Vol. 19, No. 27
Trouble in the Hart Land
A drama-laden North Idaho lawmaker faces a raft of challengers ahead of the primary.
By Zach Hagadone
After multiple mayors, one convicted police officer, an expanding federal investigation and the death of Otto Zehm, Rocky Treppiedi is fired.
By Chris Stein
Hybrids Aren't The Answer
Maybe if you're going to buy a new car anyway. Otherwise, look elsewhere.
You're Wasting Too Much
A couple goes garbage-less for a year and lives to make a movie about it.
By Mike Bookey
Meet Spokane Public Schools' (less dramatic) choice for superintendent
By Daniel Walters
The House of Charity is forced to close down its unique sleeping program. Plus, the Community Bill of Rights is back.
By Chris Stein and Daniel Walters
Pay Attention to the Context
The details of environmentalism can be as important as the big picture.
Big Business (Enviromentally Friendly)
Three local businesses making green.
The Unequal City
A new report outlines how schooling, skin color, income and neighborhood affect your health.
It's Not About the Footprint
It's also the handprint
By Joel Smith
Solar Isn't The Solution
Solar panels and fancy windows are only the most expensive ways to save energy at home.
By Joe O'Sullivan
Pension funding is an important tradition of public employment, but it's time the City of Spokane reformed its system.
By Robert Herold
Why America Needs Mitt... and Why They Don't.
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
Jerry Dicker saves Spokane's Interplayers Theater from debt.
By Jordy Byrd
All Things to All Men (1)
From our idioms to our videogames to our sex shops, the King James Bible's influence is everywhere.
By Luke Baumgarten
The 50 things I learned in my first 84 days as a Spokanite.
For Your Consideration
Another in a series of surprisingly adequate recent sitcoms. Plus, a new old videogame and new work by Stephen King
Stephen Smart had never written anything until he penned an award-winning novel.
The Lamadrid family bring Mexico back to Moscow.
By Matt Zambito
How rabbit meat and duck liver made Santé the most controversial restaurant in town.
By Leah Sottile
Update: Latah Bistro
Checking in on a constantly changing experiment in food.
By Alicia Purvis-Lariviere
Pints Alehouse is a boon for north-side brew lovers.
By Annemarie C. Frohnhoefer
Fire and Brimstone
When two brothers lost their faith, they found their voices
Record Store Day returns to preserve independent shops.
Short, Strange Trip
Tomten is old and new, borrowed and blue.
By Jordan Satterfield
A Timeless Tale
And by that we mean: a mediocre book becomes an awful movie.
By Ed Symkus
Think of the Children
For all the fuss, Bully is primarily an emotional appeal to parents.
By Scott Renshaw
Little Help Here?
Okay, so we’re killing ourselves. What now?
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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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