Inside the Donut 

Like America, Spokane is being divided between high and low incomes, with not much left in the middle

Daniel Walters, in his Inlander article "The Incredible Shrinking Mall" (3/20/14) draws attention to a nationwide trend: Malls generally aren't doing well, especially malls that are home to anchor stores catering to the middle class. Our own NorthTown Mall is an…

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