Jack W. Griffith takes his students and expertise to local gun ranges.
Handgun rentals are available for students who don't have their own firearm of at least .32 caliber.
Jack W. Griffith isn't new to handguns—or their training, for that matter. When not working as a personal protection officer, Griffith teaches others about handguns. He has been a concealed-handgun instructor since 1995.
Dickey’s Barbecue Pit has smoked beef brisket in-house nearly every night since 1941, painting each morsel with a tangy house-made sauce. Pulled pork, turkey breast, and polish sausage round out the menu, which fills up diners with meals that are heartier than a burrito wrapped in Paul Bunyan’s plaid shirt. Boxed lunches and catered buffets brim with homestyle sides such as coleslaw, mac 'n' cheese, and jalapeño beans. Once the last pickle has crunched and each finger has been licked, guests can enjoy one of the restaurant’s most cherished traditions: fresh ice cream, on the house.
In 1956, the owners of Cedar Hill Roller Rink stuck a sky-blue sign on the edge of Main Street. With only the word "Skating" displayed in retro block lettering, the sign called out to travelers, urging them to stop inside for classic four-wheeled entertainment. Today, the rink's hardwood surface provides smooth gliding after five decades upkeep, upbeat music, and upstanding gentlemen who know how to ask a gal to dance despite having untimely sweaty palms.
Starchies Cleaners’ friendly staff keeps frocks and other festoonery spick-and-span with a spread of scrubbing services. Choose to de-stain sullied garments, such as men’s sweaters ($3.49), women’s dresses ($3.99), or long lab coats with Bunsen-burner-shaped stains ($5.75). Besides bestowing clothing with a refreshingly crisp appearance, Starchies also tends to household dresswear, including queen comforters ($24.99) and bed shams ($3.25). For an additional $3.99 fee, orders of more than $15 can be delivered to a busy customer or clothed inanimate object.