Issue of

Feb 11-17, 2010

Vol. 17, No. 18


  • Elevator Economics

    Keeping Spokane’s elevators safe is a job for more than one man

    By Nicholas Deshais

  • Moving Target

    If the state has agreed to keep Pine Lodge open a year, why are inmates being prepped for transfer?

    By Kevin Taylor

  • Helping Haiti

    Because of the immediate need, cash is best when it comes to donations for Haiti. But here are multiple ways to help.

    By Leah Sottile

  • Ill-Begotten Pup

    Dog thieves, farmers markets and a very excited West Central!!!

    By Nicholas Deshais

  • Seeking Hope

    Saving Haiti is a doomed mission, a CdA doctor says — a doomed mission that’s worth fighting

    By Daniel Walters

  • A Not- So-Simple Story

    Trapped under a collapsed house, an American researcher survives. And wants you to know this: Haiti looks different from inside.

    By Laura Wagner

  • Hoarding H1N1

    The swine flu epidemic that never was, and all the vaccines we never used

    By Natalie Johnson

  • What He Saw

    A Spokane surgeon gives a firsthand account of the disaster in Haiti

    By Blair Tellers





  • Damages

    If you think our synopsis of Damages is dizzying, try watching the show

    By Lisa Fairbanks-Rossi

  • Divinity II: Ego Draconis

    Divinity II may be the most awe-inspiring RPG since Oblivion, but its glitches, too, are on an epic scale.

    By Marty Demarest

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