Vol. 18, No. 22
Tale of Two Stations
Two nonprofit radio stations in Spokane are dogged by controversies.
By Daniel Walters
The Word for Hope
Salish-speaking tribes fight to preserve their language.
By Kevin Taylor
An unanswered question in the backpack bomb case. Plus, a challenger to Mayor Verner.
By Nicholas Deshais
Father Cataldo's mission lives on.
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
Paying Big Dividends
Cathy McMorris Rodgers wants to kill community-building grants, but where would Spokane be without them?
By Robert Herold
From Pine to Fine
The Zags' nine-game winning streak coincides with the emergence of Marquise Carter.
By Howie Stalwick
Violet, Judy and Doralee are still stuck with that sexist boss. But now they're singing about him. And against him.
By Michael Bowen
How puppetry is helping a woman reconnect with her roots in Valleyford.
By Jordy Byrd
How a desperate journey to Rome in 1885 created Gonzaga, G Prep and the Spokane we know today.
By Robert Carriker
Lewis and Clark's Katelan Redmon took the long way to Gonzaga.
'13, rue Thérèse,' Elena Mauli Shapiro
Based on an actual box of keepsakes, a novel imagines the esprit of a 1920s Parisienne.
Three Companions, One Vision
To honor local Jesuit history and announce the school's 125th anniversary, Gonzaga Prep tapped one of its own alums.
By Carrie Scozzaro
Spokane's Jesuit High School Graduates
The history of G Prep.
'Tangle' is a mental knot worth untying.
No Crumb in Sight
How good Italian food can turn your mood inside out.
By Lauren McAllister
After the Break-In
Chairs rebounds from a burglary. Plus, Niko's closes suddenly.
By Tiffany Harms
From chicken to wine to pop-rock, this South African band has its sights set on American listeners.
'Shaolin Vs. Wu-Tang,' Raekwon
Without the rest of the Wu behind him, Raekwon can't be trusted.
By Jordan Satterfield
'Computers And Blues,' The Streets
Mike Skinner puts an end to his successful career with a big miss.
By Jorma Knowles
Speaking in Tongues
Washington musicians revive the songs of the past while creating a language that is uniquely their own.
Guts 'N Teeth
A smattering of punk rockers start pickin’ and grinnin'.
E.T. Gets Baked
Aliens, Paul informs us, aren’t big, scary marauders. They’re just potty-mouthed little stoners.
By Ed Symkus
Secret Millionaire plays to the American Dream: Get rich quick! (And famous, too.)
By Lisa Fairbanks-Rossi
Four bungling jihadists stumble their way to Heaven.
By Joel Smith
Kick your enemies, tie 'em up, stomp on 'em and shoot 'em in the ass — Bulletstorm isn’t just any shooter.
By Marty Demarest
Limitless asks what would happen if we had unchained mental power. Then it forgets the question.
By Maryann Johanson
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Spokane Police Guild endorses Woodward, Boris Johnson to become UK prime minister, and other headlines
By Josh Kelety
Saying his 'days are numbered,' activist Alfredo LLamedo urges community to carry message of compassion
By Wilson Criscione
Whether you're driving through or sitting down, here are five Inland Northwest burgers that won't break the bank
By Nathan Weinbender
The Alvarez family opened Tarascon Empanadas restaurant in Spokane because no one else was making the Argentinian dish
By Arcelia Martin
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