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Oct 13-19, 2011

Vol. 18, No. 52


  • Still Occupying

    The demonstration in downtown continues. Plus, the police ombudsman gets weaker.

    By Chris Stein and Daniel Walters

  • The Bulldog

    When Spokane cops beat and hog-tied Otto Zehm, they could count on one man coming to their defense: Rocky Treppiedi.

    By Nicholas Deshais

  • Otto Zehm Timeline

    The key moments in the case of Otto Zehm, from his death in 2006 to the Thompson trial

    By Chris Stein and Daniel Walters

  • Old Guard Vs. New

    One candidate is running for his past job. The other says the past is over.

    By Daniel Walters

  • Crimes of Hate?

    Is the gay community being targeted? Or is something else at work?

    By Chris Stein

  • When a Pipeline Breaks

    A recent drop in pressure in a pipe that carries diesel has locals scrambling.

    By Nicholas Deshais




  • It's Chemistry

    The Sapphire Lounge cuts down its food menu, beefs up its drink menu. Plus, get lifted with BiPlane Brewing.

    By Carrie Scozzaro and Luke Baumgarten

  • Hot House

    Why Stewart Fry's lettuce is different from any other kind you can find locally.

    By Alicia Purvis-Lariviere



  • Homeland

    What does a terrorist look like?

    By Luke Baumgarten

  • Foot Still Loose

    This piece-of-fluff remake is marginally better than the piece of fluff it is based on.

    By Ed Symkus

  • NBA 2K12

    Realistic action and unreal intelligence are uneasy teammates in NBA 2K12.

    By Marty Demarest

  • Not Even For The Birds

    Like the European Starling, this invasive little pest shouldn't have been introduced into our ecosystem.

    By Ed Symkus

JP Sears @ Spokane Comedy Club

Thu., Jan. 23, Fri., Jan. 24 and Sat., Jan. 25
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