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# Hill Street

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How one man's shop made skateboarding an Irish passion
Clive Rowen set up Clive’s on Hill Street in 1978. Now the owner of Skate City, he helped foster the burgeoning skate scene in Dublin.
Tony Hawk on things "getting ugly" his first time skateboarding in Ireland
“We didn’t belong in the mainstream scene”.
Irish company wins world distribution rights to skateboarding doc
Wildcard Distribution announced their coup at the Web Summit today, which skateboarding hero Tony Hawk is attending.
Investigation under way into death of woman in Belfast
The 49-year-old’s body was discovered on Hill Street in the Cathedral Quarter this morning.
Film charting Ireland’s skateboarding scene set for Jameson Film Festival
Documentary follows the development of skateboarding in Ireland from a shop in Dublin’s north inner city to today’s modern skate parks.