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  • Feb 14-20, 2013
  • Vol. 20, No. 18
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News & Comment

  • Preparing for the Worst
  • Preparing for the Worst

    Coeur d’Alene wants to spend $1.4 million on security improvements — but can they actually stop school shootings?
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  • Falling Down
  • Falling Down

    Law enforcement to vigilantes: “Chill out.” Plus, the State of the City, Part II
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  • DEVELOPMENT — Kendall Yards
  • DEVELOPMENT — Kendall Yards

    If you look northwest from downtown Spokane, you’ll see an enclave emerging above the river gorge €” 84 apartments to the west of Maple, and the new Inlander HQ and Spa Paradiso closer to Monroe.
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  • Identity Crisis
  • Identity Crisis

    In North Idaho, locals aren’t afraid of a walled city moving in, but about the branding that could come with it
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Culture & Food

Music & Film

  • Pop Tarts
  • Pop Tarts

    Before you go see Carrie Underwood, read this completely out-of-nowhere survey of American Idol winners
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  • Blech Magic Woman
  • Blech Magic Woman

    Beautiful Creatures prefers bland paranormal melodrama over playful subversiveness
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  • FDRrrrrggggh
  • FDRrrrrggggh

    Bill Murray kills it as Roosevelt, but Hyde Park on Hudson doesn’t do his performance justice
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Special Guides

  • The End is Coming
  • The End is Coming

    This point in the ski season is always a little bittersweet for me. I’m comfortable in my daily routine of “ski, eat, sleep and repeat.” But then I am quietly reminded that ski seaso
  • 100 Days
  • 100 Days

    Skiing a 100 days* in one ski season is not for the faint of heart or the physically weak. Some may call it survival of the fittest while others may rely on luck to make it through. I’ve always
  • The Danger Underneath
  • The Danger Underneath

    Winter is far from over, but the lack of snow in town makes it difficult to imagine that our mountain landscapes contain lethal potential. The region’s typically heavy, spring snowfall can quick
  • Behind the Scenes
  • Behind the Scenes

    Lookout Pass on a predawn Monday morning appears to be deserted until you’re out of the car and hear the sounds of the snowcats and snowmobiles far up the hill as employees work around the clock

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