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Unlike head shrinkers, who decrease your brain space and increase your Thetan count, the head shapers at Chroma Salon are the guerrilla artists of the 21st century, inserting their stunning creations into the everyday world via your newly beautified noggin. The bright-orange façade of the storefront and the cubist blue interior encourage creativity among stylists and inspire clients' coifs to bend to the whims of scissors and mousse. Every appointment at Chroma begins with an initial consultation that explores cut and styling options tailored to fit individual scalps. A pre-cut shampoo massage and conditioner treatment soothe your follicles and mentally prepare you for your new 'do. Chroma Salon is dedicated to providing personalized service to every client in order to craft a style that inspires self-confidence and whiplash-inducing head turns. Contact Chroma to schedule your coiffure rejuvenation.

1049 Solano Ave
Albany,
CA
US

Cresco Equipment Rentals delivers comprehensive equipment solutions and unprecedented premier service. Contractor to homeowner, large construction project, remodel, facility services, movie production or major event, we’ve got you covered.

21 Parr Blvd
Richmond,
CA
US

Samira Dawn was a synchronized swimmer for 17 years before she discovered belly dancing. She stumbled on a performance by chance and found herself mesmerized by the sensuality and confidence of the dancers and signed up for classes as quickly as she could. After 14 years of performing and teaching belly dancing, she now shares her love of belly dancing with the community by leading women of all ages, sizes, and abilities through classes that include learning the skills and using the techniques for cardio exercise.

1018 Almanor Lane
Lafayette,
CA
US

In support of her high-decibel new album, Rihanna kicks off her hotly anticipated LOUD tour with emphatic gusto and a sizzling roster of special guests. Like an art show at a sundae bar, the LOUD tour floods the senses, enchanting audiences with lavishly designed sets, myriad costume changes, move-busting dancers, and Rihanna's songbook of Grammy magnets. Crooner Cee Lo Green augments the songful offerings with his own vocal talents, and Roc Nation rapper and rhythm scientist J. Cole further helps resuscitate ear drums traumatized by the outside world's blaring car horns and shrill howler monkeys.

251 Rhode Island St
San Francisco,
CA
US

Soak up savories and savory sounds with today’s jazz-drenched Groupon. For $15, you’ll get $30 worth of audible and epicurean delights at Coda, a recently opened multisensory Mission Street supper club. The feared animal uprising never happened and Americans embraced jazz and jazz musicians, often giving them colorful nicknames, such as "Fancy Fingers" and "'Ol Skin Bag." Jazz faced its toughest challenge in 1936, when it was stolen by the French, who attempted to use the improvisational music to power a series of submarines. France and the United States sent their five best warriors into an ancient temple to battle for the future of jazz, but all 10 fighters became friends and moved in together. Thereafter, jazz returned to the United States on its own, where it remains popular today.

1710 Mission St
San Francisco,
CA
US

The Three Faces of Marrakech Magic Theater

Peter Morrison

Peter Morrison is the consummate performer. He's charismatic and charming, and his witty, but clean comedy makes his magic show something the whole family can enjoy. Peter's passion for magic shines through during his 75-minute shows, where, donned in a tuxedo, he performs everything from sleight-of-hand card tricks to cutting-edge illusions that leave viewers scratching their heads.

Pre-Show in Sultan's Oasis

The doors to Marrakech Magic Theater open one hour prior to every show. During this time, guests are invited to gather for cocktails and appetizers inside the Moroccan-style Sultan's Oasis lounge. But this isn't just any pre-show gathering—Peter visits with every group, getting to know his guests by name and performing magic tricks up-close-and-personal. It's a rare case of a performer doubling as his opening act, and it starts the evening on a friendly note.

Intimate Parlor-Style Theater

The theater’s intimate 45-person setup means there's not a bad seat in the house, placing all attendees mere feet from the stage. Subtle touches throughout make visits all the more enjoyable, starting with a candlelit entryway and continuing into the ornate, red-colored lounge. The elegant design might have you assuming the theater has been that way for decades, but think again: Peter did it all himself, right down to the chandeliers.

419 Ofarrell St
San Francisco,
CA
US