's buddy comedy Get Hard is too soft

Fire From the Depths

Fire From the Depths

It took Soblivios two years to finish an album; now they're ready to ravage the world with it

Frenetic History

Frenetic History

The Troubles of Northern Ireland come to life in the white-knuckle '71

Magic in Six Strings

Magic in Six Strings

The story of Sir Richard Bishop, an old guitar and Tangier Sessions

Between the Bread

Between the Bread

Deli Man gives us a colorful look at the Jewish delicatessen, but some fat could have been trimmed

Clear Skies Ahead

Clear Skies Ahead

Joe Pug slayed some demons making his new album and his music is better for it

Furious Debate

Furious Debate

Two critics go head-to-head over their differing perspectives on the Fast & Furious series

Gimme Shelter

Gimme Shelter

The Cold War is long gone, but we can't get over our obsession with the end of the world

We Asked, You Answered

Best Of

We Asked, You Answered

Welcome To Restaurant Week

Restaurant Week

Welcome To Restaurant Week

Don't give up on this season just yet

Snowlander

Don't give up on this season just yet

The Confidence Ceiling

The Confidence Ceiling

Why do so many women have such a hard time believing in themselves?

Beating the 'Baby Blues'

Beating the 'Baby Blues'

New parents grab a backpack and hit the trail

Cold Case

Cold Case

OTC medications may make you feel better, but be careful

Going Back to Basics

Going Back to Basics

Cheney Public Schools helps battle obesity through education and home cooking

Under My Skin

Under My Skin

Ask Dr. Matt

Bleeding Hearts

Bleeding Hearts

Charity Corner

First and Foremost

First and Foremost

Life Coaching

Working Well

Working Well

Employee wellness programs are on the rise, and Spokane is no exception. But can employers actually improve the health of their workers?

Oils of Life

Oils of Life

Essential oils bring wellness through plants' therapeutic powers

Keeping Them Close

Keeping Them Close

Kootenai Health's new partnership with Mayo Clinic enables some patients to get specialized care, right at home

Feeding a Hungry Crew

Feeding a Hungry Crew

They don't just put out fires; local firefighters have to keep pumping out meals, too

Ken Roberts

Ken Roberts

In Their Own Words

Prescription for Nurse Practitioners

Prescription for Nurse Practitioners

With more ARNPs, patients may be left wondering who should provide their care

Round Two

Round Two

Last year, lukewarm legislators scuttled the possibility of a mental health crisis center for North Idaho. Will this round be any different?

Letters from Mark

Letters from Mark

A mother tries to understand the suicide of a son — just as he was regaining his freedom

Hearts and Minds

Hearts and Minds

Why the Inlander spent the past year examining the mental health system

Court of Understanding

Court of Understanding

Spokane's felony Mental Health Court provides a framework for renewed lives

In Contempt

In Contempt

A Spokane judge rules that the mental health system has willfully failed to follow evaluation deadlines

Duty to Protect

Duty to Protect

A Spokane case examines how psychiatrists handle potentially dangerous clients

We're in this together

We're in this together

Mental Health Resource Guide

From Pain To Progress

From Pain To Progress

Publisher's Note

'The Cloud I Call My Brain'

'The Cloud I Call My Brain'

In Their Own Words

'It For Sure Saved Me'

'It For Sure Saved Me'

A Navy trainee makes his own luck after a brush with despair

'It Just Felt Right'

'It Just Felt Right'

In Their Own Words

'I Thought I Had Everything Under Control'

'I Thought I Had Everything Under Control'

Bipolar, Tim McFarland spent years hospitalized. Now he's sharing a message of hope

Fear and the Faithful

Fear and the Faithful

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

Bringing it Home

Bringing it Home

The Gonzaga women make a Cinderella run that brings them to Spokane for the Sweet 16

Four Short Years

Four Short Years

Kevin Pangos started his career at Gonzaga shooting the lights out. He hopes to end it by leading a team to greatness

Wins, Losses and Life

Wins, Losses and Life

The parallels between the careers of father-and-son hoop stars Terry and Parker Kelly are eerie — and enlightening

EWU's Dancing, Too!

EWU's Dancing, Too!

The region's hot-shooting little brother hopes to turn some heads

Sweating It

Sweating It

Gonzaga's women had to wait to hear they were in the NCAAs, but they ended up with a decent draw

Spokane South

Spokane South

Zag Nation sets up in Las Vegas for this weekend's WCC tournament

Kennel Club Cribs

Kennel Club Cribs

What it's like to spend a night in the cold just to get a good seat for the Zags game

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