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  • Sep 27 - Oct 3, 2012
  • Vol. 19, No. 50

News & Comment

  • Fired Up About Coal
  • Fired Up About Coal

    Spokane gets to weigh in on coal shipments; plus, money for the skatepark but not homeless men
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  • 379 Days
  • 379 Days

    Why Karl Thompson remains out of prison and defended with public money
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  • Trail Mix - 9.27.12
  • Trail Mix - 9.27.12

    Generally during presidential election years, it can be hard to get noticed down-ballot, as everybody’s focused on the national gaffe of the week. So with election season heading into the home s
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Culture & Food

  • Changing of the Guard
  • Changing of the Guard

    Following the 35th annual Northwest Bach Festival, which takes place next March, Gunther Schuller will step down as artistic director after a long and illustrious career at the creative helm of the ev
  • UPDATE — Rock City Grill
  • UPDATE — Rock City Grill

    On Oct. 19, Rock City Grill is set to celebrate its 20th  year serving a unique blend of Italian and American cuisine to Spokane. The locally owned and independent restaurant spent its firs

Music & Film

  • Coming Clean
  • Coming Clean

    There’s something we have to get off our chests
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  • Real Life Radio
  • Real Life Radio

    Sleepwalk With Me was an NPR piece before Mike Birbiglia took it to the big screen
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