Vol. 17, No. 36
Two weeks from the July 2 signature deadline, here's what's up with the most talked-about initiatives gunning for the ballot.
By Daniel Walters
Indian Country Estates
Changes in HUD policy slowly bring profound change in living conditions on reservations.
By Kevin Taylor
Worms and Politicians
A judge rules that the giant Palouse earthworm needs no protection. Plus, judging candidates by their e-mail addresses.
By Leah Sottile, Joel Smith and Kevin Taylor
Clipboards for Hire
That guy in front of Walmart asking you to sign a Washington state petition? He probably isn't even from Washington.
Amnesia in America
What Grandpa Mudge could tell us about politics today.
By Robert Herold
The long history of Father's Day, from Spokane to Congress.
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
Intoxicated by the Music
This weekend, the Spokane Symphony wants you to go on a tipsy, sugar-high bender.
By Michael Bowen
'Solar,' Ian McEwan
A character study of the mental interior of a narcissist.
When you review a show from inside the show, you start imagining that you're the star.
Dive Into Summer
Spokane's public pools finally opened this week. I swam all six five of them on opening day.
By Joel Smith
The Gathering Place
Two hundred years ago this summer, white people first settled in Spokane. Things haven't been the same since.
By Jack Nisbet
May the Forte Be With You
Orchestra fans, put on your Sith gear.
By Blair Tellers
Pizzas topped with eggs at the Flying Goat. Plus, new breakfast options in Sandpoint.
By Carey Jackson and Carrie Scozzaro
Henry Rollins was a punk. Now he's a punk with Nelson Mandela on his side.
By Leah Sottile
'Brothers,' Black Keys
The duo sounds more like an orchestra on this extraordinary album.
Hearts and Minds
The Head and the Heart marks Seattle's shift from grunge to folk-pop.
By Jeff Echert
She's Gone Country
Jewel's been a pop star, a folk star and now a country singer.
By E.J. Iannelli
'High Violet,' The National
The indie darlings have done it again.
Where the Toys Are
In Toy Story 3, Andy's off to college, and the Potato Heads go wild at daycare.
By Ed Symkus
Earl is back. As a cop.
Art & Copy
If consumerism is bad, do we really want to celebrate the advertising that turned us all into good little consumers?
Lost Planet 2
Lost Planet 2 lost it.
By Marty Demarest
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Newly opened in Hayden, Belle's Brunch House serves classic brunch fare all day long
By Carrie Scozzaro
Letter: Since I moved back to Spokane, I have been thrilled with what it's become
Nadine Woodward likes Marysville's 'zero tolerance' approach to homelessness - but Spokane's approach may be tougher already
By Wilson Criscione
Nikon doesn't want people to be able to fix their cameras on their own. But the one-man camera repair shop Camera Care gets it done anyway
By Josh Kelety
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