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A Conversation with Huckleberry Press Editor Val Mohney

By Huckleberry Press / July 22, 2023 /
Val Mohney

If you are a long time reader of the Huckleberry Press, you have been privy to the evolution of this “old-school-style publication illuminating the essence of Americana.”

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Denny Carmen: Inspired By Art

By Huckleberry Press / June 13, 2023 /
Denny Carmen

After spending many years as a volunteer, Denny Carman had built up a reputation as someone who has significantly grown the local art community. Denny’s passion has always been to help children, the disabled, and veterans through an inclusive and supportive art program. Denny has since established the Chrysalis Gallery in Spokane which allows local artists to get their art out to the public free of charge and help grow their artwork simultaneously.

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Chris and Marianne Bornhoft Build a Legacy One Opportunity at a Time

By Huckleberry Press / June 8, 2023 /
Chris and Marianne Bornhoft

You may have seen their signs around Spokane and Airway Heights, but you probably don’t know much about the evolution of Bornhoft Real Estate. Chris and Marianne Bornhoft are partners in marriage and in business.

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Huckleberry Press Editor Val Mohney interviews Kevin Weir of Action Coach Business Coaching

By Huckleberry Press / May 10, 2023 /
Kevin Weir

In this interview, Val Mohney, the editor of Huckleberry Press, sits down with Kevin Weir, a seasoned business coach from Action Coach in Spokane.

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Country Blue Mercantile: A Spokane Valley Business Celebrating Local Artists

By Huckleberry Press / April 2, 2023 /
Amanda Davisson, owner of Country Blue Mercantile and artist Jerry Vahslovik

The boutique space is located on University in the Spokane Valley. It is currently an online thrift and gift shop which offers upcycled, new, and vintage items. While most products are shipped, local customers seem to enjoy coming to pick up their items and learning about Country Blue. There are many unique objects to satisfy even the most budget-conscious customers.

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Spokane Marketing Maven Shines a Light on Self-Help One Follower at a Time

By Huckleberry Press / April 2, 2023 /

Today Julia has built her career in social media from the ground up, and has had the opportunity to work with some of the largest brands in the world. She is the founder of the Self Help Planner, and has amassed a loyal following on TikTok of over 180,000 people. But her career didn’t happen overnight.

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Browning Beef: A Local Ranch Committed to Quality and Sustainability

By Huckleberry Press / April 2, 2023 /

Discover Spokane’s beloved grass-fed/finished beef ranch that offers prime cuts straight from their closed herd. Sample at local hotspots or order at www.browningbeef.com.

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Revealing and Rejoicing in the Stories of Reclaimed Wood

By Huckleberry Press / February 1, 2023 /
Cheryle Moore-Suazo

Raised in Bend, Oregon and having spent most of her adult life in the Pacific Northwest, Cheryle has been a long-time woodworker. From the late 90’s, she and her husband owned a renovation company in Portland, where she worked hands-on performing carpentry and tiling, among other skills.

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One Woman’s Story of Baking, Bravery, and Barkuterie

By Huckleberry Press / January 25, 2023 /
Jody Barrett and Bucho

If you’re a dog lover, you probably know the sheer joy that comes with having a dog curled in your lap or snuggled next to you. Jody Barrett is certainly a dog lover, and has had at least six dogs over the years (and many cats) after falling in love with her first family dog, a Cocker Spaniel named Buffy.

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Page 42 Bookstore: Community impact, one book at a time

By Huckleberry Press / January 19, 2023 /
Page 42 owners Emily Peterson and Alicia McCann

Quaint-yet-hip, Page 42 Bookstore can be found (much to the owner’s delight) next door to Donut Parade on Hamilton. Despite its size, Page 42 has made a massive impact on the book industry in Spokane due to its modern pricing philosophy and commitment to keeping literature accessible.

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