Vol. 18, No. 50
Dead Man Walks
With the death penalty in the national spotlight, one freed inmate remembers his time on death row.
By Daniel Walters
With candidates casting aspersions on the HPV vaccine, Idaho hopes to turn around the lowest vaccination rate in the nation.
By Chris Stein
Ten stories the mainstream media ignored in the past year, according to Project Censored
By Rebecca Bowe
The Return of Weed
Marijuana activists hit City Hall (again). Plus, a change to the Comp Plan stirs controversy in north Spokane.
By Chris Stein and Daniel Walters
The two candidates in District 1 couldn't be any more opposite.
If Congress doesn't act, you can say hello to a new lost generation.
By Robert Herold
Spokane Valley's leaders are confusing conservative principles with being anti-everything.
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
Make It Better
Bullying of gay students demands our attention here in Spokane.
By Carla Savalli
Like Humans Do
The latest from Interplayers asks what it means to laugh, to be normal, to be broken.
By Michael Bowen
For Your Consideration
Rugby gets national TV recognition (finally). Plus, a great Internet time-waster and the return of a feminist classic.
By Jordy Byrd
The Weeping Woman
A new play about Pablo Picasso's muse navigates the realms of identity, womanhood and surrealist art.
Rooting Out the Past
A food coalition fights for healthier foods on the Coeur d'Alene reservation.
By Guy Hand
Walla Walla in Spokane
Cougar Crest branches out downtown. Plus, westside sushi comes east.
By Kirsten Harrington
Everything but the Kitchen Sink
Cyrus O'Leary's opens its doors one last time, for an auction.
By Lydia Zuraw
Not Just a Band
Rotating stages, marathon concerts and illegal performances - it's all old hat to Japanther.
By Seth Sommerfeld
Justin Townes Earle has a famous dad, but he’s gunning for even more name recognition.
By L. Kent Wolgamott
Resistance 3 has all the pieces of a great shooter, but resists coming together.
By Marty Demarest
Dinosaurs, Nerd Night, and Ashton Kutcher
Five big questions for the new television season
By Blair Tellers and Daniel Walters
The odds of Adam surviving cancer are 50/50. The odds of you enjoying this comedy are quite a bit better.
By Cole Smithey
Submit an Event
Submit an Event
Browse all Film Times
A new pop-up dinner series combines creative food with the power of pop culture
By Chey Scott
With Mike Fagan running to be Spokane's council president, it's a free-for-all scramble for his seat
By Josh Kelety
Dick's: Spokane changes. Downtown changes. Dick's remains.
Roger's Ice Cream and Burgers: Keepin' it real in North Idaho since 1940
By Carrie Scozzaro
Entree Food Newsletter