Issue of

Aug 25-31, 2016

 Digital Edition


  • Recall and Response

    The attempt to remove Spokane Mayor David Condon from office may be a long shot, but he isn't taking any chances

    By Daniel Walters

  • Shades of Black Lives

    A Spokane County detective's Facebook post about Black Lives Matter sparks debate among local law enforcement

    By Mitch Ryals

  • Fires Hit Home

    Tens of thousands of acres burn around Spokane on Sunday and Monday; plus, DOJ weighs in on concerns over bail system

  • What It Means

    A closer read of a new DEA policy

    By Connor Dinnison




  • Still Rocking

    After leaving downtown, Rock City Grill has reopened on the South Hill

    By Franny Wright

  • Family Values

    A North Idaho clan is making a triple impact on the local food scene

    By Carrie Scozzaro


  • Do the Math

    Minus the Bear has accomplished the tough task of making progressive rock accessible

    By Laura Johnson

  • More than Labels

    Zakk Wylde's second solo record shows off his softer side, but it's just one part of his persona

    By Laura Johnson


  • Swing and a Miss

    Hands of Stone can't carve out a distinctive space among boxing biopics

    By Scott Renshaw

  • Texas Heat

    Hell or High Water is the crime drama you've been waiting all summer for

    By Marjorie Baumgarten

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