Vol. 17, No. 25
Return of Garry
Chief Garry’s visage is gone, but a new art installation reflects his spirit
By Kevin Taylor
Med School Multiplier
A four-year medical school could hit Spokane with a Fairchild-level economic impact
By Daniel Walters
Finally, a decision about the YMCA; plus, the census and a police shooting
By Kevin Taylor, Natalie Johnson and Nicholas Deshais
Asylum at the Jail
As the county debates where to expand the jail, others wonder why the jail is the second-largest mental health institution in the state
By Nicholas Deshais
You can play your accordion in Riverfront Park, just not for cash — at least not yet
Why phone books are on the chopping block for greens, pols and pissed-off citizens
By Leah Sottile
Why studying American history is essential to being a good citizen
By George Nethercutt
Let's Get Along
Meet our new guest columnist: George Nethercutt. Surprised?
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
My, Mr. Rex, what big teeth you have
By Michael Bowen
Artists and nonprofits team up
to do art beyond the ordinary
By Blair Tellers
'Crazy Like Us,' Ethan Watters
When it comes to cultural imperialism, the DSM-IV is just as bad as the golden arches
Spokane won’t see Melissa Gilbert in Little House. So what are we going to see?
The only real problem with the delightful Ginger is the crush of people waiting to eat there
By Lauren McAllister
What's for Dinner?
We’re thinking more and more about the food we eat, but are we coming to any conclusions?
By Steve Wing
'Everyday Chemistry,' The Beatles
But wait — this ain’t no typical Beatles mash-up.
By Chris Dreyer
The 'C' Word
David Bazan is no longer Christian, but he can’t stop singing about God
By Seth Sommerfeld
'Strange Keys to Untune Gods’ Firmament,' Skullflower
Like cramming an entire arena sound system into an apartment bathroom
Eye Alaska makes a soundtrack for the movie in their heads
By Jeff Echert
So Meta, So Strange
Ever wondered what would happen if David Lynch produced a Werner Herzog movie? Wonder no more
By Marc Savlov
A trip to Mexico on Dia de los Muertos
By Tammy Marshall
This picture's got the ice-cold stare, but not the ice-cold smile.
Crass of the Titans
The first version, even with Laurence Olivier, was awful. Why did they think they could do any better?
By Ed Symkus
God of War III
It’s bloody and brutal with plenty of sweeping combat, but God of War III feels a little unpolished and a lot like too many other games.
By Marty Demarest
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Shea explored tracking enemies with GPS, Idaho lab probably developed tech used in Russian crash, and other headlines
By Samantha Wohlfeil
Idaho state officials pitched creating an inmate 'community re-entry center' in Kootenai County. Then the community rebelled
By Josh Kelety
Readers respond to the Spokane Valley City Council's refusal to pass a racial equity policy
A lawsuit filed against the state's psychiatric hospitals - and inspired by an Inlander article - is dismissed thanks to a culture change
By Wilson Criscione
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