Vol. 17, No. 45
Golden Waves of Grain
Moscow's burning, Egypt's buying and Palouse farmers are ready to make a bundle.
By Nicholas Deshais
Culture Centers and Tax Shelters
Plans for a cultural center near downtown emerge. Plus, tax breaks for dense development.
By Joel Smith and Heidi Groover
It isn't a good time to be a college graduate.
By Robert Herold
Paying For It
The hodgepodge of desperate budget fixes screams for a grown-up conversation, not the same "government is too big" line.
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
OMG! It's Almost Fall!
Five reasons not to dread late summer.
By Joel Smith
Things of Value
Art that's monetized is art that's valued. Or is Sandpoint just paying lip service to the idea of being an art town?
By Carrie Scozzaro
A Long Road
Shock coach Rob Keefe’s had quite a trip to the ArenaBowl.
By Howie Stalwick
'Imperial Bedrooms,' Bret Easton Ellis
Bret Easton Ellis has written a satire. Either that, or he’s just sick.
By Luke Baumgarten
Off the Rack
Fledgling designers are working to put a price tag on local fashion, but they wonder if Spokane is ready to pay up.
By Jordy Byrd
Cup of Coolness
It’s high time that Spokane added another frozen yogurt joint
By Blair Tellers
What's the deal with that dog from the Molly's sign? Plus, sweets from Coeur d'Alene's Shugar Shack.
By Carrie Scozzaro and Jordy Byrd
Too Stubborn to Die
Nine years is plenty of time to kill a band. But not Deadones.
By Chris Dreyer
Stripped of most of its members, Ah Holly Fam’ly looks deep within to find itself.
By E.J. Iannelli
'Where the Messengers Meet,' Mt. St. Helens Vietnam Band
A major style change, but a good fit for Mt St Helens Vietnam Band.
By Seth Sommerfeld
A Hubbub of Hopefuls
Talent shows aren’t always about talent. Sometimes they’re about something more.
'The DJ Shadow Remix Project,' DJ Shadow
DJ Shadow freaks follow in the man's format-busting footsteps.
By Leah Sottile
Spoonfuls of Sugar
The Nanny McPhee sequel is aimed more at kids, but parents will appreciate the subtle lessons.
By Maryann Johanson
It's like His Girl Friday, with slightly more semen-related humor.
By Ed Symkus
A mindless summer rampage that deadens its potential blockbuster energy with low-budget production values.
By Marty Demarest
Everyone else is watching it — why aren’t you?
By Dan Herman
Rubicon tries too hard to make grand conspiracies seem mundane.
By Daniel Walters
The Guys Who May Have Intentionally Framed the Girl Who Played With Fire
If someone says you should read the book to understand the movie, it’s probably not a very good movie.
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