Melanie Chindlund at Studio 811 specializes in haircuts for men, women, and children. She brandishes her scissors for simple cuts and styles or performs chemical work such as color applications, partial or full highlights, and lowlights. She enlivens strands against a colorful backdrop at Studio 811—one saturated with blue and off-white walls and decorated with flourishes such as plants and framed art.
Inside a converted bank, JOY helps customers look like a million bucks with clothes and accessories priced at considerably less than one million dollars. An array of designer labels (prices range from $50 to $80+), including BCBG, Laundry, Free People, and Michael Stars, brings a sleek, urban sophistication to small-town fashion palettes. Carefully selected handbags, shoes, and jewelry ensure that you find piquant accoutrements to match your fashion temperament.
For more than 26 years, the fitness experts at Push Pedal Pull have shared their knowledge with customers purchasing new and used muscle-pumping equipment. The staff happily equips exercisers with brawn-building devices for home, commercial, and hovercraft-based gyms, such as treadmills, ellipticals, and free weights from brands including Precor, Everlast, and Spri. Push Pedal Pull’s refurbished selection of used equipment from health clubs and commercial fitness facilities rotates regularly, stocking workout rooms for discounted prices. Manufacturer-certified equipment technicians repair malfunctioning equipment according to manufacturer standards and stock spare parts in the store to speed up repairs so customers can return to running, lifting, and astrally projecting as soon as possible.
A procession of blips and blinks marches through Planet X's arcade room. The noise and neon spills over and accents the facility's surroundings, where guests can zap their least favorite cousins during laser tag, release pent-up road rage in bumper cars, or just stand, flabbergasted by the number of activities available. Though interactive entertainment is its bread and butter, Planet X also features a sports lounge with flat-screen TVs, beer, wine, and views of the kitchen staff tossing pizzas by hand.