Vol. 19, No. 34
Stop the Presses
The Spokesman's future as a daily. Plus, laptops heading to the classroom.
By Joe O'Sullivan
Small Debt, Big Trouble
It's not the luxurious private schools that are generating student loan defaults -- it's the community colleges.
By Daniel Walters
Mayor Condon continues to shake up City Hall and outsource certain services. But will it work?
A New Day
Four new laws that change the way Washington works.
By Chris Stein
Note to Mayor Condon: Most every action in city government can create unintended consequences.
By Robert Herold
Trail Mix - 06.07.12
Bill Clinton gets in the way of the Obama campaign once again.
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
Better Than Draper
Mad Men's main character gives viewers an excuse to pat themselves on the back.
By Mike Bookey
For Your Consideration - 06.07.12
Celebrate Hemp History Week. Plus, Aftershokz headphones and an app that dissects your texts.
Meet Your Tweets
Three people in #spokane who keep you up to speed, 140 characters at a time.
By Inlander Staff
Whispers of Victory
This year's OutSpokane Voices of Victory honorees are waging the battle for equality with a helping hand.
By Heidi Groover
Food Not Lawns
Why local gardeners are tossing aside the mower in favor of vegetables.
By Jordy Byrd
Update: The Davenport Hotel
By Annie Szotkowski and Heidi Groover
Noodle Works fills a void in the Gonzaga district.
By Annemarie C. Frohnhoefer
Fulfilling the Hype
The long-awaited Casper Fry opens in the Perry District.
By Kirsten Harrington
In its eighth year, Elkfest takes over Browne's Addition this weekend, and welcomes in the best season of the year.
By Leah Sottile, Azaria Podplesky and Julia Mullen Gordon
After breaking up once before, Orca Team now writes spurned songs about love.
By Jeri Kopet
Last Friday? Volume? We’re speechless.
By Leah Sottile
Prometheus explores the back story to a 1979 horror-in-space classic. But does it need to?
By Scott Renshaw
Bright Little Bloodbath
Headhunters is a hard-boiled Nordic crime thriller with a sweet candy coating.
By Luke Baumgarten
How Megachurches are Like Wal-Marts
And four other lessons we learned from local schools this year
By Joel Smith
Fix Games, Fix the Gender Gap
We Can Print You a New Bone
We Can See Injuries Before They Happen
And four other lessons we learned from local schools this year.
You Can Track a Tiger By its Turd
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Browse all Film Times
Local delivery chains Pizza Rita and Pizza Pipeline have been sending tasty pies out across the region for three decades
By Chey Scott
Google to help Spokane small businesses, nonprofits, job seekers with day of workshops
By Samantha Wohlfeil
North Idaho legislator booted for tax fraud, most black Americans see Trump as racist, and other headlines
Spokane's new city spokesman is its old
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