The primary goal of the husband-and-wife team behind Brannon Family Chiropractic is simple: to eliminate pain. Their expert treatments and adjustments are designed to ease the sort of spinal discomfort that can adversely affect quality of life, even when the pain isn't necessarily severe. After opening their first location, known as Eastland Chiropractic, the pair added the Brannon location in 2009, the better to meet their goal of subduing the region's aches one vertebra at a time. Today, Brannon Family Chiropractic is also home to the Serenity Massage Center—a tranquil space where licensed massage therapists work to release knots in backs, necks, shoulders, and Gordian shoelaces.
Amidst the vivid walls of SweetMango, colorful ribbons of low-fat and fat-free premium frozen yogurt twist into simple cups. Visitors can customizing yogurt at the toppings bar, which hosts a rotating array of fresh-cut fruits, bobas, graham crackers, or hot fudge. To celebrate the perpetually changing seasons, the SweetMango crew frequently whips up festive flavors, holiday-inspired treats, and lickable clocks.
No one gets to be a kid more than once, but thanks to Re-Kid, the same pair of pint-sized jeans can delight more than one chid. The store specializes in re-selling kids' clothing, with styles that run the gamut form baby onesies to size 14 fashions. Their basics, such as Nike sneakers and Gap tees, complement Matilda Jane dresses and other outfits for special occasions, such as pre-school prom dresses. Meanwhile, the assortment of re-sold gear includes Carter sleepers for napping tots, along with assorted toys, books, and kid-friendly videos.
Boasting more than 60 years of history, Howard Curry Shoes continues to fit the feet of central Kentucky residents with some of the industry's top brands, which today includes New Balance, Clarks, Merrell, and Allen Edmonds, among others. The business is especially well versed in children's footwear, stocking infant through youth sizes and providing custom fittings when necessary. At its entrance, Howard Curry Shoes employs the famous Talking Tree, who has greeted shoe shoppers and used his roots for several generations.
Lexington s only historic boutique hotel the Gratz Park Inn exemplifies the southern grace and charm for which Lexington is known. Nestled in the heart of downtown s historic district located only 2 blocks from Main Street the inn is part of the collection of 16 distinctive buildings occupying land first settled in 1781. Gratz Park is surrounded by fabulous restaurants Lexington s best fashion boutiques great antique shops historical landmarks as well as nightlife and live entertainment at the Lexington Opera House or Kentucky Theatre. Lexington s two universities Kentucky and Transylvania are both conveniently located only blocks away. The countless treasures from horse farms race tracks and bourbon distilleries a short distance away only further the experience at the Gratz Park Inn. The boutique inn has been restored to its original grace with a collection of many antiques and fine period reproductions recreating authentic character of timeless age. The inn is comprised of 41 beautifully appointed individually decorated luxurious rooms including 33 rooms and 8 suites. Spacious and pleasing each room is filled with antique reproduction furniture fine woods and rich fabrics and regionally produced art. Each room also features modern amenities such as high speed wireless internet and cable television on large flat screen televisions. The amenities are truly among the best from the European toiletries and luxurious bathrobes to the four post beds and fine linens.
The Lexington Herald-Leader rushes local and world news to a daily readership of more than 200,000 people, a number that swells to more than 300,000 for the newspaper's Sunday edition. Delivered by a reliable carrier or a trained carrier pigeon, the _Herald-Leader_’s print edition speeds to readers seven days a week, and its online edition at Kentucky.com is updated constantly. Reporters keep subscribers up to date on local high-school and college sports, business news, important world events, and happenings at entertainment hotspots. Sunday papers also unfold pages of well-argued social and political opinions, along with the Pulitzer Prize–winning work of editorial cartoonist Joel Pett.