Vol. 18, No. 9
About the Benjamins
The budget battles begin. Plus, WSU and the FAA get together for sleepy pilots.
By Joel Smith
Shot and Killed
Local law enforcement has killed four people in the past four months. Coincidence or a sign of the future?
By Jacob H. Fries, Kevin Taylor and Nicholas Deshais
A Timeline of Police Shootings
By Daniel Walters
Center for Justice 3.0
Their budget is half what it once was - but Center for Justice founder Jim Sheehan expects a new evolution.
A look at trickle-down economics from a California shipyard.
By Robert Herold
The stories behind Bing Crosby's holiday classics.
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
Give a Little Bit
Six easy ways to make somebody’s life a little better this holiday season.
By Inlander Staff
Tuxes and Tinsel
Four guys from the ‘50s have time-traveled so your heart may be merry and bright.
By Michael Bowen
What do your clothes say about you?
By Jordy Byrd
'United States of Americana,' Kurt B. Reighley
Hipsters with mustaches? Same old, same old.
By Nicholas Deshais
A new sushi restaurant downtown! Plus, Churchill's is grilling burgers.
By Leah Robin and Tiffany Harms
Ye Olde Record Shoppe
A new record store on the Palouse may be arriving at the right time after all.
By Leah Sottile
'Electric Endicott,' Gary Wilson
The underground king of avant-garde's heyday may have passed.
Heart of Darkness
If you can’t stand the heat, don’t go into Wildcard’s kitchen.
By Jorma Knowles
'Ghost Blonde,' No Joy
No Joy seems to understand shoegaze isn't broken. No need to fix it.
By Jordan Satterfield
Mother and Child
Birth mother, adopted woman, adoptive mother: grieving but getting along, thanks.
The Fighter should earn Christian Bale an Oscar nom for his nuanced performance.
By Ed Symkus
Men of a Certain Age
In their 50s and therefore insecure.
By Lisa Fairbanks-Rossi
A Rotten Legacy
Thirty years later, Tron: Legacy still can’t figure out that sci-fi isn’t about the special effects.
By Maryann Johanson
Disney's Epic Mickey
The mouse roars.
By Marty Demarest
Gifts for the Hip and Media-Savvy
All the books, music, DVDs and games that should be on your shopping list.
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A Sandpoint mother feared that one day her troubled son would end up dead; turns out, nothing prepares you for it
By Josh Kelety
Experts say Washington's new higher education bill is one of the smartest ways to make college more affordable
By Wilson Criscione
Brunch at Bon Bon; plus, a new beer stop in Post Falls and a bakery coming to West Spokane
Report slams county jails across Washington for routine inmate deaths and inadequate care for mental health and addiction
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