Vol. 17, No. 38
Strong Arm of the Law
What happens when someone complains a cop used excessive force? Usually, not much.
By Nicholas Deshais
A History of Violence
The nature of law enforcement is dangerous. Sometimes it ends in violence. Here's a selection of incidents in Spokane County during the last 15 years.
By Heidi Groover
Fourth of July: By the Numbers
How big are your shells?
Oil and Cop-Watching
Idahoans don't seem too enamored of oil gear mucking up their highways, and the Spokane City Council actually voted on stuff.
By Kevin Taylor and Daniel Walters
The former VP candidate has her sights on Northwest races, but what does her endorsement really mean?
By Joel Smith
Spirit of '76
Happy 2nd of July. (Yeah, you read that right.)
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
Classes are too large, teaching assistants too uneven, professors too inaccessible.
By Robert Herold
For census takers, there’s a bit of schooling involved in learning how to count everybody.
By Steve Wing
The Spokane Indians aren’t worried about the season’s slow start — they’re confident their time will come.
By Dan Herman
Pretending To Be Mean
In the CdA production of Cinderella, Ellen Travolta is playing her sisters’ mother. But then, she’s used to bossing them around.
By Michael Bowen
'The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest,' Stieg Larsson
After nearly 1,800 pages, the Millennium Trilogy fails to pull off a satisfying conclusion.
By Kevin Taylor
If artists are vendors, are we just consumers? This month’s Saranac show is both cutesy and disturbing.
By Carrie Scozzaro
Fire in the Hole
This little clay oven pizza trailer went to market.
By Luke Baumgarten
A Bit of Italy in Browne's
Plus, boat-in dining in Sandpoint.
By Carrie Scozzaro and Kevin Finch
Sara Jackson-Holman is just learning as she goes.
By Leah Sottile
'Future Breeds,' Hot Hot Heat
Hot Hot Heat needs resuscitation — and this new album isn't it.
By Seth Sommerfeld
Chicago’s Russian Circles are a great band — and by adding Brian Cook, they are even better.
'Something for Everybody,' Devo
Their name stands for devolution, and their new album examines humans' backward development.
By Chris Dreyer
Nuclear terrorism? Lopping off fingers? Seen it...
By Daniel Walters
Super Mario Galaxy 2
A universe of action revolving around a supernova of different styles.
By Marty Demarest
In Mother and Child, adoption warps lives, then heals them.
Children of the Night
Vampires are sensitive, werewolves are decisive and girls are idiots. Nice message, Twilight.
By Maryann Johanson
The Good Guys
An odd couple in an odd world.
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Can anything be done about the 'Asphalt Archipelago' near Browne's Addition?
Spokane Police Guild demands removal of ombudsman from investigation into allegedly violent arrest
By Josh Kelety
Spokane mayoral candidates debate, Oregon senators hide, and other headlines
By Quinn Welsch
New estimate for an oil leak: A thousand times worse than rig owner says
By The New York Times
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