Founded in 2004 by Jim and Larise Lynch Memories to Treasure Limousine was founded to set the standard in professional chauffeured transportation in the Central Texas Area. This Groupon will be enough for 2 hours in our Chrysler 300 10 Passenger Limousine or 3 Hours in one of our Lincoln Town Car Sedans.
Mobile Phone Geeks's technology whisperers repair phone screens crippled by accidents and environmental damage and turn them into like-new picture purveyors. After patrons drop off gadgets or mail them to the rehabilitation shop, phone patchers seal screen cracks, massage ink blots from their LCD surfaces, and fix water damage on phones left to boil too long. Each repair comes with a 30-day warranty. For Apple’s latest tablets, gizmo healers shun rehabilitation in favor of replacement and re-outfit book-sized supercomputers with brand-new screens. Patrons can also fix phones plagued by hardware problems freezing, keypad failure, and autotext set to Wingdings.
This deal is good for any four- or five-course class that is regularly priced at $50. Upcoming gastronomic jam sessions with you and a gourmandizing guru include a May 4 summer seasonal themed class from chef RC Lumpkin—where you'll master roasted garlic soup, pan-sautéed haricot vert, and grilled peaches with honey—as well as an all-Asian delight kapow-wow with Dorothy Huang, who will help you master the intricacies of chicken and coconut-milk soup, sweet and sour shrimp, and three-mushroom lo mein. Of course, you get to eat everything you make, so be sure to bring your own wine or equally classy Capri Sun to Hollandaze Gourmet.
Central Texas PowerSports, once only a motorcycle stronghold, extended its biwheeled expertise to the realm of bicycles and accessories from Continental, Maxxis, Pearl Izumi, and Specialized. Parts gone askew, rusty, or overly conversational get straightened out during a tune-up. In addition to a complete check-over, PowerSports bicycle gurus true wobbly wheels and adjust brakes and derailleurs to keep riders happily shifting. A full cleaning and drive-train greasing leave the vehicle shiny and soundless.
Book Pride packs its two floors of stacks with more than 100,000 titles, exercising reading muscles with gently used nonfiction, novels, and kids' books, all marked at least half off the cover price. Wander through the main floor to view adult genres such as history, cooking, classics, mysteries, romance, and property-tax law, then meander upstairs to speed read the more than 25,000 children's and young-adult titles on display alongside toys and a stage. Page turners can pick up a paperback copy of The Secret Soldier by Alex Berenson ($5), nab a newly released hardcover edition of Treachery in Death by J.D. Robb ($13.50), or encourage a school-aged reader with the popular Dork Diaries by Rachel Renee Russell ($5.25).
The Escape’s bright store bustles with colorful, handmade crafts, a treasure trove of gifts, and delightful home accents. Showcasing the handiwork of more than 500 artists and craftsmen, The Escape curates a rotating store packed with gifts under $25, such as a charming giraffe backpack ($21). Knickknacks vie for attention on the densely decorated shelves, eager to brighten up any kitchen or outdoor space with sun catchers, stone coasters, and dishwashing garden gnomes. Or give the gift of light with a cranberry Esque candle ($21), a lightly scented present for loved ones or a passive-aggressive message for smelly roommates.