Vol. 18, No. 21
Spokane Valley firefighters beat the world. Plus, Idaho follows Wisconsin.
By Kevin Taylor, Nicholas Deshais and Daniel Walters
Why so few Spokane students make it through high school - and what's being done to help them.
By Daniel Walters
More information emerges on Spokane MLK bomb suspect Kevin William Harpham
By Kevin Taylor
Shonto Pete suffers another setback in his search for justice.
Some Washington lawmakers want to legalize medical pot dispensaries - just as a judge weighs the first case.
By Nicholas Deshais
Cutbacks have made it harder to get public records — even vital ones.
A New Red Menace
National debt is proving to be a formidable adversary.
By George Nethercutt
Past and Present
The Inlander's new offices come with a new perspective on Spokane
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
How the rank and file are reacting to The Inlander’s sprawling new digs.
By Luke Baumgarten
A new Coeur d'Alene art installation examines our biggest misgivings as humans.
By Carrie Scozzaro
Holbrook After Eden
Hal Holbrook's a dozen years older than Mark Twain ever was. He’s still laughing at death.
By Michael Bowen
'Living Loaded,' Dan Dunn
'Professional drinker' sounds like a great gig. Until you get sloppy-drunk and maudlin.
By Aaron Mahan
The Road to Rochester
Stronger, faster, wittier, emotionaler: Theater's more fun when there are winners and losers.
Fast Food City
One writer tries to figure out why fast food is so important to Spokane.
By Anna Vodicka
Hansen's Test Kitchen
Sante's Jeremy Hansen gets experimental at the upcoming Sapphire Lounge. Plus, happy hour at Agave.
By Tiffany Harms and Luke Baumgarten
The young Brit with the classic voice shines on her sophomore record.
By Leah Sottile
The Business of Kissing Girls
When Jill Sobule talked about kissing girls, it wasn't quite as acceptable.
By Jordy Byrd
They're packaged as East Coast, but New York Rifles are Northwestern to the core.
By Jon Brown
'Smoke Ring for My Halo,' Kurt Vile
Kurt Vile turns it down a notch. And that's a good thing.
By Jordan Satterfield
A Seattle band on what it means to be always in motion.
By E.J. Iannelli
Mesrine: Killer Instinct
He'll ruin your business, bleed you dry, deflower your daughters — and you’ll like it.
By Jorma Knowles
On the third try, Killzone 3 finally gets in the zone.
By Marty Demarest
Then Is Now
A new film about '60s folk singer Phil Ochs poses questions for today.
The Better To Bore You With
This loose adaptation of the children’s fable gets lost in the woods.
By Ed Symkus
Breakout Kings tries for the mad lunacy of Prison Break, but ends up with a saggy NCIS clone.
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