Vol. 19, No. 19
Come and Get It
There is $32 million of unclaimed property in Spokane County. Is any of it yours?
By Joe O'Sullivan
Tragedy on the Slopes
Death on the mountain, a booming Internet town and animal welfare.
By Chris Stein, Heidi Groover and Lauren Miller
A bill in Olympia could allow you to drink at the Garland. If the theater can afford it.
By Nicholas Deshais
Return of Paul
Four years ago, Ron Paul won Spokane County's Republican caucus. He's hoping for a repeat.
By Daniel Walters
Q&A with Darren McCrea
The pot activist explains his new University of Spokamsterdam.
Wheelchair crashes, collapsing drunks, head-sniffers and other aberrations on Spokane's bus system.
By Chris Stein
The return of the culture wars.
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
Sticky Note Slaughter
The Idaho State Senate chose to hide in the Dark Ages when it failed to protect Idahoans’ civil rights.
By Mary Lou Reed
Drink with the miners in one of the Panhandle's greatest small towns.
By Joel Smith
Downtown Spokane (West)
Where the city's elite, drunks and hipsters find refuge.
By Jordy Byrd
The Garland District
Where the hip and working-class hang out. Separately, a block apart.
Where Eagles go to spread their wings.
By Azaria Podplesky
Where the young meet the old meet the college students.
By Tiffany Harms
Redneck Fascist Hipster Pinkos
Two local artists ponder election-year discourse, and beat each other up in the process
By Leah Sottile
Where you can move away, but you can never leave.
A trip into Spokane's old-school industrial district.
A madhouse in the summer, right now it's all townies.
By Luke Baumgarten
The Perry District
A tiny-sized village in a medium-sized city.
Spokane Falls hopes to blow some minds when it unveils its planetarium to the public.
By Mike Bookey
Sizing Things Up
Lake City Playhouse hits a deliberately lighter note with Epic Proportions.
By E.J. Iannelli
Life In Transition
Philip Porter’s journey there and back.
Through the haze of sprawl, there are some diamonds in the Valley.
Downtown Spokane (East)
Drinking, diving and getting inked in the heart of downtown.
By Alicia Purvis-Lariviere
North Division Street
Go straight, stop at the neon signs.
For Your Consideration
A new biography of Ernest Hemingway. Plus, Oscar madness on AMC and Bach on old instruments.
Success is no surprise for Chocolate Myracles.
By Kirsten Harrington
Husband-and-wife duo's Ding How keeps Asian food in Liberty Lake.
By Kyler Hood
Spicy in Idaho
Salsa is making an unlikely surge in the Panhandle.
By Carrie Scozzaro
How to Save a Band
All it took was a little help from the Muppets to save the Fray.
By Alan Sculley
Stories from the City
Why the Perennials are ditching the Northwest for New York.
This Bird Has Flown
Adapting Murakami isn't for the faint of heart, but it has a way of lifting the soul.
More than unhinged, Soderbergh’s action flick makes no sense.
By Ed Symkus
Submit an Event
Submit an Event
Browse all Film Times
Entree Food Newsletter