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  • Touch of Indigo Massage Therapy
    Before opening Touch of Indigo Massage Therapy, Mackenzie honed her craft during 750 hours of training. Since then, she's continued to fine-tune those skills through continuing-education courses as well as tirelessly trying to grow a third arm. Mackenzie is proficient in multiple types of treatment: she dissolves tension with Swedish strokes, undoes knots with deep-tissue kneads, and pampers hands and feet with salt or sugar scrubs. As a postpartum doula and mother of three, she also takes a special interest in assuaging childbearing aches with prenatal and postnatal massages.
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    1324 S Park Street, Suite 1
    Kalamazoo, MI US
  • Grand Valley Dental Care
    Dr. Carmy Michael tends to teeth of all types and sizes. Adults come into the office with chompers that are crooked, chipped, or filed into the shape of washed-up boy-band anagrams, and Dr. Michael uses implants, dentures, and crowns to restore smiles. Additionally, children as young as 4 years visit Dr. Michael for their first cleaning and a pep talk on proper oral hygiene.
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    1141 S Rose St
    Kalamazoo, MI US
  • Caricatures by Gene
    I am a caricature artist, performing as a quick sketch artist for events and parties and as a commission artist for awards or gifts of recognition and appreciation.
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    2512 Outlook Street
    Kalamazoo, MI US
  • For the Art
    As scrapbook specialists with an enormous rubber-stamp collection, For The Art’s proprietors bedeck card makers, collage artists, and scrapbookers with the supplies needed to create ink-and-paper masterpieces. A huge color variety of Glimmer Mist art ink sprays ($6) equips novice spray-and-prayers with artistic ammunition. Clear stamp sets ($10–$15) and alcohol inks in colors such as butterscotch and rust ($3.30) let mail-meddlers personalize their letters without filling them with nail clippings. Paints ($5), brushes, and embellishments by Tim Holtz ($2–$6) give scrappers plenty of creative fuel to power their memory books. A gallery showcasing works by artists-in-residence and other local craftspeople inspires with ideas for projects, such as paper flowers, board books, and cutout kittens made from Fancy Feast receipts.
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    210 Lake St
    Kalamazoo, MI US
  • Framemaker
    The Frame Maker's expert picture preservers have more than 73 years of cumulative experience preserving artwork and collectibles in creative, custom frames. Immortalize precious moments and important judicial decisions with traditional framing, or showcase bulkier memories in a custom shadowbox frame. The professional framers can bring out the best in any painting, picture, or commemorative item with their wide selection of sizing options and treatments, ranging from the poster-perfect 18"x24" ($85) and the portrait-friendly 16"x20" ($115+) to the expansive 30"x40", perfect for a surrealist rendering of your first homecoming date ($225+). Pricing for framing includes the cost of the actual frame, matting, glass, and assembly labor.
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    434 S Burdick St
    Kalamazoo, MI US
  • Retro
    Retro decks out homes with a constantly revolving stock of mid-20th-century furniture, home accessories, artwork, and more. The storefront’s green padded chairs, wood coffee tables, and eye-catching lamps beckon would-be decorators to fill their dwelling’s empty spaces and extra-dimensional pockets with a range of distinctive pieces. Floral-print chairs and sofas may add a breezy garden feel to indoor living rooms, and high-backed, low-backed, and hairy-backed chairs furnish tired limbs with room to rest. Prices range from $4 to $600 depending on each item’s size, function, rarity level, and ability to engage in dinner party small talk.
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    240 S Kalamazoo Mall
    Kalamazoo, MI US
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