Vol. 19, No. 5
Why prescription drugs are getting harder to find, despite an act by the president.
By Chris Stein
Karl Thompson resigns, and a Sandpoint thief pleads guilty
By Chris Stein and Daniel Walters
City Hall Shuffle
Was it a conservative sweep, or did the hardest-working candidate win? Plus other election news.
By Nicholas Deshais, Daniel Walters and Chris Stein
Lost in the Shuffle
Why progress made in Washington state's much-criticized foster care system is now in jeopardy.
By Daniel Walters
Time to Govern
David Condon proved he could win an election. But can he govern?
By Robert Herold
Tim Eyman's latest initiative failed at the ballot. But not in Eastern Washington. What gives?
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
For Your Consideration
Kindling a fire. Plus, new stuff from Stephen King and Spokane's Penny Arcade
By Luke Baumgarten
The guy in front is sawing away at his cello, but what are he and all the other musicians thinking about?
By Michael Bowen
Five Cool Moves
Come Fly Away interprets Frank Sinatra’s songs with physical movement. Here are a couple of the moves to look for.
Close to Home
How to give thanks to local farmers and growers this week.
By Tiffany Harms
Sweet to the Core
A new cupcakery opens downtown. Plus, burgers in Mead.
By Alicia Purvis-Lariviere and Tiffany Harms
Eat It and Weep
What if everything on the Thanksgiving table could make you sick?
By Leah Sottile
Oregon-bred band Larry and His Flask grew a following in living rooms and basements
By Seth Sommerfeld
A two-piece from Portland annihilates audiences with classical strings and strange analog sounds.
By Jordy Byrd
Hell on Wheels
How to (try to) do a Western in the post-Deadwood universe.
By Lisa Fairbanks-Rossi
Kinect Sports: Season Two
A sports sim that finally makes me feel like I'm on the green.
By Marty Demarest
Winter Movie Preview
The Inlander's Guide to some good old-fashioned family (and anti-family) fun.
By Inlander Staff
These Twilight films just keep getting worse
By Ed Symkus
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Camping is stressful, dirty and a lot of work to have 'fun.' Which is why I don’t really like it
By Chey Scott
Lime patrol starts today to remind of safety rules, several are eyeing Washington governor's race, and other headlines
By Samantha Wohlfeil
A specially created fund was supposed to be a boon for the area around Kendall Yards, so why has West Central received so little from it?
State officials say Spokane Public Schools overuses isolation to deal with difficult kids. Now, the school district promises better training
By Wilson Criscione
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