Vol. 18, No. 16
Three measures in Olympia could change the way Washington state looks at pot.
By Nicholas Deshais
Kids can't smoke regular cigarettes because they’re harmful. But what about ones that purport to be healthy?
By Daniel Walters
Boozehounds and Taco Stands
Marr gets a job, racists hate Mexican food and a detective gets exonerated.
By Inlander Staff
While we take our technology for granted, protestors in Egypt and Tunisia are using it to change the world.
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
Don't Forget JFK
Kennedy helped young people navigate the 1960s. Obama is missing the boat.
By Robert Herold
Robert Sacre's stats are up in a tough season.
By Howie Stalwick
Scats and Dogs
What dog noses are teaching us about endangered species.
By Jack Nisbet
'The Emperor of All Maladies,' Siddhartha Mukherjee
The Hundred Years War has nothing on our 4,000-year bout with cancer.
Greek goes farm-to-table at Pullman’s Black Cypress.
By Anna Vodicka
Four Diamond Fare
Masselow's wins AAA's Four Diamond Award. Plus, Mexican chow in Cheney.
By Anna Vodicka and Luke Baumgarten
A Pullman band, formed by chance, saves itself from damnation.
By Leah Sottile
The Plain White T's made a concept album about childhood. It sounds a bit immature.
By Jordy Byrd
Live With Pleasure!
Against Me! is just as crazy onstage as it’s always been.
By Seth Sommerfeld
Forget the New Pornographers — Dan Bejar shines as Destroyer.
By Jordan Satterfield
'Cape Dory,' Tennis
Tennis was fun while it was underground, but kinda lost its edge in the studio.
By Mark White
Economics gets perhaps a little too freaky.
Kingdom Hearts Re:coded
By Marty Demarest
Your complete guide to this week's Spokane International Film Festival
If you can’t live in a McMansion and drive a Mercedes, does life have any meaning?
By Ed Symkus
Hurt the Ones You Love
Blue Valentine will make you want to try harder.
By Luke Baumgarten
The new legal show from David E. Kelley would be nothing without Kathy Bates.
By Blair Tellers
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Letter: Spokane doesn't have a homeless issue
CONCERT REVIEW: Bob Seger's old time rock 'n' roll filled a happy Spokane Arena Thursday
By Dan Nailen
Invasive and voracious, northern pike are inching closer to salmon habitat, but Washington plans to fight the threat
By Samantha Wohlfeil
New timber factory in Spokane Valley will help economize forest health, create jobs, Washington leaders say
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