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  • May 12-18, 2005
  • Vol. 12, No. 30

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  • Recently Reviewed

    Latah Bistro -- Just south of town along Hwy 95 is where you'll find the Latah Bistro, a new neighborhood restaurant located in a strip mall across from a Tidyman's. The interior is surprisingly comfortable and chic. And the appetizers,
  • Flat Out Airless

    Rubber plays many roles in our daily routines and we don't put much thought into it. There isn't anything lavish or exciting about this simple compound -- rubber is what it is, with no frills or fanfare. The first rubber tires for motor ve
  • Take Two

    Fighter Pilot: Operation Red Flag follows Capt. John Stratton, an F-15 Eagle pilot, as he engages in the world's largest air war games. Ready for two weeks of simulated combat, 125 pilots representing six nations gather at Nellis AFB jus
  • Buzz Bin

    We & copy; Movies -- We love them so much, we'll show them for free and then yak a bit about them afterwards. The Inlander, in partnership with the Spokane County Library District, is launching "For the Love of Movies," a series dedicated to t
  • Opening Films

    Kicking & amp; Screaming -- Well, if you're a Will Ferrell fan, here's the next doozy for ya. He's no Ron Burgundy or Mugatu here; in Kicking & amp; Screaming he's just a normal family guy who will never live up to his pop's competitive nature. Wh
  • Book Review

    Fresh out of Berkeley, 23-year-old Audrey Young embarks on a journey through medical school that leads her to some of the most remote places in the Pacific Northwes
  • Now Playing

    A Lot Like Love -- On the whole it's a bit too precious, and there are characters that just aren't needed (wasn't a deaf, signing brother in Four Weddings and a Funeral enough?), but both Amanda Peet and Ashton Kutcher give winning per
  • DVD Review

    This Disney-Michael Bay co-production is loaded to the gills with that producer's innate love of car chases and errant gunpowder, while maintaining a very Disneyfied (and virtually nonexistent) body count and a gravely silly respect for off
  • Back In Business

    Does anybody want any water?" Steve Millsap, Burlington Northern-Santa Fe Railway's assistant vice president for engineering, asked that question Monday afternoon as assembled media -- including a CBS news crew -- were donning hardhats, safe
  • Sound Advice

    Friendly Advice -- This is a note to anyone who -- like the guy at the KYRS benefit show at the B-Side last Saturday night -- is kindly given the opportunity to perform "one song" at a show where he or she is not otherwise billed: Keep it
  • CD Reviews

    A Frames Black Forest FOUR STARS The A Frames aren't glamorous and they aren't trendy. What they are is a Seattle trio of underground noise-rock vets (ex-members of the Cows, Butthole Surfers and Scratch Acid) who colle
  • Raise Standards

    If the stories about Mayor Jim West fit some kind of journalism standards, maybe we should reconsider them.

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