Vol. 17, No. 34
Rossi’s in, Ward’s out — so what just happened?
By Daniel Walters
A Towering Imbroglio
The City Council OKs the latest round in an epic battle to build a 150-foot office in West Central.
By Kevin Taylor
The Sheriff and His Jail
A recent round of layoffs prompted by a low jail population has many people wondering why a new, larger jail is necessary.
By Nicholas Deshais
Frisbees, Bikes and a Conspiracy?
Will another disc golf course rise in Peaceful Valley? Plus, the Valley and Coeur d’Alene get hip to bikes.
By Daniel Walters, Joel Smith and Kevin Taylor
Real School Reform
Diane Ravitch, one of the more highly regarded observers of public education...
By Robert Herold
The 3-S Test
Sometime around the time Barack Obama won the White House...
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
'War,' Sebastian Junger
War is sexy.
The Anna Marie Show
How do you prepare to interview an Oscar-winning, four-times-married, bipolar TV star?
By Michael Bowen
Your guide to Get Down in Browne's.
By Inlander Staff
Pop-up restaurants and clandestine dinner clubs are about to change the way the Inland Northwest thinks about food.
By Luke Baumgarten
A Taste of Home
The new South Hill branch of Mariupol Deli joins Spokane’s Russian markets in offering familiar flavors and news of home to the local Slavic population.
By Kirsten Harrington
Coffee roasting in Sandpoint. Plus, Empyrean Coffee is making pizza.
Search our map of all the Inland Northwest's food carts.
Olympia’s RVIVR resuscitates punk music that has intention and meaning.
By Leah Sottile
In case you missed it, here are some snapshots from our Inlander music extravaganza.
'Together,' the New Pornographers
Sixties-themed power pop from Canada's indie-rock icons.
By Lisa Fairbanks-Rossi
The Filth and the Fury
Elkfest may rule during the day, but the night belongs to Junkfest.
By Jorma Knowles
'Selections from Leave Your Sleep,' Natalie Merchant
The best of Merchant's new double record — a concept album exploring the ins and outs of childhood.
Picking Up Speed
A part-German, part-Spokanite band, the Black Taxis saw fast popularity in Europe. And now they’re going to try to win over America — starting here.
By E.J. Iannelli
The TV Season in Review
We lost Lost and Heroes, but we also gained a fair amount this year.
That Forgetting Sarah Marshall spinoff? Funnier, actually, than the original.
By Ed Symkus
Red Dead Redemption
A great big wild and Western world without much room for growth.
By Marty Demarest
Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans
Hated Ghost Rider? This movie will restore your faith in Nicolas Cage.
Not Enough Splice
For a film dealing with "multispecies morphogens," this is a pretty common breed of sci-fi thriller.
By Maryann Johanson
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Yep, Idaho, cannabis is coming
By Will Maupin
CONCERT ANNOUNCEMENTS: Tool, Weezer, Ice Cube and more slot Spokane stops
By Nathan Weinbender
First US case of coronavirus hits Snohomish County, day two of impeachment trial begins, and other headlines
By Quinn Welsch
A small development at the edge of Browne's Addition has come under fire, in part because of its proximity to a tribal burial site
By Samantha Wohlfeil
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