Vol. 18, No. 2
Bad budgets may mean a delay in cleaning up the Spokane River.
By Kevin Taylor
Race to the Finish
Analyzing the McMorris Rodgers-Romeyn debate. Plus, the latest in Idaho’s 1st District.
By Kevin Taylor and Nicholas Deshais
Like all cities, Spokane has tough choices.
By Nicholas Deshais
Last-minute costume ideas from the world of politics.
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
You don’t need to be a constitutional scholar to vote on changes in Idaho.
By Mary Lou Reed
Be Vewy, Vewy Quiet
Elmer Fudd is still watching out for wabbits — but this time, he’ll be 15 feet tall and surrounded by an entire orchestra.
By Michael Bowen
Steven Gray Dies in the Middle
Sectarian violence, Westboro Baptist drama and a teensy bit of celebrity worship help make Gonzaga’s traditional Romeo powerfully modern.
By Luke Baumgarten
In rural areas, robots complete a "missing link" between patients and specialists.
'Our Tragic Universe,' Scarlett Thomas
In a “storyless story” that analyzes storytelling, here’s a surprise: The plot’s weak.
By Dan Herman
G-Prep’s Bishop Sankey pretty much does what he wants on the field.
Though it’s only “in-concert,” the Civic’s West Side Story is a concert you won’t soon forget.
A Medical Lake native is back in the World Series, along with nine ex-Spokane Indians.
By Howie Stalwick
Guy Fieri Eats Spokane
Behind the scenes of Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives: Inland Northwest edition.
'King Night,' Salem
Like the soundtrack to a satanic crackhouse.
By Jon Brown and Leah Sottile
Bethany Cosentino longs, pines and wishes her way through Best Coast’s first album.
By Austin L. Ray
'Personal Life,' The Thermals
Not the same Thermals you're used to, but still quite good.
By Seth Sommerfeld
The last place anyone expected MxPx’s Mike Herrera to go was “country."
By Dylan Simons
Mishka is the John Mayer of reggae.
By Jeff Echert
Woody Allen’s new film wants something it can’t have. So does its audience.
By Tiffany Harms
This education doc leaves the audience all riled up with nowhere to go.
Proof that you don’t need to follow TV’s rules to make good television.
By Daniel Walters
Leaves of Grass
Playing a philosophy professor and a hickish pot-grower, Edward Norton is our new favorite split-screen twin (sorry, Lindsay Lohan).
By Blair Tellers
Enslaved: Odyssey to the West
It’s love at first electrified-headband-attached-to-your-character.
By Marty Demarest
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Confusion reigns as City Council remains defiant against combined 911 dispatch system
Experts say Washington's new higher education bill is one of the smartest ways to make college more affordable
By Wilson Criscione
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Spokane Tribe celebrates installation of its solar initiative, a step toward energy sovereignty
By Samantha Wohlfeil
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