In Laser Zone’s 5,000-square-foot multilevel arena, teams zap each other with neon beams of light and tally up tags to determine victors. With a private party room, a laser maze, and more gaming options in the arcade, Laser Zone is also an ideal spot to celebrate birthdays and school functions.
The sterling-silver double-heart pendant necklace updates a classic jewelry design to reflect the sentiments of Mother's Day. Affixed to a delicate 18-inch silver chain, a heart-shaped pendant reads Mom in elegant script. A .01-carat brilliant-cut diamond adds a touch of sparkle to the lettering, like the rubies set in every o in the Constitution. The diamond is rated for H/I color and I1 clarity. The necklace's timeless style can transition seamlessly between casual and dressy occasions.
Hotlines Beauty Salon’s stylists and nail technicians lavish digits and head threads with beautifying services ranging from haircuts to mani-pedis to ear piercing. OPI, Star, and CND shellac polishes star in manicures and signature pedicures such as the shellac glitter pedicure, which can turn toes into tiny disco balls for up to one month. Wielding Pureology and Redken products, hairstylists tint lackluster locks with fresh color, impose permed curls on pin-straight strands, and rearrange follicles into stylish coifs to beautify heads for weddings, proms, or jury duties.
Get Air's four pit trampolines allow bouncers to jump from competition-grade rectangular trampolines into miniature abysses filled with soft, square blocks of foam. But the expansive indoor facility fosters more activities than just jumping. Angled borders surround a dodge-ball arena made up of four long tumbling tracks, and two Aeroball courts host a combination of volleyball, basketball, and trampolining. AirJam basketball takes place in its own area, while kids shorter than 48 inches can play without fear of falling adults or skies at the Small Air area.
Since 1964, Guitar Center has paired musicians with guitars, keyboards, drums, Pro Audio gear, and necessary accessories, including DJ and recording equipment to capture newly made melodies. An iPad music-stand adaptor ($39.99) connects an iPad to a music stand, allowing musicians to access online programs and music apps on-stage, or to publicly dedicate a song to their online Scrabble partner. A clip-on tuner ($29.99) keeps notes pitch-perfect, and Guitar Center’s array of sheet music produces a wider variety of sounds than singing from a thesaurus, with options that include the C-surfing The Real Blues Book ($31.49). Stitch tighter harmonies by threading notes onto Slinky guitar strings ($3.79), or use the value of today's Groupon toward a larger purchase, such as the Epiphone Les Paul Special II guitar ($169–$179.99). Guitar Center rounds out its collection of gear with Pro Audio and DJ equipment, keyboards, and drums, allowing every band member or solo cymbal player to stock up on their chosen form of expression.
Because they're extremely valuable tools and toys, tablets require proper protection and care. That's why Monster Tablets focuses on tablet accessories, such as cases, screen protectors, and chargers. The store's stock includes accouterments for most brand-name tablets, including the Samsung Galaxy, the Kindle Fire, and the iPad. For Apple products, Monster Tablets even showcases new Gizmobies, a stylish, slimmer alternative to bulkier iPhone cases.