Vol. 18, No. 40
Annexation for Millions of Dollars, Alex!
Spokane goes west, a local Jeopardy! champ and biking in the Valley.
By Chris Stein, Daniel Walters and Kaitlin Gillespie
Mormons in the Mainstream
Local members reflect on the church's moment in the national spotlight.
By Nicholas Deshais, Chris Stein and Daniel Walters
A Spokane Trolley?
Transit officials are lined up behind an electric trolley. Now it's City Hall's turn.
By Heidi Groover
Trying to move the homeless away from their homes, some Coeur d'Alene residents are taking the fight to City Hall.
By Chris Stein
The Sierra Club steps into the fight to clean the Spokane River.
Tweeted to Ruin
The Republican Party is micro-blogging while it should be looking for answers.
By Robert Herold
Ready, Set, Punt!
Solving the debt-ceiling crisis is too hard. Why don’t we just let China handle it?
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
Time to honor the best of local theater, from giggling man-children to the heat of Vietnam.
By Michael Bowen
The Deadliest Catch guys started out battling for crab, but now they’re battling for Facebook fans and sponsorship deals.
By Luke Baumgarten
For Your Consideration
An under-rated soft sci-fi film. Plus, the new installment of the “Song of Ice and Fire” series and a worthwhile local blog.
By Jorma Knowles
Global Neighborhood Thrift gives jobs to a community that desperately needs them.
By Daniel Walters
The Boys of Summer
Meet your new favorite Spokane sports team.
By Joel Smith
Move aside, Costco: A sampling trip at the Spokane Public Market is
fresher, tastier and comes with great stories.
By Tiffany Harms
Taste and See moves to the north side. Plus, Greek Street Pizza becomes Cafe Italiano.
How Sera Cahoone found country in the city.
Loud Quiet Loud
Filter’s Richard Patrick has finally realized he doesn’t have to put his hand through a wall to rock.
By Seth Sommerfeld
Armageddon Is People
This quiet film carries the emotional impact of an atom bomb carried on the back of a giant robot chased by an evil wizard.
Alice: Madness Returns
The Madness that's returning isn’t insane or inventive. It's routine and generic.
By Marty Demarest
Old Man Left Behind
An elderly man who wants to learn how to read deserves better than sentimentality and oversimplification.
By Ed Symkus
A Doctor Who spinoff arrives in America, offering easy stereotypes of Americans.
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