Readers’ Choice — SouthSoundTalk’s Most-Read Stories in May

June is officially here, and summer is just around the corner. Before we jump into the season ahead, we’re taking a look back at the articles our readers loved the most in May.

1. Pick-Quick Drive In — Feeding Local Families Since 1949

Pick-Quick Drive In is a South Sound institution that has been serving classic drive-in fare since 1949. Photo courtesy: Pick-Quick Drive In.

Pick-Quick Drive In in Fife has been serving burgers, shakes and other classic drive in fare for more than 60 years. Learn more about this iconic South Sound burger stand by reading the full article here.

2. Behind the Scenes with Tacoma’s ‘Human Jukebox,’ Steve Stefanowicz

Steve Stefanowicz has the unique ability to memorize any song. His current tally is over 1,000. Photo credit: ML Sutton Music Photography.

Blind since birth, Steve Stefanowicz found his calling at the age of 12 when his guitar teacher taught him “My Sherona” by The Knack. His ability to play more than 1,000 songs has garnered him the title “Tacoma’s Human Jukebox.” Read the full story here.

3. Behind the Scenes with Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium Clouded Leopard Cub Keeper Andy Goldfarb

When it comes to these clouded leopard cubs, biologist Andy Goldfarb acts like a proud papa. Photo courtesy: PDZA.

Point Defiance Zoo and Aquarium was excited to welcome three clouded leopard cubs to its family earlier this year. Since their birth, Andy Goldfarb has been at the forefront of their care. In May, he gave SouthSoundTalk a behind the scenes look at these cuties, which you can read about here.

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