Issue of

May 25-31, 2017

 Digital Edition


  • A Different Way

    Why more Spokane schools are trying a nontraditional teaching method called project-based learning

    By Wilson Criscione

  • Burden of Proof

    The challenging and changing shape of police oversight in Spokane

    By Mitch Ryals

  • Cannabusted? Maybe Not

    A Spokane Valley man faces life in prison for growing pot, but the case against him might be unraveling

    By Mitch Ryals

  • Unsoak the Poor

    Can state legislators use this year's budget to prevent taxes from punishing low-income earners?

    By Daniel Walters

  • Festival Hookup

    On the eve of Sasquatch!, checking in with the cannabis shop closest to the Gorge Amphitheatre

    By Mike Bookey




  • Meat Madness

    I love brisket more than is probably safe — or healthy — for a guy my age

    By Mike Bookey

  • Lone Star

    A new North Idaho grill offers an unexpected and healthytake on Southwestern classics

    By Carrie Scozzaro


  • Volume Way Up

    There are a lot of music festivals out there, but there aren't many like the Inlander's

    By Nathan Weinbender

  • Built to Spill

    Band leader Doug Martsch on the joys of small music festivals

    By Dan Nailen

  • Chastity Belt

    All-female quartet's new album drops just in time for Volume

    By Jordan Satterfield

  • Ras Kass

    Old-school skills, but far from stuck in the past

    By Tuck Clarry

  • Critical Mass

    With 15 years under its belt, Sasquatch! has had major milestones, as well as hiccups, along the way

    By Samantha Wohlfeil


  • Arrrgh, It Blows!

    It may have raked in billions, but the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise has run aground

    By Maryann Johanson

  • A Real Fixer-Upper

    Richard Gere sheds his movie star persona as a glad-handing, elbow-rubbing wiseguy in Norman

    By Marjorie Baumgarten

Studio Ghibli Fest: Princess Mononoke @ Regal Cinemas Riverstone Stadium 14

Wed., Nov. 20, 7 p.m.
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