Chris Stein

Chris Stein is a staff writer at The Inlander. He covers social services, downtown Spokane, Eastern Washington and Spokane city hall. His work has been published by the Associated Press, VeloNews and the Santa Barbara Independent. He was raised in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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  • Ready for Anything

    Developing agility may help prevent injury
      Agility is what keeps an off-balance football player from going head-first into the turf. It’s what keeps an errant diver from belly-flopping into an Olympicsize swimming pool.
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  • PAML's Next Step

      Francisco Velazquez insists on symmetry. Even sitting at a huge table flanked by leather-backed chairs and a jumble of expensive video equipment, he makes sure his Blackberry and iPhone (the former for business, the latter for pleasure) are situated in neat symmetry with each other.
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  • Burns Out

    As the city scrambles to keep Tim Burns around for a while longer, the police ombudsman says he may leave his post anyway
      The city administration announced last week that police ombudsman Tim Burns’s tenure would be coming to an end. But as for who is going to take over for him, when that changeover will take
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  • Political Mind Games

    Matt Shea starts another controversy, this time with Facebook; plus, eastside racism?
      WHO'S INTIMIDATING WHOM? In the primary election, State Rep. Matt Shea, R-Spokane Valley, dominated his Democratic challenger Amy Biviano, with 57 percent of the vote. His top finish came desp
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  • Invisible Wounds

    For veterans, the war continues long after they’ve left the battlefield
      As his loved ones dashed to their cars

      and the police fielded 911 calls about a despondent man at a cemetery, Ed Pace sat on a bluff overlooking the Spokane River, an iPhone and a Smith &Wesson .44-caliber pistol in his hands.
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