Vol. 18, No. 14
How Americans are downsizing their homes and what that means for the future of the Inland Northwest.
By Nicholas Deshais
The Path to Better Roads
Perhaps potholes aren’t just another inevitability we have to weather.
By Daniel Walters
Bombs and Nazis
The FBI investigates a bomb left along the MLK parade route. Plus, a former Aryan Nations leader apologizes.
By Kevin Taylor
Why I Quit
Confessions of a former community college math teacher.
By Clint Thatcher
It's not cops we should worry about. It's your gun-toting neighbor.
By Robert Herold
Nice try, but partisan rhetoric isn't going away.
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
'Burial for a King,' Rebecca Burns
So it won’t be forgotten: the nationwide earthquake caused by MLK’s assassination.
By Terri Schlichenmeyer
Art on Fire
While some potters control their art in firing, these ones leave it to fate.
By Carrie Scozzaro
An American Tragedy
In Lake City’s Of Mice and Men, actors sparkle but dreams die.
By Michael Bowen
Director Jadd Davis talks about Interplayers' production of the Michael Hollinger play.
A French farce lets the Civic’s actors experiment with mutual husband-wife adultery.
They’re doing variety shows at Zola now. Is Spokane ready? (Are the performers?)
By Tiffany Harms
Now in Season
After several stumbles, the South Perry winter market is up and running.
By Anna Vodicka
Green and White and Wood All Over
New sushi on the north side. Plus, a couple uses their casino earnings to start a bakery.
By Luke Baumgarten and Jordy Byrd
Surviving the Game
The only remaining music store in NorthTown Mall doesn’t sell Taylor Swift.
By Luke Baumgarten
'Earth Control,' Owen Hart
What meth would sound like it if it was at all productive.
By Leah Sottile
Seattle’s Ivan and Alyosha are down with Dostoyevsky.
By E.J. Iannelli
'Showroom of Compassion,' Cake
We're scrambling to find our old copy of Fashion Nugget.
By Mark White
Stupidest vs. Dumberer
When men act like fraidy-cat boys, their story comes off as brain-sucking stupid.
By Maryann Johanson
4,000 Miles Thataway
It's The Great Escape followed by a very, very long stroll.
By Ed Symkus
Booting Simon Cowell was the best idea this show has had in a while.
By Lisa Fairbanks-Rossi
Social networking is fun! Until it turns creepy.
By Chelsea Finger
Playing Vanquish is like being Iron Man, but with fiscal constraints.
By Marty Demarest
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Nadine Woodward likes Marysville's 'zero tolerance' approach to homelessness - but Spokane's approach may be tougher already
By Wilson Criscione
Police ombudsman slams change in new Spokane Police Department use-of-force policy as 'egregious step backward'
By Josh Kelety
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