Vol. 18, No. 34
More people opt out of vaccination in Washington than in any other state - the numbers are even higher in Spokane.
By Daniel Walters
Leaves in a Jet Plane
Algae, trash, seeds and wood pulp could fuel the future of commercial and military aviation - literally.
By Nicholas Deshais
A Bigfoot is lost, then found. Plus, fighting school reform and a “first” for Spokane cyclists.
By Heidi Groover and Daniel Walters
Out With the Old
WSU has only one idea left for the Jensen-Byrd building: to get rid of it.
By Heidi Groover
Do increased ratings for Anderson Cooper mean we're returning to real news?
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
Anthony Weiner — like all cads and cheaters — should resign.
By George Nethercutt
'The Greater Journey,' David McCullough
Americans' opinions of Paris have influenced the vision we have for ourselves.
How one man's epic voyage down the Columbia 200 years ago changed who we are today.
By Jack Nisbet
Don't Hold It In
Tired of being bullied by heartless bureaucrats? For all your pent-up tensions, Urinetown provides soothing relief.
By Michael Bowen
An organization led by drag queens takes center stage for the area's gay community.
By Jordy Byrd and Tiffany Harms
If Jeshua Anderson becomes an Olympian, the Inland Northwest's new favorite sport might be track.
By Howie Stalwick
Chicken From Scratch
When the roosters get tough, the tough make coq au vin.
By Ari Levaux
No More 'Macaroni'
Coeur d'Alene's Tito Macaroni's grows up. Plus, hard red wheat at a Twin Lakes golf course.
By Carrie Scozzaro
The Count of Country
After 14 albums and a Grammy, Steve Earle is changing his process entirely.
By L. Kent Wolgamott
Point Juncture, WA is practicing the sound — and lifestyle — of a bygone era: the ’90s.
By Julia Mullen Gordon
'Codes and Keys,' Death Cab for Cutie
For once, Death Cab ceases to be pitch-perfect.
By Seth Sommerfeld
On their new album, local indie band Mon Chéri is comfortable in its own skin.
By Leah Sottile
'Ukulele Songs,' Eddie Vedder
Yes, you read that right.
By Azaria Podplesky
Foo Fighters: Back and Forth
Inside the guitars and the growls.
By Joseph Haeger
The new game from Rockstar lacks the variety that makes its other games so fun.
By Marty Demarest
(Fake) Memory Lane
Opening this week: the Spielberg (and Abrams) version of the childhood you never had.
By Luke Baumgarten
Woody Loves Paris
He loves nostalgia, too, so it’s good that his latest rom com samples the Roaring Twenties.
By Cole Smithey
Ring Up the Dead
No need to 'bring out your dead' — not when the dead are already walking among you.
By Ed Symkus
Falling Skies has a big, fun premise— it just needs big, fun characters.
Earl tries his hand at paddling, biking and dribbling and checks out Kiss, Langhorne Slim and sake.
By Joel Smith, Kevin Taylor, Nicholas Deshais and Jordan Satterfield
Earl camps out at the Gorge, kayaks Lake Pend Oreille, hammers the downhills, and more.
By Jordan Satterfield, Tiffany Harms, Joseph Haeger, Daniel Walters and E.J. Iannelli
Earl rides a hog, tries a tri, geeks out at SpoCon and more.
By E.J. Iannelli, Kaitlin Gillespie, Jordy Byrd, Mary Stover, Blair Tellers and Luke Baumgarten
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The benefits - and potential steep costs - of adding video visitation to Spokane County's jail facilities
By Josh Kelety
Our lack of strip clubs means Spokane is missing out on much more than naked ladies
By Elissa Ball
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