Vol. 18, No. 7
Spokane Valley purposely lowballs its fiscal predictions. The city of Spokane doesn’t anymore.
By Daniel Walters
Jon Snyder takes on a Republican leader while the Valley braces for Snowpocalypse.
By Nicholas Deshais and Daniel Walters
CdA’s already gone to single-stream recycling, with Spokane hot on its heels.
By Kevin Taylor
Not Backing Down
The state Senate's boss lady talks about eliminating Basic Health, carpooling with Mike Baumgartner and - gasp - running for governor.
By Nicholas Deshais
Changing Back Again
Same nonsense, different decade.
By Robert Herold
Will transparency in government come voluntarily or by force?
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
Austin Stiegemeier’s work infuses pop culture with highbrow artistic ideas.
By Carrie Scozzaro
Part ancient inscription, part futuristic vision, Timothy Ely’s books speak without words.
By Luke Baumgarten
'Moonlight Mile,' Dennis Lehane
What if a detective helps people but the people aren’t worth helping?
By Terri Schlichenmeyer
Scrutinize That Honky
The Honky Tonk set is amazing. And thank God for that.
By Michael Bowen
Robert Wrigley’s new book tries to understand where we find ourselves now.
By Anna Vodicka
Canton might have the best Chinese food in the Panhandle.
Plenty of show with a mediocre cup o' joe and a tip of the hat to a new family-friendly Cd'A restaurant.
By Jordy Byrd and Carrie Scozzaro
'The Incredible Machine,' Sugarland
Not country. Not pop. And not really good, either.
The Music of Life and Death
It took believing, living and almost dying to inspire the Y La Bamba sound.
By Jon Brown
A local duo is reviving an underground genre back to life.
By Azaria Podplesky
'Pinkerton Deluxe Edition,' Weezer
Exhaustive reissue of a cult classic is excessive and unnecessary.
By Austin L. Ray
Separating the lumps of coal from the shiny new toys among this season’s Christmas music offerings.
Exit Through the Gift Shop
By Tammy Marshall
Call of Duty: Black Ops
Already a solid shooter, Call of Duty branches out into artistry with “Zombies.”
By Marty Demarest
Bump and Daily Grind
Good dancers! Evil dancers! Stanley Tucci! How did such a winning formula go so wrong?
By Maryann Johanson
Danny Boyle and James Franco made one hell of a movie.
By Ed Symkus
Like Mad Men, only 40 years earlier and less fixated on the props.
By Dan Herman
Gifts for Robots
... and seven others entities on your holiday list.
By Inlander Staff
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Letter: Spokane doesn't have a homeless issue
CONCERT REVIEW: Bob Seger's old time rock 'n' roll filled a happy Spokane Arena Thursday
By Dan Nailen
Invasive and voracious, northern pike are inching closer to salmon habitat, but Washington plans to fight the threat
By Samantha Wohlfeil
New timber factory in Spokane Valley will help economize forest health, create jobs, Washington leaders say
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