Vol. 17, No. 47
Brent Riddle makes tragedy disappear, one bloody sponge at a time.
By Joel Smith
Back in Biz
Spokane’s Sterling Savings regroups and, for now, appears to be on stable footing.
By Daniel Walters
The Creosote Crawler
Scraping tar, restoring crumbled brickwork, discovering dead animals — today’s chimney sweep is no Dick Van Dyke.
By Michael Bowen
The Volt Wrangler
Working on power poles is a deceptively nerve-wracking line of work.
By Dan Herman
What's the Deal With...…?
Your (imaginary) construction traffic questions answered.
The Vindow Viper
Hanging on a string above the streets of Spokane. How much would they have to pay you?
When will we know what happened in last week’s officer-involved shooting?
By Nicholas Deshais
The Pains Taker
When you spend your days bearing other people’s tragedies, what do you when you go home at night?
By Heidi Groover
Maybe pricey real estate has been too expensive all along.
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
Comparisons to the Ground Zero mosque have been, by and large, fanciful and far-fetched.
By Robert Herold
A new generation shows us the other side of the Rainbow People.
By Jordy Byrd
College Football Preview
James Montgomery is back on his feet after a frightening incident last season. (Plus, profiles of all area teams.)
By Howie Stalwick
'Long for This World,' Jonathan Weiner
Reading Long for This World will make you feel like a lot of time has gone by.
Pig Out 2010: The Food
Our quaint group cookout hits the half-century mark... of vendors.
By Blair Tellers
Live or Die
Sure, buy a Japandroids record. But don’t call yourself a fan until you’ve seen them live.
By Seth Sommerfeld
Pig Out 2010: The Music
Four decades after Woodstock, Sha Na Na will play a different meadow - probably with fewer hippies.
Stephen Kellogg and the power of home and love.
By Jeff Echert
'The Deadbeat Verbatus,' Faus
The local hardcore outfit shows depth, promise and insight on their debut full-length.
By Leah Sottile
What happened to Hootie without the Blowfish? Country music, actually.
By Alan Sculley
'A Wolf in Hipster’s Clothing,' The Toy Garden
It took the Toy Garden a long time to get to where it is. And we're sure glad they stuck around.
A hermit throws his own funeral party. Bill Murray is happy to help.
By Maryann Johanson
Italian Snow Job
Leave it to those sneaky Swedes to ruin an assassin’s much-needed vacation.
By Ed Symkus
Sons of Anarchy
Hellboy and the mom from Married ... With Children team up.
One of the most humanist movies ever to feature such a staggeringly high body count.
A look at vigilantes and the disturbingly authentic limitations of law enforcement.
Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days
Loaded with plenty of original style and even more unoriginal flaws.
By Marty Demarest
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Experts say Washington's new higher education bill is one of the smartest ways to make college more affordable
By Wilson Criscione
A Sandpoint mother feared that one day her troubled son would end up dead; turns out, nothing prepares you for it
By Josh Kelety
Brunch at Bon Bon; plus, a new beer stop in Post Falls and a bakery coming to West Spokane
Report slams county jails across Washington for routine inmate deaths and inadequate care for mental health and addiction
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