Vol. 17, No. 41
As the Worm Turns
The giant Palouse earthworm might just get some protection after all. Plus, the Tour de France will finish without Farrar.
By Leah Sottile and Joel Smith
The Third's Party
Dems take on the chosen Dem and a GOP candidate cites the Bible — all in one district.
By Heidi Groover
Wanted: an elevator inspector. Plus, Idaho's Walt Minnick on the Tea Party, and more.
By Nicholas Deshais, Leah Sottile and Joel Smith
Storming the Castle
Cathy McMorris Rodgers has a healthy advantage in fundraising, name recognition and … well, see for yourself.
By Nicholas Deshais
And the Awards Go To...
They like us! They really like us!
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
Carroll Was Correct
If we can’t even support schools for our children, how on earth could we replace the federal dollars that bring money into our Idaho economy?
By Mary Lou Reed
Linemen rarely get the credit in football, but the Shock’s championship hopes rest on shoulders like Ed Ta’amu’s.
By Dan Herman
The Lives of St. John
How a small town on the Palouse is beating the odds.
By Young Kwak
Balazs of Glory
At the MAC, a career-spanning celebration of Spokane's exterior decorator.
By Blair Tellers
At Julyamsh, drumming, dancing and regalia help break down cultural barriers.
By Carrie Scozzaro
'Beatrice and Virgil,' Yann Martel
Holocaust humor? It’s doomed to turn dark and depressing.
By Audrey Gore
Venezuelan cuisine inside a chain hotel. Plus, a food extravaganza around Rathdrum.
By Blair Tellers and Carrie Scozzaro
The menu at Bistro on Spruce is full of popular favorites. And there's a good reason why.
By Lauren McAllister
The Name Says It
Going highbrow at the Dive. Plus, oil and vinegar at RPS.
By Carrie Scozzaro and Kirsten Harrington
Cipher puts ethos, politics, street smarts and shock value back into punk rock.
By Jeff Echert
'Scientific Vibes,' Nick
The Spokane equivalent of Beck makes a perfect homage to our strange town.
By Jorma Knowles
'EP,' Belt of Vapor
Belt of Vapor feels trapped. And on their new record, that's a very good thing.
By Mike Corrigan
In their 25th year as a band, Big Head Todd and the Monsters are on the verge of making it. Again.
By E.J. Iannelli
Goddesses and Monsters
Marisa Tomei is a hot mom, Jonah Hill can act, and other small revelations.
By Luke Baumgarten
A Single Man
So beautiful that no one cares about the plot — even director Tom Ford.
By Tammy Marshall
Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker
Hobbled by handheld technology, Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker can’t keep up with the trailblazing pace of its predecessors.
By Marty Demarest
Work of Art: The Search for the Next Great Artist
Is Miles eccentric or just pretending? Is a sawed-off obelisk art or just kitsch?
By Daniel Walters
Salt trades coherence for wicked fun. A deal we endorse.
By Maryann Johanson
Death of Dynasty
I Am Love weaves a confounding tale that leaves the viewer thinking.
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