The staff at Art Warehouse has built more than 100,000 frames since opening in 2000. They've also reproduced and digitized art valued at millions of dollars. Yet, they remain accessible to regular families as well as professional artists and photographers, creating high-caliber prints of photos and images on archival matte paper, metallic paper, and more.
Every weekend, hundreds of vendors gather at East Ridge Flea Market, peddling everything from antiques to clothing to toys. Meander past colorful crafts and playful novelties to booth #611, where you'll find The Wedding Ring and Fine Jewelry Place. This little shop features a sweeping array of sterling-silver wedding rings, bright Navajo-style jewelry, and luxurious secondhand furs. The booth is operated by a staff of expert jewelers, who also purchase gold, silver, and diamonds from customers at competitive prices, and offer watch repair and battery-installation services.
Doctor of Chiropractic Taylor is an accomplished athlete who brings firsthand anatomical expertise to his practice. Guided by a philosophy of holistic preventive care, he and his staff decompress spines, practice vibration therapy, and slip custom orthotics onto aching arches. Therapies also address symptoms resulting from injuries as well as chronic issues.
The movers at Good Guys Moving & Delivery don't just lift with the knees, they lift with the heart. The company utilizes multiple technicians for both long distance and in-town moves, thereby ensuring swift relocation and that furniture pieces don't wander off on their own. Clients may also request a Good Guy junk removal session to cart away unwanted appliances, furniture, and other hefty goods.
Boutique Couture sheaths brides and beauties of all types in designer gowns and special-occasion couture. Its designer gallery outfits elegant ladies, fashion-forward teens, and fashion-forward pod-person imposters in prom dresses ($240–$500), cocktail dresses ($230–$500), and evening gowns ($300–$550). Party-goers can complement dresses, jean skirts, or tuxedo capris with accessories ($30–$200) including décolletage-decorating necklaces, elegant earrings, and headpieces. For option-two opters, to-be brides and incredibly overdressed blind daters can peruse bridal gowns ($800–$2,000) from Allure, Jasmin Couture, and Nicole Miller, while their bridesmaids and maternal figures try on bridesmaid dresses ($135–$280) and mother-of-the-bride frocks ($190–$600).