Vol. 18, No. 1
Oil company mega-cargo piles up in Lewiston while the courts decide on permits.
By Kevin Taylor
No Way to Win
Prosecutor Steve Tucker sidesteps controversy as he faces off against Democratic challenger Frank Malone.
By Jacob H. Fries
The Elephant in the Room
Can a Mormon Harvard professor out-cowboy Butch Otter?
After paying their debt to society, millions are still branded by their felony records.
By Leah Sottile
Despite a nation in the thrall of the Tea Party, the Inland Northwest won’t turn out many votes for the right-wing movement.
By Nicholas Deshais
Especially in the 3rd District, the race comes down to jobs.
By Dan Herman
The money, the write-ins and the judges.
By Kevin Taylor and Tiffany Harms
A prisoner who strangled his cellmate in 2004 strikes again.
Inside the Gates
Vicki Horton takes on her boss for the job of Spokane County assessor.
By Daniel Walters
The Quiet Campaign
For one of the most powerful seats in Eastern Washington, the race for U.S. House has very little volume.
A Fleeting Memorial
An Idaho veteran's run has created a monument that's materially ephemeral, rooted more in spirit.
Pot, Tents and a Moose
A proposed tent city for the homeless; plus, a TV reporter chases a moose.
By Nicholas Deshais, Kevin Taylor and Daniel Walters
If the pendulum swings between democratic equality and capitalist inequality, where are we now?
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
Red State Welfare
Why the "Real America" should quit complaining about pork and earmarks.
By Robert Herold
A Piano Apart
John Marshall wants to have a beer with Johannes Brahms. He has some cello questions.
By Michael Bowen
Want to overcome adversity? All it takes is one step. Then another. Then 12,000 more
By Mary Stover
Ever since Harry, Abe and Murray passed, their wives have been sniffling, dithering and prowling
'Look at the Birdie,' Kurt Vonnegut
Even as a young writer, Vonnegut knew how to spin a good yarn
Comedy mit Hitch
Four clever actors play bad guys after an innocent man! They stumble over props
Mexican food in the Thor-Freya neighborhood. Plus, the game is at the Game.
By Blair Tellers and Tiffany Harms
Turn, Turn, Turn
At Cliffside Farms, there is a season to every purpose, under heaven — even bear-proofing an orchard.
By Anna Vodicka
Playing a hodgepodge of genres and instruments, the Ragbirds manage to tie everything together.
By E.J. Iannelli
'Business Casual,' Chromeo
Got a dance party planned? Grab this Chromeo record.
By Dylan Simons
'Le Noise,' Neil Young
Neil Young. Electric guitar. And a whole lotta lessons.
By David Rey
It Means Party
Forro in the Dark brings the world-famous parties of Brazil to you.
By Jon Brown
The Bloody Muffs leave New York City in search of a pit.
By Jordy Byrd
After 50 years, a lost reel from the Warsaw Ghetto turns up and changes everything.
By Luke Baumgarten
Tsunami of Feelings
No, this isn’t another film about the end of the world. Just the end of life, and what happens thereafter.
By Ed Symkus
Dead Rising 2
Dead Rising 2 sinks more than it floats.
By Marty Demarest
Buddy-cop shows are always better when one character goes shirtless.
By Lisa Fairbanks-Rossi
A Nightmare on Elm Street (2010)
Freddy Krueger is more human in this remake of the 1984 original. But not necessarily scarier.
By Joel Smith
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