Norman Zapien values his passport as much as his scissors. His hairstyling acumen has taken him across the world, including to New York City, where he served as education director for Paul Mitchell; to London, where he taught at Vidal Sassoon; and to Beverly Hills, where he owned his own salon. Between his travels, he's found time to appear as a guest artist on CNN and E!'s Fashion Emergency. Norman's latest stop on his ascension through the industry is Zapien's Salon, where he continues to fashion cutting-edge styles with a team that supports his high standards for artistry and technique.
Norman's tiered stylists, colorists, and cosmetologists help redefine clients' images with an eye for style and a knack for their craft. Fresh haircuts receive a boost from shadowy lowlights or balayage highlights, and frizzy or damaged locks find new shine with Juvexin hair-smoothing treatments. Stylists also make sure their work looks good in between visits: clients get lessons on how to style their new haircuts six different ways and receive complimentary neck and bang trims until their next cut. Meanwhile, aesthetic experts offer facials, makeup, and waxing services for individuals and bridal parties trying to out-glamorize the wedding cake.
Welcome to the Americas Best Value Inn of Milledgeville located in the heart of central Georgia along the Georgias historical antebellum and civil war trails. We are conveniently situated 1 mile from the Georgia Military College at Fort Gordon and 3 1/2 miles from Georgia College and State University. Our property provides 60 beautiful/ recently remodeled guest rooms that come equipped with HBO/ internet access/ hairdryer/ iron and ironing board/ free local calls/ AM/FM clock radio/ mini fridge/ workstation desk and more. A guest laundry facility/ meeting space are all located on premises. Free Continental Breakfast included. Come relax and enjoy the value at the Americas Best Value Inn of Milledgeville. Pets are allowed charges and restrictions apply.
Depending on the surface type, we will apply the correct combination of cleaners, elbow grease and water pressure to remove the effects of our environment without damaging the underlying surface - fast, efficiently, safely and professionally.
Board-certified physician Dr. Gater believes that the sure-fire path to health is not prescription medications, but good nutrition and a healthy lifestyle. “If I could,” says Dr. Gater on her bio, “I’d love to hand a patient running shoes and a tasty plate of vegetables instead of constantly scribbling out prescriptions.” That’s why her weight-loss programs focus on the whole person, providing not only meal recommendations and supplements but also regular coaching in order to instill participants with self-help skills and good eating and exercise habits. With the right lifestyle changes, Dr. Gater believes that the body can transform itself for the better. AdvoCare’s 24-day challenges are tailored to all lifestyles and health issues, from office workers with flagging energy to athletes looking for a boost in performance. Dr. Gater also specializes in aesthetic treatments, such as radiofrequency skin tightening and cellulite reduction, along with primary and urgent medical care.
As the head winemaker at Courson's Winery, Beau Courson puts more than 20 years of experience to good use while he crafts Southern-style muscadine, scuppernong, and fruit wines. Visitors can head to the tasting room to sip samples and purchase bottles of their favorite wine, or browse supplies for making wine at home. Aside from vino, the winery also keeps its shelves stocked with jellies, salsas, hot sauces, and gift baskets.
The menu at Aubri Lane's bursts with southern cuisine crafted with fresh, organic vegetables and choice cuts of meat and seafood. Garnish lackluster forks with crispy calamari ($9), or ensnare a rowdy order of Hot Damn shrimp ($7) by promising it that your stomach has cable. Aubri Lane's also serves a savory selection of southern favorites, including pecan-crusted Carolina trout ($18) and jerk-crusted pork loin ($16) flanking buttery sides such as collard greens, cheddar grits, and chive smashed potatoes ($3 each). A saccharine slice of homemade white-chocolate bread pudding topped with bananas foster and vanilla ice cream ($7) adds sweet satisfaction to any meal, while the crème brûlée ($6) appeases jaded taste buds with a fresh flavor each week. First used in 1884 by the Milledgeville Banking Company, the building maintains its original hammered tin ceiling and vault, both of which appear on the National Registry List even though all the party-loving ghosts have since been evicted.