Vol. 17, No. 39
The Lonely Republicans
Newcomer candidates bite back after being rejected by the local GOP.
By Nicholas Deshais
Former ambassador Ryan Crocker is wary of calls to come out of retirement.
By Kevin Taylor
Tour of Pain
Wenatchee native Tyler Farrar gets banged up on the Tour. Plus, what’s making the ballot.
By Joel Smith and Daniel Walters
Breaking Blue Silence
The mayor will review the city's records policy, but a councilman is skeptical.
A Sobering Experience
Neither party is having much fun governing in the 111th Congress.
By George Nethercutt
We let the referees cheat. Now why are we letting them stay in the game?
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
Local backyard wrestling teeters between athletics and maniacal violence.
By Leah Sottile
After a day of arts, crafts, food, wine and music, why not throw some theater in as well?
By Michael Bowen
We Cover the Streets
Ciclovía has finally arrived in Spokane — at least for two days.
By Joel Smith
'The Magicians,' Lev Grossman
A tale of magicians that's no fairy-tale fantasy.
By Dan Herman
The Rocky Show
Dessert in a garden with Mozart — what’s not to like?
Resurrecting a landmark in Cocolalla. Plus, Lalo's Pizza on the South Hill.
By Carrie Scozzaro and Carey Jackson
The Toy Garden started as something completely different than what it is now.
By Dustin Carroll
'The Five Ghosts,' STARS
The band’s knack for delicious melodrama remains.
By Joel Hartse
Metal For Astronauts
We just want to talk about you, Rosetta. We like your music. Please don't be mad.
By Jorma Knowles
'Further,' The Chemical Brothers
The perfect soundtrack for hammer, gearshift or spliff.
By Chris Dreyer
A smart, engrossing film for adults.
By Maryann Johanson
Steve Carrell shows off his vocal range in a cutesy, humor-filled animated villain-fest.
By Ed Symkus
Bold, irreverent, and profoundly accurate in its depiction of firefighters. (I know. I'm married to one.)
By Lisa Fairbanks-Rossi
How Low Can You Go?
Just when you think M. Night Shyamalan can’t get any worse...
One nation, custom mod, individual, with liberty and personalized racers for all.
By Marty Demarest
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Yep, Idaho, cannabis is coming
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