Month: February 2006

The Inland Northwest Top 10: February 2006

Northwest Bestsellers at Local Record Stores Seaweed Jack The Captain (self-released) Burns Like Hellfire One For The Losers (SELF-Released) Scatterbox Sudden Movements (Click Pop) Decembrists Picaresque (Kill Rock Stars) Brian Crain A Traditional Christmas (Crain Records) Billy Storlie Home Dub (SELF-Released) Wolf Parade Apologies to the Queen Mary (SUB POP) Nealie Neal/Various Artists Funk It …

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Book Reviews: February 2006

Being Caribou Karsten Heuer Mountaineers Books, 2005, 237 pages. Winner 2005 Banff Mountain Book Festival Grand Prize. Imagine yourself embarking on a five-month, 1000-mile skiing/backpacking trek across the wilds of Canada’s Yukon and Alaska’s North Slope following a herd of caribou from their wintering grounds to their summer calving grounds and back. Do this knowing …

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Another One Bites The Dust: Why Historic Renovation is More Sustainable

Is there a connection between preserving our historic infrastructure and a sustainable lifestyle? Is it greener to build a low-energy straw bale home in the country or fix up an aging bungalow in the city? Even in the face of rising construction costs and overall inflation, our economy is continuing to build and re-build. The …

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Reader Response

Our features on urban cycling and street trees brought a whole mess of reader mail we wanted to share. Unfortunately, we don’t have enough space to print it all. That’s why we’ve launched a new online discussion forum to house more dialogue about issues brought up in the magazine. Go to outtheremonthly.ziplinestaging.com and click the …

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