Vol. 18, No. 29
You're not going to let a little thing like a birth certificate convince you of someone's birth, are you?
By Daniel Walters
The Kalispel tribe hit a jackpot with off-rez gaming. So why are they worried about the Spokanes doing the same?
By Kevin Taylor
The Death of Dispensaries
How a month of memos, votes, raids and a veto killed Washington's — and maybe the nation's — medical marijuana industry.
By Nicholas Deshais
Threats to nature and free speech. Plus, a ghost bike.
By Nicholas Deshais and Daniel Walters
Should We Leave?
If Obama pulls troops out now, he won’t be the first pro-war Democrat to be called 'soft.'
By Robert Herold
Jobs, Not Jihad
Bin Laden is dead. What now?
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
What Things Remain
A local artist on little black dresses and how so much of creation is about erosion.
By Luke Baumgarten
You Can't Keep Up. Hooray!
You have a choice: either drown in the flood of culture, or just let go.
By Leah Sottile
Determined to Love
The Miracle Worker is about overcoming disabilities with determination. It's about Patty Duke's life, too.
By Michael Bowen
National Public Radio icon Carl Kasell talks news, books and magic tricks.
By Joseph Haeger
Summer Camps 2011 (1 of 2)
The region's definitive resource for choosing a summer camp.
By Jordy Byrd
The Routes of Man
In his road-trip book on roads, Ted Conover finds both progress and peril.
Summer Camps 2011 (2 of 2)
Dance/cheer, music, arts & writing, educational, special-Needs, multi-sport, tennis, gymnastics, soccer, football, volleyball, baseball, basketball and other sports camps.
Wait, Wait… One More
Ben's Yogurt and Deli in Spokane Valley. Plus, steak at the new and improved Cda Casino
By Kirsten Harrington and Carrie Scozzaro
Taking the (Cup)cake
We try all of the cupcakes in the Inland Northwest so you don't have to. (Isn’t that nice of us?)
By Carrie Scozzaro and Tiffany Harms
Red Fang drank a lot and made a great music video — and they got signed because of it.
'Take Care, Take Care, Take Care,' Explosions In The Sky
Explosions in the Sky ditch the soft-loud dynamic for just soft and boring.
By Seth Sommerfeld
Joe Pug sings like Dylan, borrows from Hiatt and does business like Radiohead. But he sounds like America.
By Jordan Satterfield
'Hot Sauce Committee Part 2,' Beastie Boys
They're back, and almost as good as they used to be.
By Mark White
Romance, With Brains
Ginnifer Goodwin in her first leading role adds a little thought — and self-loathing — to the rom-com world.
By Ed Symkus
Combine Thor with a little Shakespeare and you've got yourself a good time.
By Maryann Johanson
Treme focuses on the triumph beneath the brokenness in post-Katrina New Orleans.
By Lisa Fairbanks-Rossi
The makers of Planet Earth and Life turn their lenses around.
I destroyed the land of Nippon five years ago. Time to clean up.
By Marty Demarest
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Nadine Woodward likes Marysville's 'zero tolerance' approach to homelessness - but Spokane's approach may be tougher already
By Wilson Criscione
Police ombudsman slams change in new Spokane Police Department use-of-force policy as 'egregious step backward'
By Josh Kelety
Letter: Since I moved back to Spokane, I have been thrilled with what it's become
Newly opened in Hayden, Belle's Brunch House serves classic brunch fare all day long
By Carrie Scozzaro
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