The professionally trained music instructor behind My Music School teaches children aged 6–17 to play guitar, bass, violin, and ukelele during semiprivate weekly classes. The classes are social, giving students the opportunity to make friends as they hone their skills. Students might even gain some unexpected math knowledge, which they can put to use when counting the number of frets on their dad's vintage air guitar. Students of all ages and ability levels can also opt for private lessons.
Like the four bearded alchemists who adorn their bottle labels, the four brewers at Craft Brewing Company turn their arcane skills toward fermenting magical potions. The welcome center in their workshop is spare, retaining its industrial-warehouse vibe save for a winding bar with kegs for barstools. Visitors may find themselves popping the caps on mystical brews such as the Raven stout, a Poe-inspired concoction with oatmeal and vanilla, or the Four Headed hefeweizen, based on the tale of Cerberus standing next to a one-headed dog.
Classic Boudoir Photography's seasoned image preservationist Ella Diumea captures clients from alluring angles and immortalizes provocative poses during private, professional shoots. Customers can scour their wardrobe for their favorite lingerie, corset, or sexy shark costume before scheming up ideas in an initial personal-consultation session with the photographer for some phototherapy. Sip on complimentary champagne in the intimate household studio before masquerading for 30 minutes of flashing lights while the experienced boudoir artist directs and demonstrates poses that best flatter figures. After the shoot, clients can peruse a private, password-protected online gallery to pick out their five favored photos. Customers receive five digitally retouched images in digital format with printable resolution within the following three weeks, which they can print at their leisure to distribute to friends or significant others as Christmas, Valentine's Day, or everyday gifts or to spice up the rare uneventful Arbor Day. Classic Boudoir Photography printing costs an additional fee based on different printing options.
Wine is more than a business for Yvette and Nate Peo, the husband-and-wife founders of Vino Paraiso—it's an essential part of life, conducive to relaxing and socializing. They help others enjoy wine through clubs that cater to all types of wine drinkers, from beginners seeking direction to connoisseurs interested in special varietals. Personally selecting each wine they showcase, they typically highlight its provenance by sharing the stories of the farmers and winemakers behind it. The bottles of wine are conveniently shipped directly to subscribers, allowing them to expand their palates from the comfort of home.
At Trampoline Cageball & Climbing Gym, visitors build strength, endurance, and awareness while participating in contact-free competition on several obstacle courses and inside innovative sports arenas. The facility's namesake, trampoline cageball, places participants in a one-on-one contest on an enclosed, Olympic-size trampoline. Players can reach heights up to 14 feet in the air while attempting to toss a 20-ounce palmable ball into the opponent's hoop, in a game that unifies the basic concepts of basketball, volleyball, and moon ballet.
In addition to burning calories and strengthening vestigial wings, visitors exercise total body musculature on obstacle courses such as the Ninja Warrior. Ninja Warrior challenges participants with varying routes on a 17-foot climbing wall and a ladder that requires significant upper body strength and a desire to impress potential mates in order to finish. Trampoline Cageball & Climbing Gym also provides free weights, slack lines, and climbing ropes.
The shelves inside Sarah's Sassy Boutique blossom with trendy wearables from casual to formal. Keep bare appendages warm with the buttonless gray cardigan ($18.50), or showcase sleek, chiseled elbows with the brown-striped T-shirt ($17). Leopard-print yoga pants ($26) add a realistic touch to cat poses, and the vibrant pink sleeveless dress with lace appliqués and feminine ruffles ($18) provides a monochromic backdrop for leopard bronze cuffs ($9) or the shimmering sequined handbag ($22). Pintsize patrons can peruse the toddlers' section that boasts zebra-print booties with delicate rose accents ($11.50) and glistening butterfly wings ($7.50) for dress-up days or field trips to the tax attorney's office.