Vol. 19, No. 33
The city of Spokane could do a better job welcoming its visitors.
By Joe O'Sullivan
Back to Work
The Lucky Friday Mine is looking to hire. Plus, the education of Mitt Romney.
A Spokane judge helps Afghanistan fix its police force.
By Chris Stein
How we can reduce crime, save money and heal people, right now.
By Luke Baumgarten
The anti-everything movement will cripple the Lake City if we let it.
By Mary Lou Reed
Trail Mix 05.31.12
Rich Cowan brings a war chest and media savvy to the fight against Cathy McMorris Rodgers.
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
ArtFest takes over Browne's Addition with more than 150 artists.
By Carrie Scozzaro
For Your Consideration 05.31.12
By Jordy Byrd
Battle Hymn of the Re-Enactor
Life and death on a fake Civil War battlefield.
A Fashionable Future
Alex Hansen is just 17, but he wants to help Spokane dress better.
By Mike Bookey
The Society of Illustrators' annual exhibit comes to Spokane.
Juice on the Move
Fruition is coming back. And to stay this time.
By Annemarie C. Frohnhoefer
Adam Hegsted plates what could be the most important dinner of his life.
By 2004 Candidates
Pastries By the Water
Sweet Tooth Bakery and Espresso brings fresh treats to the Newman Lake area.
How scared should we be of the LMFAOcracy?
By Seth Sommerfeld
Tribal Seeds make reggae for the indie crowd.
By Jeri Kopet
Fairy Tale Fail
Snow White and the Huntsman brings little excitement to a well-worn story.
By Maryann Johanson
Why we decide what movies we'll enjoy before we even see them.
By Scott Renshaw
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Newport smelter delayed as Pend Oreille County declines to rezone all public land, for now
By Samantha Wohlfeil
Violent threats that partially led to cancelled wolf meetings came from pro-wolf Facebook commenters
By Daniel Walters
Readers respond to an Inlander article about displacing homeless library patrons during the building's reconstruction
Inmate dies in apparent suicide at Spokane County Jail
By Josh Kelety
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