Vol. 18, No. 44
Fighting Wind, Still
A local man's fight against a wind farm gets blowback.
By Heidi Groover
Designing the U-District
WSU connects architects and designers with Spokane's economy. Or at least it used to.
By Chris Stein
Behind the Curtain
Local Ukrainians recall their escape from the USSR.
By Nicholas Deshais
Statue Postpones MLK Bomb Trial
Not questioning the Bill of Rights, MLK in stone, protesting docks and police accountability.
By Nicholas Deshais and Daniel Walters
Why budgets never actually get resolved in Congress.
By Robert Herold
It's time to close the Otto Zehm case.
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
The Butterfly Effect
Reflecting on life, death and Lepidoptera as summer fades.
By Steve Wing
For your Consideration
Samurai madness from Takashi Miike. Plus, an insanely twisted game and a comic book that wrestles with big questions.
Despise musicals? Love off-color humor? Sperm! might be the production you’ve been waiting for.
By E.J. Iannelli
One group is bringing the humor of SNL and Mad TV to local stages.
By Tiffany Harms
A start-up sweets company looks for funds online. Plus, the new Luxe Coffee House.
By Luke Baumgarten
Wipe your shoes, clean your plate, bus your dishes: At Rosa’s, you’re family.
By Leah Sottile
Some by Sea
How a Hawaiian voyage with a pregnant sea captain, a famous boat and some jellyfish led to beautiful music.
Business As Usual
Meet Jared Mees: musician by night, music mogul by day.
By Julia Mullen Gordon
I should be a sucker for The Hour. I'm not.
Every parent's nightmare just got a little more mass-murder-y.
By Ethan Wolcott
Bleach: Soul Resurrección
A quick, combative and undemanding fighter.
By Marty Demarest
An interesting idea - following a friendship on the same day every year - is made really uninteresting.
By Ed Symkus
Eastern Washington University
Where the fields shine red
By Jordan Satterfield
Washington State University
Beyond cougars and kegs
By Kaitlin Gillespie
What School Won't Teach You
The case for skipping class
College tips for freeloaders
By Joseph Haeger
North Idaho College
Your lake place
University of Idaho
Oasis on the Palouse
Why a prank pulled at Whitworth looks different at WSU
Spokane Community Colleges
Build it, weld it, rewire it
Take the bulldog by the horns
By Daniel Walters
Adventure! Excitement! Pinecones!
Minding Your Mind
College can be a psychological pressure cooker. But there's help.
Why the traditional four-year experience can be even richer for older students.
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Local delivery chains Pizza Rita and Pizza Pipeline have been sending tasty pies out across the region for three decades
By Chey Scott
Spokane's new city spokesman is its old
North Idaho legislator booted for tax fraud, most black Americans see Trump as racist, and other headlines
Google to help Spokane small businesses, nonprofits, job seekers with day of workshops
By Samantha Wohlfeil
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