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  • Open Market
  • Open Market

    The Spokane Public Market is revitalizing a once-vacant corner of downtown.
      The southeast corner of downtown Spokane is littered with vacant buildings, gas stations and rundown parking lots. It’s not exactly an urban utopia, but give it time. A joint development project by BR3 Development Group and Pacific Bridge is creating what will become “Market.
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  • The Year in Food
  • The Year in Food

    This year we ate outside, rejoiced in a Trader Joe’s victory and drank a LOT of wine
      It didn’t stay edgy for long. In mid-March, a number of one-off clandestine restaurants and supper clubs popped up all over, hosted by some of the area’s most recognizable chefs. Jeremy Hansen held a 15-course, eight-hour dinner in a white space on Pacific Ave.
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