Vol. 19, No. 14
One solution to the dwindling budget: letting offenders out of jail earlier, watching them less.
By Chris Stein
The new Spokane City Council is already taking on the police. Plus, WSU heads to Cuba
By Inlander Staff
Can Mayor Condon’s administration live up to his campaign promises?
By Joe O'Sullivan
Washington and Idaho wonder what's next after No Child Left Behind.
By Daniel Walters
Montana Strikes Back
The Supreme Court could learn a lesson on campaign finance from the Big Sky state.
By Robert Herold
Listening to Obama's State of the Union next week? It was written, in part, by an Idahoan.
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
Tug of War
How some local Arab-Americans feel caught between cultures.
By Luke Baumgarten
Messing with Texas
Do-gooders want to close Texas’ (in)famous Chicken Ranch and stop the spread of sin. Where have we seen this before?
By E.J. Iannelli
Let's Put on a Show
From Cats to Beast, Spokane's Best of Broadway series marks its 25th year
Scribe of the G-Men
A historian for the FBI weighs in on J. Edgar Hoover, Clint Eastwood and Silence of the Lambs
When You Want to Be a Star
A year ago, Emily Behny and Dane Agostinis were two anonymous young actors. Then they won leading roles in Beauty and the Beast.
For Your Consideration
The Old Republic expands the Star Wars game universe, see if you have what it takes to pass Google's entrance and the Spokane library gets online with Kindle check-outs
The strength and wisdom of a 12-year-old.
By Leah Sottile
Ten Moments, 25 Years
Turning points in touring musicals, according to Best of Broadway's Jack Lucas.
Year of the Dumpling
How a simple meat-filled dough pocket became the dish of billions
By Tiffany Harms
Spokane Rock City
How a Motown legend landed in the Inland Northwest
By Jordy Byrd
The Long and Winding Road
Drag Like Pull grows, changes, releases an EP and tries to figure out where it fits in these days
The long-awaited adaptation of a 9/11 schmaltz-fest is extremely sentimental and incredibly cloying
By Ed Symkus
Fine, buy why now?
By Blair Tellers
Yes, The Artist is as good as you’ve heard
By Justin Strout
Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3
Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 is the ultimate version of an already solid fighting game.
By Marty Demarest
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