Vol. 17, No. 42
BPA rears its hormone-altering head again in an unlikely place.
By Heidi Groover
Watchdogs and Fungus
A new Spokane Riverkeeper takes the reins; plus, a lethal fungus appears in the Northwest.
By Joel Smith and Nicholas Deshais
The Inlander Responds To Complaints
Reviewing our coverage of police after local agencies lodge complaints of inaccurate and biased reporting
By Jacob H. Fries
The Odd Duck
One Democrat tries to hold back the Republican flood toward the Spokane County Board of Commissioners.
By Nicholas Deshais
Let's take another look at how we elect judges.
By Robert Herold
Let the Sun Shine In
The problem is the legal decision to keep the public’s business secret.
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
'Super Sad True Love Story,' Gary Shteyngart
A May-December romance is crumbling. So is America.
By Michael Bowen
Hear a musical collage beneath the sky.
By Blair Tellers
By Their Covers
At SpoCon, an illustrator beloved by sci-fi geeks, children’s book authors and death metal bands alike.
By Tammy Marshall
Down the Rabbit's Hole
For this year’s invitational, Tinman Artworks says goodbye yellow brick road.
By Carrie Scozzaro
Can a once-vibrant dance scene hang on in a place like Spokane? A prominent local dance instructor has his doubts.
By Daniel Walters
People for the Ethical Treatment of Ales
How do you make beer without animals? Plus, a bit of everything at the new Dawg House.
By Luke Baumgarten and Jordy Byrd
Into the (Semi-)Wild
Bored with what you’re finding in the grocery store? Start looking in the abandoned lot down the street.
By Kirsten Harrington
Meant for the Stage
He's made a name for himself, but Langhorne Slim still has a lot of growing up to do.
By Tiffany Harms
'Before Today,' Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti
A terribly named band heavily borrowing from disco and ’80s pop occasionally makes a good song.
By Leah Sottile
Silversun Pickups can’t get the past back. But they can sure try.
By Seth Sommerfeld
'The Wonder Show of the World,' Bonnie 'Prince' Billy and the Cairo Gang
For an underground indie hero, we weren’t really all that blown away by Will Oldham’s latest.
Cartoony and quick-paced, The Losers is for teens, but in the right mood, grownups might enjoy it too.
Rizzoli and Isles
I know you are, but what am I?
By Lisa Fairbanks-Rossi
A funny, warmhearted comedy that’ll leave you salivating for more.
By Ed Symkus
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 11 is a clunky, fussy golf game that makes the swing all thumbs.
By Marty Demarest
Zac Efron's acting will have you on cloud six ... maybe even seven.
By Maryann Johanson
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In a market awash in cheap footwear, Frank's Boots and Saad's Shoe Repair hope to remind the public not to give up on their shoes
By Josh Kelety
At Sharpstuff - a busy local knife-sharpening home business - no knife gets left behind
A deep dive on what Spokane candidates had to say about climate change
By Samantha Wohlfeil
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