Vol. 18, No. 43
Trouble Coming Home
A new court program helps veterans learn to live again.
By Heidi Groover
Revenge of Prop. 4
The Community Bill of Rights is back - shorter, sleeker but still the same.
By Daniel Walters
To Chase or Not to Chase
When motorists flee, police often call off the chase. Why?
By Chris Stein
Voters got the politicians they voted for. But how will they feel come the 2012 elections?
By George Nethercutt
Searching for optimism at Glacier National Park.
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
A Conversation with Patricia Briggs
The bestselling sci-fi author on werewolves, vampires and using your imagination in eastern Washington.
By Ethan Wolcott
Sewn in Spokane
The Runway Renegades show is back. Meet some of the local designers showing off their work.
By Jordy Byrd and Tiffany Harms
This Will Absolutely Happen
Local nerds share their plans for the zombie apocalypse.
Think your job is risky? Try dodging bison during mating season.
There's a war raging on Spokane's north side. And it's being fought with Nerf guns.
By Jordy Byrd
Brooklyn in Idaho
North Idaho Theatre is starting up, and its first production's a real Beach.
By Michael Bowen
For Your Consideration
Conquering Spokane on the iPhone. Plus, local history and seven minutes in heaven.
By Nicholas Deshais
After changing the way we mock movies, Mystery Science Theater and RiffTrax’ Mike Nelson bring the shtick to the multiplex.
By Luke Baumgarten
A look into the face of online reviews in a mid-sized city.
By Tiffany Harms
Easy On The Eyes
Things aren't as ugly as they sound in Coeur d'Alene. Plus, cupcakes made with beer!
By Carrie Scozzaro and Jordy Byrd
Lonely Are the Brave
Jason Campbell moved back to Spokane, found his band and the tragic, sexy sound of Mirror Mirror.
By Leah Sottile
Vendetta Red thinks they never got a fair shake, but they’re trying one more time.
By Seth Sommerfeld
The American Way
Which country star best represents our country’s values?
For the institution of racism, The Help is The Shawshank Redemption.
By Ed Symkus
Adult Swim's latest spoof almost spoofs itself.
Heart of Darkness
Imagine Schindler's List, without the optimism.
For mindless retro action, The Asskickers kicks ass.
By Marty Demarest
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A new bill would compensate the Spokane Tribe for lost land
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A Border Patrol agent reveals what it's really like to guard migrant children
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