Modeling, the way it should be.
Authentic, historically accurate model kits manufactured from noble materials have been the focus of Model Expo products for over 30 years. It is why we remain fundamentally committed to our vision – helping man to escape as well as engage with others through hobbies and modeling.
Lots of parents can probably picture one favorite outfit that their kid would wear everyday if they could. Now imagine how much more kids would love that outfit if they had made it themselves. That's the idea behind C By Me Creative Art Studio, a space that lets kids play fashion designer and embellish their own clothes, hats, and accessories. Kids pick a design theme that can range from rock-star glam to superheroes, then they bring those designs to life with stamps, stencils, paint, rhinestones, and magic wands. Parents can bring their kids by for individual sessions, or book a private party. C By Me even offers summer camps that entertain kids with different crafts each day.
The characters in Barbara Fox's original shows literally spring to life off the page, just in time to be murdered. Whether held as a public performance or commissioned for a private show, Mystery On The Menu productions challenge audience members to take a hands-on approach to solving the crime. And they should take an interest in the investigation?after all, they might be the culprit and not even know it. Attendees will be given lines to read, and must take on the responsibility of piecing together clues, interrogating fellow party members, and polygraph-testing the tablecloth themselves. Each interactive play ends with the apprehension of an unsuspecting guest, who remains unaware of their character's murderous truth until the fictional cuffs latch.
Once Upon a Quilt empowers needle wielders with quilting, knitting, and crocheting classes and a stock of more than 2,500 bolts of fabric from brands such as Amy Butler and Hoffman Batiks. Students in the seven-week Beginning Quilting class cut their quilting teeth on a pattern specially designed for first-timers ($100), while the Writers Block Quilt guides more experienced needles to stitch a two-color quilt ($35). Alternately, develop crocheting skills in Crochet 101 for later use crafting hats or breaking world records with 20-ton hacky sacks ($35).
For more than 38 years, ACE Educational has equipped families with the engaging toys and games they need to bolster students' knowledge of the world. During the holiday season they have two showrooms filled with educational fun hoilday gifts with more than 2,000 newly added seasonal items in addition to their regularly stocked unique inventory. When not in class reading their school-provided textbooks, workbooks, and self-help books overcoming a fear of pencils, kids can continue to strengthen their thinking muscles with educational toys including interactive science kits, coloring books, and puzzles. Classic block sets encourage budding builders to turn imagined structures into reality, and instruments ranging from triangles to maracas unlock hidden musical talent.
If ever there was a dash of awkwardness in visiting an adult entertainment store, Hustler Hollywood has all but erased it. Theresa Flynt—daughter to Larry Flynt, creator of the Hustler empire—came up with the concept in the late 1990s. She envisioned a place that not only sold adult-themed products, but celebrated them. So in 1998, she established the first location on historic Sunset Blvd. Since then, Hustler Hollywood has expanded across the country, opening both urban and interstate locations that are just as bright, airy, and relaxed as the first. The chain has certainly turned heads throughout the adult entertainment industry, as well as in pop culture. Hustler Hollywood has twice won the Retail Store Chain of the Year from XBIZ, and has even appeared in such popular television series as Entourage and Sex and the City.