Vol. 18, No. 33
State of Well-Being
Spokane scores a medical school as health programs are gutted statewide.
By Daniel Walters
A park riles up the Lake City. Plus, animal torture and juvenile sex offenders.
By Inlander Staff
Cut Off Our Legs
Area organizations lose more state funding — but they’re used to it.
By Kaitlin Gillespie
As the budget ax falls, students learn to speak out.
By Derek Brown
A Tale of Two Legislators
Spokane's two freshman legislators debrief us on the legislative session, babies, biofuels and the region’s new medical school.
By Nicholas Deshais
From kindergarten to home school, the Legislature slashes education funding.
No, Pigs Can't Fly
The Republican budget just doesn't add up
By Robert Herold
The Power of Why
Your kids may annoy you with questions, but da Vinci was the same way.
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
What to see, hear and eat during the weekend in Coeur d'Alene Park.
Revealing Da Vinci
Beset by budget cuts, the MAC scores one of its biggest exhibits ever.
By Carrie Scozzaro
'The Listener,' David Lester
A graphic novel that traces a history of guilt from Nazi Germany to the present day.
By Nicole Gluckstern
Whole Grain Pain
Why does eating healthy have to take a bite out of your wallet?
By Kirsten Harrington
The Show Goes On
Spokane's Taste Washington event lives on as Vintage Spokane. Plus, new restaurants coming this summer.
By Tiffany Harms
'Murder the Mountains,' Red Fang
An album that's as good as the live show that's as good as the album.
By Leah Sottile
Crickets of Cascadia take the stage this weekend. Plus, shows from Strength, Shim, Old Bear Mountain and more.
Brotha Lynch Hung, after all these years, retains his significance as a particular sort of rap icon.
By Jorma Knowles
'Dirty Radio,' Sallie Ford and the Sound Outside
Ford's voice anchors an album of blues, jazz, punk and ragtime.
How a Midwest country boy found rock 'n' roll fame through grunge, British soul and Jack White.
By Jordy Byrd
A film that's supposed to shock just ends up making you feel sad.
A team-based shooter that's fluid, fast and occasionally too frustrating.
By Marty Demarest
Kids will get a kick out of Kung Fu Panda 2, but there’s not much for the adults in the room.
By Marjorie Baumgarten
X-Men gets better as it delves further into its characters' pasts.
By Ed Symkus
Makes you want to break up with television forever.
By Blair Tellers
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