Issue of

Sep 4-10, 2014

 Digital Edition


  • Winners and Losers

    How Sandpoint kept a growing company in its city — by evicting small businesses

    By Daniel Walters

  • Time to Speak Up

    Three opportunities to comment on Mayor Condon's proposed budget; plus, recognition for the Inlander's "State of Mind" series

    By Heidi Groover and Daniel Walters

  • Happy Ending?

    How does a decade-long legal battle with a law-flouting porn shop end in a bill to the taxpayers?

    By Heidi Groover

  • 'Don't Shoot Me'

    A new lawsuit alleges Spokane County sheriff's deputies used excessive force and ignored a man's medical condition

    By Jacob Jones

  • Lawyer Up

    Another group impacted by legal pot: attorneys

    By Kate Gibbons





  • The Right Fit

    Bartfest is billing itself as the festival for those who don't really like festivals

    By Laura Johnson


  • Fall Flicks

    A look at the most anticipated movies for the rest of 2014

    By Scott Renshaw, Maryann Johanson, Andrew Wright and Danny Bowes

  • Die Laughing

    Why Die Hard and other dated action films provide more laughs than gasps as the years pass

    By Mike Bookey

Stone in Love, Moving in Stereo, Atari Ferrari @ Knitting Factory

Fri., Dec. 13, 8 p.m.
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