Constructed in 1926 and renovated in 2005, the Arcada Theatre maintains the age-old ambiance and modern amenities necessary to host the Charlie Chaplin Film Festival, an ode to the iconic film star. Chaplin, beloved vaudeville comedian and revolutionary in the field of statement-making mustaches, made more than 80 flicks between 1918 and 1958, several of which will be projected over the weekend. The silver-screened selections revolve around classics such as The Great Dictator, a satire penned by Chaplin about Nazi Germany, and Modern Times, the story of a man daunted by industrialism's confusing machinery and strict ban on colors other than black and white. Festival attendees can pair nostalgic sights with sips of wine, beer, or well cocktails from the theater's bar.
Studio 3 Productions documents and enhances weddings with an arsenal of services that includes photography, videography, DJing, and lighting. A team of photographers and videographers carefully documents each wedding-day tradition, from the exchange of rings to the firing of the flower girl out of a cannon, producing keepsakes that range from simple scrapbooks to high-tech films replete with montages and other special effects. Meanwhile, the company’s LED lighting can add pizzazz to receptions, with curious customers able to view a small-scale simulation in advance at the studio.
Alternatively, portrait sessions at Studio 3’s studio or on location capture authentic flashes of subjects’ personalities as they pose solo, with loved ones, or with pets. After shoots, the studio’s framing services accent prints, equipping subjects with a high-quality wall decoration to replace their collection of unpaid parking tickets.
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Designer furniture collections from Kravet, Barclay Butera, and local artists mingle with accessories selected and imported from Europe, India, and Asia in Simitree's showroom. A chorus of colors and patterns inspired by international travel help lift homes' spirits after a recent breakup with the garage, adding accents of chipper turquoise or sassy zebra print. Antique Indian wood serving trays ($295–$345) and Asian ginger jars ($199–$399) make sideboards leap to life, while a wide array of wall art ($35–$500) helps newly installed wall safes sink into the shadows. A design-loving staff connects customers with coffee tables ($1,295–$3,500), floor lamps ($695–$1,295), and regal rugs ($495–$1,500) to suit all styles. While not covered by this Groupon, delivery ($50–$250) can be arranged if needed.