Vol. 19, No. 2
A new facility at Whitworth University lets pre-med students go beyond cat guts.
By Chris Stein
The Verner-able Incumbent fights Captain Condor for control of Spokane City Hall.
By Nicholas Deshais
A park in downtown Coeur d'Alene becomes the battlefield for the city's council contest.
By Daniel Walters
A Few of My Favorite Things
Coal trains, river cleanings and occupiers.
By Chris Stein, Daniel Walters and Nicholas Deshais
Washingtonians reliant on disability money are getting a shock as the state cuts budgets and ends a program.
The Young, the Old and the Ballot
Boy Wonder Ben Stuckart faces Fighting Phoenix Dennis Hession in the race for Spokane Council President.
The Super Breakdown
A look at some of the other stuff on Spokane-area ballots.
By Nicholas Deshais, Chris Stein and Daniel Walters
A WSU professor on how the End Times could play a role in the 2012 election.
By Joel Smith
Now on Defense
What Karl Thompson's criminal trial means for the civil case.
A Three-Way Race
The progressives, the business advocates, and the improbables battling for Spokane City Council.
Out of the Bag
The names of people who opposed domestic-partnership rights in 2009 come to light. But what will the info be used for?
Let’s hope the occupation lasts
By Mary Lou Reed
On Cecil Andrus and selfless politics
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
Call for Continuity
Is it time to fire another Spokane
mayor or try something different this time?
By Inlander Staff
For Your Consideration
A new album from Tom Waits. Plus, a better way to share your tweets.
Behind the facade of his Wild Things, there was a lot of backstory to Maurice Sendak's work.
By Lydia Zuraw
A ghost-less ghost story that haunts you with your own fears.
By Michael Bowen
Nelson Boren's 'Sand Creek Arch' has Sandpointers talking. Will it influence the city's upcoming arts projects?
By Joe O'Sullivan
The Walls Can Talk
A look at the guests who may have checked out of life, but who never left the Davenport Hotel.
By Lydia Zuraw and Chris Bovey
A search for some truly spicy food turns into something more.
By Tiffany Harms
Warm with pho. Plus, a new pizzeria in Coeur d'Alene.
By Carrie Scozzaro and Tiffany Harms
The Importance of Being Earnest
Terrible Buttons explore life, existence and the melancholy in between.
By Jordy Byrd
Seattle's Blue Scholars take a bookish approach to hip-hop
By Seth Sommerfeld
Big Trouble in Ancient China
Detective Dee rattles around an imperial city searching for a pyro who is bursting people into flames.
Zooey Deschanel's hipster schtick is actually more 'adorkable' than expected
By Blair Tellers
Booze and Mourning in Puerto Rico
Johnny Depp return as Hunter S. Thompson, and this time, it's personal.
By Cole Smithey
A bright example of serious fantasy combat.
By Marty Demarest
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In its first month, NorthTown Mall's Blue Zoo aquarium was hit with a tidal wave of criticism
Readers respond 'Curing Spokane' video, and to a constitutional 'reset'
AG Ferguson wants Avista to refund $41 million to customers
By Samantha Wohlfeil
Stopping short of saying 'no,' Belle Gardens wedding venue turns away gay couples. Is that illegal?
By Wilson Criscione
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