Our Dining Out section is on racks, "Presidential Alert" disrupts networks and other headlines

click to enlarge Check out some pretty plates in this week's Dining Out issue. - YOUNG KWAK
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Check out some pretty plates in this week's Dining Out issue.

NEWS: What does #HackWashington mean and is it what Spokane needs? Daniel Walters digs into the marketing effort meant to appeal to Western Washington.

NATION: Swing Republican senators condemned President Trump after he mocked Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, who alleges sexual assault against his Supreme Court pick.

ART: Terrain's preview show is tonight, and there are some pretty cool bands playing tonight. Check out the lineup for Thursday. 

COVER: This week, WE FEAST. Check out the pretty plates in our Dining Out issue.


At long last! Something "Presidential"!
Oh wait. A cell phone alert? If you have a cell phone in your pocket like every other normal person in America, chances are you saw the "Presidential Alert" too. The alert apparently disrupted some cell networks throughout the Northwest, including Alaska, the Seattle Times reports.

Vote expected Friday
Americans can expect a Senate vote on Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh. Three Republican senators are considered swing voters. (Washington Post)

"Spokane, you got this? Cool..."
Spokane Police estimate that Vice President Mike Pence's trip will cost the city between $20,000 and $25,000. There were 123 officers on duty during the visit — a time when normally only 22 are on duty. (Spokesman-Review)

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Quinn Welsch

Quinn Welsch is the copy editor of the Inlander.