Vol. 19, No. 21
Think your downtown Spokane high-rise has a fire sprinkler system? Think again.
By Chris Stein
Meet the man who bought the Bing, and a whole lot more
By Joe O'Sullivan
The New Boss
Spokane's next city attorney would prefer if you didn't hear about her all the time.
Trouble Holding Liquor
Sorting out Washington's new booze law. Plus, a new judge, and an uninvited sheriff.
The People Left Behind
When a 13-year-old dies, a whole community is left searching for answers.
By Leah Sottile
Questions of Judgement
County commissioners in Washington want to limit who can appeal land-use decisions. Not everyone's on board.
By Daniel Walters
The Right Ratio
In the debate over how wealthy some Americans should be, we should first consider our free-market traditions.
By George Nethercutt
Limbaugh gets scorn from Republicans, for once.
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
Former county library director Mike Wirt on the life and times of the local library
By Azaria Podplesky
The Man's Man
Adam Carolla has struck podcasting gold, but not without controversy.
By Seth Sommerfeld
How a photographer shot his way through cancer.
For Your Consideration
Posters for Occupiers. Plus, a new (and controversial) take on the Bible.
By Chris Bovey
By The Glass
Whitestone Winery's tasting room finds a new home downtown.
By Kirsten Harrington
Feel The Spirit
Catching cocktail fever at a new bar series for boozehounds.
By Joel Smith
In Kettle Falls, Uphaus Bakery brings German baking stateside.
By Alicia Purvis-Lariviere
Food — Update
By Mike Bookey
Street Corner Named Desire
Stella's Cafe offers artisanal vegetarian food to the courthouse crowd.
By Luke Baumgarten
Hey Mr. DJ
Steve Aoki rose to DJ fame fast, and today, he's trying something brand-new.
By Alan Sculley
Once More With Feeling
Diamond Speedboat are teaching local listeners what it means to rock, freely.
Mars Needs Johns
Having totally won America's Civil War, a soldier lands on the red planet and tries to stop theirs.
By Ed Symkus
The Oscar-Nominated Bullhead is kinda about cows, but mostly how we treated ourselves like meat.
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Weed shops more prevalent in poorer Washington neighborhoods, WSU study finds
By Wilson Criscione
WSU fraternity suspended in the wake of student death
Electric vehicles are needed to meet climate goals, but without recycling, their batteries pose a huge problem
By Samantha Wohlfeil
Two warming center operators have been fighting for their own reputations - and against each other
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