Vol. 17, No. 46
For the county, the Spokane Raceway bill has gone from zero to $6 million in two years — is it worth it?
By Daniel Walters
It Has Begun
What happened in last week’s primary election, and what to look forward to until November.
By Joel Smith
Stuck In '09
As Election 2010 nears, a close city council election from last year still won’t die.
By Heidi Groover
Higher education in the Inland Northwest is looking great. If you can afford it.
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
Take the Plunge
The pleasures of swimming in Lake Coeur d'Alene.
By Mary Lou Reed
'Medium Raw,' Anthony Bourdain
The Travel Channel host and former chef spices up food writing with the three Fs.
Facebook caps you off at 5,000 friends. I killed it after 500.
By Chris Dreyer
Local booksellers, like most of us, have a preferred type. Is it you?
By Michael Bowen
The travails of trying to find the best seat to watch the big game.
By Dan Herman
Kung Pao Smackdown
Five critics, 10 cartons of Chinese takeout and a mess of fortune cookies
By Kevin Finch
The return of Doyle's Ice Cream Parlor. Plus, cupcakes on Garland.
By Blair Tellers
Three titans - Dylan, Nugent and Mellencamp - will rock the Inland Northwest this week.
By Mike Corrigan
Is the local music scene a level playing field for male and female musicians?
By Tiffany Harms, Jordy Byrd and Leah Sottile
'Praise and Blame,' Tom Jones
He can order from a senior citizen menu, and he's still musically relevant.
By David Rey
'Scott Pilgrim vs. the World Soundtrack,' Various Artists
Give your kid the keys to the car -- and this soundtrack.
By Leah Sottile
Paris, With a Bullet
An argument against gun violence, from the guy who brought us Amélie.
By Colin Boyd
Disney Sing It: Family Hits
You know the words by heart, so why not make a game of it?
By Marty Demarest
Bone to Pick
Mom’s catatonic, Dad’s a drug dealer and sister’s wandering through the Ozarks.
By George Prentice
'The Good, The Bad, The Weird'
A sprawling shoot-’em-up chortle from Korea.
By Kevin Taylor
The Big C
Can cancer be funny?
By Lisa Fairbanks-Rossi
The Heroes and Villains of College
The allies you'll need and the enemies that can end your college adventures with a splatter.
By Daniel Walters and Blair Tellers
Tuition on a Rampage
State helpless to battle the growing menace!
The College Utility Belt
Clip this ‘round your waist before doing battle with scholastic evils.
Spokane Falls Community College
How to avoid repeating classes.... classes... classes.
By Tiffany Harms
The Riverpoint Campus
Discovering the urban campus.
By Jordy Byrd
Save the College, Save the World
Finding a battle-worthy campus cause.
Eastern Washington University
Where the grass is green and the turf is red.
Spokane Community College
Where truck driver training and cosmetology... collide!
By Audrey Gore
How to get into the best parties and which play was too hot for campus.
The University of Idaho
Hating the correct rival college and avoiding the incorrect nightclub.
Embracing dorky activities and avoiding (getting caught for) the Big Three.
Washington State University
When drunk happens.
North Idaho College
The power of the open mic and the mystery of the topless roller-blading man.
Meanwhile, Deep in the Jungles of South America
Turning yourself from Captain Never-Leaves-Campus to Captain Planet.
Escaping Dire Situations
When we last left our heroes, they were flunking and broke.
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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
Until last month, Christopher Patterson ran some local group homes. Now, he's a high-level HUD official overseeing several Western states
By Wilson Criscione
What the founder of the local urbanist blog Spokane Rising thinks the city is doing right- and where it's faltering
By Josh Kelety
U of I basketball coach fired, scenes from Spokane Drag Queen Story Hour, and other headlines
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