Issue of

Sep 14-20, 2017

 Digital Edition





  • Fermented and Fresh

    A new, Spokane-based kombucha brewery is churning out refreshing, tart-meets-slightly-sweet beverage treats

    By Chey Scott

  • Dining For a Good Cause

    Two tasty benefit dinners support local nonprofits working to end food insecurity and aid hospitality workers

    By Cara Strickland


  • Alone, But Not Lonely

    A friend's suicide inspired Spokane rapper Jango's uplifting message that a solitary life can also be a happy one

    By Nathan Weinbender

  • Still Buzzing

    UK pop-punk pioneers the Vibrators play Spokane again, likely for the last time

    By Michael Mahoney

  • Spokane Rock City

    Photographer Erick Doxey trains his eye on Tinnabulation Music Festival's first year

    By Dan Nailen


  • oh, brother!

    Darren Aronofsky's artsy, surreal psychodrama mother! thinks it's an allegory about the exploitation of women, but it's exploitation itself

    By Maryann Johanson

  • Not Clowning Around

    The first big-screen adaptation of Stephen King's epic It is a solid, if unremarkable, exploration of childhood horrors

    By Nathan Weinbender

Special Guides

Cooking with Chef Ricky: Holiday Entertaining @ Shadle Library

Sat., Dec. 14, 11 a.m.-12 p.m.
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