Vol. 18, No. 18
Olympia or Bust!
A frenzied, 63-hour journey through the state's political madhouse.
By Nicholas Deshais
Who’d have thought Idaho would be a haven for radical education reform?
By Daniel Walters
It’s all happy-happy now that Bob McCaslin’s senate seat is filled.
By Kevin Taylor
19th Century Flashback
What would Chesterton say?
By Robert Herold
We'll never eat away at the federal deficit if we only take one bite at a time.
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
Jean Hardie as the Mother Superior in Nunsense: a Spokane theatrical institution.
By Michael Bowen
Raising a ruckus (or trying to) at Spokane’s new trampoline place.
By Jordy Byrd
'The Lover’s Dictionary,' David Levithan
A reference book that you two should read together.
Hello, Yellow Brick Road
Turns out, people do still stand in line to buy concert tickets.
By Luke Baumgarten
Whitworth basketball is the best in the nation. At its heart? A love story.
By Howie Stalwick
A pisco tasting at Bistango. Plus, a new face in Coeur d'Alene.
By Jordy Byrd and Carrie Scozzaro
Fear the Fish
Why even Norwegians are divided on the wonders of lutefisk.
By Kirsten Harrington
More Than a Party
Electronic music is in a renaissance, but it'll need local venues to keep it alive.
Making a Scene
TC Chavez gives us a sneak peek of his new place, the Hop!
By Leah Sottile
'S/T II: The Cosmic Birth and Journey of Shinju TNT,' AKRON/FAMILY
The experimental rockers tone down the ‘weird’ on their latest.
By Jordan Satterfield
'Kiss Each Other Clean,' Iron & Wine
Sam Beam is louder than usual here, but it doesn’t mean he’s more outgoing.
Welcome to the Rileys
Just looking to glimpse Kristen Stewart’s naughty bits? Don’t bother.
By Aaron Mahan
I went to a bar and a videogame discussion broke out.
By Marty Demarest
They Bore Among Us
Not wizards, not vampires - this movie has persecuted space aliens. But so cute!
By Maryann Johanson
Why watch a depressing movie about a dead kid? Because sometimes even sadness contains laughter and hope.
By Ed Symkus
Chandler Bing comes back to life.
By Lisa Fairbanks-Rossi
Sad and beautiful, The Illusionist is a requiem for wonder.
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Can anything be done about the 'Asphalt Archipelago' near Browne's Addition?
Spokane Police Guild demands removal of ombudsman from investigation into allegedly violent arrest
By Josh Kelety
Spokane mayoral candidates debate, Oregon senators hide, and other headlines
By Quinn Welsch
New estimate for an oil leak: A thousand times worse than rig owner says
By The New York Times
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