Ghosts of DFW peels back the dusty corners of downtown Dallas, Deep Ellum, and the Fort Worth stockyards to reveal each area's haunted underbelly. In addition to seeing paranormal evidence unfold before them, tour groups utilize special Nightshow technology to hear EVPs (electronic voice phenomenons) happening nearby. Each tour includes photos and stories to further back the creepy claims.
Lyncca Harvey Photography is owned and operated with Lyncca as the main photographer, who is present at every session or event. She may also be accompanied by lighting assistants or other professional photographers to ensure full coverage of your event. Lyncca enjoys taking portraits of families, children, newborns, pets,
After reclining across the massage table for more than 30 years as a client, Angela Lopez realized the difference a quality massage therapist could make. So, she embarked on the journey of opening her own spa by hiring the best therapists she could find. Angela and her team of ?angels? at An Angel?s Touch Therapeutic Massage were voted in the top three for Best Massage in the DFW metroplex in 2010 and 2011, and tops in Fort Worth, according to CityVoter. Within their relaxation oasis, the team dissipates stress and assuages muscle aches with massage treatments that range from long, fluid Swedish strokes to deep-tissue kneads, and they take relaxation a step further with indulgent add-ons such as aromatherapy.
Four charming rooms set the scene for massages at An Angel's Touch, and each one is infiltrated by the soothing scent of glass aroma lamps and calming music, as well as new massage tables with heaters and wider widths for a more comfortable experience. In the tradition-inspired room, crisp white walls wrap around the massage table draped with a soft blanket, and a second room takes on an Asian motif, complete with garden-green hues and natural-wood accents. The European-influenced room assumes a regal stance, with deep-purple textiles draping over the massage table and the windows. The new Tuscan-inspired room features beige hues adorned with a column and grapes motif. After their treatments, clients can slowly work their way back into real life with a bite of complimentary chocolate.
It's not uncommon for vision problems to run in the family. That's why the amicable optometrists at Premier Eye Care tailor their practice to suit the whole clan, from grandparents to kids as young as six months old. That may seem like a wide age range, especially on the younger side of the spectrum, but it makes sense in light of one of their core tenets: early detection. They use state of the art machines, such high-definition digital retinal cameras, to seek out and correct any ocular maladies before they worsen. They can also use this cutting-edge technology for more advanced procedures, such as visual field testing and corneal topography that ensures there aren't any vision-impairing apples growing in there.
Once exams are complete, patients can wander the sleek, hardwood-floored space to try on stylish frames or talk about the possibility of contact lenses with a professional. The walls are lined with a slew of designer brands, including Versace, Prada, Oakley, and Gucci.
Cross Your Heart Cupcakes' bakers forge fresh confections daily with real eggs, whole-sweet-cream butter, and from-scratch icing. They craft personalized cakes for all occasions, decorating round or square double-layer cakes with fresh fruit, frosting, fondant, and specialty fillings. The customized cakes, which measure 6 inches–14 inches, magically shrink down to form cake pops, cakeballs, cupcakes, and soundproofing for pixies.