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It's a new decade, and the antiquated days of sitting still for endless hours of portraiture have been usurped by the immediacy of the camera. Today's side deal gets you a photo session, an airbrush makeover, and a 10x13 portrait printed on premium Pearlized Portraits paper from Glamour Shots for $19 (a $119 total value). With three locations to choose from—in Kennesaw, Douglasville, and Buford—you can conveniently schedule an appointment to permanentize your countenance or the collective visage of your family through sturdy and durable photography.
Professional photography offers experience and guidance, which means your pictures won't have any elbows poking out the corner of the frame. Glamour Shots' expert capturers lead the photo session while sharing directorial power with their subject. Bring your own colorful outfits (two to three) and communicate with your photographer so he or she can help you execute your vision. You're even welcome to commemorate a moment or activity in your life by bringing props, such as the newspaper featuring your victory at the Jam Recipe Throwdown or an unripe banana wrapped in lettuce. Plus, the pre-shot makeover is included ($20 value), so your airbrush kit can stay at home. The fruits of your modeling will be your choice of a fantastic 10x13 shot ($69 value) that's printed on premium pearly paper ($30 value). It will make a wonderful addition to any mantle, windowsill, or birthday cake.
The customers in Atlanta are too busy auditioning for the next season of America's Next Top Model to review Glamour Shots, but some Citysearchers in other states found a few minutes to sing its praises:
- Although I was skeptical at first…I decided to go in, not opt for the airbrushing, and just take professional looking photos for my business. Not only was it EXTREMELY FUN, but the results were absolutely amazing!!! By no means would I ever consider myself an attractive man…but when I got my photos, I felt attractive. I felt good about myself. The staff was very professional, very fun, very good at what they do. – businessboy, Citysearch San Diego
- Taking my daughter to this place for her Pictures was the best choice we could had made…I was pleased with the outcomes, the personal there is so helpful and kind they dress her up did the hair…they just new exactly what to do. – pncho33, Citysearch Los Angeles
When they're not running their family farm and four farmers markets, brothers Harold and Louis DeLucia are making one Christmas tradition more sustainable and convenient for New Yorkers. They've curated an online ordering hub for lush Fraser firs, all of which are grown locally by environmentally friendly Christmas-tree farms. But the DeLucias don't just sell them?every tree order includes installation, a tree stand, and delivery for residents of Manhattan, Queens, and Brooklyn. The delivery men and women even make last-minute trimmings and sweep away fallen needles and wayward elves to ensure the tree fits the space. After the Christmas season, the farmers head back to the fields, planting two or three new trees for every one harvested.
With an ever-changing stock of classic and contemporary jewelry, Six showcases thousands of fashionable accessories for both women and men. Purses, hair clips, and iPhone cases fill the shelves, and additional items are sold online. Stores are located around the world, drawing inspiration from from cultures and trends, even showcasing the latest fashions in its Look of the Week.
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From the outside, it's a humble former school?but step through the century-old structure's doors, and you'll find an always-changing exhibition spotlighting some of today's leading creators of visual art. MoMA PS1 is among the oldest and largest nonprofit contemporary art institutions in the United States, and it's been championing the newest works, artists, genres, and pronunciations of "gouache" since its founding in 1971.
While a shifting kaleidoscope of paintings, photographs, films, and sculptures fills the halls, a few pieces have found a more permanent home at the museum. Visitors can stop by to see works such as A bit of matter and a little bit more, which Lawrence Weiner painted on the doors at PS1's first exhibition; William Kentridge's Stair Procession, which has been waiting for the elevator since 2000; and In the Woods by Ernesto Caivano, an immersive landscape created from paint and paper.
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.