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


As autumn descended into winter, our readers enjoyed cuddling up with a good WhatcomTalk read. There was plenty to choose from this month. These were some of WhatcomTalk’s most-read stories published in November.

1. Home for the Holidays—Buy Locally-Made Gifts This Festive Season

Customers check out vendors at the Home for the Holidays show. Photo courtesy: Joyce Hill.

2. Free Thanksgiving Meals For Those in Whatcom County in Need

Five Columns Restaurant serves Thanksgiving dinner for seniors every year — complete with pumpkin pie.
Photo courtesy: Five Columns Restaurant.

3. Longtime Village Books Owners to Sell Iconic Bookstores to Current Management Team

Chuck and Dee Robinson opened Village Books in 1980 and Paper Dreams three years later. Their story has inspired readers and quickly became one of WhatcomTalk’s most-read stories.

4. Editor’s Pick: Deliver a Handmade Gift in Bellingham this Season

NW Yarns offers a once-a-month felting class with Melissa Gragg and a Kids Crafternoon with John Dorrenbacher. Photo credit: Theresa Golden.
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