Vol. 19, No. 17
What the Frack?!
Marriage equality, a social backlash, a sporty lawsuit, gas and justice gets a new leader.
By Inlander Staff
A Path Unknown
Developers have big ideas for the Ridpath Hotel, but can they pull it off?
By Daniel Walters
The Man in the Middle
As the city launches its wide-ranging inquiry into police conduct, it turns to one of Spokane's most formidable community organizers.
By Chris Stein
Declaration of Independence
Can the new City Council stand up to the mayor?
By Joe O'Sullivan
When the Levy Breaks
On Valentine's Day, voters will decide whether to cut off about a fourth of Spokane school funding.
The Newt we see on the campaign trail is the same old Newt I used to work with.
By George Nethercutt
Drop the Pitchforks
Local school replacement levies shouldn't be lumped in with the wider anti-tax wars.
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
On football and socialism
Blood on the Keyboard
Benjamin Percy says he's not done learning.
By Mike Bookey
Re-casting the popular British melodrama in the Inland Northwest
By Kate Kershner
Fiddling With Romance
Date night at the symphony! This weekend's concerts offer a serenade suitable for swooning.
By Michael Bowen
The Lady is a Champ
Women's boxing comes back to Washington, where it all started.
For Your Consideration
Denzel Washington and Ryan Reynolds in a new movie?
The Return of the Neighborhood Pizzeria
Field House Pizza and Pub on Wellesley. Plus, Grandma Jai's Excellent Thai on Sunset Highway.
By Annemarie C. Frohnhoefer
Home on the Ranchero
Driving 234 miles in search of great huevos rancheros.
By Luke Baumgarten
Revolution Girl Style Now!
If there was ever a glass ceiling in Spokane's music scene, Hotbox is breaking it.
By Jordy Byrd
Anything But Typical
While many focus on the band's videos, Mutemath focuses on the live set.
By Seth Sommerfeld
Adventure and survival too often give way to mindless crafts in this building-block simulator.
By Marty Demarest
A peek at this year's Oscar-nominated shorts, coming to Magic Lantern this week.
I’m just as lost as the prisoners in this new J.J. Abrams history mystery.
By Lisa Fairbanks-Rossi
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The state ethics law is supposed to prevent corruption, but some university employees say it's overbearing
By Wilson Criscione
Politicians avoided the Superfund scarlet letter for Lake Coeur d'Alene, but with a tourism empire now at stake, leaders want to tackle pollution
By Samantha Wohlfeil
Bundle up and grab a beer — the Gonzaga vs. North Carolina game is hitting the big screen at the Pavilion in Riverfront Park
By Dan Nailen
The CDC believes it's found the culprit behind the vaping-related illnesses
By Will Maupin
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