Vol. 18, No. 51
Church And State
As the recession reduces education budgets, local churches come bearing manpower and funds.
By Daniel Walters
One South Hill woman loves what the district's doing. The other hates it.
Richard Rush is trying to keep his seat and his sway. Mike Allen just wants to get back on the Council.
By Chris Stein
She Said, He Said
The winners and losers of two recent debates.
By Nicholas Deshais and Daniel Walters
Costco is pushing an initiative to privatize liquor sales in Washington. Sound familiar?
A Senate race gets sexy, protesters continue to Occupy Spokane, and Idaho makes The Daily Show.
By Nicholas Deshais, Daniel Walters and Chris Stein
Mary's Very Bad Month
Verner has stumbled into a PR nightmare, but her leadership still shows.
By Robert Herold
A Sick System
Obamacare could crash and burn. But maybe that's a good thing, says T.R. Reid.
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
If two of this season's initiatives sound familiar, it's because we've voted on them before.
By Inlander Staff
Night at the Museum
Terrain took Spokane by storm three years ago. But how much more can they accomplish?
By Jordy Byrd
Visual Arts Tour
Thirty-seven galleries, so little time.
For Your Consideration
Feist is back. Plus, yes, it's still baseball season.
By Joel Smith
Once More with Feeling
The Civic might take a cue from the lesson of its own Thoroughly Modern Millie.
By E.J. Iannelli
West Central gets its own sandwich shop. Plus, a tour of Asia on the South Hill.
By Kirsten Harrington
Taste of Fall
We asked three local bartenders to help you transition into the long, cold nights ahead. Here are their prescriptions.
The Sauce Lady
After 30 years of teaching, Tullia Barbanti was ready for a career in her kitchen.
By Alison Highberger
I'll Do It Myself
April Smith and her DIY ethics take on the music industry and win.
By Tiffany Harms
It's not all about the eyes at the big annual art exhibit
By Leah Sottile
Fresh for Fall
Five hot new albums and what we thought of them.
By Leah Sottile, Jordan Satterfield, Seth Sommerfeld, Mark White and Chris Stein
American Horror Story
Glee's loony master takes a reckless stab at horror.
Corruption and Compromise
While not quite as good as the political thrillers it emulates, George Clooney’s new film is still an immediate and necessary story.
By Marjorie Baumgarten
Gears of War 3
Epic ambitions are undercut by average action in Gears of War 3.
It Doesn't Get Better
This tale of a high school outcast is quietly powerful, if not transformative.
An Encyclopedia of Local Dining, Pt. II
Your culinary reference guide, from Korean to Zilch
By Luke Baumgarten, Jordy Byrd, Tiffany Harms, Kirsten Harrington, Carrie Scozzaro, Leah Sottile, Annemarie C. Frohnhoefer and Alicia Purvis-Lariviere
An Encyclopedia of Local Dining, Pt. I
Your culinary reference guide, from Asian to Japanese.
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CONCERT REVIEW: Bob Seger's old time rock 'n' roll filled a happy Spokane Arena Thursday
By Dan Nailen
Letter: Spokane doesn't have a homeless issue
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By Samantha Wohlfeil
John Travolta is one of our best actors. Why is he in so many terrible movies?
By Nathan Weinbender
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