• Issue Archive for
  • Jul 5-11, 2012
  • Vol. 19, No. 38

News & Comment

  • A Second Chance
  • A Second Chance

    A Supreme Court ruling opens the door, ever so slightly, for people who killed as children
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  • Bait And Switch
  • Bait And Switch

    Local agencies jockey for animal control contracts; plus, a new way to fund Public Facilities District projects
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  • What Comes Next?
  • What Comes Next?

    After last week’s historic court decision, Spokane’s clinics anticipate big changes
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  • Trail Mix - 07.05.12
  • Trail Mix - 07.05.12

    BEWARE OF IMAGINARY ISSUES It became obvious last week that all the purging of voters in states with Republican-controlled legislatures really has nothing to do with voter fraud. In a sle
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Culture & Food

  • Over the Edge
  • Over the Edge

    I thought I was going to pee my pants. The truth is, I may have. Just a little. Last week, I rappelled down the Bank of America Financial Center, Spokane’s tallest building. The annual fundraise
  • UPDATE — Brooklyn Deli
  • UPDATE — Brooklyn Deli

    Set off of downtown Spokane’s core in a building partially covered in concrete, Brooklyn Deli is an unlikely spot for a successful restaurant. “We still get people in who don&r

Music & Film

  • Bad Words
  • Bad Words

    Nick Cashaw’s not afraid of a little shock and awe to turn heads
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