Vol. 18, No. 10
Let's Get Political
Washington adds a new congressional bundle of joy, a city budget vote and a little bit of the nepotis'.
By Nicholas Deshais and Daniel Walters
Budding Tax Bracket
The state wants to tax pot. Dispensary owners don’t really seem to mind.
By Nicholas Deshais
The Power of Soup
How pumpkin bisque is fighting homelessness in North Idaho.
By Mary Lou Reed
King Cole helped Spokane with a grin and a hope for collective success.
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
The governor’s proposed budget has the Museum Arts and Culture marked for termination.
By Daniel Walters
Alive and Well
Like father, like son in this Fiction Contest runner-up.
By Susan Lagsdin
On the Road: The Story of Jimi Snakeskin
A Quixotic story with the characters of a Cohen brothers film and the dread of Easy Rider.
By Robert Salsbury
Nothing is out of reach in the realm of casual role-playing.
By Tiffany Harms
A dark, futuristic satire, this was our favorite story from this year's fiction contest.
Rose Blossoms at Midnight
Two Civil War soldiers discover they were fighting for the same purpose, though in two different armies.
By Matthew Blake Cardenas
'December 8, 1980: The Day John Lennon Died,' Keith Elliot Greenberg
An overview of Lennon's last day shows how every minute counts.
By Terri Schlichenmeyer
Singing, serving and taking your order, Adriano Ferraro does it all
By Jordy Byrd
A New Mexico Story
There's grit and grime in this Fiction Contest runner-up.
By Ryan Weech
Quantam physics means never having to say you're sorry.
By E.J. Iannelli
Spokane's legacy soft peanut brittle connects with locals, while a well-financed upstart aims to go national.
By Luke Baumgarten
More cool to this winter with frozen yogurt. Plus, a new cloud of garlic falls over Spokane's South Hill.
By Luke Baumgarten and Anna Vodicka
Roll With It
When Creed reunited, Spokane's Myles Kennedy wasn’t too concerned.
By Alan Sculley
'Long Live,' The Chariot
Spoken word, harp and vibraphone — odd, but welcome guests to this hardcore album.
By Azaria Podplesky
'TRON: Legacy Original Motion Picture Soundtrack', Daft Punk
Shiny movie music can only be so good.
By Jordan Satterfield
Once you notice Jazz, it’s hard to look away.
By Leah Sottile
Grittier and Better
Remake or not, only one question matters: Is it good?
By Ed Symkus
Top Chef: All Stars
Why a man who relies on Top Ramen loves Top Chef.
Usually, we only get the horrors of war after they happen — Restrepo gets up close and personal.
Making tennis fun again! Well, for tennis.
By Marty Demarest
When the pursuit of excellence involves stabbing someone in the face with a nail file.
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How an Inland Northwest Culinary Academy graduate landed an internship at one of the best restaurants in the world
By Chey Scott
Showdown at the Matt Shea corral, Theresa May makes an exit without Brexit, and other headlines
A Sandpoint mother feared that one day her troubled son would end up dead; turns out, nothing prepares you for it
By Josh Kelety
Among expert's recommendations to improve safety in Spokane Public Schools: armed officers
By Wilson Criscione
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