Vol. 18, No. 35
County commissioner Al French turns against his old stomping grounds.
By Nicholas Deshais
A proposed federal law riles raw-milk proponents in Idaho.
By Heidi Groover
The Best and the Worst
We asked 900 lobbyists what they thought of Eastern Washington’s legislators. This is what some of them said.
The Oprah Effect
Will KREM’s loss be a boon for other stations?
By Scott A. Leadingham
The Palin Zone
Why are we listening to Sarah Palin when we should be fixing unemployment?
By Robert Herold
Global Civil Rights
The author of Spokane's Community Bill of Rights on fighting for nature.
By Thomas Linzey
More Than A Game
What would Clarence Darrow say about the NFL and NBA disputes?
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
Shel Silverstein’s raunchy one-man play travels through hell and back.
By Jordy Byrd
Amy Stewart analyzes how creepy-crawlies have had a hand in human history.
By Joseph Haeger
'The Lost Cyclist,' David V. Herlihy
Around the world on a bike in the 1890s? David Herlihy’s book manages to make even a strong premise boring.
Oz in 3D
Can a staged Wizard compete with the classic movie? If it has Mallory King and cute school kids, why, yes, it can.
By Michael Bowen
Hairy Beings and Nothingness
No one has yet proven he exists, but Bigfoot isn’t going anywhere.
By Luke Baumgarten
What started as a reaction to one police officer's remark has now swept the globe. And now it's happening in the Inland Northwest.
By Kaitlin Gillespie
The Budge Brothers have lived with beer their whole lives. Plus, MacKenzie River pizza comes to Washington.
By Luke Baumgarten and Tiffany Harms
Making high-end use of the humble Idaho potato.
By Guy Hand
A heavy band for the indie crowd, the Sword turns its gaze to outer space.
By Jordan Satterfield
'David Comes to Life,' F---ED UP
A punk band that has grown up in a good way.
Longtime Seattle band the Purrs give a little advice on how to rock for life.
By Julia Mullen Gordon
'The Valley Path,' US Christmas
One of the best albums of the year comes out of nowhere.
By Leah Sottile
There are lots of stories of exotic pets gone rogue. This doc focuses on the right one.
One Ring To Bore Them All
Green Lantern is a big, loud, flashy emerald mess.
By Ed Symkus
Being a teenage werewolf is much more complicated today than it was for Michael J. Fox.
American: The Bill Hicks Story
Surveying the life of an unlikely comic patriot.
You can't make it if you fake it — except while 'playing' ExerBeat.
By Marty Demarest
Organic Chemicals Could Prevent Disaster
Plus four other lessons local universities taught us this year.
By Joel Smith
Crystals Could Fuel Our Future
And four other lessons local universities taught us this year.
We Could Make Cancer Mortal
By Daniel Walters
Your Girlfriend Has Buyer's Remorse
Computers Can Read Your Mind
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CONCERT REVIEW: Bob Seger's old time rock 'n' roll filled a happy Spokane Arena Thursday
By Dan Nailen
Letter: Spokane doesn't have a homeless issue
New timber factory in Spokane Valley will help economize forest health, create jobs, Washington leaders say
By Samantha Wohlfeil
John Travolta is one of our best actors. Why is he in so many terrible movies?
By Nathan Weinbender
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