Vol. 17, No. 20
Attorney Breean Beggs goes private; plus, the latest buzz from Pine Lodge and Apple
By Kevin Taylor
The sheriff says the right men are behind bars, while a county commissioner hopes someone re-examines the case of three convicted robbers
By Jacob H. Fries
The Search for Stinky
Searching for a young cat that alerted tenants to the Alaskan Tavern fire
Two Roads Diverge
The plan to transform Spokane Valley took six years and $1 million to create. Why does the new City Council want to kill it?
By Daniel Walters
Womb To Grow
Surrogacy would become profitable under the provisions of a proposed Washington state law
By Natalie Johnson
House of Thieves
Lessons of Elouise Cobell’s landmark case against the U.S.
By Paul Vandevelder
A Hiking Guide to Washington
A great guide for the road-warrior hiker. But where are all the Spokane hikes?
By Nicholas Deshais
Rick Kenney writes challenging poems. So let yourself be challenged
By Michael Bowen
Make a Joyful Noise
Jazz vocalist Dee Daniels leads a gospel choir at Moscow’s Lionel Hampton Festival
Let's Be Friends
Local society blooms, celebrates first birthday
By Blair Tellers
What's Not Cookin'
Give a man Raw, he eats for a day (and it’s expensive). Teach a man Raw, and he eats for a lifetime (and it’s cheaper).
By Luke Baumgarten
Bars in Sandpoint
Fourteen bars, taverns and lounges from 219 to Trinity
By Inlander Staff
Searching for low-brow booze across Spokane
Bars in Downtown Spokane
Eighty-six bars, taverns and lounges from A to Zola
Bars in Spokane Valley
Twenty-six bars, taverns and lounges from Ambrosia to Yardley
Bars in Pullman/Moscow
Twenty-three bars, taverns and lounges from the Angry Bear to the ZZU
The Search for the Holy Grail
Three Spokane-area drinks you need to try. Plus a lot of crap to avoid.
By Joel Smith
Bars on Spokane's South Hill
Sixteen bars, taverns and lounges on the south side
Bars in the Coeur d'Alene Area
Thirty-six bars, taverns and lounges from 315 to the Wine Cellar
Five area bartenders sound off on pet peeves, pet projects and why they do what they do
Seeking an echo of an old scene at the Inland Northwest’s hotel bars
One Drink To Rule Them All
Seattle has recently become world-famous for a drink it didn’t invent. We need to take ourselves more seriously.
Bars on Spokane's North Side
Forty-seven bars taverns and lounges from the 7th Rail to Working Class Heroes
"Dear God, I Hate Myself," Xiu Xiu
Xiu Xiu strips away the silliness (occasionally) to show how impassioned and talented they truly are
By Leah Sottile
"True Devotion," Rocky Votolato
Rocky Votolato draws out the essence of the evergreens and cool Pacific streams
By Seth Sommerfeld
I Am Better Than You
Jinx has seen the future, and the future is Jinx
By Jorma Knowles
Rust in Peace is 20 years old, and Dave Mustaine is finally chilling out a little
By Jon Brown
So Cow blends a lot of cultures that don’t usually go together to make weird little pop songs
By Jordy Byrd
Increase your odds in the office Oscar pool. Go see the nominated short films.
Dante’s Inferno burns bright but brief
By Marty Demarest
Kevin Smith has some ‘splaining to do
By Maryann Johanson
The Ricky Gervais Show
Laughing at how weird dudes talk: It’s the Ricky Gervais Freak Show!
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Two warming center operators have been fighting for their own reputations - and against each other
Electric vehicles are needed to meet climate goals, but without recycling, their batteries pose a huge problem
By Samantha Wohlfeil
WSU students bring authentic Chinese food and bubble tea to downtown Pullman
By Melina Ernst
Police liability attorney argues that controversial and violent Spokane arrest was 'lawful but awful'
By Josh Kelety
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