With thousands of frame and mat combinations, The Great Frame Up can satisfy any and all framing fantasies. The expert framespeople can make diplomas radiate (diploma framing starts at around $100), personalized jerseys glisten (starting around $300), and dorm-room movie posters sparkle (many 24"x36" pieces are under $100). The design wizards can also find a home for any prized possession, such as shoebox photos, baby booties, ticket stubs, medals, and really good pot roasts. The Great Frame Up’s no-hassle guarantee and assurance that all work is done on-site means your frameables won't be subject to mistreatment at underground commercial framing facilities.
When Alive magazine publisher Elizabeth Tucker first thought about LASIK surgery as an alternative to the glasses she had worn since second grade, she didn't think it was an option. She feared the cost, worried about the time off work, and was unsure about how safe the procedure would be. Luckily, numerous friends told her about the transformative effects of their own procedures, and she finally decided to take the plunge at Crown Laser Center. There, a team of seven board-certified ophthalmologists, optometrists, and surgeons put Elizabeth and other clients at ease as they correct corneas with trained hands and cutting-edge equipment, boasting a 99% surgery-success rate. Elizabeth is now glasses-free and doesn't regret a thing. "It's been life-changing for me," she says in a video on the laser center's website, "I would recommend it to anyone."
Big Frog transfers custom and premade designs onto everything from garments and golf towels to mouse pads and flags. Jump-start a stalled imagination machine by consulting sundry design ideas, graphic designers on staff, and a range of clothing styles. Print a picture of your favorite ex-attorney general onto a white cotton T-shirt ($15.99–$18.99 in S–3XL) or colored jersey polo ($20.99–$23.99 in S–3XL), or label identical twins with two colored onesies for infants ($16.99 each). The shop also stocks illustratable knickknacks such as coasters ($23.99/four), 110-piece puzzles ($15.39), and car flags ($16.49, pole included).
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The Needlepoint Clubhouse supplies knitters and crafters with inspiration, a wide selection of materials, and needlepoint classes that gather small groups of students for hands-on learning. The store’s rainbow of thread skeins shimmers with metallics and gleams with silk, canvas unfolds in an array of thread counts, and magnifying lamps spare eyes or uncover hidden hovercrafts woven into ancient tapestries. Sectioned tote bags ferry projects about with ease, and frames and expert frame-finishing services ready masterpieces for display. Savvy stitchers, including a master teacher, helm classes, the subjects of which range from needlepoint basics for beginners to advanced decorative stitches for those with thimbles welded to each finger.
Founded more than 50 years ago by William Bradburn, a St. Louis University basketball star, Bradburn's Parent Teacher Stores stock an array of supplies and toys capable of stimulating creative development and a love of learning in kids of all ages. Books, bulletin board aids, organizational materials, charts, stickers, and arts and crafts supplies all aid imaginative teachers and attentive parents in the fight to pry children away from their video games, TV shows, and WiFi touch-screen hula-hoops. Encourage scientific curiosity with a Butterfly Garden ($21.95), or give your progeny a head start on number crunching with the Pizza Fraction Fun game ($19.99). Bradburn’s brain-centric wares cover virtually all areas of study including math, language arts, sciences, and social studies to help ensure every future astronaut and future astronaut-supplies salesperson stays well-rounded.