Vol. 18, No. 28
The Pollution Sidestep
The Cowles' paper mill tries to get around new pollution limits through a budgetary footnote.
By Kevin Taylor
A town holds its breath, waiting for news of a lost son.
By Amy Hunter
Dangle Off Deadline
After 22 years of speaking satire to power, the creator of Troubletown moves on.
By Luke Baumgarten
Mr. Positive Change
The man largely responsible for changing the face of the Spokane Valley City Council now wants his chance at governance.
By Daniel Walters
Under the Gun
Organizers in Idaho have only five weeks to fight back for public unions.
By Mary Lou Reed
Bye, Bye Rain
On Bloomsday and royal weddings.
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
'The Taliban Shuffle,' Kim Barker
A former Spokesman-Review reporter digs into Afghanistan and lives to tell about it.
Squall in the Family
A family patriarch dies. Let the aimless infighting begin.
By E.J. Iannelli
A women's tackle football team led by a man who doesn’t feel comfortable yelling at girls.
By Tiffany Harms
Darren Kramer is proud to be the Chiefs' biggest bruiser.
By Howie Stalwick
Atilano's opens a new location in Idaho. Plus, DeLeon's closes its deli downtown.
By Kirsten Harrington
Shenandoah Davis's life — and career — read like a fable.
By Julia Mullen Gordon
'Oui Camera Oui,' The Heavenly States
An album to teach you a little thing called perspective.
By Seth Sommerfeld
'In Love With Oblivion,' Crystal Stilts
On their sophomore effort, Crystal Stilts fell short of our expectations.
By Mark White
Sounds from the Great Beyond
Kawabata Makoto fights with his guitar to tame the sounds of space.
By Leah Sottile
Shyness is Nice
Junip's José González peeks out of his shell.
By Jordan Satterfield
Degrees of Badness
Fast Five is more of a heist flick than a car movie, but it's also a shoddy attempt at creating an anti-hero.
By Ed Symkus
You need a primer on Catholic history to keep up with this drama about Pope Alexander VI.
Harry Connick Jr. In Concert On Broadway
Missed the 2007 Spokane concert? Pick this up.
Fight Night Champion
Despite its name and pedigree, Fight Night Champion doesn't win the title.
By Marty Demarest
Julian Schnabel says Miral is a balanced portrait of the Israel-Palestine conflict. It’s anything but.
Why Spokane's best young runners are discouraged from running Bloomsday.
Bloomsday: 35 Years And Counting
Predictions from the past, getting to the race, Bloomsday trivia, elite previews and more.
By Tiffany Harms and Luke Baumgarten
In the race or on the sidelines, the Sisters of the Holy Names get in on the action.
By Azaria Podplesky
Not a Simple Tee
The 7-plus miles that Bloomies will run this weekend doesn't come close to the distance traveled by the cotton on their backs.
By Nicholas Deshais
Crossing the Bridge
These young runners are homeless. But they won't be left out of the race.
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Politicians avoided the Superfund scarlet letter for Lake Coeur d'Alene, but with a tourism empire now at stake, leaders want to tackle pollution
By Samantha Wohlfeil
Spokane Valley City Council unanimously approves public camping ban despite criticism that it criminalizes homelessness
By Josh Kelety
The numbers are in: Priority Spokane's program to house homeless students works
By Wilson Criscione
Nadine Woodward won. Now comes the hard part
By Inlander Staff
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