Issue of

Oct 14-20, 2010

Vol. 17, No. 53


  • The Loneliest Number

    After four years of casting losing votes, Bonnie Mager hopes voters give her a win.

    By Nicholas Deshais

  • Small Ball

    In the 3rd District, the Spokane Indians president goes up against a sewer inspector.

    By Dan Herman

  • Log-House Republican?

    Phil Hart built a house with stolen timber. Now he's being compared to civil rights giants?

    By Kevin Taylor

  • Waging Love

    Countering the Westboro rabble. Plus, Mayor Verner says Spokane's revenue is going straight to its thighs.

    By Kevin Taylor, Nicholas Deshais, Joel Smith and Daniel Walters

  • Battle of the Johns

    Who will carry the 6th House seat - the new incumbent, or the old one?

    By Kevin Taylor




  • Get Your Greek On

    Vagelie Karatzas is back in the kitchen. Plus, scones by the lake.

    By Blair Tellers and Carrie Scozzaro



  • Holy Rollers

    If you're trying to make a Jewish movie, you've gotta do more than include the costumes.

    By Dan Herman

  • Return of the Quack

    If you believe that videogames are art, then take a flap through this one.

    By Marty Demarest

  • Old-Timers

    Living proof of why you shouldn’t mess with the AARP.

    By Ed Symkus

  • In Focus

    Feed the reel, sit back and enjoy the projector's whir as you watch a film on actual film.

    By Dan Herman

  • The Good Wife

    A melodrama that begins with (high-end) prostitution and still manages to avoid being sleazy.

    By Daniel Walters

Madame Butterfly @ Martin Woldson Theater at The Fox

Sun., Sept. 22, 2 p.m.
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