• Issue Archive for
  • Apr 24-30, 2003
  • Vol. 10, No. 28

News & Comment

  • Opening Films

    by Inlander Staff *** Better Luck Tomorrow -- Better Luck Tomorrow, Justin Lin's second feature, is a kicky original. With its quartet of Chinese-American high schoolers peer-pressured into increasingly deadly crime, Lin's smart, entertaining descent into
  • Now Playing

    ** A Man Apart -- Genuinely gritty R-rated action from the director of Set it Off stars Vin Diesel as the most unsympathetic of DEA agents. With Larenz Tate and a bunch of bullets. (RP) Rated: R *** About Schmidt -- Jack Nicholson deli
  • Being Watched

    Some plays indict us. And then they convict us. Lillian Hellman's Watch on the Rhine (at Interplayers through May 10) takes its time to lock and load -- but once it has, we discover that we're its target. Hellman's drama concerns an anti-
  • Empty Spaces

    When River Park Square opened its doors, shoppers came calling from afar. The new mall brought national retailers such as Pottery Barn, Williams Sonoma, Ann Taylor and Abercrombie & amp; Fitch to Spokane for the first time, and some of those s
  • A Vacancy Survey

    How many empty stores are there in downtown Spokane? When we began calling around to find someone who could tell us how many stores or what amount of square footage was vacant, no one had an answer. The Downtown Spokan

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