Vol. 17, No. 44
Spokane gets to work on the bike city of the future
By Joel Smith
Skaters and Shoplifting
Storm gardens and Rudy Giuliani on perseverance. Plus, got feedback on skateboarders?
By Nicholas Deshais, Jacob H. Fries and Joel Smith
What The Duck?
To feed or not to feed...
By Heidi Groover
Cash, freeloaders and a five-day forecast — The Inlander's final take on this year's primary.
By Nicholas Deshais
Catch and Release
Hey fat cats, why not take a cue from Carnegie?
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
A Plan for Success
How Republicans can win big in 2010.
By George Nethercutt
At the new Merkel BMX track, bikers soar like popcorn kernels — then crash like rag dolls.
By Blair Tellers
Business as Usual
The Spokane Shock advance to the Conference Championship over the Arizona Rattlers, surprising no one.
By Dan Herman
In a funny satiric novel, capitalism rapes countries even when it doesn’t mean to.
By Michael Bowen
For the kids at Camp Goodtimes, getting away from it all means a lot.
In Hairspray, all the girls — fat, black, unpopular — are pounding out a protest rhythm. And you can't stop the beat.
Beyond Club Sandwedges
There's more than simple fare on North Idaho's fairways.
By Carrie Scozzaro
A New Cocktail Culture
Bon Bon brings fancy drinks to Garland, at long last. Plus, Indian food returns to downtown.
By Luke Baumgarten and Kirsten Harrington
Southern rock rises again.
By Jeff Echert
'Crazy for You,' Best Coast
A modern surf pop album perfect for the end of summer.
By Mike Corrigan
Lookin' for Love
Coeur d'Alene's Jesi B and the All Rites are ready to be your new favorite band.
By Jordy Byrd
'The Suburbs,' Arcade Fire
The Suburbs isn't their absolute best, but the Arcade Fire comes damn close with this one.
By Seth Sommerfeld
A TV show that revs up your engines with its fastidious attention to detail.
Diary of a Wimpy Kid
This flick has a bad case of the cheese touch.
By Maryann Johanson
The Seven Deadly Exes
You may not want to sit through Scott Pilgrim once, but if you do, you'll likely need to see it again.
By Ed Symkus
In trying to depoliticize war, Restrepo strips out so much context that it's hard to reach any conclusions at all. Is that bad?
By Luke Baumgarten
Alpha Protocol blows its cover with fumbling espionage, clunky role-playing and loose, careless combat.
By Marty Demarest
Boom, Boom, Groan
AARP members can still kick ass. They're just sore the next day.
It’s easy to complain that there’s nothing to do in Spokane. Taylor Weech is actually doing something about it.
Service with a Smile
Two local businesses that dish up a lot more than just a good meal.
Ben Stuckart left his job, cut his salary by 25 percent and now leads the fight against Spokane’s daunting dropout rate.
By Leah Sottile
Give it up for these new groups giving back to the community.
Emily Paulson can feed 200 people for 15 bucks. So what have you done lately?
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The state ethics law is supposed to prevent corruption, but some university employees say it's overbearing
By Wilson Criscione
Politicians avoided the Superfund scarlet letter for Lake Coeur d'Alene, but with a tourism empire now at stake, leaders want to tackle pollution
By Samantha Wohlfeil
Bundle up and grab a beer — the Gonzaga vs. North Carolina game is hitting the big screen at the Pavilion in Riverfront Park
By Dan Nailen
The old home of Syringa Sushi has been transformed into Monarch Ramen Noodle House
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