Issue of

Mar 2-8, 2017

 Digital Edition

News

  • Bumpy Rides

    The gig economy promised independence and flexibility for workers who use apps like Uber to get by — but the reality has been more challenging

    By Daniel Walters

  • Free Range Tech

    Coders and web developers are dialing into the hive mind of local coworking spaces

    By Nathan Weinbender

  • My House is Your House

    Spokane residents rent out their space on sites like Airbnb, but few follow city rules

    By Samantha Wohlfeil

  • Treasure Hunters

    The business of buying and reselling thrifted stuff online continues to be a lucrative moneymaker for some

    By Chey Scott

  • Secondary School

    Tutoring apps can supplement a teacher's income, or in some cases become a full-time job

    By Wilson Criscione

  • Drone Zone

    While many imagine what drones could be used for, Inland Northwest businesses are already putting them to work

    By Samantha Wohlfeil

  • Scrubbed!

    SPD stops putting internal investigations reports online, city street strategy and a Rocket Market summer music lawsuit

  • Broken Rules

    A Millwood councilwoman has resigned, but one question remains: Did the city break the law in appointing her in the first place?

    By Wilson Criscione

  • Holy Smokes

    Marijuana as religious sacrament in Hinduism's holiest celebration

    By Connor Dinnison

Comment

Culture

Food

  • The Tastiest Ten

    Fifth annual Inlander Restaurant Week satiates appetites and continues through March 4

    By Chey Scott

  • For Purple Waves of Grain

    A local grain farmer, malter, baker and beermaker are joining forces to showcase an ancient and unique strain of Egyptian barley

    By Chris Lozier

Music

Film

  • Meditations on a Mutant

    Logan, the third stand-alone Wolverine film, is one of the best comic book movies ever made

    By Maryann Johanson

  • The Book of James

    The documentary I Am Not Your Negro uses the writings of James Baldwin to grapple with racism in America

    By Nathan Weinbender

Wendy Franklund Miller: Persistence @ Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture

Tuesdays-Sundays. Continues through Aug. 18
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