Vol. 18, No. 3
Images from the Election Night parties. Plus, dispatches from the night.
By Joel Smith
Collapsing City, Growing District
Mayor Verner's budget, the University District's future and the death of Union Credit Union.
By Nicholas Deshais, Joel Smith and Daniel Walters
A City, Un-centered
In one night, Spokane Valley's roadmap was discarded. Where to now?
By Daniel Walters
Fuel Us Twice?
The railroad fights oversight at an Idaho refueling depot - again.
By Kevin Taylor
A new online game tests whether you have the guts to build Spokane's future.
Off the Rails
Pick which train you’re going on, and stick with it.
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
Americans don’t celebrate stupidity - we glorify ignorance.
By Robert Herold
'Who is Mark Twain?,' Mark Twain
Not ready for 2,000 pages of Mark Twain? Here’s an appetizer instead.
If your journey to Africa includes a stop on a street corner, you’re probably in for a wild ride.
By Dan Herman
Are We There Yet?
A new exhibit at the MAC chronicles victories in women’s rights, raising the question of what’s left to fight for.
By Tiffany Harms
How can you sympathize with someone who scares you?
By Michael Bowen
The winemakers at Pend Oreille Winery have opened Bistro Rouge Cafe.
By Carrie Scozzaro
Just because you can’t handle gluten doesn’t mean you have to go hungry.
By Valerie Putnam
'Write About Love,' Belle & Sebastian
Taking some time away from the studio serves Belle & Sebastian well on its new record.
By David Rey
Josh Ritter and the journey for its own sake.
By Jeff Echert
'Spiral Shadow,' Kylesa
It's cool that Kylesa is so diverse, but sometimes it would be nice if they stuck with one thing.
By Leah Sottile
Son of a Preacher Man
After 10 years solo, Tyrone Wells knows who he is.
Local DJs work to revive dubstep in a city that missed the beat on electronic music.
By Jordy Byrd
Finally, television for guys that doesn’t rely on nut shots.
Winter Movie Round-Up
What to watch this Oscar season.
By Luke Baumgarten, Michael Bowen, Tiffany Harms, Dan Herman, Azaria Podplesky and Daniel Walters
Spartacus: Blood and Sand, Season One
Fighting injustice? Nah. What Spartacus is really about is sex and violence and teeny, tiny wigs.
Medal of Honor
Same game, different war.
By Marty Demarest
See the Rainbow
GLBT films explore diversity and issues within the community.
Due Date is kinda like some movies you’ve seen before, but it’s funny like them, too.
By Ed Symkus
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Yep, Idaho, cannabis is coming
By Will Maupin
As Kootenai County grows, can it preserve what makes it attractive in the first place?
By Wilson Criscione
Report: Idaho prison spending among the highest in the nation
By Josh Kelety
Spokane Valley's new mayor and new majority on the City Council aim to set a more moderate and inclusive tone
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