Issue of

Nov 15-21, 2012

Vol. 20, No. 5

News

  • Imam Wanted

    After more than a year of searching, the Islamic Center of Spokane still hasn’t found an imam to lead

    By Daniel Walters

  • Abominable Evidence

    Even Idaho’s Sasquatch-believer professor doesn’t buy the latest yeti hype out of Russia

    By Daniel Walters

  • What Now?

    FAQs on Washington’s initiatives and referendums

    By Heidi Groover and Daniel Walters

  • A State Divided

    Democrats won big statewide, just not around Spokane; plus, Anne Kirkpatrick is heading back to police work

    By Heidi Groover and Jacob Jones

  • Pay Day

    The mayor’s budget gives management big pay raises

    By Joe O'Sullivan

  • Lost in the Mix

    The expanding police state tops the annual list of stories underreported by the mainstream media

    By Yael Chanoff

  • More is Less

    As the need for food assistance grows, everyone’s getting a little less

    By Heidi Groover

  • Snow Ready

    The region gets ready as the season’s first snow falls

    By Jacob Jones

Comment

Culture

Food

Music

  • Perpetual Motion

    The Makers guitar legend Jamie Frost has turned his eyes to a more complicated “contraption”

    By Gawain Fadeley

  • Good + Evil = Rock

    Cain and Abel? Scar and Mufasa? Cursive adds another pair of dueling brothers to the classic storytelling theme

    By Alan Sculley

Film

  • Faking It

    Red Dawn is supposed to happen in Spokane, which is apparently a great place to fight communism

    By Mike Bookey

  • Political History

    Spielberg’s Lincoln dives into the details of our most revered president

    By Ed Symkus

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