Issue of

Jan 28 - Feb 3, 2016

 Digital Edition



  • Tipping the Scales

    Why the Gem State may be getting better and better

    By Mary Lou Reed

  • Back and Forth

    Trail Mix: Endorsements, comebacks and "real conservatives"

    By Daniel Walters, Jake Thomas and Wilson Criscione

  • Vacation Blues

    Why more time to relax away from work is needed to keep America competitive

    By Mariah McKay




  • Hey, Mr. DJ

    Disc jockeys from local stations discuss the state of radio and where area musicians fit in

    By Laura Johnson


Special Guides

  • And... Action!

    The 18th Spokane International Film Festival brings the world's cinema to town; plus, getting tickets and special fest events

    By Dan Nailen

  • The Festival Director

    SpIFF 2016: Adam Boyd is new to the role, but not to Spokane's film community

    By Dan Nailen

  • Back in Time for a Night

    SpIFF 2016: Vision Quest star Matthew Modine reflects on his time in Spokane

    By Dan Nailen

  • The Filmmaker

    SpIFF 2016: Spokane's Jason McKee is a self-taught SpIFFy award winner

    By Dan Nailen

  • Oscar in Spokane

    SpIFF 2016: Three SpIFF films are up for Academy Awards this year

  • A New Reel

    SpIFF 2016: SpIFF and Terrain team up to showcase new film voices

    By Meg MacLean

  • The Volunteer

    SpIFF 2016: For many festivalgoers, Carey Jackson is the face of SpIFF

    By Dan Nailen

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