Vol. 19, No. 20
Council Says Hell No
Spokane City Council rejects Thoma settlement. Plus, the Ridpath sell-off and a moneyed race.
By Inlander Staff
Young, Troubled Minds
In Idaho, mental illness increasingly dominates juvenile detention centers.
By Daniel Walters
As politicians fight over faith, more and more people are losing it.
By Nicholas Deshais
Being With Newt
Tagging along at Newt Gingrich's appearance in Spokane last week.
By Joe O'Sullivan
Bye, Bye Byrdie
The fate of the Jensen-Byrd building underlines the problem of having the University District run by an absentee landlord.
By Robert Herold
Will Washington count?
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
For Your Consideration
Rounding out this week's testosterone-fueled trilogy is Jack White.
By Jacob H. Fries
Through the Ages
Summoning the old dances at last weekend's tribal friendship dance.
Upping the Ante
For Gonzaga and its fans, the WCC tournament in Vegas has become more than a formality.
By Mike Bookey
The Gonzaga women have battled their way to the top of the WCC … again.
The G Train
A video installation makes connections between time, space and public transportation.
By Jordy Byrd
A Sophisticated Taste
A tale of two local sommeliers.
By Luke Baumgarten
How Pickwick lost its sound and found a soul.
By Seth Sommerfeld
One local tribute band is combining sequins with dreadlocks to create something new,
By Azaria Podplesky
You'll recognize the arc of this party film. You'll also recognize yourself laughing.
By Ed Symkus
Balance of Power
The ways we control each other are pretty much the same in Iran as they are here.
By Scott Renshaw
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