Vol. 18, No. 27
The Dawn of Earth Day
How the world's largest secular holiday was born. And what we've learned 41 years later.
By Tim Redmond
Sudden, Unexplained, Dead
Why is Spokane's unexplained infant death rate twice that of the rest of the state?
By Daniel Walters
Got Milk? What About Drugs?
As high levels of antibiotics and other drugs are found in Idaho's
dairy cattle, the state struggles with what to do next.
By George Prentice
A Clean Settlement
The City of Spokane agrees on a program to reduce toxics, avoiding a legal battle
By Kevin Taylor
The governor says she won’t sign the dispensary bill. Will lawmakers’ work go up in smoke?
By Nicholas Deshais
Viewing your political opponent as a three-dimensional human makes a difference. It’s what comity depends upon.
By Robert Herold
Medical marijuana as a moving legal target
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
Blurred, chipped, cracked, smeared: Michael Pickering’s art captures what it means to be alive
By Leah Sottile
Hippies Are People, Too
Going off the grid doesn’t equal going crazy
By Tiffany Harms
Nature in the City
Five places in Spokane where you'll feel like you're a thousand miles from Spokane.
'The Pale King,' David Foster Wallace
Picking up the pieces of what would have been Wallace's next work.
By Luke Baumgarten
Y'all So Fly
Raising multiple glasses to the best craft distillery in America
Bloody Mary Mornings and Sushi Lovin'
The Davenport Hotel's bloody Mary bar and new South Hill sushi.
By Jordy Byrd and Kirsten Harrington
Fact or Fiction?
Leon Redbone has no interest in setting the record straight
By E.J. Iannelli
A Beautiful Mess
Capillary Action crafts an intense, offbeat brew of avant-jazz and other stuff
By Mark White
'Waisting Light,' Foo Fighters
By Seth Sommerfeld
The Village Experience is giving kids the gift of music “with no strings attached … except for the ones on the guitars”
'Human Hearts,' Maritime
Into the Wild
Samuel L. Jackson and cats? We are so there!
By Ed Symkus
The guy on the left, definitely inhales.
Life at the Chateau Marmont
By Jorma Knowles
Gods Eater Burst
Gods Eater Burst is a tasty combat snack.
By Marty Demarest
Scream 4 brings back some old faces and some old, tired plot lines
By Marc Savlov
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Despite voter-approved measure making labor bargaining public, Spokane Police Guild negotiations to remain closed
By Josh Kelety
Country legends John Prine, Tanya Tucker and Charley Pride coming to Spokane, and more upcoming shows
By Nathan Weinbender
To-Go Box: Locust opens, more Secret Burger events and a Coeur d'Alene brewery closure
Sex. Violence. Transparency. Race. How is the Spokane Police Department doing under Chief Craig Meidl?
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