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  • Film Mitzvah
  • Film Mitzvah

    We command you to attend the Jewish Cultural Film Festival.
      A preview of Spokane's Jewish Cultural Film Festival at the Magic Lantern
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  • Finely Tuned Clutter
  • Finely Tuned Clutter

    Jean-Luc Godard wants to assault modernity. Instead, his latest assaults our senses.
      The connections between movements are difficult to grasp. Though all three do visually and aurally craft an incoherent flurry of free-associating montages that tend to resemble a kid in the throws of a Ritalin withdrawal. So there’s that. The movie ranges in image quality from beautiful HD to stuff that was probably shot with a cell phone.
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  • Viral Entities
  • Viral Entities

    This gimmick flick sticks with you after the novelty fades.
      Okhwan Yoon pauses to look over a ledge above Kathmandu. It’s early on the morning of July 24th , 2010, and he has traveled the world on his bicycle for over 3,300 days, visited 190 countries, collided with six vehicles, and consequently endured five surgeries.
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  • Myriad of Munchies
  • Myriad of Munchies

    New vendors prove seniority is not synonymous with quality at Pig Out in the Park.
      Pig Out in the Park earns its name. Over 50 vendors are converging on Spokane’s Riverfront Park this week from as far as Utah and Texas to dish out diverse, digestible delights for your face-filling pleasure. But 31 of these places are local, and seven of them are first-year greenhorns.
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  • Beyond Broken
  • Beyond Broken

    Every parent's nightmare just got a little more mass-murder-y.
      The emotionally void yet deeply damaged father, Bill (Michael Sheen), emerges from his office and walks toward the crowd surrounding a television to hear about a shooting at the college his son attends. As he rushes to his home, his overly emotional and habitually unreflective wife, Kate (Maria Bello), is on the phone, attempting to reach their son.
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  • This Will Absolutely Happen
  • This Will Absolutely Happen

    Local nerds share their plans for the zombie apocalypse.
      In honor of SpoCon’s panel dubbed “When the S*** Hits the Fan” — essentially a fantasy baseball draft for zombie apocalypse nerds — The Inlander.
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  • Shining Through Negatives
  • Shining Through Negatives

    Nobody knows fashion like Bill Cunningham. But nobody knows Bill Cunningham.
      Remember when documentaries presented both sides without bias? When they were humble? When they didn’t have to be narrated by Matt Damon to seem interesting? This observational documentary is that joyful slice of humility that is so often lacking in the genre.
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  • Re: Why Idaho kids don't go to college

    • Ok, whoever wrote this needs to brush up on their knowledge in referencing specific religions…

    • on March 6, 2015
  • Re: Why Idaho kids don't go to college

    • Great article, it looks like a lot of folks not making good decisions is what…

    • on March 6, 2015
  • Re: Spark of Change

    • Doing investigative journalism is expensive work, so you hope--particularly if you want control of what…

    • on March 5, 2015
  • Re: Why Idaho kids don't go to college

    • You also need to look at the Home Schooled children. I know a family that…

    • on March 5, 2015
  • Re: Spark of Change

    • We can all thank Obama for starting the race and class wars in America. And…

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