Issue of

Nov 12-18, 2009

Vol. 17, No. 5

 Digital Edition


  • Trouble at Ft. Hood

    A local soldier describes the shock at Fort Hood and what it may mean for soldiers seeking help

    By Kevin Taylor

  • Machine Politics

    Both political parties used to ignore Spokane City Council races. Not anymore.

    By Nicholas Deshais

  • Rekindling Kendall

    After much speculation, it becomes official: A new developer will try to resurrect Kendall Yards

    By Daniel Walters

  • What Just Happened?

    Proposition 4, a revolution in the Valley, a recount in Coeur d'Alene and Eyman's latest. Welcome to democracy.

    By Inlander Staff






  • Don't Panic

    Though he didn’t intend to, Roland Emmerich has made the funniest end-of-the-world film ever

    By Maryann Johanson

  • Cougar Town

    No, this show has nothing to do with Pullman, Wash.

    By Lisa Fairbanks-Rossi

  • The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3

    How did the New York subway system not kill Denzel Washington during the filming of this movie?

    By Kevin Taylor

  • Borderlands

    Borderlands obliterates the boundaries between shooter and RPG, delivering dynamic, dramatic firefights defined by personal choice.

    By Marty Demarest

  • Full of Static

    In Pirate Radio, the plot and tone don’t rock at all. It’s a movie adrift.

    By Maryann Johanson

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