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  • Mar 14-20, 2013
  • Vol. 20, No. 22
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News & Comment

  • Getting Schooled
  • Getting Schooled

    A town hall, a plane crash and a charter school commission
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  • Experimental City
  • Experimental City

    A group in Hillyard wants to borrow school district land to test green technologies. The district has its doubts
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  • Holding the Keys
  • Holding the Keys

    Spokane County Commissioners hope taking over regional jail facilities will unlock new efficiencies
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Culture & Food

  • HOOPS — Zags Dominate
  • HOOPS — Zags Dominate

    On Monday, both Gonzaga’s men’s and women’s basketball squads finished what they set out to do when they headed down to Las Vegas: Dominate the field at the West Coast Conference tou

Music & Film

  • There and Back Again
  • There and Back Again

    Since being tempted by a major label, indie rapper Murs is thriving again in the underground
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  • A Word With the Wild Man
  • A Word With the Wild Man

    Jim Carrey talks about his roller-coaster career and why he took his shirt off in The Incredible Bruce Wonderstone
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  • Movie Lessons
  • Movie Lessons

    The Jewish Cultural Film Festival gives Spokane a look at rarely seen cinema
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