The Homes for the Holidays program eases the financial strain of furnishing a new home by supplying basic necessities, including furniture, appliances, and pantry items. Fully stocked pantries come complete with dry and frozen foods, meats, bakery items, produce, dairy items, paper products, and classic holiday dishes. By helping to allay the costs of basic necessities, the program helps increase parents' discretionary income for other expenses such as afterschool care and doctor's visits, and gives families a foundation of nutritious foods to help them establish healthful eating habits.
The stylists at Eco Beauty Salon Spa cultivate natural beauty by using natural products—those made by Aveda, to be precise. Each of the company's haircare, skincare, and cosmetic formulas are made with plant- and flower-derived ingredients, and at least 89% of those ingredients hail from organic sources. These natural products elevate every one of the salon's treatments, from the essential-oil scalp massages that begin each cut and style to the slate of facials that rebalance complexions using customized masks and essential oils. Meanwhile, a happy hour menu available from 11–2 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday includes brow, lip, and face waxing packages, hair cuts and colors, and makeup touch ups.
Illuminated by scores of flat-screen TVs, Buckhead Saloon roars with high-energy crowds hungry for burgers, brews, and music. Amid its spacious, wood-planked interior and sprawling outdoor patio, Buckhead revelers tip back beers while sampling an assortment of scrumptious menu items. Nosh on tasty taco varieties that include chicken ($9), beef ($10), and grilled or blackened tilapia tacos ($11), all adorned in warm flour tortillas and served with lettuce, tomatoes, onions, and pico de gallo. The rockin' BBQ burger topped with barbecue sauce, cheddar cheese, and onion rings is perfect for snacking on during a sweaty one-handed drum solo ($9). Buckhead's weekend showcases of live music regularly spark impromptu dance parties, just like a dentist’s waiting room with a newly installed disco ball.
How many times have you wound up to whack a golf ball only to completely miss because your rotational mobility isn't up to par? If you answered "often," get today's Groupon, a 50-minute one-on-one Pilates or GYROTONIC session from CORE for $37 (51% off a $75 value). While most people think about Pilates in the broader sense of improved fitness and flexibility, CORE knows that both Pilates and GYROTONIC can be applied to improve your golf game; GYROTONIC improves the range of motion in your swing and Pilates helps improve balance and strengthen core muscles.
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During the 45-minute video consultation, a Georgia Billiard Academy instructor leads students as young as six years old through fundamentals and drills while recording the students’ motions from three angles, gauging their skill level, and offering criticism. One-on-one training sessions, where instruction is based on the data gathered from the consultation, include drills and tips that will help students earn street cred in streets where cred is solely based on being good at pool. While GBA's Saturday morning appointments are reserved for junior players, those older than 13 can schedule appointments from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday–Friday and until 6 p.m. on Saturdays.
Maestro Arkady Burdan began his fencing career in Europe. There, he earned prestigious distinctions, including the USSR Master of Sports and Honored Coach of the Ukrainian Republic, after coaching the winners of more than 40 gold medals in international competition. After opening Nellya Fencing in 1990, Burdan has trained his students—as well as U.S. Olympians at the Beijing and Athens games—in the traditional discipline of the Russian saber. The maestro was recently named Elite Coach of the Year and inducted into the US Fencing Hall of Fame for his ability to spear all five Olympic rings with a single thrust.
Every fencer at Nellya begins their training with extensive footwork and bladework, sharpening discipline and focus while learning the rigorous technique of the Russian saber. As they gain strength and point control, they will also learn to deflect attacks and plot strategies that will help them compete in national and intergalactic arenas. In the past, students have gone on to become collegiate fencers, and five have represented both their school and country in the Olympics, including three-time medalist Sada Jacobson.