Short for "Helping Out Learning Youth," HOLY provides mobile tutoring services. They teach students how to think critically and achieve academic success in the comfort of their own home. A tutor travels to students and supports them in a variety of subjects including English, math, and chemistry, establishing connections between their studies and life experiences to help the lessons sink in.
Sisters Mawiyah and Jamila Shepard treat every item on the Libra's Desserts menu like a treasured family recipe, infusing it with real butter and a shared passion for baking. Along with cookies such as chocolate chip and oatmeal raisin, the signature rocky bar blends Ghirardelli’s chocolate, marshmallow, and caramel into a single crunchy fusion, while soul cakes sandwich cream cheese butter cream frosting between chocolate brownies much like the layer of ice cream hidden within the earth's crust.
Super Taco Mexican Restaurants serves a variety of south-of-the-border flavors, which is more than its name may imply. Within their menu, diners can find a variety of tortilla-shelled eats such as beef tostadas and chicken flautas, or seafood selections such as camarones rancheros. Dinner plates featuring rice, beans, and salad paired with fajitas, enchiladas, or chile verde bestow diners with a wealth of Mexican items in one sitting.
Fat Duck's Pizza hearkens back to the days when pizza parlors ruled the roost for family outings. It's a place where kids work off energy and sharpen their hand-eye coordination on video games, while grownups show off their pool-shark skills and knock back pitchers of beer. And all the while, the entire family savors piping-hot pizzas without the threat of animatronic bluegrass bands.
Fat Duck's Pizza satiates all the senses with their array of food and entertainment. Pizzas made from fresh dough and topped with real cheese and a multitude of meats and vegetables await the hungry hordes. Pies come in standard sizes, but Fat Duck's claim to fame is their mammoth Team pizza. Seemingly invented on a dare, the Team pizza spans 24 inches, comes in 36 slices, and blushes when you call it "tiny." The menu also features comfort-food favorites such as oven-baked sandwiches, spicy chicken wings, and barbecue ribs—all perfect finger foods for fans to eat as they watch sports on giant TVs or guzzle domestic and imported brews.
It's hard to think of a smoking accessory Tobacco Man doesn't carry. Inside humidifiers and cabinets rest both domestic and international cigars, from thin smokes to thick stogies. Beyond that you'll find hookah products and water pipes, cutters and lighters, and ashtrays that, unlike a dollhouse fireplace, hold ashes without catching fire. There are even electronic cigarettes and a make-your-own cigarette machine. Besides tobacco products, the store sells snacks, body jewelry, and other gifts.
Snap dragon Mark Cafiero is the owner and lead photographer of Cafiero Photographers, the founder and president of Family Tree Photographers, and an avid advocate of outdoor exploration. In addition to penning pieces for Rangefinder magazine and presenting at international photography conferences, Mark's also well versed in natural Colorado adventures. The small class size (25 students maximum) allows for a true hands-on experience. Choose from a variety of lens-friendly locations: downtown Denver, Washington Park, Pearl Street Mall, 300 yards beneath the earth's surface, or nearby sunrise hikes on some of the state's top trails. The classes offer instruction on subjects including framing and composition, portrait shooting, and use of natural light. Students will also learn about the anatomy and function of their cameras in a way that won't embarrass the camera.