Vol. 17, No. 29
It's not as giant as they had originally thought, but at least scientists can say that Giant Palouse Earthworms really exist
By Leah Sottile
The U.N. and City Hall
A year after the mayor’s sustainability plan was approved, local activists launch a campaign to repeal it.
By Nicholas Deshais
Are You Smarter Than a Third-Grader?
Elementary efforts to help Chief Garry; plus, Democrats on the future of the Snake River.
By Kevin Taylor
In the struggle of squirrels versus humanity, who takes precedence?
By Natalie Johnson
Tax Me, Please
Efforts to change Washington state’s regressive tax system is coming from an unlikely place: the rich.
By Daniel Walters
Work In Progress
By Paul K. Haeder
Happy Bing Day!
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
The True Ruben
Nine months after his death, a Ruben Trejo retrospective conjures memories of the teacher, father and man
By Carrie Scozzaro
When a journalist gets laid off, a fable about metaphysics and government control happens.
'Ruben Trejo: Beyond Boundaries,' Edited by Ben Mitchell
Your travel guide to the MAC's Ruben Trejo exhibit
The Oracle at Cheney
Last week, EWU began a push to raise $20 Million to create a campus in the Middle East
By Luke Baumgarten
Lips Together is a depressing, funny play that thrives in live performance.
By Michael Bowen
From fantastical ice battles to 1970s guitar wankery, this is a show you should not miss
'New Amerykah, Part Two: Return of the Ankh,' Erykah Badu
Five albums in, Badu is still playing and experimenting.
Changing of the Guard
Seattle’s Vanguard will send one final love letter to Spokane before breaking up
By Dustin Carroll
'All in Good Time,' Barenaked Ladies
Polished pop from suddenly-cool Canada
An Opaque Flutter
The Yellow Handkerchief tells an old story, and this version reveals even less than usual.
By Ed Symkus
A deeply quirky indie romance. And not just for the usual reasons.
By Joel Smith
Party Down plays like a wry middle-finger rebuke to Entourage.
Five years ago, France gave SFCC a film festival. Kind of. It’s been hard work to keep it going.
By Carey Jackson
Speedy and sleek, MotoGP 09/10 wins the racing game race by a detailed stretch.
By Marty Demarest
Downtown Frolicking 101
From Booze Day to billiards: Everything you're gonna wanna do on Bloomsday weekend.
By Blair Tellers
Participation — particularly among women — in Bloomsday is growing. Plus, d-tags and Bloomsfest.
By Inlander Staff
Helping you pick winners even faster than the Kenyans run
Like Running Barefoot
Minimalist shoes motivate your feet into doin’ what comes natur’ly
Your Own Personal Paparazzi
Three dozen photographers stationed around the course means several personalized photos of each Bloomie.
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A Sandpoint mother feared that one day her troubled son would end up dead; turns out, nothing prepares you for it
By Josh Kelety
How an Inland Northwest Culinary Academy graduate landed an internship at one of the best restaurants in the world
By Chey Scott
Experts say Washington's new higher education bill is one of the smartest ways to make college more affordable
By Wilson Criscione
Brunch at Bon Bon; plus, a new beer stop in Post Falls and a bakery coming to West Spokane
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