Vol. 18, No. 8
Who Will Blink?
Time's running out to decide whether to allow Big Oil to ship mega equipment along a scenic highway.
By Kevin Taylor
Nationally and on the state level, politicians are coming together in unexpected ways. Plus, an effort to ban phosphorous lawn care products.
By Daniel Walters, Joel Smith and Kevin Taylor
'Neither Consistent nor Inconsistent'
Mary Verner keeps a tight grip on police records while trying to win concessions from the Guild.
By Nicholas Deshais
The 2012 election will pit Sarah Palin against Hillary Clinton.
By George Nethercutt
No Will, No Way
Time to get serious about cutting the deficit.
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
'How to Read the Air,' Dinaw Mengestu
Immigrants full of hope? Try immigrants consumed by old resentments.
By Michael Bowen
After this report card, the Taffetas are probably going to get detention.
Some colleges thought J.C. Sherritt's height would be a problem. It's worked out pretty well at Eastern.
By Howie Stalwick
A Year in Preview
Tinman's 2010 retrospective is more about looking forward than back.
By Anna Vodicka
Only a Game
The Apple Cup is a pretty big deal in Pullman, mostly because of what happens off the field.
By Tiffany Harms
On the Noggin'
Forget Santa’s arrival at the mall - boozing up eggnog signals the real start of the holiday season.
By Kirsten Harrington
Anxious about your processed food product? Work out your worries: Ask annoying questions.
Pint of Dreams
Jones Radiator believes if it pours them, the bridge will come. Plus, Petunia's Marketplace.
By Anna Vodicka and Kirsten Harrington
'My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy,' Kanye West
Kanye's new album is worth the hype.
By Mark White
Punk in the USA
Back in the ’80s, a bunch of kids built a music scene here. Today they’re making a movie about how it changed their lives.
By Leah Sottile
The Flying Spiders spin hip-hop beats with orchestrated instrumentation.
By Jordy Byrd
'Dreams,' Neil Diamond
I am so mad at you, Neil.
'I'm Still Here'
Joaquin Phoenix's project turned out to be a sham. But our reaction wasn't.
By Luke Baumgarten
'Kirby's Epic Yarn'
Kirby’s Epic Yarn is spun from simple, classic Nintendo fun.
By Marty Demarest
The final Dragon Tattoo film is good, despite losing sight of its Girl.
By Maryann Johanson
Voyage to Nowhere
Dawn Treader is bad. Even for a sequel.
By Ed Symkus
Top Gear (U.S. Version)
How is it that the British do everything better?
By Daniel Walters
Gifts for Inmates
... and seven other people on your holiday list.
By Joel Smith
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Lindaman's bistro in Spokane is closing
By Chey Scott
Washington Department of Ecology will incinerate firefighting foam with toxic substances for fire departments
By Samantha Wohlfeil
Washington tribes call for removal of Columbia River dams, reject doctrine of Christian discovery
CONCERT ANNOUNCEMENT: Blake Shelton will return to Spokane Arena Feb. 15
By Nathan Weinbender
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