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  • Hillyard
  • Hillyard

    Where you can move away, but you can never leave.
      The eastern flank of Spokane is going through a rebirth, and Hillyard is at its forefront. And though it battles a reputation of poverty and crime, the bars that make up Market Street’s entertai
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  • Gone to Market
  • Gone to Market

    Wherein we respectfully suggest renaming Hillyard "Hill-licious."
      Hillyard’s growing food pocket along Market Street harbors an off-the-radar melting pot of gnosh-spots, marking a low-profile collective defined by quirky variety, historic funkiness and a dogged character no other Spokane neighborhood can lay claim to.
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  • The Little Engine Keeps Trying

      by Suzanne Schreiner & r & If the gods were smiling on Hillyard, they would look down at its manifold problems -- poverty, crime, unemployment and pollution -- and, like the playwrights of classical Greece, lower from the sky a deus ex machina to provide neat
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