Issue of

Jul 19-25, 2012

Vol. 19, No. 40

News

  • Trouble for Trolls

    An online commenter may be about to learn the hard way that even on the Internet, no one is truly anonymous

    By Chris Stein

  • 6th District Showdown

    Three Republicans go up against one Democrat in a newly shaped district on the outskirts of Spokane

    By Chris Stein

  • Friends in High Places

    Local influencers support legalizing pot

    By Joe O'Sullivan

  • A Year of Freedom

    Jason Baldwin talks about the death penalty, his future and how it feels for the West Memphis Three to finally be free

    By Mike Bookey

  • Stopping Short

    Spokane City Council shoots down a proposal for neighborhood C.O.P. shops; plus, Washington benefits from the country’s drought

    By Joe O'Sullivan

Comment

Culture

Food

Music

  • Better Together

    Once pissed-off North Idaho kids, the Hague is older now. And maybe a little sadder

    By Leah Sottile

  • Get in the Van

    Most bands head to big cities on tour, but locals Terrible Buttons spent the month of June with bears and beardsmen in Alaska

    By Sarah Berentson

Film

  • The Final Chapter

    The Inlander sits down with director Christopher Nolan to discuss his Batman legacy as he wraps up the trilogy with The Dark Knight Rises

    By Ed Symkus

  • In Prism

    Your Sister’s Sister is a brisk film with vibrant emotional color

    By Luke Baumgarten

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