Van Gogh To Go is a "social painting" studio. Anyone can come and enjoy painting their own canvas in about 2 hours. We host group events for adults and children ranging from "Girls Night Out" to Birthday Parties. Van Gogh To Go is an excellent place to have a special "shower", reunion, fund raiser or business meeting.
Dr. Andrew Hopkins, named Chiropractic Neurologist of the Year in 2003, and his staff of certified massage therapists chase knots from earthly temples with a 30-minute full-body massage. To kick things off, Dr. Hopkins helms an introductory consultation with each client to determine his or her problem areas and danger zones, ensuring that massages are devoid of pain-induced yelps or spasmodic break dances. Afterward, a seasoned staffer ensconces customers within a private room sporting the sounds of music or silence, depending on customer preference. Then the glissading strokes of the Swedish massage traverse the body’s surface, gelatinizing muscles into the consistency of marshmallows for deeper relaxation and greater buoyancy in hot chocolate.
• For $25, you get $50 toward bedding accessories. • For $50, you get $200 toward a mattress set. Mattress Man bestows bedfellows with a wealth of comfortable sleep options, such as luxurious bedding accessories and pillowy mattress sets. Enjoy horizontal relaxation atop a 10-inch memory foam queen mattress set ($899.99+) or a Sealy Posturepedic queen set ($699.99+) to reward aching joints for years of hard work and frequent showings of mashed-potato dance abilities. The store's experienced staff members guide customers toward twin bed sets (starting at $199.99), ideal for youthful siblings, and queen sets (starting at $399.99), which minimize angry edicts from visiting royalty. For households with plenty of snoozing pads, a Pure LatexBLISS queen-size pillow coddles sleepy craniums ($99.99), and a set of mattress protectors ($59.99/twin) bravely guards defenseless mattresses held aloft by a Mattress Man twin bed frame ($49.99). Mattress Man’s free delivery service (for orders of $495 or more within 25 miles of a store) ensures patrons can usher new furniture to their fixture-hungry homes without renting a truck or an accident-prone mattress cannon.
Elephant ears, angel’s trumpets, and japanese maples are just a few of the tropical and shade plants Tall Pines Landscaping, LLC procures to enliven lawns. The landscaping outfit plots these exotic varieties next to more traditional trees and shrubs, tending to green spaces with a variety of professional landscaping services that range from routine yard maintenance to more extensive installation and construction work. Whether melding gardens into colonial-themed displays or laying the groundwork for a fishpond that grants wishes, the landscaping team prefaces each task with a thorough consultation to get to know the client and his or her property.
A professional photographer whose work has appeared in Sports Illustrated and Ebony, Wilson Studio owner Wes Wilson lends his lens to capturing glamorous portraits and special occasions. Instead of gluing macaroni likenesses of new family members to old portraits, update images of the current clan during a studio session ($60/hour). Snapshot connoisseurs expertly execute specific session styles, such as urban, pizzazz, and glamour, transforming negative film into positive mementos. Location sessions ($90/hour) find subjects frolicking through their favorite parks or kicking it in their own backyards, and special beach sessions ($169+) immortalize sand castles before they can be sacked by Visigoths. Wilson Studio also commemorates monumental moments by photographing weddings ($2,000+ for packages) and high-school senior portraits.
Nestled several miles north of Augusta National Golf Club, the 27-hole course complex at Mount Vintage Plantation Golf Club resembles golf’s most hallowed grounds in ways that extend beyond geographical proximity. Designed by Tom Jackson, the course rolls through curtains of carolina pines, speckling nearly 2,000 acres with white-sand bunkers and scenic water features that test the accuracy of every swing.
The two original nines, the Chester and the Vintage, shine with visually stunning vistas and elevation changes—on the Vintage course alone, 8 holes boast a rise or fall of 30 feet or more. Opened in 2008—eight years after its forebears—the Independent course puts water in play on all but 1 hole, testing golfers’ abilities to manage high-pressure shots or skip balls close to pins.