The shelves of LifeWay Christian Stores brim with books, Bibles, and all manner of faith-based items to challenge minds and encourage souls. Customers can delve into books from a wide range of scribes, including a series of fictional fables by the New York Times bestseller Karen Kingsbury and the passionate, everyday theology of Crazy Love, penned by Francis Chan ($11.99). Beth Moore's James: Mercy Triumphs study bands women together to partake in deep discussion and to plan synchronized swim routines, and a plethora of Bibles in 10 translations includes study, children's, and gift Bibles, such as a faux leather pink-and-brown Zondervan ($16.99). In addition to finding Christmas gifts, customers can find stocking fillers for hard-to-please tots with a VeggieTales nativity, which allows kids to embrace the meaning of Christmas and use vegetables for something other than reenacting Star Wars battles on their plates ($22.99), and Willow Tree holy family figurines add serenity to December décor ($39.99). LifeWay Christian Stores are closed on Sundays.
Junk Warehouse's staff of bead wielders lines its walls with unique apparel and accouterments in a panoply of bold colors and styles. Animal-kingdom-inspired jewelry, such as animal-print pendants ($15) and zebra bracelets ($10) elevate one's pride status, and funky watches ($10–$20) keep time better than miniature drum corps. Embroidered headwear, such as a cross hat ($20), bedecks craniums for fashionably stealth bad hair days, and vibrant fabrics enrobe customers in flowing clothing choices, including a bold tube dress ($29.99) and an elegantly subtle cream number ($29.99). Crafters can also peruse a compendium of diverse jewelry beads, ideal for stringing across wrists or tripping up maladroit cat burglars.
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At Red & Black College Bookstore, shoppers can feed their university pride with a wide assortment of Texas Tech T-shirts, sweatshirts, ball caps, bumper stickers and tailgate paraphernalia, such as a Big Texas Spatula ($19.95) good for game day grilling or fending off swarms of low-flying bats. Other holiday gift ideas are available, many adorned with depictions of the Red Raider himself, engaged in his traditional behaviors of uprooting stop signs and hoarding Swedish Fish. In addition to school-centric wares, Red & Black has a large selection of Under Armour items, which can be used to wick moisture while engaging in sports or taking a stressful chemistry exam.
Seasoned musician Chad Russell and the troupe of instructors at Don?t Fret Guitar Studio approach guitar lessons with an easy hand, letting students follow their own musical path in styles such as classic rock, heavy metal, jazz, funk, and blues. In their guitar-strewn practice room, instructors host laid-back lessons for beginners and intermediate players and in-depth sessions in music theory for advanced students, earning enthusiastic reviews from clients both young and old. Stark, Stanton, and their instructors have a special affinity for particularly difficult music, relishing the challenges of blistering metal solos and hard-rock jams as indomitable as a speeding locomotive loaded with kryptonite.
Snippits! specializes in preserving memories with creative techniques, whether making custom memory quilts from beloved old clothes or using its massive collection of scrapbooking supplies. Stamps, punches, and stickers hold photos in place on sheets of custom-printed paper, and the store’s custom paper services can also be used to print letterhead, invitations, and stationery. Staff quilters incorporate old T-shirts, ties, heirloom handkerchiefs, and paid parking tickets into custom quilts that form a one-of-a-kind tableau of the past.