Vol. 18, No. 30
Legislators find a way to help Washington's governments balance their budgets — by collecting taxes.
By Nicholas Deshais
A citizens panel cleared the deputy who shot Wayne Scott Creach, but the slain pastor’s family isn’t convinced.
By Kevin Taylor
In one swoop, nearly every counselor in Spokane Public Schools was laid off — at least temporarily.
By Daniel Walters
Sizing up the Crowd
Beating Obama should be a snap, given the right candidate.
By George Nethercutt
Span of Years
My year-span stretches back to 1919. How about yours?
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
With Frost/Nixon, the Civic tries to make humans out of icons.
By E.J. Iannelli
What's in a Name?
If our names reflect the times we live in, what will we call the children of the Great Recession?
By Steve Wing
Wicked on the Inside
The thinking person's guide to this Broadway spectacle.
By Michael Bowen
Pride and Prejudice
A YouTube video by a Spokane man sparked an international movement to support gay youth.
By Jordy Byrd
The online hive mind buzzes with news and rumor, but who is left to sort it all out?
'Bossy Pants,' Tina Fey
Yes, Ms. Fey, we know how great you are.
By Joseph Haeger
Bag O'Nails Pub in the Valley. Plus, Northstar Seafood opens a restaurant on the South Hill.
By Joseph Haeger and Kirsten Harrington
Five local fast food joints take on America's best burger — and mostly win.
By Luke Baumgarten
I'm Not Dead Yet
Members of Yamamoto have been doing this since before you were born.
By Tiffany Harms
To some, William Fitzsimmons' songs aren't music. They’re therapy.
By Julia Mullen Gordon
'Helplessness Blues,' Fleet Foxes
Darker, better than the first.
By Jordan Satterfield
'Raven in the Grave,' The Raveonettes
Being sad never sounded so nice.
By Leah Sottile
Loss and Lechery
Don't expect to hear much Metallica or see any sweet mullets in Hesher.
The Sure Thing
A summer's worth of proof that Hollywood hates us.
By Luke Baumgarten and Joseph Haeger
James May’s Road Trip
The guy from the British Top Gear goes wine-tasting.
By Blair Tellers
From Prada to Nada
Jane Austen's Sense and Sensibility gets the East L.A. treatment.
Michael Jackson: The Experience
You haven't really understood Michael Jackson until you've tried to dance like him.
By Marty Demarest
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I Saw You
Peirone Prize 2019: Katie Tolley gives back anywhere she can as a volunteer crisis response advocate and coordinator
By Wilson Criscione
Inslee ends presidential bid, opioid medication is being smuggled into Spokane jail, and morning headlines
Why medication for opioid addiction is smuggled into Spokane County Jail via the mail more than any other drug
By Josh Kelety
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