In a 4,000-square-foot studio filled with natural light, Urban Fitness Kickboxing's instructors teach kickboxing, muay thai, jujitsu, and mixed-martial-arts classes. They also lead groups through Body Focus classes that tone muscles and burn calories with kettlebells and calisthenics routines. Onsite showers wash away sweat after workouts.
In the evenings, groups gather inside QBHome Paint & Sip Studio?a chic space flanked by artfully exposed brick walls?to mingle over wine before beginning the night's painting session. An instructor guides participants through the step-by-step re-creation of a featured painting. Subjects are diverse, ranging from a funky high-heeled shoe to a replica of an expressionist masterpiece by lauded artist Maurice Evans.
The course itself carries on that fun vibe, too. Winding through city streets and local parks, the 5K route is dotted with hydration stations that dole out hot chocolate. Holiday music, a giant Santa inflatable, and snow blowers help to set
The Motor Trend International Auto Show – Las Vegas in Las Vegas features cars from the entire automotive spectrum—classics and new models from major manufacturers, exotic vehicles, and more. Toodle about in vehicles from General Motors, Toyota and Hyundai; check out a variety of adrenaline-fueled exotics.
Canada's Classical Theatre Project shatters modern preconceptions about the dryness of Shakespeare by infusing the romantic tragedy of Romeo and Juliet with a potency and youthful electricity that snuffs reluctance in the Bard-averse. On an inventive chalk-circle set, the Toronto players whisk viewers to an Elizabethan marketplace in the 16th century, engaging the imagination without relying on cumbersome stage props. Hearts melt as Romeo, the Montague, and Juliet, the Capulet, fall in love against the odds, sweeping the audience along on their way to ghost prom. Shakespeare’s colloquies come naturally from the mouths of the virile acting talents, who translate the text for this generation’s ears without changing a word. Classical Theatre Project's rendition of Romeo and Juliet, intended for ages 11 and older, treats Shakespeare's tragedy like a rock concert, except with better enunciation and a higher mortality rate. A surviving artifact established in 1890, the historic and lovingly restored Orpheum Theatre adds majesty to the performance with its brocade draperies and crystal chandeliers.
A magnet for a wealth of entertainment, the Cannon Center for the Performing Arts’ modern facility looks as impressive as the roster of guests that performs on its gargantuan stage. Its multistory, glass-ensconced exterior grants visitors full glimpses into the glowing lobby. Once inside, event-goers can head into the venue’s 2,100-seat auditorium, where crisp acoustics allow them to completely appreciate musicians’ notes, actors’ lines, and the bell ring of the friendly hunchback who lives in the rafters.