• For $25, you get a 300-level rear seat on the north end of the stadium (the end furthest from the stage) (a $25 value before fees, or up to a $40.95 value online, including all Ticketmaster fees). • For $35, you get a 300-level seat on the east or west side of the stadium (a $35 value before fees, or up to a $51.20 value online, including all Ticketmaster fees).
Vinyl Smiths understands that some people just want to fill their homes with sparkling ocean waters, fire breathing dragons, and football players. Maybe not actual animals and saltwater, but at least sleek vinyl images of them. Their wall decals can transform empty walls into colorful artwork and add playful accents to children's rooms. Each decal is made in the United States and adheres to surfaces without the use of permanent glues or nails. When even more detail is needed, their photo-realistic fabric wall murals blanket bare walls with such images as a sandy beach or a brilliant sunset. The decoration manufacturer can also turn customers' images into gallery pieces with their canvas wrapping service.
The all-female staff at Milagros, who proudly believe in “long, hot baths” and high-quality ingredients, routinely handcraft half-pound bars of Sister Agnes soap from glycerin, a natural humectant that deftly draws moisture and magnets to the skin. Their selection of soaps evokes innumerable essences, from the intoxicating musk of a wine cellar to the homespun nostalgia of the linen closet. The friendly instructors happily impart their squeaky-clean art to budding soapsmiths, teaching them to create with a variety of shapes, colors, and scents during 90-minute classes.
At Color Me Mine, experts in clay decoration put paintbrushes and pottery in the mitts of customers old and young, guiding them through the process of creation. Pairs of painters peruse the studio's more than 400 ceramics including plates, bowls, and figurines resembling animals or Vincent van Gogh's easel. Each budding Pollock then selects one item and slathers an unlimited supply of paint on their chosen pieces, flexing creative muscles with provided materials and various painting techniques, such as stamping, sponging, and splattering. When each work of art is completed, staff members glaze and fire the masterpieces, and customers can pick up their creations five to seven days later. Music and natural-wood furniture foster a relaxing environment in Color Me Mine's studio, which is peppered with finished pieces created by past customers and sentient pottery wheels.
Jud Randall of Hyde Park Massage became a licensed massage therapist in 2005. Though he has received training in a number of modalities, his specialty is using deep tissue and reflexology massage to help relieve pain in backs, shoulders, and dorsal fins. Jud also practices Reiki, which encourages healing by balancing the body's energy flow.