Vol. 18, No. 47
Too Many, Too Few
Central Valley has too many kids. East Valley has too few. Neither has money to fix the issue.
By Daniel Walters
Prints Raise Brows
A proposal to scan elementary students' fingerprints draws fire from parents before being put on hold.
By Chris Stein
In the aftermath of 9/11, the FBI has become a massive domestic-spying agency.
By Kevin Gosztola
First Do No Harm
Finding justice - for the accused and accuser - when complaints against medical professionals arise isn't easy.
By Heidi Groover
How We've Changed
Locals reflect on 9/11 and its last impact
Rescue from Above
What was really going on when the helicopters started flying over my campsite?
By Nicholas Deshais
Hour of Remembrance
September 11 brought the country together. Let's come together again.
By George Nethercutt
What happened to the unity we felt after September 11?
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
Highway to Hell
Apocalypse, politics, drugs, censorship and revolution - the latest at the Kolva-Sullivan Gallery.
By Carrie Scozzaro
There are polo players, and then there are polo people.
By Luke Baumgarten
For Your Consideration
A U.K. comedy duo you should check out. Plus, a new bio on old tycoons, and Northwest punk in New York.
By E.J. Iannelli
Spokane's most famous couponer shows how to take advantage of the system.
By Jordy Byrd
Let's Get Weird
Your step-by-step guide to hob-nobbing with superfans at a Weird Al concert.
By Tiffany Harms
Cupcakes to Go
A new cupcake bakery on the South Hill looks to France for inspiration. Plus, raw milk to order.
By Jordy Byrd and Kirsten Harrington
Got an invasion of zucchini you don't know what to do with? Here are some tips.
By Ari Levaux
B-52s founding member Cindy Wilson talks about a new band called Already Taken and her late, great brother Ricky.
Words Get In the Way
Explosions in the Sky makes heartfelt music that you can't sing along to.
By Seth Sommerfeld
Sons of Anarchy
Sons is back in the saddle after a painful wipeout.
Everyone is screwed in Steven Soderbergh's new thriller.
By Ed Symkus
Deus Ex: Human Revolution
Witness the next stage in role-playing's evolution.
This gimmick flick sticks with you after the novelty fades.
By Ethan Wolcott
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Despite voter-approved measure making labor bargaining public, Spokane Police Guild negotiations to remain closed
By Josh Kelety
Sex. Violence. Transparency. Race. How is the Spokane Police Department doing under Chief Craig Meidl?
Country legends John Prine, Tanya Tucker and Charley Pride coming to Spokane, and more upcoming shows
By Nathan Weinbender
To-Go Box: Locust opens, more Secret Burger events and a Coeur d'Alene brewery closure
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