• Issue Archive for
  • Jul 19-25, 2012
  • Vol. 19, No. 40

News & Comment

  • Trouble for Trolls
  • Trouble for Trolls

    An online commenter may be about to learn the hard way that even on the Internet, no one is truly anonymous
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  • Stopping Short
  • Stopping Short

    Spokane City Council shoots down a proposal for neighborhood C.O.P. shops; plus, Washington benefits from the country’s drought
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  • 6th District Showdown
  • 6th District Showdown

    Three Republicans go up against one Democrat in a newly shaped district on the outskirts of Spokane
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  • A Year of Freedom
  • A Year of Freedom

    Jason Baldwin talks about the death penalty, his future and how it feels for the West Memphis Three to finally be free
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  • Trail Mix - 07.19.12
  • Trail Mix - 07.19.12

    The Demise of the Flip-Flop? Time was that if your candidate didn’t stay perfectly consistent through all the decades of a political career, he or she would be instantly nailed with the f
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Culture & Food

  • Bad Baseball
  • Bad Baseball

    Way back in 1899 €” Jamie Moyer’s rookie year, if we recall correctly €” the Cleveland Spiders set a major league record for futility by winning just 20 of 154 games. The biteless Spiders batted a
  • About the Peirone Prize
  • About the Peirone Prize

    On the following pages you’ll meet the three Peirone Prize winners for 2012 euro;” three people who are making the Inland Northwest a better place to live. The Peirone name (pronounced “Purr-oh
  • UPDATE — Catacombs
  • UPDATE — Catacombs

    Two weeks into her tenure, Catacomb’s new manager Shareen Ross has already announced plans to revamp the Old World restaurant. Catacombs, a downtown pub established in 2002, was converted from a

Music & Film

  • Better Together
  • Better Together

    Once pissed-off North Idaho kids, the Hague is older now. And maybe a little sadder
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  • Get in the Van
  • Get in the Van

    Most bands head to big cities on tour, but locals Terrible Buttons spent the month of June with bears and beardsmen in Alaska
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  • The Final Chapter
  • The Final Chapter

    The Inlander sits down with director Christopher Nolan to discuss his Batman legacy as he wraps up the trilogy with The Dark Knight Rises
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  • In Prism
  • In Prism

    Your Sister’s Sister is a brisk film with vibrant emotional color
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