Vol. 18, No. 12
Calling It Now
Newsmakers look into the crystal ball for 2011.
By Daniel Walters
Remembering a Founding Father of Spokane Valley. Plus, a trip to the White House.
By Daniel Walters and Kevin Taylor
Axing the Budget
A sneak peek at what legislators will be up to this session (besides just the deficit).
By Nicholas Deshais
A British historian's final work encapsulates the problem with America.
By Robert Herold
All for Naught?
Figuring out what to call the first decade of the 21st century.
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
Both compelling artists in their own medium, Kay O’Rourke and Gina Freuen learned their styles in the same home.
By Carrie Scozzaro
'Wishing for a Snow Day,' Peg Meier
Recall your favorite memory from childhood. What would your child-self have to say about it?
By Terri Schlichenmeyer
Bio-Luminesce is fueled by a sustainable fire.
The Do-Something Guide
Searching for something to do this year? Look no further.
By Tiffany Harms and Azaria Podplesky
Drive to the Championship
How a turn on the road to junior college took Nicholas Edwards to Eastern — and the FCS championship game.
By Howie Stalwick
Arguing Over Peanuts
What's the appropriate response to kids with food allergies?
By Kirsten Harrington
Slow-cooked change to a GU mainstay. Plus, an unassuming buffet in the Valley gets rave reviews.
By Luke Baumgarten and Kirsten Harrington
Joe Satriani wants you to feel his pain.
By Alan Sculley
John Blakesley spent five years in the mountains, and he has the songs to prove it.
By Jordy Byrd
'Come Around Sundown,' Kings of Leon
Here's what happens when a good band goes arena-rock.
By David Rey
'First Four EPs,' OFF!
Punk rock the way it used to be.
By Jordan Satterfield
Awfully moody for a film with so little conflict.
By Michael Bowen
Super Mario Bros. All-Stars
Absolutely all stars.
By Marty Demarest
The King’s Court
Firth is the star, but without Rush, Hooper and Seidler, there’d be no stage.
By Luke Baumgarten
Slash and Burn
Murder and arson on a film set called the Methow Valley.
A new animated feature that's still impossible to describe in a sentence.
By Dan Herman
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Louder for the people in the back: The new high school sports stadium is not the Sportsplex
By Wilson Criscione
Spokane students experience steep drop in isolation, restraint after Eagle Peak closure
As Kootenai County grows, can it preserve what makes it attractive in the first place?
Sewage restrictions weakened, Neo-Nazi in northeast Washington exposed, and other headlines
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