Vol. 17, No. 28
Q&A: Rachael Pascal Osborn
The water lawyer on aquifers and the effects of the Clean Water Act
By Carey Jackson
Q&A: Amber Waldref
Spokane's youngest City Council member on sustainability and looking for LEED
By Jordy Byrd
Spokane Arena considers the costs and benefits of adding more seats
By Daniel Walters
Brian, Meet Sediba
In South Africa, a mother and her child fell into a sinkhole and died. Two million years later, a WSU grad found their bones
By Natalie Johnson
Q&A: Steve Faust
The Main Market man on trails, Kendall Yards and the YMCA
Q&A: Rose Dempsey
The Valley councilwoman on clean water, clean air and a clean Kellogg.
By Don Gronning
Flags for His Brothers
An Idaho man plans an epic journey to honor soldiers killed in Iraq
By Kevin Taylor
Dino, Duncan and a Bunch of Cobras
Rumors of Dino Rossi’s return; plus, news from the snake world
By Joel Smith, Kevin Taylor and Daniel Walters
Q&A: Sam Mace
The salmon-watcher on dams and free-flowing rivers
By Blair Tellers
Expo '74 and Earth Day
Some celebrations pay lip service, but Expo ’74 embodied green goals
By William T. Youngs
Whitworth’s new president says he’ll be, well, a lot like the old president
Portrait in Mediocrity
Why does Idaho keep ignoring kids?
By Mary Lou Reed
Too Bad, Boise
Conan O'Brien graced Spokane last week. Guess where he didn't go.
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
The Operator is Snorting
Lily Tomlin thinks Alan Greenspan looks like a Shar Pei. And Meryl Streep can kiss her ass.
By Michael Bowen
Smart But Unkind
“Eleemosynary”? It means “being charitable” — and the women in this play could do with more of that.
Left at the Baghdad Zoo
A Spokane writer has turned a soldier’s rescue efforts into children’s nonfiction.
By Tammy Marshall
'Shell Games,' Craig Welch
Puget Sound, 3 am: Law enforcement does surveillance on smugglers. And the contraband? Clams.
No Country for This Man
Cowboy artist Wylie Gustafson likes brands, but not labels
By Dave Maass
'Geneva,' Russian Circles
By Leah Sottile
Shearwater isn’t even clear on how or why they make the music they make
True Life Story
Holly Golightly lives a fantasy life — just like her namesake
'Under Great White Northern Lights," The White Stripes
By Nicholas Deshais
This thriller keeps piling on nuance in a tale of the best way to serve up justice.
By Ed Symkus
Behind the scenes in Neill Blomkamp's beautiful alien world
By Joel Smith
On a goose chase to uncover the biggest, most bizarre mysteries lurking beneath freshwater.
There’s no shortage of marine-life porn on cable, but seriously,
you need a theater-sized screen
Major League Baseball 2K10
By Marty Demarest
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Spokane Tribe celebrates installation of its solar initiative, a step toward energy sovereignty
By Samantha Wohlfeil
CONCERT REVIEW: Neil Young's entrancing night at The Fox
By Dan Nailen
As some states limit abortion, others move to protect abortion rights
By The New York Times
Pelosi and Trump to meet over infrastructure, Iran tensions ratcheting up, and other headlines
By Quinn Welsch
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