Vol. 17, No. 51
Initiatives and Referendums
This November, voters will wade into some thorny issues — state finances and questions of justice.
By Dan Herman
Last year, Sacred Heart worried about having too many patients — now, they have too few.
By Daniel Walters
Searching for Spokane
By foot, bike and boat: a survey of the city's border - and what lies ahead.
By Nicholas Deshais
U.S. House of Representatives
How is Raul Labrador being out-maneuvered by a Democrat in the Gem State?
By Kevin Taylor
Prosecutor Steve Tucker again raises concerns about the juvenile justice system; plus, a city attorney is accused of violating civil rights.
By Kevin Taylor and Nicholas Deshais
Golf, Growth and Red Lights
Democracy expands in Washington. Plus, cops watch as you run lights and misuse your pitching wedge.
By Kevin Taylor, Daniel Walters and Nicholas Deshais
A Debt Unpaid
Why the plight of the Spokane Tribe should be on our minds.
By George Nethercutt
Why would anyone want to talk solutions during an election?
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
Out with the new, in with the used.
By Blair Tellers
Strangers in Paradise
Grandma loved South Pacific. She had her reasons.
By Michael Bowen
'The Last Stand,' Nathaniel Philbrick
The Last Stand goes beyond myth to tell a truly compelling tale
Visual Arts Tour
A self-guided tour through 41 exhibits spanning downtown, Browne's Addition, the Garland and International Districts.
By Inlander Staff
Buddy is a rock 'n' roll museum with moving dioramas %uFFFD and the bobby-soxers are screaming.
Spokane, Meet Sharrow
Do these new bike paths signal an urban renaissance or a city that still doesn't get it?
By Joel Smith
Fresh Off the Farm
Being Italian up at Green Bluff. Plus, going underground in Sandpoint and swigging martinis downtown.
By Carrie Scozzaro, Blair Tellers and Leah Robin
Call It Lunchfast
Two new places with mouthwatering pedigrees are doing breakfast and lunch a little differently.
By Kirsten Harrington and Blair Tellers
'Penny Sparkle,' Blonde Redhead
Blonde Redhead is always sad. But Penny Sparkle relies too much on that one emotion.
By Leah Sottile
'Wilderness Heart,' Black Mountain
On Wilderness Heart, Black Mountain gets caught up in clouds of smoke.
By David Rey
Not Too Big, Not Too Small
Everyone says Spokane needs a mid-sized venue. Here are six.
By Leah Sottile and Jordy Byrd
The Sound and the Fury
The Soul and the Machine take noise and a stream-of-consciousness construction to form Spokane's newest sound.
By Jordy Byrd
El Ten Eleven is suddenly very popular among graphic designers and letter dorks.
By E.J. Iannelli
Take everything from one spoiled princess and all you’re left with is drama.
By Tammy Marshall
Halo reaches new heights.
By Marty Demarest
Jerk gets dumped, seeks revenge, screws his friends, becomes billionaire by accident. This is an Oscar movie?
By Ed Symkus
This is no Twilight. It’s creepy and action-packed. But also heart-warming.
No Ordinary Family
Could be fantastic. Just scale it down a little.
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Bundle up and grab a beer — the Gonzaga vs. North Carolina game is hitting the big screen at the Pavilion in Riverfront Park
By Dan Nailen
Mayor David Condon balanced the budget, cleaned the river and led the city out of recession. But then he got re-elected
Politicians avoided the Superfund scarlet letter for Lake Coeur d'Alene, but with a tourism empire now at stake, leaders want to tackle pollution
By Samantha Wohlfeil
You'll never guess what Condon believes his biggest mistake was. (OK, it's the stadium thing)
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