Vol. 18, No. 42
A jet-biofuel effort in Washington gains steam. Plus, our pols in D.C. weigh in on the debt.
By Nicholas Deshais
A state arbitrator says Spokane overreached by expanding the police ombudsman’s powers. So now what?
The Longest Yard
Last week, 23 members of local law enforcement strode onto a football field for charity. A bunch of them limped off.
By Luke Baumgarten
One-Way or the Other
Is the Spokane Valley City Council rigging its own ballot measure to fail?
By Daniel Walters
A Time to Chill
What to do now that the debt-ceiling thing is over.
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
Lincoln or Buchanan?
Obama’s favorite president is Lincoln. But his over-intellectualizing is classic Buchanan.
By Robert Herold
A filmmaker talks about digging up the past and putting the present into perspective.
By Tiffany Harms
It's good to be known for something funny. Until that overshadows everything else you do.
For Your Consideration
Cruising the LA freeways in Call of Juarez: Cartel. Plus, a similar-sounding graphic novel and your new (old) Internet addiction.
By Chris Stein
The top 50 Inland Northwest athletes of all time
By Howie Stalwick
Bard in the Yard
Kevin Connell is trying to start a Spokane Shakespeare Festival, starting with an on-campus rom-com.
By Michael Bowen
Booze Brings Us Together
Waiting at Dry Fly on the eve of their first-ever bourbon release.
The Creamers of Creams
It's hard working making something taste magical. Thankfully, Brian Freeze Creamery has an Oompa Loompa.
Class with a Side of Gaga
Seasonal dining in Coeur d'Alene. Plus, eating (REALLY) local in Sagle.
By Carrie Scozzaro
The old days were good for the Accused, but these days they’re OK with mp3s and LOLing.
By Kevin Stewart-Panko
The Stone Foxes know a thing or two about the trials of the open road.
By Julia Mullen Gordon
Best of the Fest
Brandi Carlile and a smattering of other acts play the Festival at Sandpoint.
By Jordy Byrd
Shining Through Negatives
Nobody knows fashion like Bill Cunningham. But nobody knows Bill Cunningham.
By Ethan Wolcott
You thought Captain Sig was tough, but he didn't have four feet of shag carpet hanging off his face.
By Blair Tellers
NCAA Football 12
This one goes down just a few yards short of touchdown.
By Marty Demarest
Twist With a Twist
Don't write The Change-Up off just because it's the 18th body-swap comedy you’ve seen.
By Ed Symkus
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By Chey Scott
Spokane's new city spokesman is its old
Wes Crago, Spokane's new city administrator, aims for stability and consensus before any dramatic reinvention
Google to help Spokane small businesses, nonprofits, job seekers with day of workshops
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