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  • Jun 21-27, 2012
  • Vol. 19, No. 36

News & Comment

  • Hitting Home
  • Hitting Home

    Lawsuits, money and accusations are making a hotly contested county commissioner race even hotter
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  • There Is No Escape
  • There Is No Escape

    How abusers manage to torment their lovers, even as police and courts try to protect them
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  • Zombie Sonics
  • Zombie Sonics

    The Miami Heat is a bought-and-paid-for super team that wrenched its starriest star (in a team of stars) from one of America’s saddest sack teams. The only opponent who could turn the Heat into
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  • In Otto’s Name
  • In Otto’s Name

    A pavilion in Mission Park to be named after Otto Zehm; plus, a resolution on coal trains
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  • MBAs Gone Wild
  • MBAs Gone Wild

    How can the economy do well while unemployment remains high? That’s the system we’ve created
  • Trail Mix - 06.21.12
  • Trail Mix - 06.21.12

    Golden Moment This summer, another member of the Romney clan will compete for one of the biggest prizes in the world: Olympic gold. Ann Romney is part owner of Rafalca, a horse that recently pr
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Culture & Food

  • Final Act
  • Final Act

    David Gigler died doing what he loved. The longtime local actor, known for playing numerous roles over the last two decades, collapsed and died of a heart attack at age 47 during rehearsal for h
  • UPDATE: Anthony's at Spokane Falls
  • UPDATE: Anthony's at Spokane Falls

    Anthony’s at the Spokane Falls, part of the Anthony’s seafood restaurants chain, recently announced that the seasonal Copper River Alaskan salmon euro;” a much-loved regional favorite and just

Music & Film

  • Pixel Perfect
  • Pixel Perfect

    The animation giant proves its worth by teaming up with Disney for Brave
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