Issue of

Apr 5-11, 2012

Vol. 19, No. 25

News

  • Shut Out

    The City of Spokane drops a 'Do Not Occupy' order on the Ridpath Hotel, Plus, a change on the radio dial has people up in arms.

    By Inlander Staff

  • No Escape

    The subject of one of our December cover stories pleads guilty to charges of tax fraud and sex abuse.

    By Joe O'Sullivan

  • Proxy War

    How the battle for the Washington governor's mansion could be affected by the court fight in the other Washington.

    By Chris Stein

  • Records Row

    Environmentalists want emails. Bonner County commissioners say they're personal.

    By Chris Stein

  • Calling for Calm

    Spokane's bishop wants to talk hot topics, without everyone getting so hot under the collar.

    By Daniel Walters

  • Big-Ticket Attractions

    Backers of the measure on your April ballot want Spokane's visitors to help pay for the city's sights.

    By Joe O'Sullivan

Comment

Culture

Food

Music

Film

  • What About Whitney?

    I expected crying fans at The Bodyguard. There weren't any.

    By Leah Sottile

  • Haydn Seek

    A sextet of anarchist drummers is going to change Sweden, if only a tone-deaf cop would get off their snares.

    By Ed Symkus

Special Guides

Exhibit: The Hanford Site @ North Spokane Library

Mondays-Sundays. Continues through Nov. 30
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