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
In the 3rd District, the Spokane Indians president goes up against a sewer inspector.
By Dan Herman
Phil Hart built a house with stolen timber. Now he's being compared to civil rights giants?
By Kevin Taylor
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?
Have disagreeing opinions all you want, but shouldn’t we be able to at least agree on facts?
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
Anger is Not a Policy
Democrats and Republicans alike should take heed of what voter anger has wrought in the past.
By George Nethercutt
'Scoreboard, Baby,' Ken Armstrong and Nick Perry
College football players are gladiators. And we’re the Romans, too busy stuffing ourselves to care whether they die.
By Michael Bowen
Taxi Cab Confessions
A front-seat view of Spokane's dangerous, sexy side.
By Jordy Byrd
Tyler Johnson is the rare, lucky kid who grew up to play for his hometown team.
By Howie Stalwick
Living Better Electrically
They had killer apps back in the '50s, too. Even in Montana.
By Steve Wing
Liza Minnelli canceled her show in Spokane. But here's what you would have seen.
Get Your Greek On
Vagelie Karatzas is back in the kitchen. Plus, scones by the lake.
By Blair Tellers and Carrie Scozzaro
Coheed and Cambria redefines what it means to be epic.
By Azaria Podplesky
Thomas Richardson and Pax Lumina make the music behind the belly buttons.
'Axioma Ethica Odini,' Enslaved
A perfect black metal album.
By Jon Brown
'My Father Will Guide Me Up a Rope to the Sky,' Swans
The new Swans album is not very loud, but certainly very strange.
By Leah Sottile
If you're trying to make a Jewish movie, you've gotta do more than include the costumes.
Return of the Quack
If you believe that videogames are art, then take a flap through this one.
By Marty Demarest
Living proof of why you shouldn’t mess with the AARP.
By Ed Symkus
Feed the reel, sit back and enjoy the projector's whir as you watch a film on actual film.
The Good Wife
A melodrama that begins with (high-end) prostitution and still manages to avoid being sleazy.
By Daniel Walters
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CONCERT REVIEW: Bob Seger's old time rock 'n' roll filled a happy Spokane Arena Thursday
By Dan Nailen
Letter: Spokane doesn't have a homeless issue
New timber factory in Spokane Valley will help economize forest health, create jobs, Washington leaders say
By Samantha Wohlfeil
Invasive and voracious, northern pike are inching closer to salmon habitat, but Washington plans to fight the threat
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