Within Paint the Roses Tea House and Cafe, Tea-For-All approaches the ancient drink with a holistic and welcoming attitude. Staffers lead an array of tea classes, from exploratory history classes to specialized sessions on how to brew the best cup, understand the complex varietals of oolong, and custom blend tea during workshops. Tea-For-All also commissions unique blends from specialty tea-makers, and creates blends of its own, such as Tropical Mist green sencha tea and Cold Comfort with chamomile, peppermint, licorice, and lemon. They also make a variety called Labyrinth, a soothing blend of green tea and herbs that make it possible for you to get out of any maze without a lawn mower.
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Passage Theatre Company's stage plays host to new works that "testify to the resilience of the human spirit," as the theater's mission statement says. The Solo Flights series lets a series of one-man shows and small groups fill the month of March with expansive talent, from former foster child Rock Wilk's blend of tough-guy menace and comic vulnerability in Broke Wide Open to Punchkapow, a hyperphysical exploration of superhero fantasies. In late spring, Slippery as Sin gleefully spoofs the classic detective story by weaving in themes of political paranoia.
Though it's not literally constructed out of kebabs, Trenton Kebab House boasts a variety of the classic meat skewers inside its modest confines. Diners can belly up to lamb, chicken, and shrimp kebabs simmered in paprika and hot peppers, or taste-test gyros, falafel sandwiches, hummus, and stuffed grape leaves. These Mediterranean dishes share menu space with Indian cuisine in the form of samosas, vegetable curry, and tandoori chicken, alongside lunch and dinner specials that can take up to four diners and transform them into one clean-plate club.
Christine Donahue started her yogic practice at age 8, learning at the knee of her first mentor, her mother. She has since journeyed to India, been certified to teach by swamis, and been granted the honorary name Girija, which means daughter of the Himalayas. Throughout all her journeys, the main pillar of her yogic practice has always been community. Now, at her own Higher Power Yoga, she strives to tailor her teachings to suit the community that surrounds her. Christine invites both longtime and new practitioners to sample her variations on classic Vinyasa yoga, such as hot and spicy yoga and urban yoga, in which students reach for the skies in the skyscraper pose and just-reelected mayor pose.