With more than 11 years of cross-country dance experience, Almas Del Ritmo Dance Company LLC's artistic director and certified Zumba instructor Carmen Guynn promotes cultural awareness during a range of Latin and Afro-Caribbean dance classes, including Zumba, salsa, and bachata. The dance haven derives its name from the Spanish words for soul and rhythm, which Guynn hopes will inspire her students to summon their inner selves on the dance floor without toting along heavy x-ray machines. In addition, the studio donates money to charities such as International Crisis Aid, Feed the City, and the Ronald McDonald House.
Bakers Shoes carries a wide variety of women’s footwear, but its focus is always on keeping one foot fashion-forward. Styles in the online store’s collection include everything from dress boots and peep-toed shoes to casual flats, platform sandals, and sneakers. Each category contains dozens of colors, heights, and sizes so customers can find what they need, whether it's the right shade to match a new dress or just the right mass for chucking at a basketball lodged in a hoop.
• For $63, new members get a two-month household metro membership plus joining fee (a $252 total value). • For $42, new members get a two-month adult metro membership plus joining fee (a $166 total value). • For $15, current members get $30 toward a class or program.
At ALIVE Bride 2014, engaged couples peruse St. Louis' wedding offerings, browsing displays from local photographers, florists, and luxury event venues. The event, which highlights more than 30 merchants total, is hosted by ALIVE Magazine, a St. Louis lifestyle magazine focused on culture, fashion, and nightlife.
Photos taken in a booth probably don't need to look as quality as portraits taken in a studio—but don't tell STL Fun Photobooth that. Each of their expandable booths comes equipped with photography lighting that illuminates subjects evenly. The 18-megapixel camera snaps high-definition shots or records video, and a photo printer reels off studio-grade prints. Guests use a 21.5-inch touchscreen to edit specifics of the shoot, such as opting for black-and-white prints.
With a name that shouts confidence, We Do That!!! dispatches a multifaceted staff to homes and offices to tackle a plethora of personal, business, and household jobs. Bonded and insured handymen and cleaning crews scour surfaces and spruce up abodes, and decorating experts organize closets and contrive interior-design plans. Business professionals can assist with invoices, data entry, and website development, and a specialized squad of errand runners picks up prescriptions and walks dogs to their ballet lessons.