Singer-songwriter Pat Green takes his winning mesh of rocking country music back on the road, fortifying his army of fans while spreading Texas pride across the land on his current tour. From massive hits such as “Wave on Wave” through his surplus of honky-tonk heartbreakers and keg-juggling anthems, Pat rides a brakeless gravy train fueled by a strange talent called “talent” and the storytelling skills of a straight-shooting Aesop. The Rally on the Ravine concert celebrates a football rivalry between the Ouachita Baptist Tigers and the Henderson State Reddies, who will be clashing on the gridiron across Highway 67 before the show (football tickets are not included with this Groupon).
A Mother's Touch, LLC bundles newborns and youngsters up to age six in vibrant costumes and darling outfits from designer brands. As parents cobble together wardrobes from items such as a pink Posh tutu dress ($42.95) or a woolen knit cap ($24.95), tots can frolic, check their play-phone voicemail, or pen the foreword to their memoir in a kid's play area. Suit up juvenile gentlemen in a flannel button-up shirt ($48) and Wonderboy pants ($54), before topping the ensemble off with a DMO baby tie ($19). With youth-friendly art, décor, and accessories, guardians can also deck out little ones' bedrooms or spaces. A Steve Joseph-Backpack ($24.95) bears schoolbooks, pencils, and Rolodexes stocked with cards from important business contacts.
The iDoctors’ helpful customer service staff and Apple-certified technicians repair injured iPods, iPads, iPhones, and Macs, and gussy up naked gadgets with a stock of device-enhancing accessories. Each member of the repair shop’s gadget-tenders goes through Apple’s rigorous training curriculum of diagnosing symptoms, properly opening and replacing equipment, and crafting emergency hard drives from recycled OS disks or disused childhood memories. The technicians’ skills go beyond diagnosing computing machines, and staff members root out computer problems on dead systems as well. Online customer service reps answer curious customers’ questions.
Designed in a collaborative effort between PGA Tour pro and 1992 Masters champion Fred Couples and renowned course architect Gene Bates, The Golf Club at StoneBridge’s 18-hole, par 72 course careens through 6,954 yards of towering oaks, small lakes, and scenic wetlands. Twosomes can begin the day by testing their mettle and irons at the club’s driving range, where practice balls willfully turn themselves into ballistic agents in the war on errant swings and caddies who suggest wearing argyle with plaid. With water hazards coming in play on 15 holes, players must be judicious in their course management and precise in their club selection, lest they pay fealty to the subaquatic despots with a one-stroke penalty. After the round, golfers can settle stymied competitions with a sandwich-eating competition or a contest to see who can more quickly transform their draft beer into a serviceable ball washer.
Oasis Salon and Spa's mane masters cultivate shinier coiffures with a Brazilian Blowout Zero treatment within a tranquil beauty house boasting beige walls and wood floors. During the 90-minute process, this plant-based bonding system seals hair with a protective protein layer, transforming it into more manageable head shrubbery that's quicker to blow-dry, easier to curl, and less accommodating to eagles looking for a place to hatch their young. After a post-treatment aftercare shampoo, clients can choose to leave their hair curly or have a seasoned stylist straighten it.
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