Vol. 17, No. 22
Monkey with the New Inlander.com
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By Joel Smith
Lost at Sea
A local boy watches his ship go down in the Atlantic Ocean and spends two days on the open sea
By Nicholas Deshais
Red Light, Green Light
Sandpoint bypass construction prep reveals an older, raunchier city
By Kevin Taylor
Everything you wanted to know about state-sponsored executions
By Daniel Walters
For Whom the Bike Tolls
A ghost bike appears in Spokane. Leaders ponder the next move.
Higher education is a great leveler and — especially in these times — a safety net we can’t afford to tear apart
By Paul K. Haeder
Arthur of Arabia
How a local man may have found millennia-old antiquities in his mom's garage
By Luke Baumgarten
Big in the Small-Time
Whitworth’s vying for a national championship on the back of a kid who was cut from his high school team
By Howie Stalwick
What happens when you just wanna dance, and can’t? Or when you just wanna listen?
By Michael Bowen
'The Lost Books of the Odyssey,' Zachary Mason
Imagine The Odyssey squeezed through an M.C. Escher grinder — the resulting sausage doesn’t look heroic.
There’s a new gourmet pizza delivery chain with national ambitions in the Lake City. Here’s how it stacks up.
By Carrie Scozzaro
'Earthology,' the Whitefield Bros.
The Whitefield Brothers spent a decade and a half traveling the world and have now produced something that makes you comfortable with world music
By Chris Dreyer
When amps collided with iambic pentameter, the Metal Shakespeare Company was born
'Odd Blood,' Yeasayer
The album sags in the latter half, but the first five tracks comprise some of the greatest weird pop released so far this year.
By Jeff Echert
The Class of 2010
In its ninth (and maybe final) year, the RAWK Final Four pits five young bands against each other
By Leah Sottile
Ted Leo is punk rock — in the most traditional sense of the phrase
By Seth Sommerfeld
Coincidence brings together people who remember too much of things past
By Ed Symkus
KORG DS-10 Plus
A simulated synthesizer, the KORG DS-10 Plus is limited only by its size and its players’ imaginations.
By Marty Demarest
Bourne Beyond the Wire
You can’t just fictionalize actual events and ignore their real-life consequences. The makers of Green Zone did.
By Maryann Johanson
Monty Python: Almost the Truth
Blessed are the cheese makers
Loved the 1989 Ron Howard film, but the television series fails to stand out
By Lisa Fairbanks-Rossi
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Director of the National Coalition for the Homeless says Nadine Woodward's homelessness-addiction math doesn't add up
In a market awash in cheap footwear, Frank's Boots and Saad's Shoe Repair hope to remind the public not to give up on their shoes
By Josh Kelety
At Sharpstuff - a busy local knife-sharpening home business - no knife gets left behind
A deep dive on what Spokane candidates had to say about climate change
By Samantha Wohlfeil
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