Spotlight Theatres screens enrapture audiences with first-run movies. In each movie house, digital sounds and visual projections of fresh Hollywood films alight inner emotions of audiences resting in plush, high-backed stadium seats—each outfitted with a coin-operated mustache comb—or thrown directly into the action through 3-D technology. As eyes and ears relish motion-picture pursuits, soda, candy, and bounties of salty, crunchy popcorn emerge from the concession stand to occupy chatty mouths or catapult towards the screen to feed the hungry actors.
Throughout its history that spans more than 90 years, RadioShack has established itself as a leading retailer. Across its 5,000 stores in 26 countries, their 27,000 knowledgeable associates connect consumers with personalized solutions in the latest electronics. With a selection of leading national and industry-leading private brands, customers can shop for mobile devices, headphones, speakers, smart toys, DIY supplies, connected home products, power accessories, and home entertainment at any store, or online at www.radioshack.com.
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.
With a PhD in nursing from the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee, registered nurse Carol Dean Baker understands that wellness involves more than getting a physical every year. That’s why, in addition to her nursing practice, she helms PureBalance, a yoga studio dedicated to building a health-oriented community.
The studio’s eclectic offerings range from Vinyasa sessions in an 85-degree room to basic Hatha classes focusing on breath work and meditation. Flexibility-enhancing sessions emphasize deep, slow stretches of major muscle groups, and condensed classes pack a full course’s punch into just 45 minutes without resorting to cheap time savers such as eliminating the exhalation portion of each breath.
As a daily repository of news and sports in the micro and macro for more than 185 years, The Telegraph keeps its finger on the pulse of local happenings to provide its readership with the widest scope of news possible. Divided into sections of news, sports, entertainment, opinion, and mashed potatoes, the pages are anchored down by words typed by inquisitive columnists, who include Will Rogers Humanitarian Award-winner Ed Grisamore among their number. Aside from the 50,000-strong list of paper subscribers, The Telegraph also attracts online-news seekers, who can find new stories and archives via an e-telegraph subscription.
The blossom connoisseurs at family-owned Lawrence Mayer Florist proffer a plethora of fresh-cut flowers from all over the world for a variety of bud-appropriate occasions. Buyers can browse the European-style market setting for feisty floral arrangements, such as the Garden Parade, teeming with pops of yellow, red, and purple and rife with roses, alstroemeria, chrysanthemums, and other flora ($42.95), or a bunch of sunny yellow tulips, corralled into a clear glass vase and cinched with a yellow bow ($34.95). The rose medley mixes Matsumoto asters and mini carnations with roses for a spirited bouquet of pink and white ($47.95).