Readers’ Choice: WhatcomTalk’s Most-Read Stories in September

Heading into fall, WhatcomTalk readers shifted their interests to stories profiling people, rather than activities.  These were our readers’ favorite stories published in September.

1. Dining in the Dark – Downtown Bellingham Restaurants that Stay Open Late

With some Bellingham restaurants staying open as late (or early) as 4:00 a.m., late night hunger is easily satisfied. Photo courtesy: The Horseshoe Cafe/Facebook.

Jade Thurston brings us her list of five Bellingham restaurants that stay open late.  Curb your late night hunger by visiting one of these restaurants.

2. Darby Cowles – Senior City Planner has Eyes on a Sustainable Bellingham

Darby Cowles says that a healthy city is infused with art and unexpected surprises. Photo credit: Patricia Herlevi.

Darby Cowles has played a key role in larger picture of Bellingham’s urban design. In this article by Patricia Herlevi, learn how Darby and city planners are creating a sustainable future for Bellingham.

3. Signs Plus Brings New Life to Historic Fairhaven Pharmacy Sign

The building at the corner of 12th and Harris was advertised as the South Side Shopping Tower when it was built in 1929. The historic Fairhaven Pharmacy has now been removed to be refurbished by Signs Plus. Photo courtesy: Signs Plus.

Locally owned Signs Plus is revitalizing the historic Fairhaven Pharmacy sign.  Learn more about this project in this article by Sara Holodnick.

4. Editor’s Pick – Discover Found Objects at These Eclectic Fairhaven Boutiques

Helene Fellows and Jamie Schwindt welcome passerby at Something Found. Photo credit: Patricia Herlevi.

This story about Fairhaven boutiques gets the nod for Editor’s Pick in September because it was such a close runner-up for our top stories.  Patronize these small businesses on your next shopping excursion.

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