Vol. 18, No. 31
The Fine Print
Did Kendall Yards' developer ignore an agreement with the city?
By Daniel Walters
The City in the Valley
Inside a Republican pep rally that's being held in the wrong city.
By Nicholas Deshais
Robots and Rate Hikes
A candidate aims for the geek demographic. Plus, Avista wants more.
By Nicholas Deshais and Daniel Walters
The Yellowing Pages
Seattle kills the phone book. Is Spokane next?
By Kaitlin Gillespie
Huffing and Puffing
The wolf’s strange journey on and off the endangered species list.
By Kevin Taylor
Purity on the March
Why it’s impossible to be a moderate Republican these days.
By Robert Herold
Politics isn't just show business. It's reality TV.
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
The Spirit of the Inland Northwest award got us thinking about where that spirit comes from.
By Jer McGregor
'And Every Man Has to Die,' Frank Zafiro
The Spokane police captain's fourth novel is a genuine page-turner.
By E.J. Iannelli
Comic Book Hero
A graphic-novel guru on the strange appeal of comic books. And why they're here to stay.
By Tiffany Harms
The Spokane Public Market is revitalizing a once-vacant corner of downtown.
By Jordy Byrd
The Glorious Years
Verne Windham's 15-year tenure as director of the Spokane Youth Orchestra comes to an end this week.
Meat Me in CdA
Porky G's is smoking in Coeur d'Alene. Plus, a new wine shop in the Valley.
By Carrie Scozzaro and Joseph Haeger
Golden Hills just celebrated two years of chipping away at your curious devotion to Coors Light.
By Luke Baumgarten
Ayo.O learned to rap because he wasn't supposed to.
By Jorma Knowles
Back (Again) in Black
Hell's Belles: rocker feminists or chicks with schtick?
By Jordan Satterfield
'Simple Math,' Manchester Orchestra
Andy Hull lives up to the hype.
By Seth Sommerfeld
'James Pants,' James Pants
The locally bred DJ grows up on this third record.
By Leah Sottile
Mike Leigh's latest film examines happiness, sadness and people who might be just like you.
By Ed Symkus
A movie in which we realize what made Jack Sparrow so hilarious in the past.
By Maryann Johanson
Batman: The Brave and the Bold
The Brave and the Bold remakes the remakes, returning Batman to his pre-gritty beginnings.
Pretty in Ink
A Spokane filmmaker documents the world of heavily tattooed women.
Slip out of your suit and become a chameleon of war.
By Marty Demarest
Vanishing on 7th Street
Detroit. Millions of people have disappeared. (The rapture?) Now what?
Where We're At
The scene may have taken some hits venue-wise, but we're by no means hurting.
Bands to Watch: Ocean
A longtime beatmaker breaks out on his own to flirt with the dark arts.
Bands to Watch: Horse Thieves
Horse Thieves are an approachable, musical kind of outlaw.
Up for Review
Our music team takes a crack at reviewing some of the latest local releases.
By Tiffany Harms, Jordy Byrd, Mark White, Jordan Satterfield, Leah Sottile and Jorma Knowles
Bands to Watch: K. Clifton
K. Clifton ups your IQ with lyrical acrobatics that are dreamy, heady and philosophical.
Bands to Watch: Silver Treason
Ex-punks gone country.
Bands to Watch: Whiskey Dick Mtn
On the eighth day, God created Whiskey Dick Mountain.
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A Sandpoint mother feared that one day her troubled son would end up dead; turns out, nothing prepares you for it
By Josh Kelety
Prestige Wrestling's Spokane debut, an insane night of 'violence and storytelling'
By Quinn Welsch
Experts say Washington's new higher education bill is one of the smartest ways to make college more affordable
By Wilson Criscione
Brunch at Bon Bon; plus, a new beer stop in Post Falls and a bakery coming to West Spokane
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