Vol. 18, No. 19
Run, Politicians, Run!
Spokane City Council races heat up, as does discussion about race and the bomb.
By Nicholas Deshais and Kevin Taylor
Finding Wills to Live
Spokane hopes to train a fleet of citizen-experts to combat its suicide problem.
By Daniel Walters
The state arts commission might survive budget cuts, but as a skeleton of its former self.
By Chelsea Finger
A Rare Pardon
Starcia Ague’s journey from a “juvy life” sentence to a career with a full pardon.
By Kevin Taylor
Mystery Of The Bones
Did a young Sandpoint man die in the Sisters’ Building fire? No one may ever know.
How would the anti-government crowd like a world without roads, dams and police?
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
Race to Wisconsin
Idaho needs to take after the Badger State and fight for its teachers.
By Mary Lou Reed
From Jim Crow to Public Enemy, a mobile museum paints a full picture of Malcolm X.
By Luke Baumgarten
“Woodwinds Slot Right, Percussion 25 Blast”: A conductor calls orchestral plays.
By Michael Bowen
A Night in the Life of the Inland Northwest
Twenty-three places, 12 hours, 11 writers, one night.
By Inlander Staff
'The Fates Will Find Their Way,' Hannah Pittard
Their Own Private Maine
Frozen, remote, small-town romance? This play could be called Almost, Idaho.
Dog grooming, tanning, computer repair. Coffee apparently goes with everything.
East Meets West, South, North...
International flair in Post Falls. Plus, a touch of David's on the South Hill.
By Carrie Scozzaro and Kirsten Harrington
Play It Forward
Ed Shaughnessy returns the gift of success.
By Tiffany Harms
'The King of Limbs,' Radiohead
Not their best, not their worst. Radiohead is just fine.
By Leah Sottile
Los Lobos have stayed faithful to their roots for 35 years.
By Chris Parker
'Hardcore Will Never Die, But You Will,' Mogwai
This band is ripping off Mogwai! Oh wait...
By Jordan Satterfield
Slow and Steady
It’s OK to take it easy and get a little lost along the way.
By Jordy Byrd
Give 'em Detention
The Farrelly brothers have grown stale.
By Ed Symkus
Hell and Back Again
“Cage.” “Dreck.” Synonyms.
By Maryann Johanson
Kevin Spacey's Jack Abramoff could have been subtle. He isn't. Watch the documentary instead.
William H. Macy's a clown, but the poverty here is no joke.
William S. Burroughs: A Man Within
Where did Steely Dan get its name? From William S. Burroughs.
By Bob Grimm
Mario Sports Mix
A slight suite of simplified sports classics.
By Marty Demarest
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Spokane elections see most outside money ever, Catholic Charities security team can make arrests, and other headlines
By Samantha Wohlfeil
At Sharpstuff - a busy local knife-sharpening home business - no knife gets left behind
By Josh Kelety
Letter: Since I moved back to Spokane, I have been thrilled with what it's become
Director of the National Coalition for the Homeless says Nadine Woodward's homelessness-addiction math doesn't add up
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