Vol. 18, No. 6
Slash and Burn
Firefighters agree to some budget concessions. But will anyone else?
By Nicholas Deshais
Winter’s the worst time to have your power shut off - but it’s also when it’s most likely to happen.
By Daniel Walters
The Final Chapter?
Checking in on the library as the shadow of closure looms
Ups and Downs
A trapped inmate didn’t consume the breakfast cart, but officials are losing their appetite for constant elevator repairs.
By Kevin Taylor
The Washington state GOP bet all its hopes on Rossi ... and lost.
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
The Unartful Dodger
When anti-tax fervor extends into theft, it’s time to censure a self-serving Idaho Republican.
By Mary Lou Reed
Succinct, Not Pithy
A young poet spent 10 minutes on a sestina. Now it’s going in The New Yorker.
By Luke Baumgarten
'An Object of Beauty,' Steve Martin
Steve Martin brings his funny to bear on the contemporary art world.
By Terri Schlichenmeyer
Dancing, singing and spectacle help White Christmas achieve escapism velocity. What about the parts that don't?
By Michael Bowen
Local events, recipes, music: Everything you need to come together as a (dysfunctional) family.
By Michael Bowen, Tiffany Harms, Dan Herman, Jordy Byrd, Daniel Walters and Joel Smith
So it's Thanksgiving, and you don't want to cook... or clean up...
By Jordy Byrd
Savory opens on the South Hill and Two Cooks with Love Catering teaches relaxed cooking.
By Anna Vodicka and Jordy Byrd
In a small garage in Spokane, Danny Songhurst hand-carves guitars for big names.
By E.J. Iannelli
'Sidewalks,' Matt & Kim
Adorable couple plumbs the same old well over and over — not that there's anything wrong with that.
By Austin L. Ray
When a band or a venue needs someone to fill in, they call "multi-instrumentalist" Benjamin Jorgens.
'All Day,' Girl Talk
Call your friends. Tell them a dance party is cookin’ up at your place.
By Mark White
The Extra Man
Other people’s loneliness reminds us of our own. Kevin Kline can fix that.
Grounded For Life
With the real world full of bad guys and womanizers, maybe a girl should just stay inside her tower
By Maryann Johanson
Conan's return to late-night is a success, but the goofiness torch has been passed.
This film about sociopaths should be less schizophrenic
Kinect: XBox 360
Bottom Line: Kinect connects.
By Marty Demarest
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In accounting for missing and murdered Native Americans, a new report says Washington state has more work to do
By Samantha Wohlfeil
Until last month, Christopher Patterson ran some local group homes. Now, he's a high-level HUD official overseeing several Western states
By Wilson Criscione
Five nights of fantastic dance in Spokane, for everyone from beginners to fleet-footed experts
By Jackson Elliott
With vegetarian building blocks, the menu at Lucky You Lounge aims to be friendly to all diets
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