Tots & Teapots celebrates early childhood style with an array of designer togs for tykes and expectant moms. A Kicky Pants peacock shirt-and-pant set ($42.99) adorably swathes toddlers, and the Biscotti I Love You dress ($64.99) allows budding fashionistas to turn the heads of playmates and parents at snack time. Moms-to-be who want to look both fashionable and fertile can garb their baby-toting bods in an Everly Grey maternity dress ($58.99). Bambinos eager to display their new attire can burble commands to be carried home on your shoulders, where all the world can see their stylishness and tremble.
No one should be too intimidated to exercise. That's the core philosophy at The Yoga Center. Since opening its doors in 1993, the studio has created an accepting environment where students can pursue the physical, mental, and spiritual benefits of yoga at their own pace. To help accommodate this range of skill levels and interests, the instructors lead an eclectic assortment of classes, including four or six-week beginners courses that teach breathing exercises, meditative techniques, and 12 fundamental asanas—as well as intermediate and advanced sessions that introduce deeper poses and discussion of yogic philosophies. Flow yoga ensures a more dynamic practice by creating seamless transitions between asana sequences, and alignment yoga classes adopt a slower pace, asking students to monitor each stretch's precise orientation as they bend their bodies into a perfect Möbius strip.
Dennis Jones uses his photographic talents to capture the ineffable, striving to take photographs that are as unique as the people in them. To that end, he lets his clients choose the shoot location that best represents them, whether it’s at home, by a tranquil creek, or inside an enlarged replica of a kangaroo’s pouch. He and his crew specialize in portrait and wedding photography, which they offer in packages that include prints, digital images, and the sitting fee.
The combination of superb organizational skills and raw talent in the dry cleaning arts makes One Hour Martinizing stand out among competitors in the industry. The franchise staff has earned a reputation among clients over the past 20 years for providing efficient service to people eager to get the crispest, cleanest clothing and get on with their day. One Hour Martinizing scours out the stains in-house, using the recommended environmentally safe process to achieve optimal cleanliness, and has most items ready for pick up within one day. In addition to clothing, the store offers cleaning services for homewares like curtains and bedding, with the most expensive item on their price list a king-size comforter cleaning at $25. They can also tackle the tricky materials of leather and suede, also offering clothing alterations.
With thousands of frame-and-mat combinations, Deck the Walls can satisfy any and all framing fantasies. The expert framespeople can make diplomas radiate ($100+), personalized jerseys glisten ($300+), and man-cave movie posters sparkle (many 24"x36" pieces are less than $100). The design wizards can also find a home for any prized possession, such as shoebox photos, baby booties, ticket stubs, medals, and really good pot roasts. Deck the Walls' no-hassle guarantee and assurance that all work is done on-site means frameables won't be subject to mistreatment at underground commercial framing facilities.