Issue of

Mar 16-22, 2017

 Digital Edition


  • A Different Track

    How local high schools are trying to meet the increasing demand for skilled manufacturing jobs

    By Wilson Criscione

  • Change at the Top

    WA's Eastern District will get new U.S. Attorney; plus, state House passes bill revoking rapists' parental rights

    By Mitch Ryals and Samantha Wohlfeil

  • Clearing the Way

    Homeowners in northeast Washington are already preparing for wildfire season

    By Samantha Wohlfeil

  • Green's Dream

    Can Carbon Logic change the world? A local collaboration aims to find out

    By Connor Dinnison




  • Tongue Thai'd

    A breakdown of culinary history, pronunciation, common ingredients and other facts to know about this popular Southeast Asian cuisine

    By Raven Haynes

  • At Phonthip's Thai Table

    After running a restaurant in Bangkok for decades, Phonthip Tungkana is realizing her dream of cooking her family's recipes for American diners

    By Chey Scott

  • Five of the Region's Top Thai Restaurants

    If you're looking for an authentic Thai experience, try the following locations, as recommended to us by friends and readers


  • Existential Pop

    Transplanted from Portland to the California desert, Josh Hodges of STRFKR found inspiration in desolation

    By Nathan Weinbender

  • Road Worthy

    Strand of Oaks' path to sonic nirvana comes through Spokane

    By Dan Nailen


  • Beast Intentions

    A new Beauty and the Beast can't decide whether to aim for originality or nostalgia

    By Scott Renshaw

  • Suppressive Person

    In My Scientology Movie, Louis Theroux digs into the shadowy religious organization and finds a camera pointing back at him

    By Nathan Weinbender

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