Issue of

Nov 3-9, 2011

Vol. 19, No. 3





  • Hard Labor

    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

  • Comparison Shopping

    Some differences (but mostly similarities) between the new Trader Joe's and Grocery Outlet

    By Luke Baumgarten


  • One-Night Band

    World-class saxist Joshua Redman is jamming with Whitworth University Jazz Ensemble

    By Joe O'Sullivan

  • Average Johns

    Paired for three decades, They Might Be Giants' two Johns put all their madness into their music

    By E.J. Iannelli

  • Making Waves

    How a surf-rock band from a town with no coastline is breathing new life into an old sound.

    By Leah Sottile


  • Boss

    Kelsey Grammer is a colossus as the mayor of Chicago. But he could use a few good aldermen.

    By Daniel Walters

  • Arkham City

    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

  • Georgy, Parked

    My Joy will rid you of any desire to move to Russia

    By Luke Baumgarten

Spokane Aerial + AirAligned @ Bing Crosby Theater

Sat., Sept. 21, 7:30-9:45 p.m.
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