Sep 16-22, 2010

Vol. 17, No. 49


  • Of Pardons and Police

    Starcia Ague takes another step away from her troubled youth; plus, the Spokane Police Guild claims unfair labor practices

    By Kevin Taylor

  • Hot Potato

    The probe of last month’s deputy-involved shooting is delayed. Then comes a twist

    By Kevin Taylor

  • Talk the Vote

    At Inlander HQ, Washington’s election guru talks liquor, Fox News, and why we still feel 2004 in 2010.

    By Joel Smith






Special Guides

  • Arts Happenings in November

    The wolves of North Idaho meet tiny Texan techno nerds and a woman who found 19 types of gazelle.

    By Joel Smith, Jordy Byrd, Carey Jackson, Kirsten Harrington, Michael Bowen, Carrie Scozzaro and Blair Tellers

  • Arts Happenings in September

    Gods of war and Eva Peron meet anti-messianic punks to get Bavarian with Buddy Holly.

    By Kirsten Harrington, Carey Jackson, Michael Bowen, Leah Sottile and Luke Baumgarten

  • Art Happenings in December

    Chamber music in a stranger’s parlor. A single evening in Catalonia. Tea service with St. Nick.

    By Joel Smith, Tammy Marshall, Tiffany Harms and Jordy Byrd

  • Arts Happenings in October

    Sharks and Jets knife-fight over contemporary ceramics and Bugs Bunny.

    By Leah Sottile, Carey Jackson, Michael Bowen, Tiffany Harms, Blair Tellers and Carrie Scozzaro

  • Fall Arts Preview

    107 days of Evita, Josh Ritter, Archie Bray, Tosh.0, Best Coast and more.

    By Inlander Staff

Little Spokane River Artist Studio Tour @ Spokane

Sat., Sept. 30, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
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