Issue of

Sep 17-23, 2015

 Digital Edition


  • Another Chance

    Why the case of a convicted murderer sentenced to life is getting a new look

    By Mitch Ryals

  • Close to Home

    The community mourns the loss of a father and two young girls; plus, delays in setting Mayor David Condon's salary

  • Strike Force

    How the Spokane Education Association became more active, confrontational and willing to strike

    By Daniel Walters

  • High Impact

    Researchers and industry professionals debate marijuana use in the NFL

    By Jordy Byrd






Special Guides

  • Spin Doctors

    The owners of Garageland are making an investment in Spokane's music scene

    By Laura Johnson

  • Queens of the Page

    These six Spokane women are publishing debut books this year, an unprecedented literary landmark

    By Chey Scott

  • All for Show

    The Spokane Children's Theatre is celebrating its 70th year of imbuing kids with a love of the stage

    By E.J. Iannelli

  • Civic Pride

    Laura Becker and Spokane Arts are riding the wave of cultural vitality in the city

    By Mike Bookey

  • The Grand Experiment

    Alan Chatham's Laboratory is a petri dish for the nascent field of interactive art

    By E.J. Iannelli

  • Surfing Spokane History

    Jeff Creighton and the MAC are digitizing thousands of historic photos, starting with the Libby collection

    By Dan Nailen

JP Sears @ Spokane Comedy Club

Thu., Jan. 23, Fri., Jan. 24 and Sat., Jan. 25
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