How the latest culture war and civil rights frontier is playing out in the Inland Northwest
By Jake Thomas
Who Built Hanford?
We all know about the Manhattan Project and central Washington's role in it, but the African American history there has been nearly forgotten
By Knute Berger
Beggs for a Solution
In the three months Breean Beggs has been on the council, he's pitched out-of-the-box ideas for some of the city's stickiest problems
By Daniel Walters
Striking Triumph machinists decry Mexican outsourcing; plus, is Spokane up for another round of daiquiris?
By Mitch Ryals
Lights and Siren
Two years and four investigations later, the death of 15-year-old Ryan Holyk is still being sorted out
Country singer Willie Nelson gets help from a local processor
By Azaria Podplesky
Raising All Boats
The compelling case for raising Washington's minimum wage
By Paul Dillon
Like the Hat Says...
Deconstructing the Trump phenomenon
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
'I Like Comebacks'
Trail Mix: Can Bernie or a third-party longshot actually win?
We're Already Covered
The federal Voting Rights Act of 1965 makes a state law unnecessary
By Sen. Mike Padden, R-spokane Valley
Fun in the Find
How the Farm Chicks Show became one of the biggest antique and vintage shows around, and helped transform Spokane into a vintage shopping hotspot
By Chey Scott
For Your Consideration
The Dead reimagined, Bloodline is back and lively Mariners news
By Mike Bookey
Big names and compelling creativity are on display at the 31st ArtFest
I Saw You
We, the Beer-Loving People
Beerocracy brings a democratic mix of craft beers to Garland
By Dan Nailen
Demand for its rustic, artisan-style bread prompts an expansion at Clover
Update: Laughing Dog Brewing
A new menu adds to the North Idaho brewery's appeal
By Carrie Scozzaro
Spo-Can returns this weekend
Chona Kasinger is a rock photographer always looking to give you a glimpse into the music
By Laura Johnson
Folk singer Laura Gibson's latest record is a testament to her strength
The latest Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is one long action-movie cliché
By Maryann Johanson
The Man Who Knew Infinity is inspiring, but also a slog
By Marjorie Baumgarten
Submit an Event
Submit an Event
Browse all Film Times
A new pop-up dinner series combines creative food with the power of pop culture
With Mike Fagan running to be Spokane's council president, it's a free-for-all scramble for his seat
By Josh Kelety
Dick's: Spokane changes. Downtown changes. Dick's remains.
Roger's Ice Cream and Burgers: Keepin' it real in North Idaho since 1940
Entree Food Newsletter