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BTV — Spring 2018

Springtime in Vermont means that the snow is finally melting, and it's time to stop and smell the flowers. In this issue, we celebrate the glory of gardens by guiding you to blooms at local parks and an area art gallery. Want more fresh spring air? We'll point you in the right direction for outdoor adventures, from setting sail on Lake Champlain to biking through Burlington.

New to Burlington? Here's What's Good: The Survival Guide!

Burlington annually ranks among the healthiest cities in the country. And thanks to Vermont's famously back-to-the-land, self-sufficient ethos, it's a good place to be when the shit hits the fan. So if you're here to hunker down — for college, for work, for zombie attacks, for a scary U.S. presidency — What's Good has some survival advice for you.

Who Won the 2017 Seven Daysies?

The Daysies are the locals’ guide to the best of Vermont. Think of this special 15th-anniversary issue, brought to you by Seven Days, as a bouquet of flowers from your fellow Vermonters — they’ve picked you the prettiest petals in the patch. If you’re looking for the best bars, restaurants, museums, theaters, shops, services and bands in the land, you’ll find them right here.

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