When dusk falls, the opening credits roll at Randall Drive-In Theatre. Families and family pets pull into parking spots, rain or shine, to enjoy double or triple features of current blockbusters. The films play Friday through Sunday, and a single ticket, which is free for kids younger than 5, grants patrons admission to the entire double or triple feature.
Film buffs across six states stare wide-eyed at large cinema screens, losing themselves in first-run Hollywood movies and the smell of fresh, buttery kernels within Your Neighborhood Theatre's 17 locations. Though all theaters prioritize comfortable seating, old-fashioned friendly service, and high-stakes preshow trivia slideshows, each location encompasses its own distinct charm, be it through arthouse décor, 3-D screens, or Rhode Island's vintage 1950's drive-in setting.
Exercisers cycle sans speed bumps on the CPS 9200 indoor cycle. Adjustable tension settings for the 29-pound flywheel allow riders to stand and pedal to simulate an uphill grind or sit low and lean forward to break the speed of scent. The low-impact, portable cardio machine helps hearts pump healthily with adjustable degrees of difficulty and speed. An adjustable seat accommodates peddlers of different heights, and hands remain firmly gripped to no-slip handlebars. Convenient hydration is afforded by an attached holder ideal for water bottles and pickle jars. Explore a full list of the CPS 9200's specifications by clicking here.
The pop-punk pranksters of Bowling for Soup make fun music, funny music, and nothing in between. With their millions-selling catalog of irascible pop nuggets, Bowling for Soup proves why the class clown always gets the girl. Since the goofball quartet broke out of Texas onto the international scene in the mid '90s, they've collected a loyal fan base with their knack for infectious hooks. Best known for hits such as the Grammy-nominated “Girl All the Bad Guys Want” and “1985," the human Alfred E. Neumans continue to fuel invisible pogo sticks with their recent efforts Sorry for Partyin’ and Fishin’ for Woos.
Saratoga Savoy Center of Dance's cabinet of instructors teaches hip-swinging classes in a variety of styles to partner-less dancers and matched sets of all levels and ages. Fox trot, waltz, and rumba through comprehensive ballroom lessons, or perfect the lindy hop in swing classes, wherein students learn a bombastic club-style dance executed to rockabilly, big-band, and jazz music. Club Latin, set to salacious tunes, teaches hips to keep time during the salsa, merengue, and bachata, without getting legs as tangled as the heartstrings of a newly single fourth grader. Bodies bump to newfangled urban beats in fast-paced hip-hop classes, or learn to maintain balance and connection with a partner in the Argentine tango.
As the Miami Herald recently reported, when Boston String Quartet violinist Angel Valchinov met with a group of young orchestra students, he had one major piece of advice: "When you solo, play loud. Like, break some strings, OK?" His bold attitude infuses the work of the Quartet, which has reached far beyond the boundaries of the standard string repertoire to bring together the jazz-saturated Turtle Island Quartet, Glee vocalist Jeanette Olsson, Emmy-winning film composer Lanny Meyers, and the 12-nation musical melting pot of the Xibus World Orchestra on a single stage.