Issue of

Mar 23-29, 2017

 Digital Edition

News

  • 'Slap in the Face'

    Medicaid patients could be hardest hit by health insurance changes, but everyone will feel it

    By Samantha Wohlfeil

  • Curing Idaho

    The House Republicans' health care plan doesn't begin to fix the state's health care issues — so Idaho itself is taking a crack at it

    By Daniel Walters

  • All Wet

    States of emergency declared in waterlogged Spokane County; plus, Lahren's pro-choice stance enrages her former right-wing allies

    By Wilson Criscione and Mitch Ryals

  • Where the Sidewalk Bends

    Frustrated with decades of crumbling concrete, neighbors proposing property tax levy to fix broken sidewalks

    By Daniel Walters

  • Tremble, King Alcohol

    Cannabis gains on beer as the intoxicant of choice in America

    By Connor Dinnison

Comment

Culture

Food

  • Nutritious Knowledge

    Regional food banks are doing more to educate clients and the public on healthy eating choices

    By Taryn Phaneuf

  • Farm to Truck

    A new mobile eatery sources farm-fresh ingredients for an all-day homemade breakfast menu

    By Chey Scott

  • Sipping at the Source

    A new tasting room at Dry Fly's East Spokane distillery showcases its spirits in cocktails, and for special events

    By Chris Lozier

Music

  • Distorted Views

    Four decades into his career, Social Distortion's Mike Ness is fighting ignorance one rock anthem at a time

    By Ben Salmon

  • A Foo's New Muse

    Guitarist Chris Shiflett heads for the country, musically speaking, while on a break from Foo Fighters

    By Dan Nailen

Film

  • Human Resources

    The Belko Experiment is predictably bloody and brutal, but it wavers too much when it comes to satire

    By Nathan Weinbender

  • Stray Observations

    The documentary Kedi is an ode to the street cats of Istanbul and a treat for feline fanatics

    By Steve Davis

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