Vol. 19, No. 3
Media on Trial
Scoring the media's coverage of the Zehm trial
By Nicholas Deshais
Unoccupy Your Bank?
Peacemaking and bank transfers
By Nicholas Deshais and Daniel Walters
Karl Thompson found guilty in Zehm death
By Jacob H. Fries
Off the Bus
Three passengers say they were kicked off a Spokane bus for discussing bisexuality.
By Daniel Walters
An Uphill Battle
The fate of North Idaho's Scotchman Peaks hangs on bureaucracy, politics and old habits
By Zach Hagadone
Of Nuclear Proportions
Federal scientists allege catastrophic mismanagement of the costliest environmental cleanup in the world
By Joshua Frank
Here They Come
Spokane's mayor green-lights megaloads on city streets. Environmentalists cry foul.
By Chris Stein
The City's Response
Spokane's mayor and police chief react to the Thompson verdict
The Lost Generation
Round three in the war against the liberal arts
By Robert Herold
What the Bard can teach us about truthiness in American politics
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
For Your Consideration
The Charles Dickens of graphic novels. Plus, new work from Joan Didion and a vegetarian baking book
By Leah Sottile
Living in the Past
America's quirky historian comes to town to talk Bible prudes and royal incest.
By Joe O'Sullivan
The Disappearing Davenport District
Spokane loses a longtime arts booster.
The Receptionist makes you want to shout, 'We waited 45 minutes for this?!'
By E.J. Iannelli
A local bakery produces bread, muffins, and … reformed prisoners?
By Jordy Byrd
Party Like A Bandit
The Vault Supper Club opens in a 1920s bank vault. Plus, a new hot-doggery in downtown Spokane.
By Tiffany Harms and Alicia Purvis-Lariviere
Some differences (but mostly similarities) between the new Trader Joe's and Grocery Outlet
By Luke Baumgarten
World-class saxist Joshua Redman is jamming with Whitworth University Jazz Ensemble
Paired for three decades, They Might Be Giants' two Johns put all their madness into their music
How a surf-rock band from a town with no coastline is breathing new life into an old sound.
Kelsey Grammer is a colossus as the mayor of Chicago. But he could use a few good aldermen.
Arkham City is almost a perfect videogame
By Marty Demarest
What Lies Beneath
It’s easy to float in the mainstream. The GLBT Film Festival dives deeper.
By Tiffany Harms
My Joy will rid you of any desire to move to Russia
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Letter: Spokane doesn't have a homeless issue
Judge throws out confession of former LC student who allegedly threatened to 'shoot up' school, targeted classmate
By Wilson Criscione
Priority Spokane's new priority: Reducing family trauma and violence
I Saw You
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