Vintage Paintball Park?s speckled outdoor arena unfurls ten different fields, including the Thunderdome, where players aged 10 and older engage in colorful combat under the watchful eye of trained referees ensuring safety. Amid the paintball crossfire, sharpshooters weave in and out of a variety of obstacles situated around urban landscapes, wooded courses with pillboxes and trenches, hilly terrain, and moms yelling to come inside for supper. The park hosts myriad battle scenarios that keep guests entertained throughout the day or for the duration of season passes. Private paintball lessons help players improve shooting accuracy before releasing them into the line of fire during Saturday and Sunday afternoon open play. An onsite concession stand replenishes body fuel with snacks and drinks so that players can jump back into games with the energy of a superhero bit by Ben Franklin.
Craving finger food? Head to Frog and Peach Pub and chow down on classic pub fare.
Health nuts will love Frog and Peach Pub for its gluten-free and low-fat menu options.
Toast your evening out at Frog and Peach Pub with a glass of beer or wine from their lengthy drink list.
Time to cheers to another week in the can at Frog and Peach Pub.
Dine out in the open during Frog and Peach Pub's summer season when patio tables are available for use.
Frog and Peach Pub also features live music and dancing.
The noise at the restaurant can be positively thunderous, so save intimate conversations for another night.
If crowds aren't your thing, it's best to visit Frog and Peach Pub during the slower weekday hours.
Diners who appreciate a no-frills environment come to Frog and Peach Pub in jeans and a hoodie.
Love the food so much you want to serve it at your next soiree? No problem — Frog and Peach Pub offers catering.
Park on the street for easy access to name.
Store your bike at one of the many racks outside of Frog and Peach Pub.
For a night out with great food that won't break the budget, head to Frog and Peach Pub.
Success as a child actor depends almost as much on parents' managerial knowhow as it does on a kid's acting skills. During three-day weekend excursions at The Acting
Camp?held at the more than 300-acre El Capitan Canyon?aspiring performers and their guardians develop their respective roles in each
youngster's career. Under
the tutelage of John D'Aquino ? a veteran of hits like Seinfeld and Hannah
Montana ? kids refine techniques such as auditioning on camera and improvising.
These sessions culminate in
prepared scenes that groups of campers perform for casting directors, agents,
and managers from networks like Nickelodeon and the CW. Beforehand,
these insiders as well as parents of working child actors meet with parents
to discuss the business end of
the entertainment industry, where money and Beanie Babies exchange hands at a
rapid rate. Amid all these
career-focused activities, The Acting Camp leaves plenty of time for families
to relax and bond with fellow attendees.
Every Thursday, Comedy Hideaway ushers in a lineup of HBO- and Comedy Central-anointed performers, its stage still echoing with the bygone riffs of such national acts as Zach Galifianakis and Whitney Cummings. The club's founder, Andrey Belikov, often hosts and performs at the evening's revues, spinning impressions of his Ukrainian father and detailing his foibles in American society. Between sets, guests avail themselves of a menu of Italian fare, sip laugh-loosening drinks, and stand in line for autographs from nationally touring microphone stands.
Family owned and operated since 1923, Metropolitan Theatres unspools blockbuster and art-house independent films at 19 locations in the U.S. and Canada using superior film presentation and digital sound systems. Theatre concession stands dole Coca-Cola products and detonate kernels of popcorn to fill bellies and share with encroaching Godzillas. Snacks in hand, customers sink into seats inside conventional or stadium-style theatres to laugh, gasp, and grimace at star-studded titles, such as The Grey, War Horse, or Hugo. Independent films such as The Artist and The Descendants appease creative tastes.
State Street Ballet's lithe dancers gracefully pirouette to classical masterpieces during performances modernized with special effects and digital technology. The season's first show, Starry Night, celebrates Vincent van Gogh's art in a multimedia performance that juxtaposes art, music, theater, dance, and text from the post-Impressionist's recovered Twitter feeds. Choreographed by celebrated dancesmith William Soleau, the ballet aims to mimic the flow of oil paint across a canvas through dancers’ movement as videos project a backdrop of collaged paintings and letters. The surfaces of the recently renovated Granada Theatre are also draped with art, from Moorish-inspired geometric patterns on the golden walls to decorative niches imbued with Old World grandeur.