Colon Care Center's proprietor, Rosie Machette, oversees the withdrawal of toxins from bodily systems via holistic treatments such as ion-charged foot baths, FAR infrared sauna sessions, and colon hydrotherapy. She also boosts her clients' health with massage therapy, nutrition counseling, and ear candling—all of which uphold
the old adage that "an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure," made famous by Ben Franklin and later appropriated by the oft-injured Wile E. Coyote.
Yarn Shop and More unspools a snuggly superabundance of fine yarns alongside an array of knitting and crocheting supplies, notions, books, and a lineup of technique-based classes. Embark on woolly adventures in tutorials such as Knitting 101—Knit and Purl or Knitting 102—Oops–Knitting Disaster, which teach the basics of casting on, knitting, purling, and repairing rookie mistakes with forgiving aplomb ($25 each). For hardy needle-wielders, private-session classes instill wisdom in realms such as the left-hand-focused Continental Knitting ($25) and Design Your Own Sweater ($30), where wool wearers can create their own pattern using Sweater Wizard software in place of an obsolete Rumpelstiltskin. Knitting students are required to bring their own supplies to all classes and may choose to cull them from the shop's well-stocked shelves of skeins that are arranged by color, weight, fiber, and zodiac sign.
Tasha Smith, the owner of Suite T Aesthetics, supplements her local client base with local celebrities, polishing the complexions of stars in independent films, the award-winning web series Unreal Housewives of Kansas City, and Orion's belt. When she's not on set, Smith works out of Suite T Aesthetics, a spa that specializes in waxes, custom facials, eyelash extensions, and makeup applications.
Eco-Pure Carpet Cleaning was founded to meet the demand for low-moisture carpet cleaning without a long drying process. To achieve this, technicians turn to a five-step process that removes dirt and debris from carpets by vacuuming, focusing on high traffic areas, and performing spot treatments. Alternately, Eco-Pure Carpet Cleaning?s hardwood and laminate cleaning process only has four steps: they get floors looking shiny and new with a vacuum, a deep clean, dry mop, and copolymer finish. The company also scrubs more than just floors, they're able to deep clean abodes using eco-friendly cleaning products.
Leaf-green canopies cover the front of Papa Kenos’ brick building, which attracts passersby with the smell of baking bread. Inside, panoramic wall photography ornaments exposed brick walls, and pizza-shaped hanging lights suggest the cheesy, oven-baked pies on the menu. At a booth or table, guests can grip a hearty Italian or Reuben sandwich, or consume specialty or custom pizzas by the pie or slice. After polishing off a final slice, guests can retreat to the pizzeria’s outdoor beer garden to take a sip of their favorite brew or collect clippings from a tree of flowering lagers.
For 70 years, Winstead’s has garnered a myriad of accolades and praise for its scrumptious hamburgers and other drive-in eats. Poke through the menu to find the joint’s signature Double Winstead steakburger, grilled with U.S. Choice Steak and topped with all the sloppy-tasty fixings––mustard, ketchup, pickle, and onion ($3.35). The Fifty-Fifty puts hot and crisp french fries and crunchy onion rings side by side in the most delicious peace pact since ketchup and mustard ended their hot-dog feud ($2.19). Scarf a chili cheese dog ($2.79) or grilled-cheese sandwich ($2.05), and then focus on Winstead’s old-fashioned desserts. Creamy milk shakes and malts ($2.45–$4.55) immerse taste buds in flavors such as chocolate, vanilla, strawberry, banana, and butterscotch, and Winstead’s beloved skyscraper shake ($7.25) packs enough iced delight to quench the thirsts of four people or one André the Giant. Other desserts include a root-beer float ($2.45) and apple-dumpling à la mode ($4.60).