Vol. 19, No. 13
Washington's governor says the state should recognize same-sex marriage
By Daniel Walters
Democrats say a rising star was taken out by GOP mapmaking.
By Nicholas Deshais
How the bomb that didn’t go off changed the Martin Luther King Jr. Day Unity March.
By Chris Stein
PACs Are the Taliban
Roskelley takes on Mielke. Plus, a building crisis, a Supreme Court smackdown and the quest to end corporate statehood.
By Inlander Staff
Wild Ride Coming Up
Our president has no platform to run on. Get ready to watch him attack his Republican challengers.
By George Nethercutt
The problem with this election is that the candidates aren't funny.
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
How we'll live longer, and why this may not be good for us.
Surviving is One Part Of it
Their father started with nothing; Bill and Bevan Maxey started with considerably more. The rest is a story of modern America.
By Luke Baumgarten
Dan Cummins and the morality of being an ass.
Playing It Unsafe
How local controversy over Rent sold tickets and reinforced a community theater's sense of purpose.
By E.J. Iannelli
Students and faculty reveal a little about themselves and each other in a new SFCC exhibition.
By Carrie Scozzaro
For Your Consideration
New work from Jonathan Lethem. Plus, an election app from the New York Times and the source of much Internet madness.
Change is Good
Home cooking in Post Falls. Plus, the ever-rotating menu of Moscow's Gnosh.
By Tiffany Harms and Carrie Scozzaro
Washington State University is helping to produce a new crop of state winemakers.
In For the Long Haul
Despite quite a few setbacks, Aiden has managed to keep their dream alive.
By Azaria Podplesky
Why Vince Neil is the frontman we secretly crave.
By Seth Sommerfeld
Misogyny, thy name is cross-dressing buddy comedy.
By Lisa Fairbanks-Rossi
All to Pieces
A crippled soldier struggles to find himself away from the battlefield.
Harvest Moon: The Tale of Two Towns
Alpacas and horses and cows - oh my.
By Marty Demarest
A spy plot so twisted that solving the mystery is a mystery.
By Ed Symkus
Taking Aim on Skis
In search of an unconventional sport of speed and precision.
By Scott A. Leadingham
Dudley Do-Right would love to ski Lake Louise in the Canadian Rockies
By Bob Legasa and Ted S. McGregor Jr.
Grabbing Life by the Snowballs
A group of Idahoans play the game of summer in the dead of winter.
By Joseph Haeger
Sagle's Scott Snow is young, fast and completely in control.
By Jen Forsyth
La Niña Blues
Local resorts are still clinging to the snow dump from back in November.
To Race by Dog
In Priest Lake, men and dogs revel in speed and the silence of winter forests.
By Joe O'Sullivan
The Tao of Tuning
What kind of skier are you: a binding popper, tip banger or rusty numbskull?
By Tommy LeTourneau
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