Hungry Bee's veteran chef, Kimberly McCune Gibson, guides burgeoning epicureans down the path to foodie bliss with cooking classes and meals rife with farm-fresh ingredients. Chef Gibson consults with novice cooks before each of her classes, deciding meal plans, coordinating matching sweaters, and bringing the required ingredients to fill clients' shelves. During the romantic dinner party, kitchen Casanovas learn the ins and outs of pan twirling, with Chef Gibson plating and serving the meal to the couple once the stove-side date is at an end. Up to four students fill kitchen classrooms in the pasta-making course, learning to knead and prepare beds of pasta before lying down for a nap. With the Girls Night Out class, eight ladies whip up a menu of choice with the help of Chef Gibson's kitchenware parables and chow down on the repast while the instructor tidies up the kitchen. A level II sommelier, Chef Gibson encourages uncorking a bottle of wine during class, offering pairing and wineglass-juggling suggestions throughout.
Inflatable bounce houses, chalkboard rooms, and arcade games comprise The Jump Palace's indoor playground for kids. This safely contained facility presents children with opportunities to run, jump, and play to their hearts' content without worrying about breaking a vase or scaring the pet goldfish. The Jump Palace features a main playground for kids and a smaller one for toddlers. Parents, meanwhile, can entertain themselves with flat-screen TVs and free WiFi. There's also a restuarant that serves pizza, wings, and cupcakes from D'Angelos Delights.
Newly remodeled, the Hudson/Boston Heights outpost of the Baymont Inn & Suites houses families a quick jaunt away from the Boston Mills and Brandywine ski resorts. Splash in the mock-summer waves of the Baymont Inn's heated indoor pool before cooling off on the neighboring slopes. Or peruse more calming attractions, such as Cuyahoga Valley National Park. Following a full day of frolicking, surf the hotel’s free WiFi or take comprehensive notes of the happenings on dozens of cable channels. Early risers wake up to a free continental breakfast complete with beverages and a side of predeparture wistfulness.
Photoriffic Memories dispatches professional hosts to parties throughout the area to help revelers capture the energy of their celebrations on black-and-white and color prints. Their open-style photo booths can occupy up to 20 people, who follow simple on-screen instructions before posing, using optional props, and expressively describing their favorite cheeses. The photo strips can be customized with a phrase befitting the celebration, and optional green screens allow hosts to add a theme to the printed shots. The company publishes all of the night's photos on its website, creating an online photo album from which guests can view or order prints.
Film students represent a distinct sector of the undergrad community, one characterized by abundant creativity and an intense professional drive. That’s why KSET Studios LLC staffs film students to produce its marketing videos for individuals and businesses. With the studio’s stock of modern equipment, the staff captures footage to create web videos, instructional videos, video résumés, and many other multimedia projects.