Vol. 18, No. 20
Postcard from the Spokane County Jail
The Spokane sheriff gets sued for his new mail policy.
By Nicholas Deshais
Patty Murray meets with local vets about the challenges of returning home.
By Kevin Taylor
Interior tribes work to save their languages. Plus, a town hall on violence and the legislative deadline.
Turn Back the Clock
It's not about the unions. It's about the middle class.
By Robert Herold
Robert Gates teaches his predecessor something about 'unknown unknowns.'
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
Faithful to the Music
After rescuing orchestras, sustaining music festivals and more, Gunther Schuller deserves some recognition from Spokane.
By Michael Bowen
Clean Up Your Mess
When trust shatters and bank accounts drain away, how do you respond?
'Understanding Revolution,' Patrick Van Inwegen
A Whitworth prof’s new book on political upheaval bogs down its theories in heavy prose.
By Daniel Walters
Grassroots campaigns rally to save the MAC.
By Chelsea Finger
How do you create architecture for a people who have no land?
By Luke Baumgarten
Martin Short, master of physical comedy and slapstick silliness, hits town.
By Jon Brown
Journey to the West
Wherein one East Coaster strikes gold in the Inland Northwest.
Don't Pass Me By
Finding delicious food in unlikely places.
By Tiffany Harms
As You Wish
Giant sandwiches at Daddy's Belly Deli. Plus, One World Cafe re-opens.
By Tiffany Harms and Chelsea Finger
Chutes and Ladders
David Gray climbed to international super-stardom. Then he started to figure out where he was going.
By Chris Parker
'Go Go Boots,' Drive-By Truckers
Southern rock for a dark night
By Mark White
'Underneath the Pine,' Toro Y Moi
Chill-out music for the indie crowd
The dance-pop duo 3OH!3 on laser wolves and drinking in the Big Red Wagon.
By Seth Sommerfeld
Our America with Lisa Ling
The former View correspondent gets up-close and personal with faith healers and monster-truck drivers.
By Blair Tellers
It's All Bureaucratic
Matt Damon's new movie is about fate. We think you’re fated to like it.
By Ed Symkus
It's Kind of a Funny Story
The title of this film is more apt than it lets on.
By Leah Sottile
Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together
Tight tactics make up for loose dramatics.
By Marty Demarest
Lizards with Lassos
It's more than a good cartoon. It’s the first great film of the year.
By Maryann Johanson
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