Vol. 19, No. 25
Environmentalists want emails. Bonner County commissioners say they're personal.
By Chris Stein
How the battle for the Washington governor's mansion could be affected by the court fight in the other Washington.
Backers of the measure on your April ballot want Spokane's visitors to help pay for the city's sights.
By Joe O'Sullivan
Calling for Calm
Spokane's bishop wants to talk hot topics, without everyone getting so hot under the collar.
By Daniel Walters
The subject of one of our December cover stories pleads guilty to charges of tax fraud and sex abuse.
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
Searching for Abigail
Men are tyrants, and other nuggets of wisdom
By Robert Herold
So what happens if the health care overhaul is overturned?
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
The Bunny Handlers
If you want to speak with the Easter Bunny, you’re going to need to clear it with Ruth first.
By Luke Baumgarten
The Jundt rolls out an exhibit of whimsical Japanese prints this week.
By Jordy Byrd
For Your Consideration
Like The Hunger Games? You'll love this stuff.
An Infinite Ache condenses 40 years of marriage into an hour and a half. And doesn’t waste a minute.
By Michael Bowen
Zen and the Art of Freetime
Meet one of the local art scene's most unsung heroes.
By Leah Sottile
Was the Crab Louis salad actually named after Louis Davenport?
By Kirsten Harrington
Happiness in a Box
Dessert Pals' oven-to-your-door bakery. Plus, check out Frank's franks.
By Annemarie C. Frohnhoefer
Update: The White House Grill
Still making happy customers reek of garlic.
By Alicia Purvis-Lariviere
A sextet of anarchist drummers is going to change Sweden, if only a tone-deaf cop would get off their snares.
By Ed Symkus
What About Whitney?
I expected crying fans at The Bodyguard. There weren't any.
Punk Goes Folk
The unlikely transformation of the Cave Singers.
By Mike Bookey
Time to Shine
A Seattle band struggling to find a solid lineup has found its new frontman: you.
By Seth Sommerfeld
How to Write about Zombies
Who does it better? Colson Whitehead or The Walking Dead?
How to Make Something Out of Nothing
Susan Orlean has been called “a national treasure.” Really, she’s just very curious.
How to Be an Enduring Young Adult Author
Lois Lowry's best, most-loved works deal with timeless, ageless issues.
How to be Funny and Serious at the Same Time
Steve Almond lets us into his furious and hilarious mind.
Poetry slams attract youth who want to drop a verse or two.
How to Hoop It Up Like a Poet
Get Lit! takes famous authors to court.
By Kevin Taylor
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Early season takeaways for Gonzaga basketball
By Will Maupin
Washington picks a new governor in 11 months; key voters may wait that long to decide if a Republican can win for the first time in 40 years
By Bill Bryant
Spokane's homeless shelter will likely remain with Salvation Army, despite overwhelming vote to give control to Jewels Helping Hands
By Nate Sanford
Stage Left's production of How I Learned to Drive has a half-dozen trigger warnings... and humor
By E.J. Iannelli
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