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  • Mission to Heal
  • Mission to Heal

    These inspiring Spokanites are attracting the esteem of their colleagues locally and beyond
  • First on the Scene
  • First on the Scene

    Spokane Valley Army medic Adam Sahlberg trains the next generation to be prepared for worst-case scenarios
  • The Power of Three
  • The Power of Three

    Is a triathlon in your future? Squeezing in time for training is all in a day's work for KXLY's Melissa Luck
  • Dining with Dignity
  • Dining with Dignity

      Marlene Alford grew up eating a hot breakfast every morning and coming home from school to cookies fresh out of the oven. She met a stark contrast to her upbringing when she started volunteering at the Women’s and Children’s Free Restaurant in 1998.
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  • The Meat Grinder
  • The Meat Grinder

    When the debt-collection machine comes for its pound of flesh
      Miller, a young, tireless consumer law attorney, is after information about the robo-signer’s work at Midland Credit Management, an arm of Encore Capital. Every year, Encore buys billions of dollars in credit-card debts and then sets out to collect — filing hundreds of thousands of lawsuits against the debtors.
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  • Roman Stories
  • Roman Stories

    Woody Allen can’t keep the Midnight in Paris momentum with To Rome With Love
  • The Song of the Summer
  • The Song of the Summer

    The anthem of this season is about a girl who kinda, sorta wants you to call her
      Not every summer has a song, but when a Song of the Summer arrives, you will know. There is no democratic process behind its selection; there is no pop music electoral college. It just happens. And this summer it happened to a cut called “Call Me Maybe” by someone named Carly Rae Jepsen.
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  • ...As Apple Pie
  • ...As Apple Pie

    Where to celebrate your Fourth of July in the Inland Northwest
      In the words of the late, great Whitney Houston: “The children are our future.” So start your holiday off right with the annual kids’ parade in Coeur d’Alene. The parade starts downtown and will end at Independence Point. This year’s theme, “America the Beautiful,” will feature adorable costumes, pets, floats and bicyclists.
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  • The Pundit
  • The Pundit

    For a decade, Scott Kolbo has made Spokane’s art scene bigger, better and more professional. Now, he’s leaving
      The Spokane visual artist, member of Saranac Art Projects and Whitworth art professor has earned a reputation for being vocal about the local arts scene, for encouraging critique and always urging artists to be professional.
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  • Fire and Brimstone
  • Fire and Brimstone

    When two brothers lost their faith, they found their voices
      The opposite can be said about his younger brother, Kent. His voice is nearly always straining, like it’s being extruded through vocal chords lined with gravel and cigarette butts. He screams and stomps occasionally, and when he sings, it comes in fits and starts.
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  • For Your Consideration
  • For Your Consideration

    Teal Cat web project, Distrust that Particular Flavor, Leonard Cohen's Old Ideas
      an Omaha-based effort to raise money for a humane method of neutering feral cats, thus keeping the real-life cat population manageable. The best part? Buying the teal cat. Choose between trinket, mantel or centerpiece size. Or a T-shirt emblazoned with, you guessed it, a teal cat.
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  • Bastion
  • Bastion

    For $15, a storybook game without much point
      So he climbs out of his bed and walks over to the door — or where the door should be. As he approaches, stone blocks rise up from the distant ground below. Fitting themselves together, they form a pathway that the kid begins to walk along. The raspy-voiced narrator describes this, as if I can’t see it for myself.
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  • The Butterfly Effect
  • The Butterfly Effect

    Reflecting on life, death and Lepidoptera as summer fades.
      By August, they were swirling around the local Ponderosas like light, highly localized flurries of snow. There didn’t seem to be a pattern; they traced trails as seemingly random as that of a drunk around a lamppost. A mating dance? I wondered. If it was, I had yet to see consummations (though these might not have been public events).
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  • The Best and the Worst
  • The Best and the Worst

    We asked 900 lobbyists what they thought of Eastern Washington’s legislators. This is what some of them said.
      There are 900 lobbyists plying the halls of Olympia, according to state records. That’s six lobbyists for every state legislator under the rotunda. But it’s not just their prolific numbers that give them insight into the ways of legislators. It’s also the nature of their work.
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  • Brazil Nuts
  • Brazil Nuts

    Rio is the kind of movie that makes preschoolers giggle and grown-ups seethe.
      Yes, after their capture in Brazil, it’s easily understood that the domesticated Blu has grown fond of the safety and comfort of captivity, and the feisty Jewel just wants to be free. But the differences in the two characters could have used some balancing.
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  • Digging Out
  • Digging Out

    Why watch a depressing movie about a dead kid? Because sometimes even sadness contains laughter and hope.
      In the film’s seemingly peaceful opening, Becca (Nicole Kidman) is attentively working her spacious garden, “trying to get things back in order,” she says to a neighbor. When her husband, Howie (Aaron Eckhart), comes home from work, she’s smiling, putting together a nice dinner for them.
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  • The Year in Screen
  • The Year in Screen

    Spokane booed Cuba, boosted Terriers and watched its actors go to the bigtime
      The Year Spokane proTeSTed Cuba … Gooding Jr. Between 2006 and 2009, the Oscarwinning actor came to Spokane to shoot three separate films. Most of these films failed to make a dent in the box office (or even find a theatrical release), but Cuba sure made an impression on Spokane.
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  • The “Other” Top 10 Films
  • The “Other” Top 10 Films

    The 10 films you didn’t see this year that you really should have
      AnimAl Kingdom A gritty Australian drama about a teenage boy who moves in with a bunch of hardcore criminal relatives. Will he go down the same road? Look for the dazzling and frightening performance by Jacki Weaver as the unpredictable family matriarch.
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