The thread technicians at Men of Mendham Barbershop whisk away wild hairs from the heads of both men and boys with deft cuts and shaves. Sleek black-leather chairs welcome youngsters for the boys' cut, which lops mop tops to reveal a youngster's mischievous eyes or unsanctioned temporary tattoos. Or tend to mature locks with the men’s cut, which yields a careful sculpting accompanied by a full facial shave to control wily whiskers.
Build A Basket creates thoughtful gift kits to aid expressions of gratitude, love, and confusion as well as celebrations of birthdays, holidays, and special occasions. Benevolent benefactors can assemble a personalized endowment by choosing a container, whether a small, antique-style sea-grass suitcase basket ($15.99) or a large wicker basket ($15.99). From there, gifters can sift through an extensive miscellany of care-package wares from gag gifts ($2.50–$24.95) to indulgent spa products ($2.50–$38.99). Present panniers also come prefashioned for golf devotees ($2.99–$25.99), pretend princesses ($29.99), and Valentines with a red-velvet sweet tooth ($34.99). Hundreds of individualized options await gift givers short on time, inspiration, or basket-weaving prowess.
Blistering every seat in the house with his scorching wit, actor, comedian, and author Tracy Morgan brings his inimitable act to the historic Fillmore for a charitable night of raucous, adult-only hysterics. Beloved for his roles on Saturday Night Live, 30 Rock, and in numerous films, Morgan serves up an obstreperous standup act sure to tickle even the most irascible ribs until they weep with joy. Proving that not all comics have replaced their hearts with whoopie cushions, this special event benefits Rebuilding Together, a nonprofit organization founded by Miami Dolphins tight end Anthony Fasano to provide repairs and accessibility accommodations so that military veterans can remain in their own homes.
Each of the beauty specialists at Soledad Day Spa has at least 22 years of pore-pampering experience and is proficient in both the science of aesthetics and the art of relaxation. Their offerings include cleansing facials and exfoliating scrubs, along with thermal mud wraps that promote detoxification and Dead Sea masques that teach their wearers ancient Aramaic through osmosis. Instead of waxing, they specialize in traditional Middle Eastern sugaring, which can whisk away unwanted hair without sticking to the skin or leaving residue on clothing.