Bill and his crew at Foot Solutions help to soothe soles with a variety of inserts, footwear, and orthotics. Experts perform careful gait evaluations, and then make custom recommendations for treatment for problems such as bunions, plantar fasciitis, or general discomfort. They carry a wide range of footwear for work, athletics, and casual wear, as well as customized and over-the-counter orthotics.
Cartridge World, which has been in business for more than 20 years, is one of the world's biggest ink and toner retailers, and it reduces waste by allowing you to refill and reuse well-loved printer cartridges. Roy G. Biv-ify your printer with black or color ink for assorted printer types. Based on the original condition, inkjet cartridges can be refilled up to four or five times, with laser cartridges enjoying many more happy returns.
The Little Black Dress's colorful collection of designer threads for women is sweetly framed by walls the color of buttercream frosting. The shelves are stocked and racks strung with the season's hottest trends, including fashions from designers such as Shoshanna, Calypso, David Meister, M. Miller, Elizabeth McKay, and more. Set yourself up for a sultry summer of scintillating seafaring with some St. Frances Nautical apparel ($45–$200), or accessorize a little black dress for your pet mannequin with a new pair of earrings ($75–$225), a bracelet ($150–$405), or necklace ($250–$500). Because The Little Black Dress carries some hard-to-come-by cargo and commodities, you're sure to find a new signature piece that fills the unsightly gap in the teeth of your wardrobe.
In 2003, clothing designer Susan Lazar set out to create a line of modern apparel for infants and toddlers that could be both stylish and comfortable for growing bodies. Many of her designs at Egg By Susan Lazar feature organic cotton that's safe for sensitive skin, as well as kid-friendly details such as wide-cut bateau necklines or secret pockets for imaginary friends to hide from parents. Parents can find soft onesies sewn from pastel or heathered fabrics, or dress their progeny in knit cardigans and button-down shirts tailored in adult-style fits.
The yogurt-minded staff members at Chill serve all-natural frozen yogurt that is mixed in small 10-gallon batches or less and delivered daily from a St. Louis dairy to ensure freshness. The active cultures, along with calcium, protein, and vitamins, blend together in low-fat flavors such as biscotti, dark chocolate, and red-velvet cake. Patrons fill their cups with the frozen treat, then crown their creations with a selection of fruity, salty, and sugary toppings.
Imagination is given free reign at NewCastle Comics & Games, where real-time rounds of tabletop warfare are surrounded by thousands of back-issue comics from the '50s, '60s, and '70s. Faux stone walls help blur the line between reality and fantasy, calling to mind a medieval dungeon or Vincent Price's breakfast nook while also serving as a perfect backdrop for a huge assortment of new comics and graphic novels as well as Warhammer 40,000 events and Weekly Magic: The Gathering sessions. The shop also boasts a large selection of gaming cards and supplies that allows fans to step outside quotidian roles to become something other than a dutiful son, hardworking waitress, or the seventh clown into the car.