Vol. 17, No. 18
Keeping Spokane’s elevators safe is a job for more than one man
By Nicholas Deshais
If the state has agreed to keep Pine Lodge open a year, why are inmates being prepped for transfer?
By Kevin Taylor
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
Dog thieves, farmers markets and a very excited West Central!!!
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
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
Color Spokane's U-District Green
The U-District could become a model of sustainable growth in the city. Just ask the Dutchman who runs Portland State.
By Paul K. Haeder
"Healing Hearts," Kathy Magliato
The memoirs of a female heart surgeon — from cracking open a woman's chest to massaging a still-beating heart
By Michael Bowen
Eight-track tapes, the telegraph, disco and — soon, perhaps — cursive writing
Practice diaries from two musicians who have to be perfect this weekend
For the Bird?
Spokane is about to get a little more Boo Radley-obsessed than it already is
Honky Tonk Tanks
This is the worst Interplayers show we’ve seen in nearly 20 years
"Enter the Magical Mystery Chambers," Wu-Tang Clan vs. the Beatles
A Rock, An Island
As one half of Simon and Garfunkel, Garfunkel was the more popular and recognized member.
By Jon Brown
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
Eating Cheap in Downtown Spokane
Twenty-two affordable eateries from Andy's to Zola
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Victory stands for Washington, Colville Tribes as Supreme Court declines to hear mining company's pollution case
By Samantha Wohlfeil
Meet three Spokane women whose home design Instagram feeds inspire devoted followers
By Chey Scott
In accounting for missing and murdered Native Americans, a new report says Washington state has more work to do
Harvard rescinds admission for Parkland student over ‘offensive’ comments
By The New York Times
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