Vol. 19, No. 30
The battle to educate kids who bounce from school to school.
By Daniel Walters
Can Democrats live up to Sen. Lisa Brown’s legacy?
By Joe O'Sullivan
Citizens try to reverse changes to the citizen initiative process. Plus, a dropout warning system.
Can a Chattaroy couple really overturn Roe v. Wade?
By Chris Stein
Three GOP candidates, one crowded jail. What to do?
Lisa Brown's departure has created a political domino effect
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
America's fallen and it won't get up without enacting five surgical reforms.
By George Nethercutt
For Your Consideration
Test your looks with the Ugly Meter. Plus, new work by Mars Volta and an investigation of chaos in Congo.
The Last of the Merchants
Five small businesses that just won't quit
Summer Camps 2012 (2 of 4)
Special-needs, education and creative arts camps
In Lonesome Animals, his debut novel, local schoolteacher and writer Bruce Holbert exposes the destructive power of the Western myth.
By E.J. Iannelli
Musicfest Northwest brings young artists out of the practice room, into the spotlight.
By Mike Bookey
Life During Wartime
Although landlocked, Spokane was a major port during World War II.
By Annie Szotkowski
Summer Camps 2012 (3 of 4)
Camps for music, theater, dance/cheer, basketball, softball, baseball, football, and soccer.
By Jordy Byrd
Inside the Female Mind
What Girls gets right about women, and what it doesn't.
By Leah Sottile
Summer Camps 2012 (1 of 4)
Residential camps and day camps.
Summer Camps 2012 (4 of 4)
Camps for volleyball, gymnastic, tennis, swimming and other sports
Clover brings home-crafted food and drinks to the Gonzaga neighborhood.
By Kirsten Harrington
Update: Dolly's Cafe
A cozy neighborhood diner that keeps on keeping on
By Alicia Purvis-Lariviere
Being a vegetarian is in now, but Seventh-day Adventists have been meat-free for 100 years.
Still Screaming After All These Years
A decade (or so) later, Black Dahlia Murder still wants to bro down.
By Kevin Stewart-Panko
Social Distortion and the Toadies evoke the mood of a different, easier time.
By Leah Sottile and Kevin Stewart-Panko
Diary of a Slammer
Inside the creation of a film for the 50 Hour Slam
By Aaron Fink
Depp and Burton team up to breathe life into a long-forgotten soap opera in Dark Shadows.
By Ed Symkus
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Local delivery chains Pizza Rita and Pizza Pipeline have been sending tasty pies out across the region for three decades
By Chey Scott
Spokane's new city spokesman is its old
North Idaho legislator booted for tax fraud, most black Americans see Trump as racist, and other headlines
Google to help Spokane small businesses, nonprofits, job seekers with day of workshops
By Samantha Wohlfeil
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