Vol. 17, No. 40
Allegations of carpetbagging dog Michael Baumgartner, who’s challenging state Sen. Chris Marr.
By Nicholas Deshais
Kind of Blue
A former Harvard prof tries to get the red out of the Idaho governor’s mansion.
By Audrey Gore
Initiative 1082 would allow private workers’ compensation insurance.
By Daniel Walters
In memory of one of The Inlander's most passionate columnists.
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
Dead fish are popping up in Long Lake, but what’s to blame?
By Kevin Taylor
Your mission, should you choose to accept it: Provide me and the city with some feedback.
By Mary Verner
The Butt of Jokes
A new comedy club in Spokane Valley is looking to appeal to a broad audience with a different way of doing things.
By Dan Herman
An indoor skate park opened to create some jobs. It's beginning to create a community.
By Heidi Groover
'Kissing the Mask,' William T. Vollmann
At 500 pages, Kissing the Mask is almost an essay by Vollmann’s standards
By Marty Demarest
Gas station attendants and diner waitresses sing the blues — and gospel and doo-wop and rockabilly and more — in Pump Boys and Dinettes.
By Michael Bowen
Wine and Dime
Drinking on a budget? We are too. Here's a selection of boat wines and porch pounders for your consideration.
By Blair Tellers
The Real Thing
The Avett Brothers refuse to be anything more than who they already are.
By Seth Sommerfeld
'How I Got Over,' The Roots
Jimmy Fallon's house band borrows some star power.
By Jeff Echert
Finding a Way
VIDEO: Check out Marshall McLean playing on the street outside our office.
By Jordy Byrd
'Champ,' Tokyo Police Club
My, how TPC has grown.
Dream a Little Dream
If we had the power to alter people’s dreams, we’d find a way to corrupt it.
By Ed Symkus
Watch out for the blue shell.
Yes, Louis C.K., we called you a TV-MA Seinfeld.
The White Ribbon
It's Like Magic
It’s named after the apprentice, but the sorcerer and his nemesis steal the show.
Where to hike, from Deep Creek Canyon to Mount Spokane.
Going the distance at three area caves.
Where to canoe and kayak, from Sanders Beach to the Snake Pit
From the purple blur of Fish Lake Trail to the UTF park downtown.
Where to shoot bullets, arrows and other crap.
Don't have a friend with lakefront property? Here's where you can keep cool this summer.
By Joel Smith
Where to pick garnets, huckleberries, trash and more.
By Leah Sottile
Scrabbling and bouldering from Q'emiln to McLellan.
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In accounting for missing and murdered Native Americans, a new report says Washington state has more work to do
By Samantha Wohlfeil
Victory stands for Washington, Colville Tribes as Supreme Court declines to hear mining company's pollution case
I Saw You
Why applications for Washington state schools can no longer ask teachers if they were on administrative leave
By Wilson Criscione
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