• Issue Archive for
  • Oct 18-24, 2012
  • Vol. 20, No. 1

News & Comment

  • One Word
  • One Word

    Washington state already protects gay rights, but will voters allow same-sex couples to “marry”?
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  • A New Police Weapon
  • A New Police Weapon

    The police ombudsman says cops need the power to swear; plus, the Internet gets ugly for Todd Mielke
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  • Police Payback
  • Police Payback

    Spokane City Council agrees to remain silent about a payout for a once-fired cop
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  • Trail Mix — 10.18.12
  • Trail Mix — 10.18.12

    History Revisited The new thriller Argo tells the long-classified tale of how six Americans escaped from Iran during the hostage crisis of 1980. History seems to be repeating as our embassies ar
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  • A Practical Leader

    In the race for governor, boring old problem-solving trumps the excitement of ideological warfare

Culture & Food

  • Art in the Making
  • Art in the Making

    Local artists David Clemons and Steve Gibbs sketch live model Amy Gates at Art in the Making, a live art demonstration in the downtown Coeur d’Alene Plaza Shops. Eleven regional artists sketched

Music & Film

  • DJ Hero
  • DJ Hero

    Wolfgang Gartner proves that being super DJ doesn’t mean assuming an image
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  • Hedging Your Bets
  • Hedging Your Bets

    Arbitrage is a worthy investment, with strong performances by Richard Gere and Susan Sarandon
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Special Guides

  • The Countdown Begins
  • The Countdown Begins

    This time of year, snow starts to take over my life. Every dollar is allocated for my season pass, new skis, new outerwear and ski movie tickets. The rest gets stashed in my road trip fund for chasing
  • A Mountain Passion
  • A Mountain Passion

    Ross Hall was a man of the mountains and a photographer of the heaven he found there. A nationally recognized and locally revered photographer, Hall devoted his much of his life to capturing Inl
  • Fire and Ice
  • Fire and Ice

    Normally, summertime at a ski resort is a relatively calm time. Employees might clear out trails, repair the lifts, refurbish the lodge or catch up on maintenance. But it wasn’t that way for Jos
  • Expo 2012
  • Expo 2012

    Snow lovers, brace yourselves. For two days in November, the Spokane Convention Center Expo Hall will be filled wall-to-wall with all the winter sports gear and information you’ll need to get re
  • Gear That's New To You
  • Gear That's New To You

    Old Man Winter is right around the corner, which means it’s ski swap season. One of the region’s largest winter sports and equipment swaps, Lookout Pass and Silver Mountain Ski Patrol&rsqu
  • Need A Lift?
  • Need A Lift?

    Anyone in need of a new ride, take note: Northeastern Washington gets a new chairlift this season. Ski resort 49 Degrees North is opening a lift on Angel Peak, a sub-peak of the Chewelah Peak, where t

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