Vol. 19, No. 18
It's a brand-new day at the Spokane County Raceway. Yet again.
By Daniel Walters
A historic-building enthusiast votes to demolish a historic building.
By Joe O'Sullivan
Seventh in the Nation
Washington's big gay week. Plus, revolution and a challenge.
By Chris Stein
The New Inlander
The hows and whys of the newspaper's new look
By Jacob H. Fries and Chris Bovey
The Nation of Idaho
The many ways the Gem State is hoppin' mad at the U.S.A.
Activists cause records requests to triple at Spokane Public Schools.
By Nicholas Deshais
Back to Work
Meet the region's skilled but undervalued workers.
How can David Condon avoid the fate of so many Spokane mayors? Simple: Take the people's side.
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
How politics of the past make modern mud-slinging look downright demure.
Why voters are tuning out the Republican primary. Plus, get yer political merch.
Get Up, Stand Up
A group of local youngsters want you to love Spokane like they do.
By Leah Sottile
The Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival is both a showcase of jazz greats and an effort to keep the style alive.
By Tiffany Harms
Washington State University students and faculty lose the theater department, but not theater.
By Jordy Byrd
For Your Consideration
How did nobody think of narrating terrible old movies with music sooner? Plus, Gold Rush and Skyjack.
By Mike Bookey
A Dose of Culture
First a Mexican grocery, El Mercado Del Pueblo is diving into the restaurant biz.
By Kirsten Harrington
The Perry Street Café opens for dinner.
By Annemarie C. Frohnhoefer
Woman vs. Food
One broken zipper, 30 minutes and 5 pounds of pizza later comes a date with the porcelain throne.
The Great Laura Gibson
The name of this Portlander’s new album is part inside joke, but it speaks volumes.
In the Highest
Portland band Hosannas takes a chance playing electronic instruments live.
By Seth Sommerfeld
This Borrowers adaptation doesn’t have the flash of Pixar, but it has the texture of Ghibli.
By Scott Renshaw
River creator Oren Peli compares his horror formula to getting a cavity filled.
By Blair Tellers
Watching the joyous, dark Harold and Maude with the legendary Leonard Oakland
By Luke Baumgarten
Despite the up-and-down snowfalls this winter, British Columbia got a blizzardy week recently, and an entourage of locals took advantage.
By Bob Legasa
It Ain't Over Yet
Spring skiing is just beginning
By Jen Forsyth
Jack of All Glades
Leavenworth's Jim Jack continues to put his stamp on the sport of freeriding.
The town of Nelson, B.C., and Whitewater Resort add up to a powerful one-two winter punch.
Lift Line Confidential
Trying to corral the unruly mob can produce hilarious results.
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