Vol. 18, No. 25
Medicine by Committee
Washington state’s method for deciding which medical procedures to cover comes under fire.
By Daniel Walters
Road Rage Revision
Accused of attacking a grandmother, a young Ukrainian-American clears his name.
By Nicholas Deshais
How a 40-day crime spree changed Al Hadlock's life forever.
By Leah Sottile
A British medical hoax linking autism and vaccines stirs debate in the Inland Northwest.
The couplet rears its ugly head once again.
By Robert Herold
Essence of Elton
Sir Elton's Greatest Hits tour hits Spokane this weekend, but he won't be playing my favorite tunes.
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
The law seeks truth? America’s post-racial? David Mamet sticks
an accusing finger in your face. (And somewhere else.)
By Michael Bowen
Vagina Wins! (Kind Of)
Nearly a decade after performances were banned, the controversial Vagina Monologues will be performed at Gonzaga — but you’re not invited.
Paper File? eFile? Fine for some. This tax season, though, we suggest you Burrito File.
By Luke Baumgarten
'The Bed Bug Survival Guide,' Jeff Eisenberg
They were in the casino, inside your hotel room — and now they’re inside your pajamas.
By Terri Schlichenmeyer
Look & Listen
Angela White’s art sounds as good as it looks.
By Carrie Scozzaro
Get Lit 2011
A handful of the early events in next week's literary festival.
By Michael Bowen, Luke Baumgarten, Daniel Walters and Nicholas Deshais
Beauty in Simplicity
Jenny's Diner opens right across the street from Frank's. Plus, Ferrante's goes deep-dish.
By Tiffany Harms
Faith on a Plate
A whole year of eating (almost) nothing but local food? One Millwood family proved it can be done.
By Kirsten Harrington
Some people play music. Josh Simon lives it.
By Jordy Byrd
Titans of Industry
The original steampunk band will transport you to a place that never was.
'Belong,' The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart
Grab your expensive headphones and get lost in the nostalgia.
By Jordan Satterfield
'All Eternals Deck,' The Mountain Goats
You could pick John Darnielle's songs apart for years.
By Seth Sommerfeld
Your Highness is Pineapple Express set in medieval times. That way, frat boys will learn some history.
By Maryann Johanson
CIA Skill Set
Wanted: Bright, ambitious teenager. Must be willing to kill people.
By Ed Symkus
Formerly in Camelot: Boring old people. Now on Camelot: Making sexy time!
By Blair Tellers
All Good Things
Ryan Gosling is too pretty to be a serial killer.
Top Spin 4
Sure, Roger Federer is good — but he hasn’t met my thumbstick skills.
By Marty Demarest
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Readers respond to Trump's racist remarks; Nadine Woodward's neighborhood relations
Jenny's Cafe: Keeping bellies and wallets full since 2002
By Samantha Wohlfeil
Have nearly eight years of Condon and Stuckart made Spokane safer?
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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