The palm tree-lined campus at Sunstate Academy betrays its function by appearing on the surface to be an upscale salon. Yet, instead of performing the services themselves, the professionals inside are teaching and observing students as they put into practice their knowledge of cosmetology at the school's Salon Solaris. At pristine styling and wash stations, they cut, relax, color, perm, and condition hair. With the diversity of student interest comes diversity of services, and patrons might be pleasantly surprised to find dreadlocks, candy curls, finger waves, and elephant ears on the menu. The apprentices also dabble in nail and spa services, performing mani-pedis, and facials.
Mac's Industrial Sports Bar's kitchen wizards conjure up hearty pub grub for dinner and lunch while tap masters top off chalices with bottled brews and 27 draft beers hailing from suds factories all over the country, including the local delights of Lift Bridge and Schell's. Bolster mastication muscles without chewing on a ThighMaster by ordering one of the amply stuffed sandwiches, such as the brisket-style reuben on grilled marble rye ($9.50) or the BLAT ($9.50), which adds avocado slices to the infamous BLT lineup. Diners can add custom flare to grilled handheld eats, including burgers, with a choice of more than 20 extra toppings, such as onion rings ($1), a fried egg ($1.50), and an array of cheeses ($0.75–$1). The build-your-own pizza ($9) allows patrons to create a personalized amalgamation of meats ($1/topping) and vegetables ($0.50/topping) for a culinary construction more inviting to the tongue than a statue of Millard Fillmore sculpted from a block of Fun Dip. For earlier eats, servers unveil a variety of appetizing mouth merriments, such as a buffalo-chicken salad ($6.50) and the corn-dog snacker ($7), which consists of six mini corn dogs, french fries, and mustard sauce.
Country Day is the philosophically grounded, learner-focused independent school. Students age 2 through 8th grade develop an abiding love for learning. Preparing students to live successfully as enlightened citizens in a changing world, our community embraces diversity, insists upon common decency, and fosters human dignity
From working undercover as a high school student to leading a United Nations International Police SWAT team through war-torn Kosovo on a hunt for war criminals, Jeff Morelock has experienced the need for firearm protection and safety firsthand. He performed these difficult tasks during more than 15 years in local and international law enforcement, and during his time on the force, the NRA-certified instructor also taught new recruits and developed the comfortable, supportive teaching style he maintains at Florida Concealed Weapons Permit. Students can learn about subjects such as firearm safety, concealed weapons laws, and defense shooting techniques, and reap the benefits of learning from a teacher who keeps his skills and tactics up-to-date. Though he caters his main class to experience shooters, Jeff also teaches shooting fundamentals such as proper grip, aiming, and stance during beginner sessions at the St. Pete Police Pistol Club Range.