Vol. 17, No. 5
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
Both political parties used to ignore Spokane City Council races. Not anymore.
By Nicholas Deshais
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
Down for the Count
Newspapers are hurting, but journalism is still crucial
By Paul K. Haeder
Flying the Aging Skies
As Congress considers how to replace Fairchild's tankers, time is of the essence
By Brigadier General Thomas C. Pinckney
"The Trump Card," Ivanka Trump
A much more enlightening read than anything Paris Hilton ever wrote
By Tammy Marshall
The Next Step
With the Lorinda Knight Gallery closing, what’s next for art in Spokane?
By Erika Prins
Top restaurants teamed up last Friday to provide great food for a great cause
By Anne McGregor
Super Vegan Myth Slayer
Sarah Kramer says veganism is easy and inexpensive
By Luke Baumgarten
Band for Sale
All Time Low plans to be the next big thing. No matter what you say
By Seth Sommerfeld
No Bones About It
Political music, not musical politics
By Chris Dreyer
"Splendor in the Grass," Pink Martini
Lose yourself in Pink Martini's big, bold, timeless sounds
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
The band’s poppy challenge to their staunch rocker fans
By Joel Hartse
The Twilight Saga: New Moon Soundtrack
I know what you’re thinking, “Ugh... more Twilight?” But look at the track list for the new Twilight soundtrack.
Ian Anderson used to front Jethro Tull standing on one leg. We hope he still does that.
By Jon Brown
"Blueprint 3," Jay-Z
The final installment of Jay-Z’s Blueprint trilogy
By Leah Sottile
Though he didn’t intend to, Roland Emmerich has made the funniest end-of-the-world film ever
By Maryann Johanson
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?
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.
Work in Progress
Mark Few on life with nine freshmen from around the globe. Plus, previews of the men's hoops teams.
By Howie Stalwick
This Changes Everything
WSU men’s basketball faces life after Tony Bennett
Will opponents underestimate what could be the best Gonzaga women’s team ever? Plus, previews of the women's teams.
What Else is Out There?
A Zag decides to do a little acting
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Spokane Police Guild endorses Woodward, Boris Johnson to become UK prime minister, and other headlines
By Josh Kelety
Saying his 'days are numbered,' activist Alfredo LLamedo urges community to carry message of compassion
By Wilson Criscione
Whether you're driving through or sitting down, here are five Inland Northwest burgers that won't break the bank
By Nathan Weinbender
The Alvarez family opened Tarascon Empanadas restaurant in Spokane because no one else was making the Argentinian dish
By Arcelia Martin
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