Vol. 17, No. 21
The future of the YMCA; plus, revisions to the city’s initiative process
By Nicholas Deshais
Excuse My French
The state’s legal codes watch their language. Sarah Palin would be pleased.
The feds want feedback on their Hanford cleanup plan — and last week they got it
By Natalie Johnson
It's Grinding time
Everything hits the wall in Olympia as services and spending are finalized
By Kevin Taylor
Turning a rundown park with a bad reputation into a disc golf haven is no simple task
By Daniel Walters
Saving the Y, Part Two
We don’t need more open space in Riverfront Park. We should preserve the old YMCA building.
By Robert Herold
Joe's First Truck
A Spokane story, from the Great Depression to today
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
SFCC and The Inlander’s theater critic have the audacity to edit the Bard
Your pop culture guide to Pagliacci
By Blair Tellers
Big Hair, Big Laughs
In laughing and crying, in camaraderie and tragedy, the Civic’s six-woman ensemble mostly succeeds in Steel Magnolias
By Michael Bowen
The Big Book of Soul - Stephanie Bird
How much do you really know about "voodoo"?
By Tammy Marshall
ChatRoulette is hilarious, disturbing, entertaining and odd. Kinda like real life.
By Leah Sottile
Bibim Bap is Korean for the best comfort food you’ve never heard of
By Carey Jackson
This Addiction - Alkaline Trio
Pretty good, if it weren't for Dan Andriano's voice.
By Seth Sommerfeld
Space Opera 77 has figured out glam rock. Now they just need to work out a decent demo.
By Jordy Byrd
Harsh Game for the People
Cool Nutz has been representing Portland hip-hop for two decades and won’t be quitting anytime soon
By Jorma Knowles
American Gong - Quasi
The fidgety sound, the sudden change-ups: This is why you love Quasi.
The Damned United
Not your average sports drama
There’s no shock left to BioShock 2
By Marty Demarest
The Last Station, covering the final year of Tolstoy’s life, highlights the struggle between natural impulses and restraint
The Frazzled Blue Line
It’s hard out there for a pimp. Hard for actors, too, with all the flawed heroes in Brooklyn’s Finest
By Ed Symkus
No, Caprica is not Battlestar Galactica
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CONCERT REVIEW: Bob Seger's old time rock 'n' roll filled a happy Spokane Arena Thursday
By Dan Nailen
Letter: Spokane doesn't have a homeless issue
New timber factory in Spokane Valley will help economize forest health, create jobs, Washington leaders say
By Samantha Wohlfeil
John Travolta is one of our best actors. Why is he in so many terrible movies?
By Nathan Weinbender
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