On Saturday evenings, the magicians and mentalists of Rogue Magic and Funshop give audiences goosebumps. They manipulate cards and read minds, interspersing illusions with humor. Throughout each two-hour show, three or four entertainers typically take the stage. They each possess a different specialty, whether it's breathing fire, juggling, or pulling Peter Rabbit out of a hat. By day, these magic specialists oversee the Funshop and give lessons to aspiring Houdinis.
From the collections of more than 21 different design houses, Indigo Optical Inc. curates a dazzling array of frames. Fashionable and functional selections from D&G, Fendi, and Guess are neatly arranged in glass cases, waiting to be fitted with lenses prescribed from onsite eye exams.
Subdivision's space encapsulates both an independent designer boutique and an art gallery, creating a frappe of artistic talent and expression that splatters layers of creativity over the clothing and huge pieces of fashion across the art. Snag a chunk with locally designed T-shirts by Ciara Eland and Ayka Ayka ($28–$48) or handmade sterling silver earrings by Victoria Stevens ($40–$80), which are imported from the faraway island of Manhattan. To decorate and ameliorate leg endings, there are flip-flops in a range of designs ($25) and organic Twinkle Toes foot repair crème by Anthesis of Astoria (8 ounces, $24). The Dani Starr line of kids clothes ($36–$48) and baby onesies ($26–$32) swaddles babies, children, or Chucky in swaddles of pure inspiration.
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Golden Oldies' flagship store measures almost an entire city block and is crammed with wood furnishings, chandeliers, and antique clocks. With more than 30 years of experience, Golden Oldies' antique appraisers take their time when selecting their inventory, focusing on the details, intricacies, and secret candy caches lurking inside each piece. Decorate dining rooms with a rich and regal country-french oak table ($1,200), or show off fine china and sippy cups with a curved english mahogany glass cabinet ($14,000). The Golden Oldies blog showcases the stars of its constantly changing inventory; recently acquired treasures have included pine hutches, danish mid-century cabinets, and a variety of dining-room-ready tables fashioned out of mahogany, rosewood, French oak, and popsicle sticks.