Vol. 19, No. 12
New leadership takes over in Spokane, promising change
By Nicholas Deshais
Why an initiative passed in November might slow the flow for regional craft liquor makers
By Joe O'Sullivan
Will an isolated city park be designated an 'urban growth area,' setting the stage for more sprawl?
By Daniel Walters
A few more thoughts on the so-called debate at Ferris last fall.
By Robert Herold
Iowa's behind us. Now what?
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
The Mother Load
A new exhibit takes on the wide world of mommy blogs, exposing what it means to be a modern mom.
By Tiffany Harms
For Your Consideration
An app for on-course golf service, Wilco's latest album and a book of artist and writers' playlists
By Kyler Hood
The Family That Films Together...
How a family Christmas party turned a pair of siblings into DIY filmmakers
By Azaria Podplesky
Local boy Ben Klein has made a name for himself as the King. But don't call him Elvis.
By Leah Sottile
In the land of the two-eyed people, the blind man can sometimes be king
By Chris Bovey
Bounty at the Bistro
New Asian fusion in the Valley. Plus, buy a cupcake, get the conversation for free.
By Carrie Scozzaro
By 18, Courtney Marie Andrews was a music industry vet
By Seth Sommerfeld
A Finnish director makes a French film about man's search for meaning
By Joel Smith
Ratchet & Clank: All 4 One
All lined up and ready for a party game.
By Marty Demarest
Black and White Beauty
Spielberg forgoes nuance for grandeur, but oh, is it grand
By Neil Morris
Like Dane Cook with lady parts
By Blair Tellers
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Spokane Tribe celebrates installation of its solar initiative, a step toward energy sovereignty
By Samantha Wohlfeil
CONCERT REVIEW: Neil Young's entrancing night at The Fox
By Dan Nailen
As some states limit abortion, others move to protect abortion rights
By The New York Times
Pelosi and Trump to meet over infrastructure, Iran tensions ratcheting up, and other headlines
By Quinn Welsch
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