The stylists at Glo Salon are always happy to help clients transform their looks, whether that's in the form of a simple haircut or a dramatic pop of color. Owner Tracy Palmer leads the group, which offers cut, color, and styling services that utilize professional products from Kevin.Murphy and Sexy Hair. She and her crew also perform Keratin Complex hair-smoothing treatments, which can eliminate up to 95% of frizz for three to five months. Meanwhile, the Babe hair extensions—100% human-hair extensions—come in 25 colors and can be curled, flat-ironed, and used to store post-it-note reminders, just like your natural hair.
We offer of European wooden toys, baby toys, educational toys, lunch bags, baby gear, strollers and modern children's furniture. Great for gifts that are unique and original. We have the largest selection of high end strollers in Madison. In addition to diaper bags, feeding and baby care. Free giftwrap in store.
A college soccer star, Keva Sports Center CEO Eric Fritz knew he wanted to incorporate his passion into his business. Now, 12 years later, Keva Sports Center has grown from 70,000 square feet to more than 130,000 and draws more than 350,000 people to its indoor and outdoor turf fields per year. Pride is won among adults on volleyball and basketball courts, while the kids bounce on inflatables. The word "Keva" is a Native American term referring to a meeting place, and Mr. Fritz and his staff strive to be a gathering place for the community, hosting Sober Saturdays to promote clean fun for area middle-schoolers and teens.
Each month, a glossy new issue of Madison Magazine arrives in the mailboxes of readers, sharing local stories and events such as a profile of a local band instructor or an upcoming ballet folklórico performance. For nearly 35 years, the award-winning publication has filled pages with articles and photographs showcasing the Madison area’s restaurants, businesses, and cultural life. The arts and entertainment section highlights events such as the Madison World Music Festival, and food and dining articles explore new barbecue spots and share recipes that highlight local and seasonal ingredients. In addition to regularly reserving space for subjects such as health and habitat, the magazine turns out once-a-year creations, such as an annual food lover's issue and a Best of Madison Readers’ Poll that directs readers toward comfortable coffeehouses and talented theater companies.
Each day presents a new challenge to Mathew Levin. He could be installing new brake pads, diagnosing a mysterious engine rattle, or fixing faulty wiring. The combination of mechanical prowess and electronic expertise is what drew Mathew to auto repair in the first place—that and a lifelong love of cars.
Growing up in a small town taught Mathew the value of a spotless reputation, and he couldn't stand to see garages treat customers dishonestly or watch dealership salesmen delivery faulty advice. After becoming an ASE-certified Master mechanic, Mathew founded Integrity Automotive Service on the principle of honesty. Mathew supervises his team of two mechanics, though he takes it upon himself to deal with every customer directly. He'll frequently offer to test drive vehicles for free to make an accurate diagnosis and make sure he explains exactly why each repair is needed before completing it. Mathew's thoughtful, honest approach to car repair has ensured him a steady stream of repeat customers and cars that wag their exhaust pipes when they see him.
Spread out across 16 acres, the award-winning outdoor displays at Olbrich Botanical Gardens showcase both Midwest-hardy plants and floras native to the world's tropical forests. Water lilies and dragonflies occupy the Perennial Garden's 200-foot stream, whereas a boardwalk snakes through the Rain Garden's flood-tolerant plants. Elsewhere, guests can marvel at the pavilion in the Thai Garden, which nine Thai artisans reassembled after it traveled to Olbrich by sea and rail for seven weeks.
Inside the Bolz Conservatory's 50-foot-high glass pyramid, temperatures kept at between 65 and 95 degrees Fahrenheit maintain a steamy atmosphere for more than 640 tropical plants, a waterfall, and free-flying birds. Along with its plentitude of plants, Olbrich Botanical Gardens hosts a range of classes and events, which include concerts, botanical-themed art exhibits, and the annual Blooming Butterflies exhibit.