Out of Rooms

Out of Rooms

The local rental market squeezes ever tighter, spurring massive new apartment complexes, but also trapping low-income tenants without options

For Those About to Rock

For Those About to Rock

Spokane punks are inspired to throw a benefit show after vandalism at the Salish School

Know Your Neighbor

Know Your Neighbor

Inside the effort to build the region's first cohousing development

Suds Collective

Suds Collective

A new beer bar is bringing life back into a historic building on East Sprague

The Unusual Suspects

The Unusual Suspects

Steven Soderbergh comes out of retirement for the breezy, Southern-fried heist comedy Logan Lucky

Taste of the Past

Taste of the Past

A special fundraiser dinner in Moscow explores culinary and local history

At Last?

At Last?

A pair of proposed bills aim to end national cannabis prohibition

C'mon, Get Happy!

C'mon, Get Happy!

By turning that frown upside down, President Trump might just start to turn around his presidency

Another Moral Failure

Another Moral Failure

After Charlottesville, President Trump can't hide — and he has nowhere to run

Gaining Traction

Gaining Traction

More charter schools are on the way in Washington state, possibly signaling increased confidence that they won't be shut down

Know Your Neighbor

Know Your Neighbor

Inside the effort to build the region's first cohousing development

Getting Away with It

Getting Away with It

The state of sexual crime in Idaho remains dire for its mostly young, female victims

Meet Your Brewer: Mark Irvin

Meet Your Brewer: Mark Irvin

The No-Li founder, now head brewer at Bennidito's Brewpub, reflects on region's craft beer industry over the decades

Casting Shadows

Casting Shadows

How to enjoy the solar eclipse right here in the Inland Northwest

Jake and Jill

Jake and Jill

To play Tosca, soprano Jill Gardner had to learn how to hate her husband

Serious Laughs

Serious Laughs

Michael Ian Black's insightful approach to comedy defies easy labels

Trailblazers

Trailblazers

Million Dollar Quartet explores the magic of a legendary recording session in December 1956

For Your Consideration

For Your Consideration

Sweet treats, a fantastic read and Aussie summer sounds

A Northwest Original

A Northwest Original

Former Coeur d'Alene Brewing founder T.W. Fisher celebrates 30 years of hometown pride and experience with his new pub

Not so Neat

Not so Neat

One man's search for whiskey-based cocktails beyond the "bourbon, straight" life

Food Triangle

Food Triangle

A local farmer, chef and organizer unite to encourage more female participation in the farm-to-table movement

A Tale of Two Cities

A Tale of Two Cities

Spokane songwriter Dario Ré releases a new album, which reflects his time spent between Montreal and Spokane

Cinematic Wasteland

Cinematic Wasteland

Stephen King's magnum opus finally comes to the screen: The Dark Tower will likely confuse neophytes and disappoint fans

Voodoo Doll

Voodoo Doll

Annabelle: Creation is the latest horror franchise entry to rely more on cheap jump scares than atmosphere

For Those About to Rock

For Those About to Rock

Spokane punks are inspired to throw a benefit show after vandalism at the Salish School

Bayou Badass

Bayou Badass

Trombone Shorty is an ambassador of modern New Orleans with deep musical roots in the Big Easy

Family Ties

Family Ties

Jeannette Walls' bestselling memoir gets the Hollywood treatment, bolstered by a trio of sterling performances

The Unusual Suspects

The Unusual Suspects

Steven Soderbergh comes out of retirement for the breezy, Southern-fried heist comedy Logan Lucky

Pot Town

Pot Town

At the edge of California's Mojave Desert, you may soon find the country's first cannabis-focused community

Casting Shadows

Casting Shadows

How to enjoy the solar eclipse right here in the Inland Northwest

56 Things for $10 or Less to Eat Right Now

Cheap Eats Guide

56 Things for $10 or Less to Eat Right Now

Get Out, Get Wild!

Outdoors Issue

Get Out, Get Wild!

It Works On Multiple Levels

Summer Guide

It Works On Multiple Levels

Powerful Spirit

Scholastic Fantastic

Powerful Spirit

Ten Years

Ten Years

Charity Corner: Partnering for Progress

Treatment and Testing

Treatment and Testing

Spokane-based PAML streamlines its laboratory testing; also, a local neurologist offers a new Parkinson's treatment

Passing the Torch

Passing the Torch

Arguably Spokane's most active philanthropic couple, Dave and Mari Clack reflect on years of helping medical students feel at home in Spokane

Smooth Sailing

Smooth Sailing

100 percent local: All-natural beauty based in Plummer, Idaho

Mystery Poem

Mystery Poem

Genealogy can be an engrossing hobby — especially when you stumble upon somebody else's story

The New Black

The New Black

Activated charcoal isn't new, but is it really as magical as its marketing claims?

No Meat? No Problem

No Meat? No Problem

Fresh and hot off the grill, plant-based recipes can be just as flavorful as their meaty counterparts

Can-Do Attitude

Can-Do Attitude

How to savor summer's bounty long after the warm sun has set

Sweet Salvage

Sweet Salvage

100% Local: A new cider from local backyards, roadside trees and abandoned orchards

Companions in Health

Companions in Health

From the editor: Furry companions can be good for your health

Medication Mishaps

Medication Mishaps

Pill Box: Pay attention to the details upon being discharged

What's In Your Genes?

What's In Your Genes?

Genetic testing is poised to radically alter the future of health care

Reaching Out

Reaching Out

Providence Health Care reaches across the state line to form an alliance with Kootenai Health

Walking for Water

Walking for Water

Charity Corner: The Spokenya Run and Walk

Books to Grow By

Books to Grow By

Expert advice on how parents can approach the exhilarating, frustrating, delightful and humbling work of raising kids

Veggie Tales

Veggie Tales

Science says to eat more plants and less meat — here's why

Just the Flax

Just the Flax

Superfood: Fighting cancer and aiding the cardiovascular system both possible benefits

Failure to Launch

Failure to Launch

"Adulting" is a thing now: Are kids acquiring the skills to navigate real life?

Pot Town

Pot Town

At the edge of California's Mojave Desert, you may soon find the country's first cannabis-focused community

At Last?

At Last?

A pair of proposed bills aim to end national cannabis prohibition

Crunching the Numbers

Crunching the Numbers

Let's take a look at marijuana data in Spokane

Hot on the Market

Hot on the Market

A look at a few new cannabis products worth trying

Green Vacations

Green Vacations

Inside the creative world of canna-tourism

Summer Reading

Summer Reading

Become a whiz of the cannabis biz with these books

Banana Ice Cream Popsicles

Banana Ice Cream Popsicles

Put the green in the coconut, and mix it all together

Turn it Up, Man!

Turn it Up, Man!

Listening while stoned — weed-friendly albums and bands

A Regional Classic

A Regional Classic

Seattle's Hempfest might be "king of the protestivals"

Meet Your Budtender

Meet Your Budtender

Q&A with Paul Faulkner, supervisor of Cinder's new downtown pot shop

Sin City Goes Green

Sin City Goes Green

Nevada's recreational cannabis market has gone live — here's how it compares to Washington

Sip Over Smoke

Sip Over Smoke

A look at some of the cannabis-infused beverages on the market

Celebrate Summer

Celebrate Summer

A rundown of cannabis events happening in the state of Washington

Saying No

Saying No

The Spokane Regional Health District reminds expecting mothers that cannabis and pregnancy don't mix

Green Greens

Green Greens

Washington will soon be the first state to have organically certified cannabis

Hot Topic

Hot Topic

Getting caught up on recent cannabis news from other states

Festival Hookup

Festival Hookup

On the eve of Sasquatch!, checking in with the cannabis shop closest to the Gorge Amphitheatre

Hardy Fiber

Hardy Fiber

Washington could become a leader in industrial hemp production

Playing Defense

Playing Defense

A provision in the federal budget bill aims to protect the medical cannabis industry

Here's the Rub

Here's the Rub

Cannabis ointments might be the cure for what ails you

Roll 'Em Up!

Roll 'Em Up!

Creating the perfect joint

War on Weed

War on Weed

How Washington's governor, attorney general and legislators are arming themselves for battle with the feds

Assembly Required

Assembly Required

How to roll the perfect fat joint

Power to Pot

Power to Pot

Why incentives for legal cannabis producers to become more efficient aren't available to everyone

What's in a Name?

What's in a Name?

The art and science of giving monikers to strains

Wake and Bake

Wake and Bake

One Spokane B&B is getting in on the action

The Bud Biz

The Bud Biz

Q&A with Greenhand budtender Jerrika Morrow

Stoner Cinema

Stoner Cinema

Hollywood's track record with movies for and about pot enthusiasts isn't great, but give these trippy titles a shot

The Taxman Cometh

The Taxman Cometh

The IRS puts an undue burden on those in the cannabis industry

Tools of the Discreet

Tools of the Discreet

How to enjoy your high on the sly

TSA's 'Oops' Moment

TSA's 'Oops' Moment

Tales of an unforced Twitter error, and an oddball in the world of cannabis

Smell Test

Smell Test

How an untangling of the cannabis genome could help standardize strains for mass consumption

Paying the Piper

Paying the Piper

The consequences of lighting up in the age of global governance, and how we got here

Tremble, King Alcohol

Tremble, King Alcohol

Cannabis gains on beer as the intoxicant of choice in America

Green's Dream

Green's Dream

Can Carbon Logic change the world? A local collaboration aims to find out

Dazed and Confused

Dazed and Confused

Trickle-down fearmongering unsettles the states

Holy Smokes

Holy Smokes

Marijuana as religious sacrament in Hinduism's holiest celebration

Green at Last?

Green at Last?

Cutting the red tape around medical cannabis

Trade War

Trade War

Bartering cannabis for benefits is — you guessed it — illegal

Fake Out

Fake Out

Synthetic marijuana: still not fake news

The Kids are Alright... Right?

The Kids are Alright... Right?

The impact of marijuana legalization on Washington state's minors

Bringing It All Back Home

Bringing It All Back Home

Legal marijuana home grows: coming soon to Washington?

Oh, the Humanity

Oh, the Humanity

The murky take on marijuana and prenatal motherhood

Jokes and Tokes

Jokes and Tokes

Marijuana's close rapport with counterculture buffoonery continues

In Sickness and In Health

In Sickness and In Health

Seeing green in America's addiction to opioids

Nice and Naughty

Nice and Naughty

Gift ideas for the closeted stoner in your life

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