Issue of

Dec 1-7, 2016

 Digital Edition


  • In Defense of Refugees

    In the aftermath of the presidential election, local residents seek ways to love and support their refugee friends

    By Daniel Walters

  • No License to Kill

    Task force says officers should be held responsible for police shootings; plus, state auditor clears Spokane Valley firing of city manager

    By Mitch Ryals and Wilson Criscione

  • Trumped-up Education

    Could the President-elect's support of school choice trickle down to Spokane?

    By Wilson Criscione

  • Hitting the Wall

    Why it seems like hate crimes are on the rise, and why it's so difficult to catch the perpetrators

    By Mitch Ryals

  • Cannabis, Eh?

    Attention turns to the Great Green North's legalization plans

    By Connor Dinnison





  • Classic Gass

    Armed with a new album, the Kyle Gass Band brings its blend of rock and humor to Spokane

    By Laura Johnson

  • Wanna Rock?

    A slew of '80s glam favorites come to Wreck The Halls of Spokane Arena

    By Dan Nailen


Special Guides


    From Twin Peaks to the darkest reaches of our galaxy, there's a new book for everyone on your list

    By Sheri Boggs and Ted S. McGregor Jr.


    The gifts to brighten the spirits of the musically inclined people on your holiday list


    From cutting-edge technology to some old-school throwbacks, here are ideas for the gamers in your life

    By Sarah Munds


    Experience some time with other real-life people by diving into these tabletop games

    By Connor Dinnison

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