Vol. 17, No. 31
Caught between politics and law, Parkside Bistro and Pub will soon be bulldozed.
By Natalie Johnson
Bikes, Fire and a New Hire
Where to park your bike; plus, a fire at Hifumi En Apartments and Initiative 1068 gets fired up
By Nicholas Deshais, Joel Smith and Kevin Taylor
Does Conservation Have a Future?
Some wonder how much land the Conservation Futures program can buy.
By Nicholas Deshais
Controversy killed the WASL. Will the replacement tests face the same fate?
By Daniel Walters
Clean Water Drill
Robert Kennedy Jr. wants environmental watchdogs with teeth (or with bite)
By Kevin Taylor
By George Nethercutt
Could a house plant beat Cathy in the 5th?
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
Idaho v. Reality
Butch Otter doesn’t get it: The health care status quo is not working.
By Gina Knudson
'The Eerie Silence,' Paul Davies
Strange life forms, artifacts of alien visits — why do we assume these are in other solar systems?
By Michael Bowen
He Said What?
Elephants in the room, beware!
By Blair Tellers
Tattoo artists from all over the country will convene in Spokane this weekend. Some of them will be hanging from meat hooks.
By Carey Jackson
Is it possible to pass on my predilection for glorious mustaches?
By Joel Smith
Ethiopian food now being served in the Flour Mill. Plus, lunch at El Que and three cheers for muscat.
By Kevin Finch and Luke Baumgarten
Bad Cow Disease
Even if you love beef, it might be killing you.
By Ari Levaux
'True Love Cast Out All Evil,' Roky Erickson
Fallen psych-rock legend Roky Erikson is back with one hell of a record.
By Jeff Echert
'Here Lies Love,' David Byrne and Fatboy Slim
Two musical geniuses write a powerful musical about the life of Imelda Marcos.
By Leah Sottile
Th’ Mole gives weird little lessons on how to be cool.
By Jorma Knowles
Every thing that Lady Antebellum thinks won't work, usually does.
By Alan Sculley
The Revolving Music Project makes shows shorter, more polished and, yet, artfully unrehearsed.
By Jordy Byrd
Alien, Terminator 2, Wrath of Khan: Meet Iron Man 2.
By Ed Symkus
Robin Hood should take from its (overly) rich plot and give to its (frustratingly) poor characterizations
By Maryann Johanson
In Great Britain, Doctor Who is Harry Potter-huge. And with good reason.
No Impact Man
Not using toilet paper is hard. Plus other non-revelations.
By Luke Baumgarten
Just Cause 2
Just Cause 2 is a big blow-’em-up that urges players to cause chaos just because they can.
By Marty Demarest
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Local delivery chains Pizza Rita and Pizza Pipeline have been sending tasty pies out across the region for three decades
By Chey Scott
Google to help Spokane small businesses, nonprofits, job seekers with day of workshops
By Samantha Wohlfeil
North Idaho legislator booted for tax fraud, most black Americans see Trump as racist, and other headlines
Spokane's new city spokesman is its old
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