Scoop Blog Archive / April 2010

Celebrate Herb Day at Bastyr

Bastyr University is hosting four days of free public activities April 26-29 as part of the fifth annual National HerbDay celebration. HerbDay, celebrated across the country at universities, botanical gardens and parks is highlighted by a series of independently produced educational events designed to raise public awareness about the significance of herbs in our daily lives. Read more »

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Interview with model Tara Lynn


Tara Lynn happily swings in the plastic bubble chair at her agency, Heffner Management Read more »

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Fashion & Style Friday: Swinging by Momo

Walking into Momo (located in the International District) is like embarking on an global treasure hunt. Dressers and cabinets welcome shoppers with open drawers overflowing with fashion accessories, cards, candles and goodies from near and afar. The walls are lined with men’s and women’s clothing lines from around the world such as France’s Cop Copine for women (très chic sport-to-street styles) and the classic French St. James sailor shirts for men ($88). Read more »

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5 Ways to Celebrate Earth Day in Seattle

April 22 is the official date of Earth Day but local Seattle groups are kick starting their commune with nature this weekend. Here are five ways you can get involved.

Get Down and Dirty with Seattle Tilth
What to Expect: A down and dirty of edible gardening (tours, classes, a work party and expert q&a) hosted by the expert green thumbs of Seattle Tilth. Read more »

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Team USA Medalist Celski visits Niketown

Most mere mortals will never have the chance to experience Olympic greatness, but when local Team USA Olympic Speed Skater J.R. Celski (who calls Federal Way home) visits Niketown this Saturday, we can experience the next best thing—seeing the 2010 Bronze medalist up close. The Vancouver Games champ will be on hand to participate in a Q&A and sign autographs. Read more »

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