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  • Jan 14-20, 2010
  • Vol. 17, No. 14

News & Comment

  • Live From Spokane Valley
  • News
  • Live From Spokane Valley

    The Spokane Valley City Council is looking to broadcast its meetings on cable and the Internet — but at what cost?
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  • 2010
  • News
  • 2010

    The upcoming session in Olympia is beginning to look like a certain Hollywood disaster film
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  • Blast!
  • News
  • Blast!

    Is Spokane trying to torpedo Missoula’s economy?
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  • Comment
  • What Would Jane Say?

    The problematic future of the YMCA building at Riverfront Park apparently depends on whether the city can entice a developer to lease and convert the building.

Culture & Food

Music & Film

  • Musical Chairs
  • Music
  • Musical Chairs

    Empyrean’s relocating, Caterina’s remodeling, Sunset Junction’s rebirthing — our music landscape is changing
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  • Hoarders
  • Film
  • Hoarders

    They put the “scat” in “pack rat.”
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  • Not Amèlie
  • Film
  • Not Amèlie

    Audrey Tautou has found a character to finally end the typecasting. Nice for her, but what about us?
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  • Scrubs
  • Film
  • Scrubs

    Saying goodbye to a longtime friend is never easy. But sometimes you absolutely nail it.
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  • Mixed Box
  • Film
  • Mixed Box

    Avatar opens Pandora’s box. Out flies gorgeous scenery, game-changing special effects and passable dialogue
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  • "Somers Town"
  • Film
  • "Somers Town"

    The art-house version of Netflix presents a film about a little wanker from Nottingham
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  • Into the Storm
  • Film
  • Into the Storm

    Brendan Gleeson uncovers Churchill in this sequel to HBO's The Gathering Storm
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  • Trip the Dark Fantastic
  • Film
  • Trip the Dark Fantastic

    Wes Anderson’s animated retelling of Roald Dahl’s story isn’t fluffy or cute, but it’s utterly real
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  • What Hope Remains
  • Film
  • What Hope Remains

    A tone-perfect adaptation explores how little you can have and still find reason to keep living
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  • Cult of Personality
  • Film
  • Cult of Personality

    Local boy Cheyenne Jackson is worshiped on Broadway. Now on 30 Rock, the Gospel of Jackson goes national.
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