Vol. 18, No. 15
The prosecutor has finally broken the news to the Creach family, but the case isn’t closed yet.
By Kevin Taylor
Sick and Tired
How a Valley councilwoman lost her passion — and tolerance — for the council.
By Daniel Walters
A Life Lost
Remembering Kenneth Dennis, the latest citizen shot and killed by Spokane police.
By Chelsea Finger
Rachel Maddow, the FBI and Aryans: brought together by the thwarted bomb.
By Daniel Walters, Nicholas Deshais and Kevin Taylor
A McEuen Makeover
It’s time to turn one of Coeur d’Alene’s best parcels into one of its best parks.
By Mary Lou Reed
The Depression generation had The Grapes of Wrath. We have Storage Wars.
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
Doing Good Work
Our lives' work should be other people, not some artistic magnum Opus.
By Michael Bowen
Pictures for Life
One of the largest collections of fine art in North Idaho is hanging on the walls of a hospital.
By Carrie Scozzaro
How Spokane is using Twitter to channel its aggression.
'You Know When the Men Are Gone,' Siobhan Fallon
Her husband’s in Afghanistan. How does an Army wife fill the long wait?
By Terri Schlichenmeyer
Pork Belly and Grapefruit
Washington State’s top chef for 2011 works at a South Hill retirement community.
By Luke Baumgarten
When their original music wasn’t working out, four Spokane musicians assumed new personalities: Lars, James, Cliff and Kirk.
By Leah Sottile
'The King is Dead,' The Decemberists
It's nice to see the Decemberists dialing back the drama a tad.
By Mark White
Finding Her Voice
Or, how Eliza Rickman learned to stop worrying and love the song.
'James Blake,' James Blake
James Blake has nothing left to lose.
By Jordan Satterfield
They just f---ed with the wrong Mexican.
By Tammy Marshall
What a mess
By Marty Demarest
It’s like The Exorcist, only not as good. At least it has Tony Hopkins.
By Ed Symkus
He kills bad guys for a living. Now he's mentoring another hit man. Stuff gets blown up.
What is the sound of circus clowns robbing banks? Pow! Biff! Bam!
In Search of a Heavenly Dog
From Crazy G's to Loco Dogz, a weiner for every taste.
In Search of the Perfect Veggie Burger
Four restaurants later, we found it. And it's made of beets.
By Jordy Byrd
Over 450 miles in pursuit of flaky biscuits and steaming gravy.
Eating Cheap in the Inland Northwest
Forty-two affordable eateries that have opened since last year's guide.
By Inlander Staff
Fish Taco Throwdown
Fish tacos rule — but which taco rules them all?
By Nicholas Deshais
In Search of a Pho Fix
Give me your pho, your huddled masses
By Tiffany Harms
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At Sharpstuff - a busy local knife-sharpening home business - no knife gets left behind
By Josh Kelety
Spokane elections see most outside money ever, Catholic Charities security team can make arrests, and other headlines
By Samantha Wohlfeil
Director of the National Coalition for the Homeless says Nadine Woodward's homelessness-addiction math doesn't add up
A deep dive on what Spokane candidates had to say about climate change
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