Harbingers of Boom
The local real estate market is on fire — but some longtime observers are worried that buyers could get burned
By Daniel Walters
'Torture isn't Politics'
New developments in a controversial, ongoing city investigation; plus, two Spokane psychologists are headed to court
By Mitch Ryals and Daniel Walters
More people want to get tattoos removed. But should someone need a medical license to use a laser to remove them?
By Jake Thomas
The Department of Health's new marijuana prevention campaign reaches out to teens
By Azaria Podplesky
Trail Mix: Ted Cruz's college nightmares and Mary Verner's campaigning comeback
More Than a Statistic
Whether in Seattle, Spokane or Sandpoint, every homeless person has a story worth hearing
By John T. Reuter
Turning to Turnout
Democrats need to understand that even a bad GOP candidate can win when the scales are tipped in his favor
By Robert Herold
The world of figure skating comes to Spokane this weekend, and local skaters and their coaches are ready
By Laura Johnson
Television | VEEP
Unintentionally prescient, intentionally hilarious
For Your Consideration
Mesmerizing destruction, addictive podcast and a Peeping Tom's tale
By Mike Bookey
Spokane Artist Trading Cards' meetups encourage artists of all ages and skills to create and share their work
By Chey Scott
Remnants of the Palouse
A new field guide celebrates once-abundant grasses and wildflowers
By Wilson Criscione
I Saw You
Week of April 21st
Brooklyn Deli goes big in the Montvale Hotel
By Laura Regester
Montana-based ice cream shop expands to Coeur d'Alene just in time for summer
By Carrie Scozzaro
Lai Lai Garden brings a taste of China to Airway Heights
By Franny Wright
UPDATE | NO-LI BREWHOUSE
New views, inside and out
The Rumours Are
Pony Time is excited to be making music in Seattle right now
By Ben Salmon
Local bands keep putting out new music worthy of your ear holes
Richard Linklater affectionately skewers young dude-hood in Everybody Wants Some!!
By Scott Renshaw
The Huntsman: Winter's War is the sequel no one anywhere asked for
By Maryann Johanson
Despite barriers for small farmers, the local food movement is slowly growing in the region
The region uses water more efficiently. But will conservation efforts be enough to help recharge the Spokane River?
A Greener Bud
One farmer's crusade for sun-grown weed, and the need for more data on indoor grow operations
By Mitch Ryals
To Burn or Bury?
Will a proposed Ecology rule punish Spokane, despite the city using a cleaner way of disposing its trash compared to the rest of the state?
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In its first month, NorthTown Mall's Blue Zoo aquarium was hit with a tidal wave of criticism
Stopping short of saying 'no,' Belle Gardens wedding venue turns away gay couples. Is that illegal?
Readers respond 'Curing Spokane' video, and to a constitutional 'reset'
AG Ferguson wants Avista to refund $41 million to customers
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