• Issue Archive for
  • Dec 10-16, 2009
  • Vol. 17, No. 9

News & Comment

  • Mr. Out There
  • Mr. Out There

    Spokane’s newest city councilman talks electric cars, complete streets and the progressive mandate
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  • Hidden in Plain Sight
  • Hidden in Plain Sight

    As mansions give way to modest houses and then to apartment complexes, a patch of wildland sits within the roar of I-90 on the downslope of Spokane’s South Hill.

Culture & Food

Music & Film

  • "Them Crooked Vultures"
  • "Them Crooked Vultures"

    Them Crooked Vultures, the trio’s new super-group, brings a blend of blues rock that feels completely modernized.
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  • Double Life
  • Double Life

    Seattle’s Pill Wonder is making a splash in the industry — but they still have bills to pay
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  • V
  • V

    In this case, V is for Very Very Extremely Ordinary.
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  • The Home Front
  • The Home Front

    A half-dozen fine performances help Brothers explore how poorly we’ve treated the veterans of our current wars
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  • Is Anybody There?
  • Is Anybody There?

    Somewhere on the dreary northeast coast of England, sometime during the dreary Margaret Thatcher years, a married couple (Anne-Marie Duff and David Morrissey) struggle while running a low-rent old folks’ home.
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