Flavors such as lemon mint, blueberry muffin, white gummi bear, and prickly pear float across palates in puffs at Sapphire Hooka. The Sapphire staff hook up hookah enthusiasts with flavorful shisha and equipment to bring them to states of heightened relaxation. Guests are invited to settle in for extended smoking sessions or to stop by to browse the wide selection of products and take the experience home.
Just Windows has been creating clear, pristine views of backyards and city streets for more than two decades. The company's dedicated teams wash windows in 5,000 homes and 300 buildings every year, spritzing and shining away dust and dirt from windowpanes, tracks, and frames. But don't be fooled by the name—while window cleaning may be Just Window's specialty, the crew can also clean out gutters, pressure wash home exteriors, or even remove debris from construction projects.
Each year, the creative team behind Dead Time Dreams Attractions fills its disturbing setting with elaborate plots suitable for the silver screen. Far from sitting passively, audiences step into the scene beset by a cast of horrifying creatures. Before entering one of the immersive attractions, The Meat Factory or The Church, guests pass through the preshow Midway of Terror attraction. In the Meat Factory, terrornauts stumble through a maze of wending dead-ends festooned with meat hooks and body parts, behind which hungry creatures lurk. In the Church, visitors tour an apocalyptic wasteland populated by undead carnivores and toys that have a little bit of battery life in them.
Digital technology is at most people's fingertips, but clients leave Nugen Nail Painting with it on their fingertips. Nugen's technicians use digital nail-art technology to decorate nails with thousands of different designs, from romantic floral motifs to whimsical stars or kittens. Once the art is applied, a coat of clear gel polish helps keep the manicure intact in a manner more convenient than wearing boxing gloves every time you want to text.
Here are the sounds you'll hear at a typical marathon: huff, puff, wheeze, snort, repeat. Here are the sounds you'll hear at the Hit and Run 5K: sploosh, boing, splat, whoopee, and other onomatopoeias that haven't yet been invented. Less like a race and more like running through a living cartoon, the Hit and Run 5K's obstacle course of inflatable onslaughts has been known to "make ninjas cry."
Dodging, ducking, leaping, and balancing across a wet-and-rubbery battlefield, contestants face formidable foes such as the giant spinning balls of the Duck or Dive, the unreliable puffy poles of the Wobble Walk, the flying wet menaces at the Whacking Wall, and the Bouncy Bridge, which is kind of like London's Tower Bridge if it were any fun. All contestants receive their own spiffy T-shirts and matching headbands?a fetching ensemble that instantly deflates roving dodge balls?along with a hearty packet of deals from the race's sponsors.
Weak bodies are whittled into lean, muscular fighting machines as instructors at American Kickboxing Academy (AKA) teach the martial arts styles used for UFC competition, self-defense, and overall conditioning. Men, women, and kids train in the company of students such as professional fighter Cain Velasquez and instructor Daniel Cormier, a former Olympian. AKA splits its MMA, jujitsu, and muay thai kickboxing classes among four facilities, with group-training sessions and private professional sessions taking place in modern training studios with heavy bags, speed bags, and Olympic-grade mats. The Hillside location also features a professional-size ring for sparring or marriage-proposal practice, and the two-story AKA headquarters on Realm Avenue highlights an MMA cage, TRX suspension room, and cardio theater stocked with StairMasters and Jacobs Ladder machines.