Answering the prayers of forgiveness

Answering the prayers of forgiveness

Because I'm a disciple of restorative justice, I'm frequently placed in positions where people expect me to preach the gospel of forgiveness.

On the Street

What's the best kept secret of the Inland Northwest?
KATIE WEBB

We rap with musician and show booker Jeff Glinski about the scene he helped develop at Baby Bar

If you've been to a late-night concert at the Baby Bar in the last five years, the odds are good that Jeff Glinski helped book it.

One person's eradication of evil is another's political correctness

My brother, who resides in McLean, Virginia, has been keeping me up to date on the weird goings on in my old home state.

Talking shop with the MAC's American Indian collection specialist about preservation, social context and narrative

Tisa Matheson will tell you she's just a "glorified organizer," and she's not really sure why the Inlander wants to interview her.

On the Street

What's your craziest St. Patrick's Day story?
VANESSA BRYANT

The kooks conquer Idaho

When the German army destroyed the town hall of Péronne, France, in 1916, a handful of the Kaiser's troops erected a placard on its ruined walls bearing the phrase, "Nicht ärgern, nur wundern!"

On the Street

If you were to start a band, what would its name be?
CAROL MITCHELL

She was told women aren't supposed to travel alone. Boy, did she prove them wrong!

In a different time, 34-year-old Tessa Hulls might simply be described as a Renaissance woman, but these days, it takes a lot of slashes to fully capture what she does and who she is. Most basically, you could call her an artist/writer/adventurer, but you'd be leaving out long-distance bike rider/painter/illustrator/comic/performer/lecturer.

Readers respond to Inlsee's announcement to run for president; AG statement on Border Patrol

Readers respond to a New York Times article on Inlander.com about Washington Gov. Jay Inslee's plan to run for president in 2020: Brad King: The good thing is he won't be our next governor.

How Citizens Make Laws: An inspiring story out of Idaho

Growing up in Kooskia, Idaho (population 607), politics and government were the furthest things from my mind. Later on, as a student at the University of Idaho, I focused my studies on chemistry and Spanish and mostly avoided political controversies.

Activist Sandy Williams saw a gap in coverage of issues affecting Spokane's black community, so she started her own newspaper

Before she started the Black Lens newspaper, focused on issues affecting the black community in Spokane and around the country, Sandy Williams was well known for her work as a community activist.

On the Street

What's your favorite podcast?
SHELLY BAKER

Readers respond to the 'Courtesy Club,' and to undocumented immigrants

Readers respond to a Q&A with the Willard Elementary educators who created the courtesy club to instill better manners among students (2/21/19):

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