Vol. 19, No. 11
Fruit and Cake
A national eye on Inland Northwest edibles
By Nicholas Deshais and Daniel Walters
As authorities closed in, David Jacquot's rural North Idaho home burst into flames. But that was just the beginning.
By Joe O'Sullivan
The Russian Moment
In Moscow this month, I witnessed the very start of what may be a new Russian era.
By Daniel Walters
The Year in News
A year of cops and pot. A war ends and an occupation begins. And one bad bomb.
By Nicholas Deshais, Chris Stein and Daniel Walters
Elephant in the Room
Among a proliferation of conservative groups, some Kootenai County Republicans fear their greatest enemy may by themselves
By Chris Stein
The Year in Ideas
Some of the best points from our commentators this year.
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
Mitt skips Iowa and Congress gets rich
For Your Consideration
A retro home design blog, an app for ovulation and David Herbert Donald's Lincoln goes e-book.
By Jordy Byrd
First Night Fun
When it comes to New Year’s Eve parties, cities like Seattle and New York City have nothing on Spokane.
By Azaria Podplesky
The Year in Arts
Slashing, burning, earning and yearning: a year of survival in the arts
By Inlander Staff
Scout opens in the old Far West location with breakfast. Plus, Phonthip Style Thai on the north side.
By Annemarie C. Frohnhoefer
The Year in Food
New markets, a bunch of fires and a whole lot of hot dogs.
Behold! The records that got us through the year
The Year in Music
A year of paving new roads in the local music scene.
By Leah Sottile
We Came, We Saw, We Rocked
Ten shows that gave us goosebumps this year
Some see priceless cultural treasures. I see a tourist trap.
By Marty Demarest
The Year in Screen
The Internet is more full than ever of Spokies, television shows and hackers. Plus, Charlie Sheen (like we could avoid him).
By Luke Baumgarten
You won't see these films on many year-end lists, but each is worth a second look.
By Ed Symkus
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Louder for the people in the back: The new high school sports stadium is not the Sportsplex
By Wilson Criscione
Spokane students experience steep drop in isolation, restraint after Eagle Peak closure
As Kootenai County grows, can it preserve what makes it attractive in the first place?
Sewage restrictions weakened, Neo-Nazi in northeast Washington exposed, and other headlines
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