Vol. 18, No. 39
Booster Gone Sterling
Marty Dickinson’s new digs. Plus, McMorris Rodgers takes on Obama and a totem pole goes away.
By Daniel Walters, Nicholas Deshais, Chris Stein and Kaitlin Gillespie
Oil and Water
A network of pipelines threatens Spokane's drinking water.
By Nicholas Deshais
How wind power is reshaping the Palouse and giving at least one dying town a second chance.
By Heidi Groover
Tragedy in the River
The deaths of three Bhutanese refugees bring sadness and closure.
By Chris Stein
We shouldn't raise the debt ceiling without reducing spending.
By George Nethercutt
Follow the Money
Big Money drives the national campaigns, but it's starting to do the same here.
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
For Your Consideration
New music from Bon Iver. Plus, an online TV treasure trove and a card game for the sick and depraved.
By Jordy Byrd
A local fashionista celebrates a year of business after risking it all
By Tiffany Harms
Country Behind Bars
Charles Shaw’s Exile Nation aims to be a complete, 40-year oral history of the War on Drugs.
By Joseph Haeger
French maid, schoolboy, Terran marine: At Spokane’s anime convention, you can be anyone you want.
By Leah Sottile
Valleyford's On Sacred Grounds expands. Plus, lunch at Rock House Bistro.
By Tiffany Harms and Yvonne Lucero Snow
Have Tandoor, Will Travel
An Uzbek oven makes a long journey to its new home.
By Kirsten Harrington
After the Revolution
Toad the Wet Sprocket got huge in the 1990s. But today, they’re OK with being a small indie band.
By Seth Sommerfeld
The Portland Cello Project plays the entire classical repertoire, including Britney Spears.
By Michael Bowen
Three reasons for why it’s the best television drama ever.
By Daniel Walters
The Mortal End
The excellent final Harry Potter installment has “Deathly” in its title. Don’t expect everyone to survive.
By Ed Symkus
The scares are scarce in F.E.A.R. 3, but the shooting is frightfully strong.
By Marty Demarest
Love Ya, Hunny
Return to hand-drawn animation and learn a gentle lesson in Disney’s Winnie the Pooh.
By Cole Smithey
Making the Cut
A dispatch from last Friday’s Survivor casting call at Northern Quest.
By Scott A. Leadingham
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With Mike Fagan running to be Spokane's council president, it's a free-for-all scramble for his seat
By Josh Kelety
A new pop-up dinner series combines creative food with the power of pop culture
By Chey Scott
Roger's Ice Cream and Burgers: Keepin' it real in North Idaho since 1940
By Carrie Scozzaro
Dick's: Spokane changes. Downtown changes. Dick's remains.
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