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
The probe of last month’s deputy-involved shooting is delayed. Then comes a twist
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
Conservatives are hoping history repeats itself. Robber barons, ho!
By Robert Herold
What the Apple store's imminent opening means to Spokane.
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
'Mockingjay,' Suzanne Collins
In blurring good-vs.-evil distinctions, Mockingjay proves it isn’t just a YA novel.
By Sarah Hauge
At Interplayers, everyone wants the wedding to turn out perfect. Too bad.
By Michael Bowen
Circus of Pain and Joy
By choosing joyful rebellion over joyless tyranny, Alegria has become the most popular Cirque du Soleil production.
A Fighting Chance
The entertainment industry is brutal, but this is a whole other level.
By Sam Stowers
Gone to Market
Wherein we respectfully suggest renaming Hillyard "Hill-licious."
By Blair Tellers
You had your hooks in us, Resident Evil, but now we’re way over you
By Tiffany Harms
Max Headroom: The Complete Series
Max Headroom is crazy, cheesy, kitschy. But also prophetic.
By Nicholas Deshais
Metroid: Other M
The once-mighty Metroid morphs into a bomb.
By Marty Demarest
This non-canine-centric show just needs to stretch its legs a bit.
By Daniel Walters
The Perfect Crime (Film)
Ben Affleck is a triple threat in yet another crime movie set in Boston.
By Ed Symkus
Hey Rosetta! has already done the new-guy thing.
By E.J. Iannelli
Greg Youmans, accompanied by himself, keeps playing
By Leah Sottile
'Root For Ruin,' Les Savy Fav
Les Savy Fav is at its best with Root for Ruin. And, maybe, the best modern rock out there.
By Mike Corrigan
Karan Casey is an Irish folk singer. Not the most common of professions these days.
By Jordy Byrd
Weezer has hit rock bottom.
By Seth Sommerfeld
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
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Spokane's Holy Trinity Greek Food Festival preps for its 87th year
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By Nate Sanford
We wanted a first-hand mascoting experience, so I became Gonzaga's Spike for a volleyball game
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