Vol. 18, No. 45
Let the Sun Shine
The state Supreme Court ruled, and now Spokane's police must be more transparent.
By Nicholas Deshais
Corker’s out, Verner's way in, and other wrap-ups from last week's primary election.
By Chris Stein, Nicholas Deshais and Daniel Walters
How an Idaho cop's "false testimony" helped send a man away for murder
By Chris Stein
Hug Those Trees
Why clear-cutting near North Idaho College is a bad idea.
By Mary Lou Reed
Big Sky Stories
As Montana goes, so might go the rest of the nation in the Big Money 2012 election.
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
St. Mark's Gospel
The late Mark Hatfield proved that the words 'moderate' and 'Republican' can coexist.
By Gail Wells
For Your Consideration
A TV show that makes drinking easy. Plus, Europe's most popular online music service comes to the U.S.
By Luke Baumgarten
A Desk of One's Own
The new art of working alone, together.
What I learned about my mom by running 10 kilometers through the mud with her.
By Jordy Byrd
Shakespeare Seeks a Silo
If you build a theater in the round, they will come. Even if you build it inside a grain silo.
By Michael Bowen
Copy and Paste
How a South Hill copy shop started producing some of the best writing in Spokane.
By E.J. Iannelli
Coup de Taste
How a local group of 'food terrorists' is waging war on hunger.
By Kirsten Harrington
Pat Ferraro opens his third restaurant. Plus, French-inspired Vietnamese in Coeur d'Alene.
By Carrie Scozzaro and Kirsten Harrington
Teacher and Student
The Inlander asked one local emcee to email off any question he wanted at one of his biggest influences.
By K. Clifton
Three shy, unassuming guys are redefining what it means to be metal in Spokane.
In the Flow with Affion Crockett
Sketch comedy from a guy who wants to be the next Wayans brother
By Lisa Fairbanks-Rossi
The Long Con
This pull-the-rug-out thriller jerks you around but ultimately plays fair.
By Sean Burns
Child of Eden
A pretty, on-rails shooter that is also pretty predictable
By Marty Demarest
On second thought, yes, be very afraid of the dark.
By Ed Symkus
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Trump abandons gun background checks, Spokane Police Guild calls for Matt Shea resignation, and other headlines
By Josh Kelety
CONCERT REVIEW: 'Weird Al' Yankovic, backed by a 41-piece orchestra, still dares to be stupid after all these years
By Nathan Weinbender
As wildfires get worse, insurers pull back from riskiest areas
By The New York Times
The Spokane Public Facilities District keeps vaulting over obstacles while running toward the dream of a Sportsplex. Will it be worth it?
By Daniel Walters
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