The Chifferobe - for sale by owner.
Now’s your chance to put your money where your mouth is and actually become a downtown stakeholder.
Lots of spaces in downtown are for lease, so you could move the shop closer to the core and be part of the fun.
Hibernating, until further notice.
It was a good run. 5 years of keeping Downtown Olympia, informed, connected and on it’s toes.
Now, I will leave it to your own devices.
You clearly got this one.
Bonjour Cupcakes, now in Lacey, WA on 730 Sleater Kinney Rd SE Ste E.
Don’t forget your visa!
Darby’s Cafe from Olympia, WA was featured on an episode of Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives entitled “Hometown Haunts”.
The 5th ‘D’: Delicious.
A new project, an evolution of sort, but still in the same space on 121 State Ave NE. Einmaleins continues to be an inspiration, now it’s just more virtual.
Buy a 2013 Exotic Hikes calendar of the Olympic Peninsula.
No, really. You have to.
Scott Roberts makes the obvious connection on Thurston Opinion:
The new Olympia City Hall is attracting the homeless, and apparently they are leaving needles and condoms on the front steps.
City Manager, Steve Hall is calling this an emergency, which is ironic because business owners have been asking the city for decades to clean up the vagrant population downtown—which deter customers and hurt small businesses.
The Downtown Ambassador Program is partnering with the Parking and Business Improvement Area (PBIA) to provide additional coverage in downtown Olympia this holiday season.
More friendly faces on more days in downtown.
Free, plentiful parking often hurts more than it helps.
The Atlantic reports, and you should listen Olympia.
I’m not going to link to another stupidity of our Council, instead I shall wish Olympia a Happy Thanksgiving!
Alright, screw it, here’s the link.
And this is what we got.
For Downtown? I don’t believe it.
But it sure would be nice.
Celebrity chef Guy Fieri visited Tacoma, Puyallup and Olympia
Diners, Drive-Inns and Dives… the South Sound culinary scene in a nutshell. Awesome that Guy stopped by.
Lots of businesses are posting their special invitations on our events listing for this year’s Trick or Treating in downtown Olympia.
You really must stop by, it’s going to be a blast.
Is happening this Wednesday and the weather forecast is not as bad as in other parts of the country. So, pack up your kids and come to Olympia’s favorite neighborhood and enjoy a great treasure hunt through over 50 participating stores along with a costume contest at The Bike Stand.
The event is brought to you by Wind Up Here, Mixx 96.1, Einmaleins, Schilter Family Farms and the PBIA. Thank you!