Vol. 17, No. 35
Shelter from the Storm
Spokane experiments in removing untreated runoff from the river.
By Kevin Taylor
The (Finally) Fightin' Fifth
Sheriff Knezovich wants to revive rehabilitation programs at Geiger. Plus, Cathy McMorris Rodgers gets a Dem challenger.
By Nicholas Deshais, Kevin Taylor and Heidi Groover
How a catastrophe in the Gulf of Mexico washes up in the Inland Northwest.
By Daniel Walters
If you receive state benefits, should you be able to withdraw cash at an ATM without an extra penalty?
In Our Backyards
When debating the new immigration law, think about what Arizonans have to go through.
By George Nethercutt
Gojira in the Gulf
In the technological age, the scariest monsters are of our own creation.
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
Michael Roos helped paint EWU’s field red. His next event will paint Coeur d’Alene that color.
By Howie Stalwick
Don’t be alarmed at the eavesdropper at the end of the bar this weekend. That’s just Tim Russell warming up.
By Joel Smith
Some people say life is the thing, but I prefer reading.
By Steve Wing
'American Voyeur,' Benoit Denizet-Lewis
Go inside the high school hook-up scene and you’ll uncover lots of self-doubt.
By Michael Bowen
The Lake City’s edition of Scratch is a lot like Spokane’s, delivering a memorable (if pricey) dining experience.
By Carrie Scozzaro
Four area chefs teach kids the ropes. Plus, Cake!
By Carrie Scozzaro and Luke Baumgarten
Behind the Glass
John Vanderslice, in and out of the booth.
By Jeff Echert
'So Runs the World Away,' Josh Ritter
The Moscow native makes a quantam leap on his latest record.
The Spokane Beat Battle pits accomplished DJs against bedroom producers in a head-to-head beat-making competition.
By Leah Sottile
A Family Affair
With clown-painted faces, Juggalos are easy to write off. But maybe we should be paying a little closer attention to them.
By Leah Sottile and Young Kwak
'I Am What I Am,' Merle Haggard
The grizzled outlaw countrymen is back, with his 76th album.
By Nicholas Deshais
Last Comic Standing
Jokes about race differences! What'll they think of next?!
By Lisa Fairbanks-Rossi
The creators of Planet Earth bring Life to life.
3D Dot Game Heroes
Despite its deep surface, this game feels shallow.
By Marty Demarest
Enough already with your cynical assumptions. Sometimes a remake is even better than the original.
By Ed Symkus
Just Shoot Me
Screwball comedy is supposed to be an even-handed battle of the sexes. But in Killers, Katherine Heigl plays an idiot.
By Maryann Johanson
This adaptation of the famous ‘80s TV show shoots for camp, but misses.
Summer in Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls
Wave-riding, bull-riding and a whole lot of theater around the Lake City.
By Blair Tellers
Summer in Sandpoint
Sailing the lake, riding horses - just another summer in Sandpoint.
Summer on the West Plains
Bikin', flyin', pickin' and Huey Lewis!
Summer Stuff - Food/Drink
Eat your way through the season with classes, tours, ice cream and beer.
By Blair Tellers, Jordy Byrd, Carrie Scozzaro, Luke Baumgarten and Nicholas Deshais
Summer Stuff - Outdoors
How well do you think you know Spokane? Ever walked its entire boundary?
By Kevin Taylor, Nicholas Deshais, Michael Bowen, Carrie Scozzaro, Jordy Byrd, Joel Smith and Blair Tellers
Summer Stuff - Water
Get wet at Splashdown, in the city pools, on the river, on the lake - wherever.
By Blair Tellers, Carrie Scozzaro, Carey Jackson, Michael Bowen, Kevin Taylor and Joel Smith
Summer in the Hinterlands
Get away to Calgary. Or stick around for fruit, flags and wiener dog races.
Summer in Spokane Valley
Birds, spiders, Big Head Todd and the Monsters around the Valley.
Summer Stuff - Etc.
Random fun, from panhandling to pretending you're a bear.
By Kevin Taylor, Blair Tellers, Jordy Byrd, Nicholas Deshais and Joel Smith
Summer Stuff for Kids
Your kid-friendly to-do list, from pirates to cowboys to Legomania
By Blair Tellers and Daniel Walters
Summer Stuff - Sports
Shock, soccer, baseball and the area's first-ever ciclovia.
By Blair Tellers, Joel Smith, Carrie Scozzaro, Michael Bowen, Nicholas Deshais and Daniel Walters
Summer in Pullman/Moscow
Lentils and music and markets.
By Jordy Byrd
Summer in Spokane
Rock 'n' roll, rock climbing, ice cream and bears - all in the heart of the city.
By Leah Sottile, Nicholas Deshais, Luke Baumgarten, Daniel Walters, Michael Bowen and Carey Jackson
Summer Stuff - Festivals
From accordions to powwows to Flag Day in Fairfield.
By Blair Tellers, Joel Smith, Jordy Byrd, Carrie Scozzaro and Nicholas Deshais
Summer Stuff - Music
It's a great season for music, with Black Happy, the Avett Brothers, Henry Rollins, and a reason to head north.
By Daniel Walters, Kevin Taylor, Leah Sottile, Jordy Byrd and Joel Smith
Summer Stuff - Theater
Shakespeare in Nelson. Plus, a theater extravaganza in North Idaho.
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