• Issue Archive for
  • Nov 8-14, 2012
  • Vol. 20, No. 4

News & Comment

  • What Just Happened?
  • What Just Happened?

    Obama is re-elected, pot legalized and, if the vote holds, Idaho’s school reforms will be rolled back

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  • INTERVIEW — T.R. Reid
  • INTERVIEW — T.R. Reid

    T.R. Reid, a correspondent and reporter for notable documentary producers NPR and PBS, is leading a panel Nov. 13 in the wake of his recent documentary, U.S. Health Care: The Good News, where he will
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  • Firing Power
  • Firing Power

    Sheriff Knezovich wants more power to get rid of misbehaving cops; plus, county commissioners on the casino debate
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  • Day of Reckoning
  • Day of Reckoning

    The Spokane Police Department readies for Karl Thompson’s sentencing next week
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  • How Low Can We Go?
  • How Low Can We Go?

    With the spectacle of this election still fresh, it’s time to consider big changes to how we pick our leaders
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  • Trail Mix — November 8, 2012
  • Trail Mix — November 8, 2012

    The Envelope Please… It’s that time of year again! Time to hand out the 2012 Inlander TMX Awards for the best performances from out on the campaign trail. First up is the Wait, So I
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Culture & Food

  • FUNNY — David Sedaris
  • FUNNY — David Sedaris

    It’s not hard to love David Sedaris. The author and regular contributor to the New Yorker and NPR’s This American Life is doing just the kind of irritable, sharp-tongued snark the world se

Music & Film

  • Surviving Gwar
  • Surviving Gwar

    Trust us, being doused in (fake) bodily fluids and blasted with metal can be really fun
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Special Guides

  • Waiting is the Hard Part
  • Waiting is the Hard Part

    This is the hardest time of year for me. If I were a hunter, or one of those lucky ones who get to escape the worst of the “shoulder seasons” to a climate that consists of 80-degree days,
  • Silver Mountain
  • Silver Mountain

    Silver Mountain has a little something to brag about. In addition to general brush cutting and clearing this summer, crews at the resort have also carved out a couple of new runs. A run for the little
  • Bigger and Better
  • Bigger and Better

    In 1999, Lookout Pass had one chairlift and 190 acres of available terrain. If the resort has its way, and all upgrades and expansions are approved by the relevant environmental agencies, skiers will
  • Resorts of the Pacific Northwest
  • Resorts of the Pacific Northwest

    49 Degrees NorthChewelah, Wash. í‚¢ ski49n.com1,850 Vertical Feet í‚¢ 82 Runs The Northwest’s most family-friendly resort is getting bigger this season. They have been in expansion mode for mu
  • There's an App For That
  • There's an App For That

    T he local nonprofit Ski The Northwest Rockies (SNWR) association, which represents the Inland Northwest snow sports industry (including 49 Degrees North, Mount Spokane, Silver Mountain and Look
  • Mount Spokane
  • Mount Spokane

    What’s New Upon arrival, visitors will notice exactly what the folks at Mount Spokane have been busy working on this summer: a new addition to the day lodge. “The new addition increa
  • Inside the Snowlander Expo
  • Inside the Snowlander Expo

    We at The Inlander are psyched to be putting on the region’s biggest snow show with the inaugural Snowlander Expo on Nov. 9-10 at the Spokane Convention Center. There will be discounts from the
  • 49 Degrees North
  • 49 Degrees North

    What’s New Six years ago, 49 Degrees North introduced Chair 5 and new terrain in the Sunrise Basin — the resort’s largest expansion, with 500 acres and 20 new runs. Now, they’r
  • Lookout Pass
  • Lookout Pass

    What’s New There is definitely a new vibe at Lookout Pass this season. The obvious improvements will be the replacement of the rope tow in the beginner area with a new triple cha
  • Schweitzer Mountain
  • Schweitzer Mountain

    What’s New Last season Schweitzer Mountain Resort celebrated a record-breaking winter. With its deepest summit snowpack yet and the earliest opening in more than 20 years, it seems breakin

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