Wireless Wizard, an AT&T-authorized dealer, peddles cell phones and accessories alongside a slew of wireless plans. Flip phones, smartphones, touch phones, and Blackberrys comprise a diverse stock of newfangled walkie-talkies, such as the Pantech Crossover smartphone ($29.99 with two-year plan; $399.99 without) or the Samsung A197 ($39.99), a GoPhone saddled with $15 worth of prepaid minutes. Garnish phones with accessories such as a car charger ($29.99) or a Blackberry gel cover ($19.99), which protects backs of phones from dings and bee stings in bright colors and styles. Customers can commit to long-term wireless communication with an individual, family, or data plan, or commit to non-commitment with a pay-as-you-go plan.
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Molto Bella's Sherry lavished lackluster limbs with her line of jewelry for nine years before unveiling a boutique that reflects her affinity for foreign destinations with a hodgepodge of eclectic items from international designers. Entrepreneurial caterpillars travel the Silk Road to deliver multifarious accents, such as the Archipelago Excursion Collection glass jar candles ($19.50 each) and Medusa's Heirlooms hair accessories (starting at $10). Marshal makeup in a Spartina bag (starting at $7.50) or aerate stuffy abodes with an Aspen Bay candle (starting at $5). Corral a cheerful staff member to help you mull over glass-encased options before reaping a complimentary gift wrap and delivery. Sherry's flexible return policy, private shopping sessions, and active community involvement foster a faith in patrons that transcends allergies to designer labels acquired after years of street-side purse purchases.
Purple Dragonfly bedecks fashionistas in stylish sandals and affordable jewelry. Show off refined taste and radiocarpal circularity with a Chamilia bracelet in pink-champagne metallic leather ($30)—which can be adorned with myriad Chamilia beads, such as the kid-sized red glitter heart ($20) or aqua Murano glass jewel ($35). Magnetic Happeez Clippers can be used to garnish refrigerators with A+ papers and tease robots with "reboot me" signs ($6.99), and SwitchFlops by Lindsay Phillips adorn trotters with interchangeable straps ($12) and snaps ($12) for sandals ($24–$54), flats, and wedges ($59–$64).
Ocean waves swirl steps from The Beach Bucket's umbrella-littered patio, where white tables groan beneath fried-shrimp baskets and plates of burgers, sandwiches, and salads. Blenders churn frozen libations to the pulse of weekly live music performances, and mixologists also stir sea-inspired drinks such as shipwreck, bay breeze, and water on the rocks. Personable staff and a selection of 28 bottled beers leave sippers grinning as broadly as the exultant shark on The Beach Bucket's souvenir T-shirts.
Adrenaline Sports Management corrals runners in an array of races to benefit several area charities, such as Back on My Feet and Fathers Helping Fathers. Each course winds its way through historic neighborhoods, lush lakefront paths, or energizing vistas, and most reward the top overall male and female finishers as well as the top-three runners in each category with medals or celebratory eye patches. Costume contests ramp up competition in the Halloween and Santa Hustles, with top prizes going to best individual costume, best group costume, or most-authentic centaur lookalike. At the many after-parties, finish-liners can revel in après-race accolades from family, friends, and shoulder-perched cherubs.