The style mavens at Splash Panic ensconce clients in eclectic West Coast–inspired apparel culled from L.A., New York, and around the globe. The black, gathered jersey fabric of the Jenny top ($30) swaddles torsos in soft textures, while its lace cutouts provide air holes for hyperventilating scarves. Show off your art literacy with a tan V-neck creation tee ($30) emblazoned with images from a Sistine Chapel fresco, or keep cash cozy in the side-slung pocket of the Remington hip-zip jacket ($70). Alternately, camouflage yourself in the pink and golden blooms of the flora dress ($45), whose ruffled neckline leaves one shoulder bare to turn coldly toward unwelcome polka partners. Shipping ($5–$7) is not included for online orders.
At Ciao Bella Hair Studio, talented stylists welcome clients into relaxed environs, setting heads at ease as advanced cutting techniques stylize locks. With today’s deal stylist Jamie (Lepeirs) Knoer trims tresses to jettison split ends, add bounce, and help hair fit more neatly into bobsledding helmets. A conditioning treatment smoothes and strengthens strands, nourishing filaments to a silken shine. After head threads have been replenished with nutrients, Knoer sculpts a style that reflects each guest’s personality or pays homage to a favorite game-show host.
Starting with the purchase of its first rental property in the heart of the Hertel Avenue district, Buffalo City Living has grown to manage dwellings spread throughout the city. The company’s property-management division oversees dwellings of 1–100 units and dispenses technicians daily to handle lawn maintenance, snow removal, or carpet cleaning. For property owners living out of town or inside a complex network of underground tunnels, Buffalo City Living can tackle all the tasks related to your investment, so you can concentrate on big-picture items such as future profit forecasts and appreciating property values.
Buffalo Memories Photo Booth arrives onsite to help hosts of events such as birthdays, proms, and weddings capture pictures of guests and lively memories. Spacious booths accommodate up to 15 people, accompanied by a box of props and scrapbooking materials to collect and save strips of photos.
International Ballroom & Latin Dance's experienced instructor, Craig Hanlin, imparts students of all skill levels with graceful rug-cutting know-how and international standard dance techniques. Each month of classes incorporates lessons in ballroom and Latin American styles and trains students in 10 varieties of toe twinkling, including the waltz, cha-cha, quickstep, tango, and the fox trot—a dance first popularized by the rock group Kiss. Participants can attend a Wednesday (6:30 p.m.–7:30 p.m.) or Friday (6:30 p.m.–7:30 p.m.) night class each week over the course of one month, enabling them to boost their overall dancing prowess in time for weddings, presidential galas, or toddler break-dancing competitions.