Hey, sneakerheads! Catch the latest drop in November

Hey, sneakerheads! Catch the latest drop in November

Love or hate the recent Colin Kaepernick ad blitz, there's one thing everyone has to admit: Nike knows how to sell sneakers.

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What is your creative outlet?

The Year That Was... 2014

25 Years of the Inlander
TAYLOR SWIFT has everyone shaking it off with 1989.

As the Brett Kavanaugh nomination veers into Anita Hill territory, we can't forget his record

Judge Brett Kavanaugh opened his Supreme Court nomination hearing by assuring the senators of the Judiciary Committee that, as a justice, he would always follow precedent as directed by "original meaning." With apologies to originalists, in my view this is bogus for the simple reason that, aside from attribution, there is no such thing as "original meaning."

On the Street

What's the last book you read?

President Trump's fight with John McCain needed to stop when the war hero died

When Sen. John McCain died, President Trump refused to praise him, expressing only initial condolences to McCain's family for their loss.

How we measure the degree of civilization

When I was 13, I met a boy. We connected during rehearsals for You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown.

The Year That Was... 2013

25 Years of the Inlander
An extraterrestrial visitor came without warning when the CHELYABINSK METEOR came crashing down to Earth, causing a shockwave in Russia.

Readers respond to a news article about a Facebook page that shames alleged addicts

Readers respond to "No Symps Allowed," about the Spokane "Tweaker Blaster" Facebook page (9/6/18): Claire Collins Thompson: How we treat those who are struggling (in any form) says more about us than it does about them.

The state of nostalgia and "straight talk" after John McCain

The Dumpsters have been dumped in Pullman.

The Year That Was... 2012

25 Years of the Inlander
Would the FIRST BLACK PRESIDENT win a second term?

On the Street

What's the last thing you bought on Amazon?

Homegrown and mission-driven — local companies with different priorities are a key piece of the local economy

Meet Bobby Enslow, founder and CEO of Indaba Coffee.

Readers respond to Spokane teacher pay raises and a gun control measure on the November ballot

Readers respond to an Inlander story about Initiative 1639, a Washington state gun control measure that would increase the purchase age for semi-automatic rifles to 21 and will appear on the November ballot (8/30/18):

Our big brother city to the west is going through some growing pains

Life in Seattle feels punitive these days. Yes, we have the consolation of living in one of the most beautiful settings for a city anywhere in the world.


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