Vol. 18, No. 26
A few years after Rogers High’s physical renovation, it undergoes an academic one.
By Daniel Walters
Bludgeoning the Budget
Billions of dollars, partisan bickering and corporate sponsors — making government work.
By Nicholas Deshais
By George Nethercutt
Tax Day — Yay!
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
It’s one meshuggeneh after another in this Sisters play. They’re crazy!
By Michael Bowen
Here to Help
The man credited (by some) with ending Eastern’s baseball program has some advice for Beau Baldwin.
By Howie Stalwick
Is a local modeling competition breaking the mold or just following the trends?
By Jordy Byrd
GET LIT 2011: The Next Chapter
Stabilized funding, changing leadership, Tim O'Brien, Ani DiFranco, Sena Jeter Naslund, Nancy Rawles, Julie Otsuka and Matthew Dickman
By Daniel Walters, Michael Bowen, Tiffany Harms, Luke Baumgarten, Kevin Taylor and E.J. Iannelli
'Year of Plenty,' Craig L. Goodwin
Being green and being Christian — are they compatible? Not without some fancy argumentation.
By E.J. Iannelli
The Big Chill
Frozen yogurt shops are popping up everywhere. What’s behind this new-ish obsession?
By Kirsten Harrington
Cheap Drinks, Friendly Staff
By Luke Baumgarten and Jordy Byrd
Hard-rocking, hard-partying band Hinder did a gut-check at the perfect time.
By Alan Sculley
'Nine Types of Light,' TV On The Radio
By Mark White
The Koffin Kats are part punk, part rock and part cartoon.
By Seth Sommerfeld
Day of the Undead
ROCK HOLIDAY Local record stores celebrate another year of business and an upswing in sales during this year’s Record Store Day.
By Leah Sottile
'Tomboy,' Panda Bear
By Luke Baumgarten
Rio is the kind of movie that makes preschoolers giggle and grown-ups seethe.
By Ed Symkus
Game of Thrones
Game of Thrones makes the leap from gratuitous pulp to iconic epic.
Any Human Heart
Filming the unfilmable, Any Human Heart produces worthwhile results.
Dragon Age II
Dragon Age II is D&D meets Charlie’s Angels — and about as up-to-date.
By Marty Demarest
We all learned a very important lesson here today. Oh, wait. No, we totally didn’t.
By Tiffany Harms
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As 4,000 Holes celebrates its third decade, owner Bob Gallagher looks to hand over the store to a new generation of vinyl nuts
By Nathan Weinbender
Washington Supreme Court upholds 'three-strikes' mandatory life sentence law
By Josh Kelety
Coeur d'Alene Tribe celebrates groundbreaking for new youth center near Worley
By Samantha Wohlfeil
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