The team behind beads etc. doesn't just sell a wide variety of beads?they teach their customers how to transform the baubles into jewelry through an array of classes. Some focus on simple tasks, such as how to make a single-strand necklace, while others cover more advanced techniques, like crocheting a beaded bracelet. To round out the selection, other classes teach techniques for making fused glass pendants and other bead-free jewelry.
Borsheims stocks jewelry, gifts, watches, and other products within its 62,500-square-foot treasure trove. Thwart money's escape attempts with a Swiss Army money clip, which includes a pocket knife, scissors, nail file, and microwave ($33), or decorate your throat with a sterling silver initial necklace, an 18" neck charm that features the letter E ($40). Berkshire Hathaway Diamond Edition monopoly spins an old favorite by letting players compete for Berkshire Hathaway holdings, such as Geico and Dairy Queen, while driving a custom pewter token around the board street ($18.69). The silver-plated Reed & Barton tortoise music box, a member of the children's music box collection, serenades anyone in range by blasting out a soothing rapcore cover of Brahms's "Lullaby" ($40). A variety of gifts under $50 are also available.
Patrons demonstrate support for sports teams with The Dugout's collection of MLB and NCAA caps and College World Series apparel and flaunt their school pride with Nebraska, Creighton, and Iowa team merchandise. Fans can outfit noggins with a Nebraska Cornhusker fitted cap ($19.99), which is equipped with a fly swatter to protect precious hotdogs at ballgames. A New York Yankees garment-washed visor ($19.95) shades brows in sunny stadiums, and a Husker car flag ($14.99) informs passing pedestrians of a driver's team preferences. A Florida Commodores 2011 College World Series Omaha T-shirt ($19.99) blankets torsos in the soft blend of cotton and team spirit.
For more than 26 years, the fitness experts at Push Pedal Pull have shared their knowledge with customers purchasing new and used muscle-pumping equipment. The staff happily equips exercisers with brawn-building devices for home, commercial, and hovercraft-based gyms, such as treadmills, ellipticals, and free weights from brands including Precor, Everlast, and Spri. Push Pedal Pull’s refurbished selection of used equipment from health clubs and commercial fitness facilities rotates regularly, stocking workout rooms for discounted prices. Manufacturer-certified equipment technicians repair malfunctioning equipment according to manufacturer standards and stock spare parts in the store to speed up repairs so customers can return to running, lifting, and astrally projecting as soon as possible.
The family-owned Thomcyns Formal Attire dapperly fits men of all ages and sizes in well-cut tuxedos from trusted brands. Twenty in-stock tuxedo styles await males planning to suit up for standing in weddings, impressing a prom date, or emceeing a professional wrestling match. Guys can complete their debonair appearance with a snappy coat, pressed pants, a white or ivory shirt, a black vest, and a black tie from lauded brands such as Oscar de la Renta, Perry Ellis, and After Six. Though not included in today's Groupon, patrons can slip toes into matching shoes ($15 extra) or choose from myriad vest colors ($15 extra) to match a date's dress, flatter skin tones, or reduce the visibility of Cheez Whiz spills.
Jerzes pairs its plentiful pours with simple, unpretentious bar fare replete with delicious house-made preparations. Warm up a stiff palate with a few pre-dinner stretches of dragon wings, which are 10 jumbo wings served au naturel or tossed with mild, hot, barbecue, Buff-a-Que, or Stupid Hot sauce ($7.75). Much to the delight of visiting herbivores and healthy eaters, an all-you-can-eat soup and salad bar ($6.50) delights a lighter appetite with fresh trimmings daily. Bread-and-meat specialists can partner tall, frosty drafts with hearty sandwiches and eight signature burgers, all served with hand-cut fries. The Big Party Burger is a monument to bovine splendor, its cow-meat patty swathed in shaved prime rib, melted provolone, and horsey sauce ($9.25), while the Patriots Ultimate BLT ($6.95) or the buffalo-style Chieftain Chicken sandwich ($7.25) are sure to please pundits of pork and poultry. Overeager eaters can unclog gullet pipes with one of six on-tap domestic and imported beers or a less-malty glass of wine.