Vol. 19, No. 24
A New Challenger
Nancy McLaughlin eyes the state Senate. Plus, students grounded at SFCC.
By Inlander Staff
One more twist in Verner's play for back pay
By Joe O'Sullivan
Rigging the Results?
After a Spokane city vehicle strikes an elderly woman, risk managers try to control the story.
By Daniel Walters
A young developer wants to bring New Urbanism to the Spokane Valley. But she needs everyone's help.
By Luke Baumgarten
Like A Rock
A controversial city attorney continues to litigate police cases.
By Chris Stein
The Appeal of Paul
Understanding Ron Paul's enduring popularity in the Inland Northwest
By Mary Lou Reed
How responsible is the president for the price of gas?
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
A new documentary on the Grand Coulee Dam proves it's more than a tourist trap.
By Mike Bookey
For Your Consideration
Mid-afternoon slump? Pick yourself up with some Black Cobra. Plus, a new cookbook and an app for people who are always late.
By Leah Sottile
Best. Party. Ever.
Inside The Inlander’s Best of the Inland Northwest soiree last week.
By Joel Smith
Local academics consider Mad Men’s impact on gender, race and Banana Republic.
The Prodigal Jokester
A quarter-century after launching his comedy career, Brad Upton returns to Spokane.
The Real Hunger Games
Emergency food banks are feeding more mouths, even despite some bureaucratic restrictions.
By Jordy Byrd
Spilling the Beans
Local roasters on the fight to fill your cup in the new coffee economy
By Tiffany Harms
The Ref serves your favorite teams with a side of wings.
A Real Burger
Stop N Go Family Drive-In expands, keeps its fast food fresh and simple.
By Annemarie C. Frohnhoefer
On the Upswing
6 Foot Swing doesn't just play the music of the Jazz Age - they recreate it.
By E.J. Iannelli
Girls Just Wanna Be Punk
Equal parts playful and punk, the Coathangers have become much more than a girl band.
Wrath of the Titans manages to eclipse the awfulness of its predecessor.
By Ed Symkus
Despite being propelled by interesting ideas, Ewan McGregor's latest drowns in its own lack of focus.
By Scott Renshaw
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