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Carey Jackson is a former intern for The Inlander
  • Arts Happenings in September
  • Arts Happenings in September

    Gods of war and Eva Peron meet anti-messianic punks to get Bavarian with Buddy Holly.
      Visual Art Sept. 3 Dani Pavlic — "Zero Sum" When we first saw Dani Pavlic at Terrain 2009, she was working in vice clamps, shot glasses and goldfish. Easily the most conceptual
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  • Arts Happenings in October
  • Arts Happenings in October

    Sharks and Jets knife-fight over contemporary ceramics and Bugs Bunny.
      Visual Arts Kinetic A lot of our hope hinges on the RiVerSpeAK Collective. Maybe it’s because the group’s first handmade zine — one that revolved around the theme of nests &mdas
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  • Arts Happenings in November
  • Arts Happenings in November

    The wolves of North Idaho meet tiny Texan techno nerds and a woman who found 19 types of gazelle.
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  • Refreshing View
  • Refreshing View

    Resurrecting a landmark in Cocolalla. Plus, Lalo's Pizza on the South Hill.
      REFRESHING VIEW It’s all a matter of perspective. Some people might look at a closed restaurant and see only a failed history. But Bob and Susan Short, publishers of The Real Estate Book, saw
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  • Seeding Hate
  • Seeding Hate

    Taking a look inside the Mormon church's support for Proposition 8.
      The negative effects of homophobia in the Mormon church are portrayed most powerfully in two examples. One, a gay couple is deeply hurt by the hate heaped upon them by their Mormon family members.
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  • Audobon Society
  • Audobon Society

    Pizzas topped with eggs at the Flying Goat. Plus, new breakfast options in Sandpoint.
      It’s a series of photographs on the walls of pub — all of which could have been lifted from my childhood memories.
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  • Summer in Spokane
  • Summer in Spokane

    Rock 'n' roll, rock climbing, ice cream and bears - all in the heart of the city.
      Back Together Again Music He's Back! Music Powwow Fest R.I.P. Food Top Chef Kids All Scream! Food Walk the Boundary Outdoors Jewel Music Going with the Current Outdoors Bee
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  • Summer Stuff - Water
  • Summer Stuff - Water

    Get wet at Splashdown, in the city pools, on the river, on the lake - wherever.
      Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls Parasail Sandpoint Let Someone Else Drive Spokane H2-Overload Spokane Aquatics Pools Spokane Going with the Current Spokane Parks & Rec Spokane Rafting
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  • Lessons Not Learned
  • Lessons Not Learned

    In a corrupt prison, a French-Arab teen tries going along to get along. The results aren’t pretty.
      When Malik El Djebena (Tahar Rahim) enters prison, we know nothing of his past: no flashbacks, no stories, just a brief interview with his governmentprovided lawyer. It’s revealed that 19-yearold Malik is illiterate, has no family, no friends, no religion, no work skills, and is being incarcerated for some unidentified battery-related crime.
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  • Livin' Large
  • Livin' Large

    Not-so-adult entertainment on Sprague. Plus, barbeque and trade magazines.
      If you’re like me and have no idea that “luxury box” is a term applied to VIP box seating in sports stadiums, you might get the wrong impression about THE LUXURY BOX on Sprague Avenu
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  • Skin Trade
  • Skin Trade

    Tattoo artists from all over the country will convene in Spokane this weekend. Some of them will be hanging from meat hooks.
      Moon is one of select group of local tattoo artists who will have booths at the third annual Lilac City Tattoo Expo this weekend. If you’ve never heard of the Expo before, you’re not alone — it’s been an under-the-radar event, despite attracting 2,000 guests each year.
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  • One Mother
  • One Mother

    The mysteries of the maternal heart drive director Joon-ho Bong’s latest.
      Mother is the kind of movie that stays with you, the kind of movie you find yourself gravitating back to whenever your mind starts to wander from the task at hand. You realize you’ve been shampo
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  • International Incident
  • International Incident

    Five years ago, France gave SFCC a film festival. Kind of. It’s been hard work to keep it going.
      Once upon a time, about five years ago, the government of France did Spokane Falls Community College a favor. It was a grant for a French Film Festival, awarded to French instructor Elodie Phan and fi
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  • Q&A: Rachael Pascal Osborn
  • Q&A: Rachael Pascal Osborn

    The water lawyer on aquifers and the effects of the Clean Water Act
      When it comes to the environment, Rachael Paschal Osborn is admittedly “water centric.” A public interest water lawyer who moved to Spokane in 1999, she runs the Center for Environmental L
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  • Comic Romp
  • Comic Romp

    All it takes to enliven a dull marriage is a case of mistaken identity
      Call me a major snob, but when I saw that Date Night stars Tina Fey and Steve Carell had been on Oprah this week, I immediately lowered my already low expectations for the Shawn Levy-directed flick (P
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  • An Architect of Dance
  • An Architect of Dance

    On Saturday night in Spokane, 20th-century American dance will soar again to its pinnacle
      “Who’s Martha Graham?” After hearing the question for the third time, I figured that I should stop taking it for granted that everyone just knew. Widely considered the mother of m
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  • Seoul Food
  • Seoul Food

    Bibim Bap is Korean for the best comfort food you’ve never heard of
      Bibim bap, which translates to “Mixed Rice,” (and is sometimes anglicized “bibimbap,” “bibimbop,” or “bibim bop”) is a popular Korean comfort food with a myriad of incarnations.
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  • In Their Own Words: Health Care Reform

      As executive director of the Community Health Association of Spokane (CHAS) — which serves low-income as well as uninsured patients — Peg Hopkins believes she is at the front lines of health care reform.

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