Vol. 19, No. 35
In the Crosshairs
Caught in the middle of Fairchild, a proposed casino and a fight for water, Airway Heights searches for a vision.
By Joe O'Sullivan
Death Row Seat
Why reporters are fighting to watch criminals die.
By Daniel Walters
GOP's Local Layover
The Speaker of the House visits briefly (and quietly). Plus, another million-dollar settlement.
By Chris Stein, Heidi Groover and Daniel Walters
A Home of Our Own
The Inlander is one of several businesses heading to Kendall Yards.
Should park planners be dreaming bigger for Riverfront Park?
By Heidi Groover
With its enviable waistlines (and lifespans) Holland's two-wheel culture is something America should emulate.
By George Nethercutt
Trail Mix - 06.14.12
Congressional Republicans have decided to give it up for the session.
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
What's Happening in June
Twoo and Phresh walk you through a week-by-week guide to June's freakiest, flyest events.
By Inlander Staff
It took 15 years for Jess Walter's latest novel to weather into Beautiful Ruins.
By Luke Baumgarten
For Your Consideration - 06.14.12
Eat like a man with Esquire (even if you're a woman).
The Golden Voice
A conversation with legendary sportscaster and WSU alum Keith Jackson.
By Howie Stalwick
What's Happening in July
Twoo and Phresh walk you through a week-by-week guide to this month's freakiest, flyest events
With our minor league club's season kicking off, brush up on your Indians history.
Summer reading picks for kids and young adults
By Leah Sottile and E.J. Iannelli
What's Happening in August
Allen and Mary Dodge draw their artistic inspiration from the intestinal tract.
By Carrie Scozzaro
New books for the beach, the porch and the kids.
By E.J. Iannelli
A Return to Curry
Swagat brings a much-welcomed dose of Indian cuisine to the Valley
By Alicia Purvis-Lariviere
Confections and Concoctions
Boots Bakery and Lounge plans to marry cocktails and cupcakes.
Update: South Perry Pizza
We don't really know anything about barbecue here in the Northwest, but we're trying to learn.
By Mike Bookey
Primus might be a little older, but they're just as weird as ever.
By Alan Sculley
Two Spokane poster artists prove their design chops on a national level.
By Leah Sottile
That’s My Boy forces the question: How much more Adam Sandler can we take?
By Ed Symkus
Blast from the Past
Rock of Ages finds fun in its songs beyond mere nostalgia
By Scott Renshaw
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The Alvarez family opened Tarascon Empanadas restaurant in Spokane because no one else was making the tasty, Argentinian dish
By Arcelia Martin
Jenny's Cafe: Keeping bellies and wallets full since 2002
By Samantha Wohlfeil
Have nearly eight years of Condon and Stuckart made Spokane safer?
Dick's: Spokane changes. Downtown changes. Dick's remains.
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