ThurstonTalk’s Top 5 Posts From The First Half Of 2012


With about half of 2012 behind us, we thought that we would look back on the past six months and summarize our most popular articles.  Take a look at the list below.  As always, the articles are an education about the positive things happening in our community.  Whether it’s a featured business article, a sports profile, or an article focused on an upcoming event, continues to deliver quality content about the greater Olympia community.

#1 – Sweet Charley B’s Cupcakery – Delicious To The Last Crumb

With her store front now open, Amanda Beers is continuing to make her mark on the community.  Read her story to learn more about how she started her business.  You can find her cupcakes across the street from the Olympia Farmers Market.

#2 – Why I Love Olympia

This post summarizes all the great aspects of living, working, and playing in Olympia.  It’s a great resource when friends come to town.  Or, use it as a springboard to try something new or revisit an old favorite activity.

#3 – Faces Of Capital City Pride

In June, downtown Olympia hosted the Capital City Pride Festival.  One of our writers interviewed three families about marriage.

#4 – 2012 Thurston County Festivals And Major Event Calendar For Olympia, Lacey and Tumwater

ThurstonTalk is quickly becoming the go-to source for information about events happening in Olympia, Lacey and Tumwater.  This post summarizes the major festivals occurring throughout 2012.  While some have passed, there are still some great things coming up.  And, you can be certain that we’ll update this post for 2013 so you can jot the key dates on your calendar.

#5 – Olympia Arts Walk 2012 – Popular Event Brings Together Artists, Businesses, And The Community

Arts Walk is a popular downtown Olympia event happening in both the Spring and Fall.  Mark your calendar for Fall Arts Walk – October 5th and 6th.

ThurstonTalk is committed to continuing to bring you positive articles about people, businesses, and organizations doing good things in Thurston County.  Continue to turn to ThurstonTalk for stories from your community.

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