Vol. 17, No. 37
Last week's marathon council meeting ended without a vote on powers for the police ombudsman.
By Kevin Taylor
Stimulus and Honors
Stimulus dollars roll into the Lilac City. Plus, Spokane adds a few feathers in its cap.
By Heidi Groover, Joel Smith, Daniel Walters and Kevin Taylor
Across the country - and especially Idaho - meth use has fallen dramatically. But why?
By Daniel Walters
Little Flag, Big Heart
Out of 4,407 dead, one story beckons.
Can a Democrat win in redder-than-red Idaho?
By Mary Lou Reed
This third version of The Inlander's website is better and more powerful than ever.
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
A Brassy Bunch
Ride your bike to St. George's to enjoy "Cycling Music" in the sunshine.
By Michael Bowen
The 2010 Spokies
Exactly like the Tonys, only much, much smaller.
If the Spokane Symphony seems a little on edge recently, there’s a good reason for it.
By Blair Tellers
'The Long Song,' Andrea Levy
Andrea Levy’s fictional memoir retells the history of slavery in Jamaica.
By Tammy Marshall
For the Ladies
Nyne caters to lady jocks. Plus, the Cathay Inn turns 60.
By Blair Tellers and Luke Baumgarten
We gorged ourselves on faux cheeses so you don't have to.
By Leah Sottile
'Mondo Cane,' Mike Patton
Who'd have guessed Faith No More's frontman would top classical charts?
By writing and singing, Liz Rognes is healing her wounds.
By Jordy Byrd
It's Real Out Here
Real Life Rockaz are the Spokane reggae scene.
By Jorma Knowles
'White Crosses,' Against Me!
For a band constantly branded as hypocritical, White Crosses feels pretty authetic.
By Seth Sommerfeld
By Marty Demarest
Just not the same as before the plug was pulled.
Wait, no, Knight and Day has nothing to spoil.
By Maryann Johanson
This astonishing Chilean film beautifully observes the smallest of everyday things.
Taking a look inside the Mormon church's support for Proposition 8.
By Carey Jackson
On the Sidelines
You're not playing? Here's a Top 10 list of other stuff to do.
Spokane has a professional basketball team? Sort of. It kind of depends how you define "basketball."
By Joel Smith
Our favorites out of nearly 7,000 Hoopfest team names? Here are 35 matchups we'd like to see.
They're watching every second of every game, but they don't really care who wins. They're the court monitors.
Taking It to the Streets
A world record, bus service to downtown and a little road work.
By Daniel Walters and Chelsea Yanuaria
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CONCERT REVIEW: Neil Young's entrancing night at The Fox
By Dan Nailen
Spokane County Medical Examiner Office gets new digs
By Josh Kelety
Pro-choice rally planned for Tuesday evening in Spokane
By Samantha Wohlfeil
Arbitrator upholds 2018 firing of Spokane County Sheriff deputy
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