Vol. 19, No. 10
Every Sunday at the A Club, Christ and cocktails collide
By Chris Stein
Harpham gets 32 years, a watchdog bows out, and Spokane's roads to be complete
By Inlander Staff
Funds that help keep poor school districts afloat are in danger
By Daniel Walters
Our Guy at the Top
How Johno Stocks went from Coeur d'Alene organizer to union boss.
By Mary Lou Reed
Dec. 24, 1983
In honor of this week's Fiction Contest, an encounter with a mysterious priest
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
Meet Clark Kent
Despite good intentions, education reform ignores the human element
By John Hagney
Hanging on versus moving on
By Mari Hunt
In Plain Sight
An unlikely artist, Edward Gilmore channels his energy into opening a gallery in an unlikely place.
By Leah Sottile
Julianna Peña is a woman fighter in a man's world.
By Joe O'Sullivan
The Winter with Cowboy and the Mongrels of Purgatory
Art, friendship and face-eating dogs
By Mike Dragan
The Debt Men
The closeness between designer jeans and hypodermic needles
By Shann Ray
For Your Consideration
A beautiful waste of time for the iPad. Plus, a great new(ish) travel magazine and a treat for Nabokov nerds.
By Joel Smith
Coffee and Toast
Rethinking charity cases
By Rick Boal
Searching for place, even in bad situations
By Jordan Hartt
A Good Investment
Debt versus investing, as regards fleas
By David Skies
Mending the Masses
A group of local practitioners is taking a different approach to healing.
By Tiffany Harms
The practical matter of resurrection
By J.P. Vallieres
Warm and Fuzzy
The weather, family visits, the economy: all great excuses to get your booze on
By Alicia Purvis-Lariviere
El Paisa comes to Coeur d'Alene and 12 String Brewing starts pouring in the Spokane Valley.
By Carrie Scozzaro and Tiffany Harms
A local singer-songwriter favorite reemerges. Plus, a new north-side venue and an Alaskan troubadour.
Finally, a superhero show that isn’t all about superpowers
Mario Kart 7
Mario and friends take flight but have nowhere to soar.
By Marty Demarest
Though softer than the book and the Swedish film, David Fincher's run at Stieg Larsson kills at all the right times.
By Ed Symkus
Spielberg's first attempt at directing animation couldn't have gone much better
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Pro-choice rally planned for Tuesday evening in Spokane
By Samantha Wohlfeil
CONCERT REVIEW: Neil Young's entrancing night at The Fox
By Dan Nailen
Spokane Tribe celebrates installation of its solar initiative, a step toward energy sovereignty
McGahn defies House subpoena, Trump outspends opponents on Facebook, and other headlines
By Josh Kelety
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