Leah Sottile has written for The Atlantic, Al Jazeera America, Decibel, and numerous alternative newsweeklies.
Kevin is a single dad with two grown daughters. He’s been to Burning Man and the Bering Sea but still writes from the now quieter little house in Spokane, WA.
How do you find someone who disappears into thin air?
In many ways Agwa Taka is an average Spokanite. But that’s only half the story.
Why the Vatican says American nuns have become “radical feminists.”
Why strong women still chase the crown.
When a 13-year-old dies, a whole community is left searching for answers.
Local boy Ben Klein has made a name for himself as the King. But don’t call him Elvis.
Why phone books are on the chopping block for greens, pols and pissed-off citizens.
Local backyard wrestling teeters between athletics and maniacal violence.
The giant Palouse earthworm can’t be found—yet it’s dividing the Palouse.
After paying their debt to society, millions are still branded by their felony records.
How a 40-day crime spree changed Al Hadlock’s life forever.