A professional musician in his own right, K.S. Media Services' Kyle Sanders got his start as a multimedia producer by cutting freelance projects to promote and showcase his own work. Soon, other entertainers began contacting him, seeking his help with Internet marketing, graphic design, album production, and video and photography projects. Once his versatile talent emerged, it became more of a full-time gig. In addition to his entertainment ventures, Kyle lends his skills to photo shoots of all types, available in the studio or on location.
At each Berry Berry Good Frozen Yogurt location, patrons stroll amid a colorful, modern-style décor as they ponder a rotating selection of 12 frozen yogurts. Fat-free, kosher, no-sugar-added, and low-sugar options come in traditional flavors such as Tahitian vanilla, peanut butter, and caramel as well as unconventional twists including mango cheesecake. At the toppings bar, they load up their yogurt bases with candies, sauces, and nuts before paying for each order by weight ($0.49/ounce).
The technicians at Complete Colon Care foster internal health with gentle hydrotherapy sessions. By irrigating entire colons with water, they can help to expel built-up waste, toxins, bacteria, and other contaminants from inside bodies without inducing movements with chemicals or laxatives. Other possible benefits include weight loss, improved muscles tone, and general improvement in overall health.
Unlike most flight-training schools that teach students how to fly planes, Easy Flight instructs clients on how to command open-air powered parachutes. These wheeled aircraft are equipped with a small motor and a multihued parachute that whisk flyers along on leisurely jaunts. Once in the air, pilots soar along closer to the ground than they would in an airplane, which gives them a more detailed view of the scenery below and the ability to distinguish a fresh buzz cut on a passing bird.
In the family-style dining room at LuBar & Bistro, chatter from an underground bar, full-service bar drifts up the stairs, hinting at hidden revelry. A stone-fired oven for pizzas spills warmth out across the open space, skilled hands craft Italian ice cream, and spoons click against pots of housemade barbecue sauce, dressings, and marinara. Servers cruise by, transporting sandwiches and gluten-free options down to the underground lounge, where neon darts in ghosts of blue and pink off of a forest of bottles and a gleaming marbled bar. Bartenders mix drinks, ice clicking to punctuate tunes on the jukebox and occasional live music. As patrons lower glasses full of suds from Sam Adams, Hoegaarden, and Smithwick’s, big-screen TVs show sporting events and a soon-to-arrive cadre of video games—including Golden Tee—promise digital thrills. On Saturday and Sunday mornings, a breakfast buffet beckons to early risers from 8 a.m. to noon.