Denby Holder brings two decades of hairstyling experience and a range of skills to Art n Style. He reveals clients' inner rock stars with mohawks and treats young kids to their first haircuts. Expertly fulfilling coloring requests, he can add dimension to hair with everything from classic golden highlights to camouflage locks for the avid hunteress.
Elizabeth Albright can't remember a time when she didn't want to style hair. She fondly recalls her own childhood haircuts, and how she looked forward to them like other kids might look forward to a trip to the carnival. Once she discovered that she could attend beauty school and high school simultaneously, she was off to the races.
Today, she works at Art-n-Style Salon & Gallery, a combination art gallery and hair studio. She approaches every head of hair as a new canvas, sculpting and smoothing out stylish new dos with shears and Matrix hair products. And she gets pretty encouraging feedback from her clients. As Elizabeth tells it, "I have had someone so pleased with her hair that she couldn't stop talking about how much she loved it. She said she could kiss me—and she did!"
Staff Size: 2–10 people
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular service: Highlight and cut
Brands Used: Redkin, Matrix, Mantra
Teresa King has honed her hairdressing skills?armed with shears, foil, and products such as Redkin and Big Sexy Hair?for almost 20 years. Over that time, she's developed particular expertise in the crafts of hair-coloring and highlights. Today, she applies her mastery of the techniques to create modern, flattering styles to complement each person's unique features. Whether hired to trim locks or simply shampoo hair, Teresa spends a portion of each appointment teaching her clients how to recreate their salon-fresh look on their own each morning, at least until the cat can be trusted with scissors.
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Staff Size: One person
Parking: Parking lot
Brands Used: Redken, Big Sexy Hair, Chi, Tigi
Rick Bilby, current co-owner of Weber's Superior Root Beer Stand and great-grandson of the restaurant's founder, still serves the same housemade hamburgers and all-natural root beer that brought the orange-and-black stand its original fame. Founder Oscar "Weber" Bilby holds a claim as the maker of America’s first hamburger in the late 19th century, and his original hand-built, well-seasoned grill lives on to cook the fresh ground-chuck patties that put Weber's among AskMen.com's Legendary Burger Joints. Classic root-beer floats wash down meals, their scoops of ice cream buoyed by housemade root beer brewed with 14 secret ingredients. Weber’s Brookside restaurant has sat in the same location since 1933, attracting diners with its vintage signage and holding them captive with delicious onion-ring manacles.
Daley’s sells rustically elegant furniture, clothing, home accessories, and jewelry for the urban cowgirl seeking a splash of rural sophistication. Set up a romantic, candlelit dinner with a loved one or recently rediscovered set of car keys with a half-dozen candles ($15+) set in iron candleholders ($12+). Lamps ($95+), picture frames ($20+), and books ($8+) boast the textured browns and muted bold colors of modern rustic design. Sofas can be custom ordered and, like Frankenstein, pieced together from the finest leather and cowhide to create a monstrously chic creation or adopted fully formed from The Jeff Zimmerman Collection ($1,600+). Once domiciles are decked out, visitors can adorn themselves with jewelry from Sweet Bird Studio, selections of Double D clothing, or a classy pair of Old Gringo boots ($440+) available in a variety of bucolic flavors.