The First Half

The First Half

Lars von Trier's Nymphomaniac: Vol. I is more about characters than sex

Between Man and Beast

Between Man and Beast

They're food and family, property and products: Our relationship with animals, and the evolving protections for them

Home Farming

Home Farming

As Easter nears, a few thoughts on getting eggs from your own backyard

The Hangover

The Hangover

More than a decade after the River Park Square controversy, is the city ready to get back into the lending business?

University Rock

University Rock

The music regional college kids make these days

The Hangover

The Hangover

More than a decade after the River Park Square controversy, is the city ready to get back into the lending business?

Dangerous Delays

Dangerous Delays

Families say Spokane County Jail's medication process risks unnecessary suffering

We Need More Docs

We Need More Docs

Publisher's Note

Fear and Banned Books

Fear and Banned Books

Why every mother should buy her son Sherman Alexie's controversial novel

Between Man and Beast

Between Man and Beast

They're food and family, property and products: Our relationship with animals, and the evolving protections for them

Testing Your Mettle

Testing Your Mettle

Eastern Washington kids are learning their civics, and now it's time to extend the opportunity to grownups seeking public office

What You Can Do

What You Can Do

Spokane to give back; plus, WSU weighs its own medical school

Downtown Cider

Downtown Cider

Liberty Ciderworks' tasting room opens

For Your Consideration

For Your Consideration

Chuck Ragan, Denis Johnson and Laughing Dog's Purebred Citra

The Most Desolate Decade

The Most Desolate Decade

Award-winning author Timothy Egan stops at Whitworth to talk about the Dust Bowl

Home Farming

Home Farming

As Easter nears, a few thoughts on getting eggs from your own backyard

A New Face

A New Face

Twisp Cafe gets a whole new menu infused with Mediterranean flavor

River Watching

River Watching

Flies, nets and flow reports: Spring's warming ritual

University Rock

University Rock

The music regional college kids make these days

Good Sport

Good Sport

Kevin Costner is back in a milieu that showcases him best in Draft Day

The First Half

The First Half

Lars von Trier's Nymphomaniac: Vol. I is more about characters than sex

Between Man and Beast

Between Man and Beast

They're food and family, property and products: Our relationship with animals, and the evolving protections for them

River Watching

River Watching

Flies, nets and flow reports: Spring's warming ritual

Still Running

Still Running

Older runners prove that slowing down a little isn't anything like stopping

Erik Strandness

Erik Strandness

Their Own Words

Reefer Badness

Reefer Badness

Despite legalization, studies show cannabis poses risks to young brains

Suffering Is Optional

Suffering Is Optional

Life Coaching

Teen Tune-Up

Teen Tune-Up

Dr. Matt

The Pharmacist Will See You Now

The Pharmacist Will See You Now

A trip to your local drugstore may soon provide one-stop health care for minor conditions

Looking for Trouble

Looking for Trouble

A second opinion on early diagnoses

Flying High

Flying High

At the Flying Goat, unique menu creations are all part of a day's work

A Wicked Good Cause

A Wicked Good Cause

Charity Corner

Guac Star

Guac Star

Superfood

No Excuses

No Excuses

Want to look like a bodybuilder? Start to train like one

A Tattered Net

A Tattered Net

A primer on our local mental health care system

A Complex God

A Complex God

Incorporating faith into the practice of healing

First on the Scene

First on the Scene

Spokane Valley Army medic Adam Sahlberg trains the next generation to be prepared for worst-case scenarios

Dangerous Delays

Dangerous Delays

Families say Spokane County Jail's medication process risks unnecessary suffering

A Tattered Net

A Tattered Net

A primer on our local mental health care system

Changing of the guard

Changing of the guard

As part of the Zehm settlement, Spokane police agreed to train officers on dealing with the mentally ill. But will it be enough?

Legal Logjam

Legal Logjam

How a bill that would loosen restrictions at state psychiatric hospitals died in committee

Where Are All The Doctors?

Where Are All The Doctors?

Providing care when shortage is the new normal

'Preventable Tragedies'

'Preventable Tragedies'

Advocates say Washington's Involuntary Treatment Act needs an update

A Crime of Insanity

A Crime of Insanity

Dispelling myths surrounding the insanity defense

Patients and Prisoners

Patients and Prisoners

To some, Eastern State Hospital is no longer a place to heal, but rather a grim prison from which there is no escape

'A Very Big Risk'

'A Very Big Risk'

Why, despite state law, the mentally ill languish in jails while awaiting evaluations

'These People are Us'

'These People are Us'

A primer on mental health, the costs and the high stakes for Americans

Locked Away

Locked Away

From the Spokane jail, Amanda Cook sent heartbreaking letters to her family. But help would come too late

Fear and Banned Books

Fear and Banned Books

Why every mother should buy her son Sherman Alexie's controversial novel

Inside the Donut

Inside the Donut

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

Vesting Interests

Vesting Interests

We can be pro-development and anti-sprawl, and David Condon knows it

Making Things Right

Making Things Right

Lessons from my father about justice

Scorched-Earth Stalemate

Scorched-Earth Stalemate

Looks like President Obama is in for a rough finish, but amid all the inaction, there may be a silver lining

A Hate/Love Relationship

A Hate/Love Relationship

When Spokane disappoints, why stay?

A Nutty Gun Policy

A Nutty Gun Policy

Why allowing concealed weapons on Idaho campuses is a special kind of stupidity

Super-sized Spokane

Super-sized Spokane

Publisher's Note

Road to Relevance

Road to Relevance

Both parties are on the wrong track for the midterm elections; here's how the Republicans can win this fall

Lock and Learn

Lock and Learn

Even Brigham Young University won't allow guns on campus, but the state of Idaho may join six states that do

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