Vol. 17, No. 32
We've all gone crazy. Sign here to prove it.
By Nicholas Deshais
At the Crossroads
It’s official: Spokane likes bikes; plus, protests over the police ombudsman.
By Inlander Staff
But Will It Work?
That’s the question looming around the property tax plan to reduce dropout rates.
By Daniel Walters
An effort by local activists to repeal the mayor’s sustainability programs gets derailed.
Leaking Laissez Faire
“Strong government” requires clear mandates and authority to carry out those mandates.
By Robert Herold
Bike to Work Week proves (again) that we think big.
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
Out of Exile
By letting it all hang out at the end of their biggest creative burst, the Rolling Stones left their mark on music.
The Duke of Gold
A century ago, miners in Pend Oreille County produced tons of gold and silver — with a ram for a mascot.
By Jack Nisbet
We don’t know ourselves as well as we think — and a chuckle-worthy sex farce at Interplayers proves it.
By Michael Bowen
The French, Fried
One German maestro rates the Frenchiness of Friday night's French music.
'A Wicked History: Alexander the Great,' by Doug Wilhelm
The gory parts of Scholastic’s history-for-kids series (stabbings!
beheadings!) also appeal to adults.
Not-so-adult entertainment on Sprague. Plus, barbeque and trade magazines.
By Carey Jackson
South Perry Pizza keeps it wonderfully simple.
By Lauren McAllister
Somebody get Queen Latifah a decent film role.
By Maryann Johanson
A man with responsibilities acts like a little boy. Is that so bad? The women of Nine think it isn’t all that good.
Like Myth Busters for British car geeks.
By Blair Tellers
Monster Hunter Tri
Monster Hunter Tri kills with both skill and style.
By Marty Demarest
Hopefully the Shrek series will end at a quadrilogy. We’re running out of synonyms for “contrived.”
Love's Labour's Lost
Picking Chris Egan over Gael Garcia Bernal? That’s a Shakespearean tragedy.
'Sinter Songs EP,' The Globes
The ex-Spokane band's new EP simmers without boiling over.
By Julia Lipscomb
When all else fails, Neil Diamond’s always a crowd favorite.
By Jordy Byrd
'Through the Dark,' Mark Ward
Through the Dark proves why Mark Ward is considered one of Spokane's finest musicians.
By Leah Sottile
Local Natives produces familiar music with enviable results.
By Jeff Echert
How We Picked 'Em
This year we murdered Buzzworthy and went through months of labor to birth Bands to Watch. Ouch.
Bands to Watch: Ze Krau
The four members have been in 12 Spokane bands — but they think they finally nailed it with Ze Krau.
By Luke Baumgarten
We threw four local CDs to four members of the music community for their honest feedback. Here's what they had to say.
Bands to Watch: Jaeda
As the first lady of Spokane hip-hop, Jaeda's pretty sure she'll prove you wrong.
Tonight! Five bands, belly dancers, a burlesque troupe and a marching band. Awesome!
Bands to Watch: Matthew Winters
A Spokane metal kid pushes the boundaries of what an acoustic singer/songwriter act can be.
Bands to Watch: FAUS
FAUS is thrashy, loud, sweaty and provocative. And extremely entertaining.
Bands to Watch: Space Opera 77
Space Opera 77 doesn't want you to just listen to them — they want you to experience them.
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A sweeping homeless camping ban that passed by 75% of voters in November isn't being enforced — city leaders say it poses too big of a legal risk
By Nate Sanford
From bluegrass prodigy to Americana mainstay to the folk pop of Polaroid Lovers, Sarah Jarosz continues to excel and evolve
By Seth Sommerfeld
The Garland returns, new music venue; plus, new music!
After nearly 20 years of study, the Upper Columbia River could become a Superfund site
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