Vol. 18, No. 5
The Invisible Mayor
Savvy consensus-builder or uninspiring bureaucrat: Who is Mary Verner?
By Nicholas Deshais
A Ticking Clock
The emergency unemployment benefits are about to expire. What happens now?
By Daniel Walters
Shogan: 'I'm Serious'
Joe Shogan asks women and children to leave a City Council meeting. Plus, alien invaders get closer.
By Kevin Taylor
International adoption is experiencing a steep decline. What does that mean for Spokane?
By Jordy Byrd
A grim economy means 'a whole new world' on the streets.
Why Washington thinks mixing caffeine and alcohol is bad.
By Dan Herman
A letter from his old pal, Harry Truman.
By Robert Herold
Repast is Prologue
The enduring legacy of one tasty turkey dinner.
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
An anonymous source exposed a married couple as swingers. Was the Civic Theatre right to fire them?
By Michael Bowen
Twenty Seconds Of Terror
Waiting for the right light - and the spotlight - with photographer and clarinet player Chip Phillips.
Daniel Tosh's stand-up makes being a terrible person fun again.
By Tiffany Harms
'Cleopatra: A Life,' Stacy Schiff
'Cleopatra the wily seductress.' That’s what the Romans wanted you to think.
Dining with Diversity
Lasagna at church!
Three Squares in Palouse
Looking for breakfast, lunch and dinner in one small town.
By Anna Vodicka
Kult Of Personality
Which Norwegian black metal band is the most legit? That depends on what you’re looking for
By Leah Sottile
'National Ransom,' Elvis Costello
Elvis Costello tries too hard here, killing any chance for spontaneity.
By Austin L. Ray
'The Game of Monogamy,' Tim Kasher
Cursive's front man goes solo, and cranks out an almost-perfect record.
By Seth Sommerfeld
Spokane's community radio station is seven years old. Have you tuned in yet?
Russell Crowe artfully schleps his way through an inartful prison break.
By Maryann Johanson
The first half of the cinematic juggernaut's climax is the best installment yet.
By Ed Symkus
The only mysterious part of The Event is how long it’ll take before you turn it off.
By Lisa Fairbanks-Rossi
There’s no business like ho business, but not even sex can sell this movie.
Fable’s third incarnation puts the emphasis on 'game.'
By Marty Demarest
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