Vol. 19, No. 16
Pot moves closer to legalization. Plus, a strange legal system, reforming the initiative process, and a dispute over land.
By Inlander Staff
Counting the Forgotten
In the coldest season, a new way to find those without a roof.
By Joe O'Sullivan
Watching the Watchers
While the police reform, the ombudsman says news outlets should do the same.
By Chris Stein
The Bedrock of Idaho
The riches of Silver Valley come at a cost, but there's no shortage of people willing to pay it.
Mitt the Modern Mormon
What does Romney's religious background tell us about his candidacy?
By Robert Herold
Now that Florida's over, a look at the long slog ahead.
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
Time to Create
Spokane's art collective steps into the mainstream with a show at the Chase.
By Carrie Scozzaro
Meet the man behind the art at the MAC.
And Then There's Me
Growing up Mexican in a white family, in a white town, in a white nation
By Luke Baumgarten
For Your Consideration
Teal Cat web project, Distrust that Particular Flavor, Leonard Cohen's Old Ideas
A History of Protest
More than 40 years after he helped found the American Indian Movement, Clyde Bellecourt's mission continues.
By Kevin Taylor
Visual Arts Tour
Your guide to this Friday's big happenings around Spokane
By Jordy Byrd
The Spice Man Can
Getting spicy in North Idaho. Plus, sandwiches in the Valley.
By Annemarie C. Frohnhoefer and Leah Sottile
Making a Comeback
How one Idaho farm is helping revive the beloved chestnut.
By Guy Hand
Pioneering independent rappers Hieroglyphics are still going hard after all these years.
By Jorma Knowles
Think Wilco is all about Tweedy? Think again.
By Alan Sculley
House of Lies
A show about the people screwing the people who are screwing the rest of us.
Invizimals: Shadow Zone
There's nothing worth seeing in Invizimals: Shadow Zone.
By Marty Demarest
Monks, Spies and Septic Tanks
Some of the best of SpIFF's second (and final) week
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Camping is stressful, dirty and a lot of work to have 'fun.' Which is why I don’t really like it
By Chey Scott
I Saw You
State officials say Spokane Public Schools overuses isolation to deal with difficult kids. Now, the school district promises better training
By Wilson Criscione
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