The family-owned Thomcyns Formal Attire dapperly fits men of all ages and sizes in well-cut tuxedos from trusted brands. Twenty in-stock tuxedo styles await males planning to suit up for standing in weddings, impressing a prom date, or emceeing a professional wrestling match. Guys can complete their debonair appearance with a snappy coat, pressed pants, a white or ivory shirt, a black vest, and a black tie from lauded brands such as Oscar de la Renta, Perry Ellis, and After Six. Though not included in today's Groupon, patrons can slip toes into matching shoes ($15 extra) or choose from myriad vest colors ($15 extra) to match a date's dress, flatter skin tones, or reduce the visibility of Cheez Whiz spills.
Chooty & Co’s fabric designs span the spectrum from folksy to baroque, but they’re united by bright colors and bold patterns that can enliven any space in your home. One mustard-colored blanket, for example, features silk-screened flowers and a black satin border; tiny mosaic tiles wind across another plush salmon pillow; and some gauzy gold drapes crinkle like a foil candy wrapper. In addition to premade home furnishings, the store stocks more than 600 fabric swatches for shoppers to peruse until they hone in on an ideal pattern and hue for bed linens, blankets, or Dracula capes.
Cellar19 compiles a menu of freshly made sandwiches, salads, and appetizers to pair with their array of international wines. Select a bottle from the wooden racks lining the restaurant, or settle in for a laid-back lunch with an order of baked brie topped with apple slices, almonds, and berry preserves ($9) or cool shrimp cocktail ($8). Slices of bread bind high quality meats and fresh toppings to create 19 different hot and cold sandwiches, such as chicken cordon bleu with swiss-cheese-topped chicken breast and tavern ham ($6.99). The veggie crisp courts coy herbivores with a medley of avocado, sprouts, and other greenery on a baguette spread with white-wine mustard ($6.99). Glasses of the Chateau Ste. Michelle Riesling ($6) compliment crisp vegetables; the Windmill zinfandel ($7) boasts bold raspberry flavors to match heartier fare such as Cellar19's French dip ($6.99) or flannel salads.
Complete Nutrition provides a variety of nutritional supplements for weight loss, sports nutrition, and healthy aging. For those who have accidentally stored too much food for the winter, Tone softgel weight-loss supplements can help empty stuffed pouches and cheeks while keeping lean muscle intact ($49.99). An herbal cleanse aids in toxin cleansing and rejuvenation (59.95), and M.A.S.S. Project Buzzerk flows straight to the muscles, giving them the brawn necessary to finally overthrow the archaic skeletal system ($63.99). No bodily system is overlooked in the product array, including the immune system, which can recharge with Smart Smoothie formula made from whey protein and naturally occurring amino acids such as sun-sweat and rainbow juice ($39.99).
Tennis pros Pete Sampras and the Bryan Brothers will be joined by a potpourri of other local celebrities for this invigorating cocktail of sportsmanship and music. The evening will launch with chummy mixed doubles, doubles, and singles matches, during which green balls will bounce about Quest Center's court with the zest and precision of a truffle-hunting kangaroo. Then, dazzled peepers can rest as The Bryan Bros Band, featuring Bob and Mike Bryan with David Baron, tickles ears with tunes from their debut album, "Let it Rip." Attendees can take additional pleasure in knowing that a percentage of the event's proceeds will go to ConAgra Foods' Shine the Light on Hunger campaign.
The Just For Her Event brings women together for a weekend of merriment with exhibition booths, salon services, and live entertainment. Since its debut in Kansas City, the event has spread to Omaha's CenturyLink Center, where attendees can relax with friends or peruse the selection of jewelry, handbags, gourmet foods, clothing, and Husker-themed apparel. The event will also feature opportunities to indulge in discounted mini spa treatments or donate to a charitable organization in exchange for a quick hair-styling touch-up.