With thousands of frame and mat samples, The Great Frame Up can satisfy any and all framing fantasies. The expert framespeople can make diplomas radiate (most diplomas can be framed for around $100), personalized jerseys glisten (most for under $300), and dorm-room movie posters sparkle (many 24x36 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.
Sunlight floods through wide windows at therapy women's boutique, glinting off funky jewelry and illuminating the bold patterns of the store's trendy women's apparel, which ranges from casual to party-ready. Big Buddha handbags conceal capacious storage pockets in chic folds of canvas, and Tractor jeans join forces with Sky tops to create festive ensembles appropriate for a night on the town or a year in an upscale biodome. The boutique's jewelry selection combines funky metal medallions with hewn chunks of topaz and turquoise.
The staff at both Born to Run locations know firstfoot what’s important in a good running shoe. Every Wednesday and Thursday morning before opening up shop, they slip on their footwear of choice and lead group runs. They share their passion for running and their knowledge of quality footwear with the marathoners, joggers, and walkers that amble through their doors. They pride themselves on having something for everybody, including minimalist, cross-trainer, and high-cushioned shoes from trusted brands such as Saucony, Adidas, Nike, and Brooks. In addition to equipping athletes with a wardrobe of reflective vests, sports bras, and Under Armour wear, Born to Run enhances daily runs with a host of accessories, such as GPS watches for mapping out jogging routes or remembering where you parked the hovercraft.
Rainbow Arts & Crafts fosters creativity with a spread of art supplies and adds a finishing touch to final projects with an on-site framing department. Stock up on art and craft necessities for hobbies ranging from painting to scrapbooking to competitive stickering. Colored pencils, charcoal, and pastels ($0.99+) enhance sketchbook doodles, and pins and needles ($2.52–$12.99) and thread ($5.25–$27.99) coalesce to fashion custom needlepoint and stitchery. For the oven inclined, an arsenal of baking supplies, such as molds ($2.49+), cake pans ($9.99), and cookie-cutters ($0.59), provide all the tools necessary to make a vagrant gingerbread man feel at home. For patrons unable to find the materials they need in-store, Rainbow will gladly special order and supply most items within one week.
LuckyVitamin.com is an online retailer devoted to vitamins, minerals, and nutritional supplements, and has curated products from more than 1,100 wellness brands. Though vast, the selection is easily shopped, as the site can be searched by category (men's health, sports nutrition, etc.) or vitamin type. And because LuckyVitamin.com knows that people interested in their internal wellness are more likely to be interested in a holistic approach to health, they carry much more than just vitamins and supplements. In their online catalog, shoppers can browse an expansive selection of everything from organic skincare and aromatherapy products to water purification systems and green cleaning supplies. Perhaps the largest section of the site is devoted to health foods, where you can find items as varied as instant coffee infused with probiotics and cashew butter infused with cashews.
When kids want to play Hot Lava Monster on a jungle gym, hone their athletic skills on shock-absorbent basketball courts, or swing for the sky on a backyard swingset, Superior Play Systems helps them on their way. The company creates play equipment crafted with safety in mind. Some of its trampolines, for example, come with safety enclosures to keep kids from accidentally jumping onto Pluto.
Swingsets are made from hardy California redwood and cedar; this durable craftsmanship is reflected in the company's warranties, which guard against everything from breakage to carpenter bees. And while the company's gear outfits backyards and playgrounds across the country, its staff also runs play centers, where kids can stop in for unstructured play or a birthday party.