Vol. 19, No. 31
The Man With The Plan
A new planning director is changing not just what Spokane's planning, but how.
By Daniel Walters
Can a member of Occupy Spokane join the Legislature?
By Joe O'Sullivan
Q&A Akira Tokuhiro
The University of Idaho professor on how to balance our power needs
By Chris Stein
Wanted: Undocumented Workers
A new program brings the immigration battle to county jails.
Eyes in the Sky
Homeland Security is on the case; plus, guitars gently weep
The Loyal Opposition
Taking the debate to Cathy McMorris Rodgers and her cutting crew is fair game.
By Robert Herold
Trail Mix 05.17.12
Does the president have any control over job growth?
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
Flights of “Conspiracy”
Why did the Coeur d'Alene Press give nearly 3,000 words to a three-part op-ed series about 'chemtrail' conspiracies?
Please, Please Dream
Excerpts from Gonzaga University’s 125th commencement address.
By Bishop Desmond Tutu
The fallout continues over the MAC's firing of its executive director
By Mike Bookey
For Your Consideration
An online pop-culture extravaganza. Plus, try Ninkasi's Spring Reign Ale while you still can.
The elusive artist Swoon sets sail amongst Utopian seas and illuminates urban landscapes.
By Jordy Byrd
Behind the Paint
Check out the new, all-woman show at the Chase Gallery
By Annie Szotkowski
Fill Your Basket
Some pointers for your meal at the Spokane Picnic.
By Inlander Staff
Cosmopolitan feel, classy menu and a lake view to write home about
By Alicia Purvis-Lariviere
Don’t Forget the Whiz
Spike's Phillys and More does the cheesesteak right
Why Northern Lights became No-Li
By Joel Smith
The True Spokes used to be called Flowmotion, but they’ve left that sound and that name behind.
Survival of the Fittest
Lindsey Buckingham beat the odds and is still making music.
By Steve Labate
The Dictator proves Borat’s Cohen can deliver comedy without unwitting suckers
By Scott Renshaw
Battleship flounders in the deep end of alien-invasion idiocy.
By Maryann Johanson
Or summer disappointment? It depends what's playing that week.
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In accounting for missing and murdered Native Americans, a new report says Washington state has more work to do
By Samantha Wohlfeil
Victory stands for Washington, Colville Tribes as Supreme Court declines to hear mining company's pollution case
Trudeau's massive pipeline, Trump's big campaign kick-off, and other headlines
By Quinn Welsch
It'll take time before we understand the true cost of losing librarians
By Aileen Keown Vaux
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