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Seattle mag's Earth Day Run is Here, Last-Minute Easter Brunch Recommendations and Happy Record Store Day
Gear Up for Seattle Magazine’s Earth Day Run
Saturday (4/19, 9:30 a.m.) — Celebratory pints from West Seattle Brewing Company and sustenance from the Chopstix and Curb Jumper food trucks will be at the ready when you cross the finish line of our fun 5k run along the Alki waterfront. There’s still time to sign up!
Last-Minute Easter Brunch Recommendations
Sunday (4/20, times vary) — The Easter bunny arrives on Sunday but if you’re like us, making brunch reservations is still on your to-do list. Ensure a hoppy holiday with these savory suggestions.
Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? at the Seattle Rep
(4/18 to 5/18, times vary) — A primer in how to humiliate and enrage one’s spouse, Edward Albee’s booze-soaked cringefest was immortalized on screen by Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton. Now, acclaimed local actors sink their teeth into these juicy roles, including Pamela Reed, who recently spoke about her work with Seattle mag contributor Nancy Guppy.
‘Tis the Weekend to Shop Tax-Free in West Seattle
Saturday (4/19, times vary) — West Seattle’s Alaska Junction is snubbing the tax man this weekend, with participating vendors offering sales tax-free shopping, along with other deals and discounts. Bonus: Saturday is also Record Store Day, so celebrate by loading up on vinyl goodies at Easy Street Records.
Take a Guided Tour of Bellevue’s Lush Botanical Garden
(Saturdays and Sundays through October, 2 p.m.) — Explore flora and foliage at the Bellevue Botanical Garden via a free docent-led tour in which you’ll learn about the garden’s history and rich pageant of plants.