Founded 106 years ago just after the invention of clothing, Sam Meyers Dry Cleaning and Laundry cleans clothing to rid garments of ground-in grime. Detail-oriented dry cleaners strike out stubborn stains from skirts ($7.80) and sweaters ($7.41) with the diligence of a lab chemist and the gentle touch of a newborn porpoise swaddled in cashmere. Use today's deal to look dapper in spotless sport coats ($7.41) and spick-and-span two-piece suits ($13.57). Sam Meyers also offers cleaning services for Uggs and other winter boots to erase evidence of slush-puddle jumping and winter salt-ball fights.
Specializing in senior portraits, engagements, and family photos, Kelly Rockhold Photography snaps professional shots of even the most photophobic customers, successfully recording proof of life before it flees into the past. Families or individuals can choose their own modeling spots (an urban, historic downtown, or a park location) and bend, contort, and jimmy-jam their bodies into as many poses as they can fit into the 60-minute session. In addition to the prints and CD of two digital photos, photo subjects will skip away with e-shareable web-sized photos (400x600 pixels) tagged with Kelly Rockhold Photography's watermark to ensure the photos aren't used in airline safety brochures without consent. This Groupon also gives customers a 25% discount on all additional print orders of more than $100. Call ahead to schedule an appointment.
High-definition husband-and-wife duo Drake and Danielle Hatfield produce professional-grade multimedia memories for all kinds of occasions. Whether you want to document your jazz-fusion band's debut jam, immortalize an immaculate wedding, or artfully capture two hours of your cat trying to untie a sailor's knot, Hatfield Media will produce and format a professional, multicamera video complete with immersive multitrack audio. Events are captured exclusively in high definition by top-quality 3CCD cameras for total visual recall before being edited and safely delivered to your hands or the hands of your overseas distributer.
Kentucky Opera was founded in 1952 by Moritz von Bomhard and was designated the State Opera of Kentucky in 1982. In the 2009, Kentucky Opera made the intimate Brown Theatre its permanent home and produces three professional operas each season.
Audiences enjoy cultural euphony amid the Spanish baroque themes of the Louisville Palace. In the lobby, a vaulted ceiling sculpted with historical faces looms above columns that swirl with flashes of cobalt and crimson. Once inside, patrons can marvel at the deep-scarlet proscenium or pull out their collapsible telescopes to gaze at the simulated night sky above.
Ear’s What’s Poppin’ pops tasty kernels to perfection using locally grown, non-genetically-modified corn. Skilled crop converters expertly burst batches of gourmet popcorn ($4/small, $7/large) in an oversized kettle while welcoming customers to snack on sea-salted samples or use them to practice hook shots into the mouths of passersby. Ear’s What’s Poppin’s kettle corn contains no trans fat, no preservatives, and no cholesterol, making it a more healthful alternative to its buttered brethren.