Vol. 18, No. 17
Kid Crime, Kid Time
A bill in Olympia could make the juvenile system more fair.
By Kevin Taylor
Math's Long Division
Just as in the rest of the nation, kids in Spokane can't do math. How do we solve that problem?
By Daniel Walters
Sí, Se Puede
Margarito Martinez used to work with cows. Now he’s dressed like one.
By Aaron Mahan
Ten Grand and Phosphorus
A cyclist forgiven, dirty lawns and a big speech.
By Kevin Taylor and Nicholas Deshais
Middle East Mettle
How Obama handles Egypt will help define his presidency.
By George Nethercutt
What the Super Bowl ads said about the state of our country.
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
Change has come to north Africa. But how will it play out?
By Patrick Van Inwegen
Before Twitter, there was Xerox.
By Jordy Byrd
Actors from Legally Blonde defend themselves against an arrogant prosecutor.
By Michael Bowen
The ingredients to one successful couple: community, family, and (to keep things fresh) homemade sauerkraut.
By Luke Baumgarten
'Norwood,' Charles Portis
Check out the book Charles Portis wrote before True Grit.
By Nicholas Deshais
Running Through Winter
A local writer meditates on traction, beard frost and stoking the inner furnace.
By Steve Wing
Why some people aren't in a rush to get it on.
Spokane’s burlesque troupe is exposing itself to wider audiences.
By Leah Sottile
A Clean, Well-Lighted Sex Store
The story behind Ms. Kitty’s is not quite what you’d think.
Let's Talk About Sex
A local sex therapist discusses her practice and Spokane's dysfunctions.
Chocolate Death Match
Looking for the right chocolates for your sweetheart? We found them.
By Leah Sottile, Luke Baumgarten and Jordy Byrd
Hot dogs downtown, plus barbecue on East Trent
By Luke Baumgarten and Anna Vodicka
Michael Janson discovered his talent on the school bus.
By Tiffany Harms
'Outside,' Tapes ‘N Tapes
By Seth Sommerfeld
Black as They Want to Be
Sometimes not being metal is the metal-est thing you can do.
By Jon Brown
'Deerhoof Vs. Evil,' Deerhoof
By Jeff Echert
The Eagle Has Cratered
The life of a muddy peasant in ancient Britain couldn't have been as tedious as this movie.
By Ed Symkus
Making It Click
A new HBO doc about how the Internet changes lives features Spokane's Ryan Oelrich talking about how it saved his.
The Chicago Code
Can Shawn Ryan's next great cop drama match his last great cop drama?
Never Let Me Go
What if you’d been exploited since before you were born?
By Maryann Johanson
We still don’t see why they made a sequel to a game that was never supposed to have one.
By Marty Demarest
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