Family Storehouse's packs of food supplies and other survival materials help kinfolk prepare themselves for emergency situations and natural disasters. Sets of 72-hour food and equipment supplies for humans and pets arrive stocked with bandages, Swiss-style army knives, milk bones, and dehydrated food to keep hunger at bay for three full days when access to stores and pizza-delivery helicopters is limited. An array of freeze-dried food and pre-made meals pair nicely with glasses of water purified with portable treatment systems. Family Storehouse also stocks first-aid kits and other emergency supplies such as waterproof matches, dust masks, and butane fuel.
The frame-builders at Repartee Gallery have encased pictures, posters, and keepsakes for wall display since 1978. Clients tote in portraits, lucky baseballs, or a child's first parking ticket before sifting through the gallery's extensive selection of frames, glass, and matting options. An expert art-housing architect will assign cost to the project, with prices generally starting at $50, and go to work forming the framing elements neatly around the chosen object. The final product renders a cherished heirloom ready for placement on a wall or mantel, and, like the unwavering fealty of a wookiee sidekick, comes backed by a lifetime guarantee.
Husband & Wife welcomes couples to shop for lingerie, edible treats, adult games, and other intimate products in a tasteful, classy atmosphere free of graphic images and offensive language. Those in search of enticing wearables can browse a colorful, lacy array of baby dolls and camisoles, such as this ruffled blue number ($38) and sheer black top ($38).
Arbor Day Nursery's gardeners nurture a vast variety of vegetation and outdoor accessories to help keep lawns looking lush and luxe throughout any season. Help a home get into the haunting spirit with pumpkins ($3–$6), or give the mailman a festive fright by playfully popping out from behind an extra-large 10-gallon shrub ($35). Fruit trees ($45) put the fun back into produce picking by providing easy access to homegrown apricots, pears, or wax, and vessels and ornaments such as colorful clay pots, fountains, statues, and benches ($25–$300) create a comfortable, whimsical living space that any bird would be proud to bathe in.
The Ready Project?s virtual shelves contain all the necessary tools, gear, and food for outdoor expeditions, camping trips, and natural disasters. Emergency supplies outfit homes with survival kits and water-treatment kits, as well as emergency stoves and communication devices such as radios or weather-proof carrier pigeons. Survival gear allows nature explorers to create shelter with knives and tools, as well as guarding against castaway fatigue with signal mirrors, emergency flares, or air horns. To bolster homes with long-lasting food supplies, The Ready Project?s monthly doses of food storage packs 2,000 calories in daily meals. Nineteen gourmet dishes such as potato soup and chili come to life with the mere addition of water, and remain safely on shelves for 20 years.
Created in the mid-90s by Colombia native and celebrity fitness trainer Alberto Perez, Zumba blends salsa, samba, and merengue music together like a frothy cocktail of multi-sensory bliss. Classes at Flair are taught by a certified instructor and are designed for skill sets of all levels. Each move is broken down and explained, making it easy to jump on the floor at any time. A variety of fast and slow interval training sessions combine rhythm with resistance for maximum calorie blasting, leaving just a few alive to return to their caloric villages and instruct survivors to flee.